AOE Project ACCESS: STEMM Education Research Collaborative – Innovations in Digital Education Panel
March 4 @ 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Join panelists from across STEMM and education research disciplines to learn about best practices in digital education, from using technology to enhance in-person courses to building interactive assignments on platforms to virtual and hybrid course designs. Interested in how to evaluate the use of your platforms to assess student engagement or performance in the course? Wondering how technology can help your students to attain your designated learning objectives? Join us to learn more about the many ways education can benefit from incorporating technology in our course design.
- Matt Bernacki, School of Education, on digital teaching innovations and especially research methods to asses interaction and effectiveness of platform usage with student learning outcomes from an education perspective.
- Kathryn Morbitzer, School of Pharmacy, on cutting-edge practices in digital teaching strategies and research methods in education from a pharmaceutical sciences perspective, including the use of generative AI.
- Marissa Stewart, Center for Faculty Excellence, on teaching with technology in STEMM, best practices in course design using technology with backward course design, and implementation on UNC platforms (e.g., Canvas).