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Documentation of Leadership


Book Contract with ISTE:

Integrating Digital Video in the Classroom to Meet Content Standards: Students and Teachers as Media Developers for the Read/Write/Edit Web

AKA Harnessing the Power of Youtube in the Classroom


Instructional Technology Workshops for Faculty for Fall 2008 - 2009

   October Break Workshop Series (Each of these was a 90 minute workshop I led over October Break)

Wiki Workshop

Video Workshop

Image Workshop

The Portable Presenter

          Podcasting in the Classroom


Instructional Technology Grant Consultations with Faculty

I consulted with the faculty listed below regarding technology needs for teaching and research. These grants were applications for Frances Fergusson Technology funds, which exist to support developmental needs for technology in teaching and research. I have included the titles of the grants only. Nearly all of these grants were approved.

Judith Nichols, English Department - Faces of Change: Images of Immigrant Women (Flip camera & Flickr)

Kathy Kurosman and Barbra Durniak, Reference Desk - Using Screencasts to Create Library Tutorials

Tracey Holland , Education Dept. - Flip Camera for an Oral History Project

Paul Kane, English Dept. - Digital Recorder for Classes & Archives

Colette Cann, Education Dept. - Analyzing video data

Colette Cann, Education Dept. - Geo-tagging Poughkeepsie


Innovative Assignments Talk

(mp3 ultra-short sound bite)


Events Featuring Instructional Technology

All of these events included Academic Computing Services. Some included the Learning and Teaching Center and Reference Desk. I volunteered to take the lead for event planning for ACS this year. I also acted as a liaison between ACS, LTC and Reference.


Innovative Assignments

Learning and Teaching Center, October 10
Panel of professors sharing their successful experiences with alternatives to Term papers and Final Exams 

Featured Technologies include iMovie, Voicethread, and Wikis

YouTube plugin error


Interwrite Pad Demonstration:  Media Cloisters

Thursday November 13th, Luncheon Event - Product Demo

Informal group of Faculty, Classroom Committee, Librarians, and Instructional Technologists


Innovative Assignments II: Project Evaluation

Evening Dinner Event  - Scheduled for Thursday, December 11th, 2008

Panel of Faculty discussin the assessment of projects.


Instructional Technology Workshops for Classes Fall 2008

I either led and/or coordinated these workshops for classes. Most workshops included consultations with faculty where we developed instructional design in accordance with the learning goals of the course.

Wiki workshop for Sarita Gregory and the DCCAN project

Final Cut Pro Workshop for the Approaches to Media Studies

Wiki Workshop for Heather White's Bodies and Texts

iMovie Workshop for Intermediate Spanish Filmmaking Project

Second Life Workshop for Approaches to Media Studies

Second Life Workshop for Heather White's Women's Studies

Second Life Workshop for Bodies and Texts

Voicethread Digital Storytellling Workshops for Intermediate French

Audacity Workshops for Russian and Approaches

Academic Poster Workshop for Women's Studies




I edited a video for the Library: New Student Orientation Video

I collaborated with Maria Hoehn (Director of Faculty Research) in planning for their creation of an international archive for an NEH Grant re-write for a Civil Rights Project, including constructing an .xml template.

Interactive Touchscreen exhibit for special Collections, Helped with Owens Exhibit Web Site

DSC03214 by you.


Professional Development:

IT Manager's Workshop Series (Full Details)

I participated in three days of professional development training (spaced out over several months) orgnized by NERCOMP. The focus was on skills and

strategies needed  by early-stage leaders in order to succeed. The program focused on the practical knowledge and skills needed to succeed in management and leadership in higher education. The topics covered were interpersonal communication skills; budget and finance; managing time and priorities; project management; managing up; and performance management. It was a very strategic use of my time and an excellent networking opportunity.







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