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2020 AT&T Faculty

Faculty and Staff Award Competition in Instructional Technology

Responding to the growing use of online technologies for instruction at Michigan State University, Information Technology holds an annual awards program, generously funded by AT&T, to both recognize and encourage best practices in the use of technology to enhance teaching and learning.

Candace Robertson & Bill Marsland

Best Fully Online - CEP 833

“CEP 833 provides a highly-applicable entry point for educators to explore the intersection of computer science and creativity while expanding their perspectives on social awareness and responsibility at the intersection.”

Candace Robertson & Bill Marsland

Michael W. Everett

Best Blended - CSUS 423

"This course is important to current practicing educators as a way for them to learn educational techniques in Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Education (AFNRE) in an online setting with in-person application teaching."

Michael W Everett

Joe Grimm & Dr. Lucinda Davenport

Best Enhanced - JRN 300

"Our objective is to educate journalists to use data to see whether their interviews include a representative cross-section of the communities they cover."


Brittany Dillman

Honorable Mention - CEP 810

"This course provides a foundation of educational technology and how teachers should and could view technology as it relates to education."


Judith Whipple

Honorable Mention - SCM 870

"The MS-SCM program opens so many career opportunities for the students, and it is great to know I played a role in helping a student achieve an education/career goal."


Ryan Sweeder & Rachel Barnard

Honorable Mention - LB 171

"LB 171 uses technology components to engage students in high-quality studying techniques that have been shown to lead to increased learning."