CURRENT ISSUE: Video-based media in higher education
Volume 2: Issue 1 (April 2018)
- Faculty Spotlight: Mary Gould, Ph.D., Digital Storytelling
- Tech Trends: James Fortney, M.A., Using Flipgrid to Support Transformative Learning
- ID Corner: Christopher Grabau, Ph.D., Video-Based Media in Teaching and Learning
- Resources: Literature Review on Video-Based Media
7th Annual Learning Studio Symposium
Reinert Center's 7th Annual Learning Studio Symposium will take place on April 20 from 2:30-4:00 p.m. in Des Peres Hall 213. Past and current Innovative Teaching Fellows will share their perspectives and experiences about teaching in the Learning Studio, a state-of-the-art teaching space designed by a team of faculty and students as part of the Herman Miller Learning Spaces Research Program.
For more information on the Learning Studio, click here.
Presenting Center Innovative Teaching Fellows will include:
- Katie Devany, M.S., Instructor and Director of the Hospitality Management program in the School for Professional Studies, will describe the course design process and future implications of teaching an introductory entrepreneurship course in the learning studio.
- Pascale Perraudin, Ph.D., Associate Professor of French in the Languages, Literature, and Cultures department, will address some of the challenges related to redesigning an existing course. She will talk about her course FREN 4180 French and International Relations, and how she revisited her integration of a Global Simulation project in her class.
Light refreshments will follow the symposium in the Learning Studio
Additional information on each presenter can be found on our Innovative Teaching Fellows page [LINK].
Technology for Teaching
Technology for Teaching is a semi-annual publication from the Instructional Developer team in Saint Louis University's Reinert Center. Each issue will explore innovative ways technology might be used in teaching.