The 2022 Provost's Teaching With Technology DELTA Symposium will be held in Homewood's Hodson Hall on Thursday, May 5. The full program features a keynote address and book signing by Sarah Stein Greenberg of the Stanford d.school, a full slate of breakout sessions, and exhibits of DELTA-funded projects.
The breakout sessions will feature talks from faculty, staff, and student presenters. Topics range from instructional animation tools and clinical simulation to augmented reality and universal design for learning.
Registration is free and open to everyone who is curious about creative and innovative approaches to teaching and learning. Registration is now open.
8:30–9 a.m. Check-in, light breakfast, DELTA grantee exhibits
9–9:15 a.m. Opening remarks by Provost Sunil Kumar
9:15–10:15 a.m. Keynote address by Sarah Stein Greenberg, executive director of Stanford University d.school and author of Creative Acts for Curious People
10:15–10:45 a.m. Break, DELTA grantee exhibits, and book signing
10:45–11:30 a.m. Concurrent sessions I:
Utilizing the Procreate App to Create Animations to Enhance Student Learning and Pedagogy—Ewa Harazinska and Sunita Thyagarajan, Department of Chemistry, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences
Modeling and Simulation for Human and System Performance Diagnosis: Exploring, Analyzing, and Understanding the Intersection of Humans, Data, and Technology Across the Health Professions—Geoffrey T. Miller, Department of Emergency Medicine, and Michael A. Rosen, Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, School of Medicine
Quest2Learn: A Gamification and Augmented Reality Approach to Advance Education—Chinat Yu and Siddharth Ananth, Department of Computer Science, Whiting School of Engineering; Rahul Swaminathan, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Whiting School of Engineering; Jeffery Ji Zhou, Department of Biophysics, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences; and advisers Eric Johnson, Department of Biology, and Jamie Young, Department of Chemistry, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences
University Migration From Blackboard to Canvas—Brian Cole and Mary Talalay, Center for Teaching Excellence and Innovation; and Hilda Rizzo-Busack, IT@JH
11:30–11:45 a.m. Break and DELTA grantee exhibits
11:45 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Concurrent sessions II:
UDL at JHU: Driving Institutional Change—Amy Brusini, Center for Teaching Excellence and Innovation; Celine Greene, Center for Teaching and Learning, Bloomberg School of Public Health; Lindsay Ledebur, Office of Online Education, School of Medicine; and Donna Schnupp, Instructional Design Team, School of Education
Statistics That "Stick:" Customizable Interactive Online Tools for Teaching Data Analysis Across the Sciences—Jeff Bowen, Psychological and Brain Sciences, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences
The Impact of High-Quality Multimedia on Instruction—Joseph Perkins, Justin Joseph, Maritza McMillian, Shawn Wilson, and Jaclyn Winkler, Instructional Resource Center, Advanced Academic Programs, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences
Development and Evaluation of Open-Access Educational Media for Medical Trainees Studying MRI Physics—Erin Gomez, Department of Radiology, and Jeff Day, Department of Art as Applied to Medicine, School of Medicine; and Christopher Devers, School of Education
12:30 p.m. Grab-and-go lunch