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Thursday Breakout Session #3 – 2:00-3:00 PM
Using Canvas to Conduct Online Science Labs – State Room
(Listed previously in the Cedar Room)

* First listed presenter.  Many sessions have multiple presenters.

Table 1 – Program and Schedule Grid

Presentation Title

Presenter *

Institution

Time in the Federated Wiki: Portfolio Potential From The Happenings Alyson Indrunas Everett Community College
What The Adjunct Afford: Free Professional Learning Using a Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) Alyson Indrunas Everett Community College
Enterprise Surveys for End of Course Evaluations: Increasing Returns and Reducing Frustrations Whitney Boswell City University of Seattle
Using Canvas to Conduct Online Science Labs Stephanie Diemel Shoreline Community College
The Dynamic Duo: When Faculty and IDs Design! Ian Tippets Lewis-Clark State College
Code in a PreK-8 Classroom Liane Rae Cathedral School
Team-Centered, Student-Organized Learning Environments Mark Gaither Lower Columbia College
Designing in the Global Trenches Maria Erb University of Portland
Teach ‘Em to Fish: Creating an online instructor resource course for faculty self-training Delayna Breckon Central Washington University
Leveraging LMS Assessment Tools in a Comprehensive Approach to Student Outcome Assessment Erin Noseworthy City University of Seattle
If You Can be Replaced by an LMS or a Robot, You Should Be Lisa Chamberlin Walla Walla Community College
The Productivity Paradox Elayne Kuletz Western Oregon University
eLearning Super Heroes Tweet Conferences: Learn How To Earn Your Cape Lisa Chamberlin Walla Walla Community College
E-Learning Accessibility: What Does an Instructor Need to Know? Sheryl Burgstahler University of Washington
The many faces of social presence: How context and power shapes experiences of presence in the online classroom Colin Stapp Chemeketa Community College
Reframing Classroom Observations as an Opportunity for Personalized Professional Development Carey Schroyer Edmonds Community College
Using Intstagram Across Culture and Country to Promote Ecoliteracy and Multimodal Composition Skills Kevin Smith Chemeketa Community College
Accessibility 911! Amy Rovner Shoreline Community College
Creating Cross-Disciplinary Dialogue about Developing Online and Blended Courses in Faculty Development Workshops Andrew Blick Western Washington University
The Sounds of Grading Amber Lemiere Lower Columbia College
Hacker Librarian meets Curious Faculty: Building Workflows in a Multi-discipline Open Education Project Leah Hannaford Centralia College
Gamifying Canvas: How to engage Gen Z online students with gamified instructional design Jeff Iannone Everett Community College
Accessibility Standards in Course Design Sage Freeman Chemeketa Community College
Microsoft Office is Accessible! Debra Padden Tacoma Community College
Culturally Responsive Technology and Teaching Marc Lentini Highline College
Introduction to Federated Wiki Workshop Michael Caulfield Washington State University
Collecting Fragments: New Narrative Forms and Interdisciplinary Teaching Approaches Katherine Olson University of Phoenix
More Than a Bandage: K-12 Health & Science Information Resources for Librarians, Teachers, Staff, Students & Parents Carolyn Martin National Network of Libraries of Medicine Pacific Northwest Region (NN/LM PNR)
Providing Streaming Video for Online Students – Challenges and Solutions Laurie Shuster Pierce College
Size Just Doesn’t Matter: Micro-level Strategies that Have a Big Impact Deborah Moore Highline College
Putting Your Money Where Your Mouth Is:   Supporting Faculty Innovation in Ed Tech Beth Hale Chemeketa Community College
Captioning Workflows, version 0.5a Marc Lentini Highline College
This is how we video it: Creating, finding, and implementing videos in f2f, online, and hybrid classes Kim Read Concordia University Portland
Online Proctoring and FERPA: Safeguarding Student Data and Privacy Dave Dutra ProctorU
OER and Information Access: Breaking Barriers and Engaging Students in the Information Conversation Cayce Van Horn Auburn University Libraries
Pwning Pedagogy: Digital Teaching in a Digital Age Rolin Moe Seattle Pacific University
Engaging Students in Getting Help GwenEllyn Anderson Chemeketa Community College
A unique story of Canvas adoption inspired by OER Creation Darlene Rompogren Tacoma Community College
You’ve got a friend in me: collaborating to bring library resources into the online classroom Mary-Michelle Moore University of California, Irvine
OER/CC /Subject TBA Cable Green Creative Commons
Flipping the Classroom on a Budget Elizabeth Pearce Linn- Benton Community College
Go Paperless In Your eLearning Paul Tannahill Linn- Benton Community College
Using Student Video for Performance-Based Assessment Patrick McEachern Community Colleges of Spokane