'Showcase' Touts Technology's Successful Use in Service of Students
Faculty & Staff
Six members of Penn College's faculty/staff who embrace technology to enhance their engagement with students recently shared their success stories with co-workers at an Instructional Technology Showcase. Held in Madigan Library, the afternoon event provided three informative presentations: Nursing instructors Terri A. Stone and Christine B. Kavanagh, joined by Sandra L. Richmond, director of nursing, discussed "P.L.A.T.O. Intelligent Agents Identify Students at Risk;" Susan Slamka, assistant professor of human services/psychology, and James R. Dougherty III, assistant director, classroom technology and A/V services, offered "One Button Studio: One Click to Video Production Is a Success for Human Services Students;" and Kim E. Shipman, coordinator of instructional technology and technology training, explained "Using Doseri to Engage Students in the Classroom."