Engaging Students with Transliteracy, Teaching and Technology
7:30am-8:15 Registration
Location: Campus Center Balcony
Continental Breakfast available in the Ballroom
March 16, 2012
 University at Albany
8:30 - 9:30 Opening Remarks & Welcome:
 Mary Casserly, Dean & Director of University at Albany Libraries          
Keynote Speaker: Trudi Jacobson "MetaLiteracy: Emphasizing the Role of Learning"             
Location: Campus Center Ballroom 
9:45-12:00 Morning Workshop
Location: University Library B48
Intentional Technology for Effective Teaching and Learning
Presenters: Kim Davies Hoffman (SUNY Geneseo), Michelle Costello (SUNY Geneseo),
Michael V. Daly (Fulton-Montgomery Community College) and Michael Youngs (Fulton-Montgomery Community College)
Track A 9:45-10:45am  

Session 1A
Assembly Hall
Information Literacy and Team-Based Learning: The Student Perspective
Moderator: Trudi Jacobson (University at Albany)
Presenters:  Daina Migdel, Karimah Askew-Hicks and Leslie Mortland (University at Albany)
Session 2A
Campus Center 375
Preparing Students for a Future of Working with the Past: Using Omeka to Teach History Students How to Create Online Exhibits
Presenters:  Virginia Connell  (Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota), Lisa Sjoberg (Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota) & Dr. Joy Lintelman (Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota)

Session 3A
 Terrace Lounge
Teaching, Technology, & Transliteracy: How to Engage High School Students When Access to Social Networking & Web 2.0 Tools is Blocked
Presenters: Melissa Meyer,  Stephanie Cook and JP Watson (Westside Christian School)
Track B 11:00-12:00   

Session 1B
Location: Assembly Hal
Mobile Information Literacy: Let’s use an app for that!
Presenter: Stefanie Havelka (Lehman College) and Alevtina Verbovetskaya (New York City College of Technology (NYCCT))

Session 2B
 Campus Center 375
Creating Curiosity in Criminal Justice: Promoting Transliteracy Through Problem-Based Learning
Presenters: Melissa Langridge (Niagara University) and Ellie Jones (Northern Kentucky University)

Session 3B
Location:  Terrace Lounge
Voicethread and Transliteracy In The French Language Classroom
Presenter: Joshua M. Blaylock (Brown University)
12:15-1:15 Lunch
Location: Campus Center Ballroom

1:30-3:45 Afternoon Workshop
Location: Institute for Teaching, Learning and Academic Leadership, LI-B69
Team-Based Learning for Information Science
Presenters:  Bill Roberson, Greg Bobish, Daryl Bullis, Irina Holden, Allison Hosier, &  Trudi Jacobson (SUNY Albany)
Part One: Getting Started with Team-Based Learning
                                             Part Two: Applying Team-Based Learning in the Classroom—Examples and Cases

Track C 1:30 pm - 2:30pm  

Session 1C
 Terrace Lounge
Reflecting on How and Why to Teach 21st Century Literacies: Using GoogleDocs and WordPress to Support Aspiring Teachers’ Development of TPACK
Presenters:  Andrea Stiefvater (Morrisville State College)

Session 2C
 Assembly Hall
Visualizing Research: Teaching Visual Learners
Presenter: Ellen Petraits (Rhode Island School of Design)

 Session 3C
Location: Campus Center 375
Working the Cloud: Meeting the Needs of a New Generation of Learners
Presenters: Dr. Kjersti VanSlyke-Briggs, Julie Koster, Chereith Vincent , Danielle Mathews (SUNY Oneonta)

Track D 2:45 - 3:45  

Session 1D
Location:  Assembly Hall
Building a Participatory Classroom Culture Through Digital Storytelling
Presenter:  Michael Hurley (Allegheny College) and Ishita Sinha-Roy (Allegheny College)
Session 2D
Terrace Lounge
Collaborative Computer Security Class
Presenters:  Dr. Dan Plante and Bill Penney (Stetson University)

Session 3D
Campus Center 375
Math is Not a Spectator Sport: The Importance of Technological Engagement to Increased Remedial Mathematics Performance

Alice Welt Cunningham, Ph.D., J.D.,
Olen Dias, Ph.D., Assistant Professor,  Nieves Angulo, Associate Professor ( Hostos Community College, City University of New York)

4:00 - 4:30
Closing remarks (Panel Discussion)
Location: Campus Center Ballroom
We will gather again at the end of the day for a panel discussion involving our keynote, Trudi Jacobson and a select few presenters from our conference.