Faculty, Staff and Students Present Research at EDUCAUSE Conference

Jefferson’s Andrew Hart, Michael Finnell, Danielle Schipps and Kimberly Tanz presented on the use of virtual reality technologies in architecture instruction and critiques.

Jefferson’s Andrew Hart, Michael Finnell, Danielle Schipps and Kimberly Tanz presented on the use of virtual reality technologies in architecture instruction and critiques.

Faculty, staff and students from Jefferson (Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University) – East Falls Campus presented their research at the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference in Philadelphia earlier this month.

The event hosted some 8,000 professionals and technology providers from around the world to network, share ideas and discover solutions to today’s challenges in tech-assisted teaching and learning.

Jefferson projects presented include:

Using the Technology Tools You Have to Create Community in Your Courses
Sherri Place, Director of Instructional Design and Academic Technology, Jefferson
Jeff Klemens, Assistant Professor of Biology and Nardiello-Flick Term Chair in Biology and Design, Jefferson
Jeff Ashley, Director of the Center for Teaching Innovation and Nexus Learning, Jefferson

The Use of Virtual Reality Technologies in Architecture Instruction and Critiques
Michael Finnell, Director of Technical Support Services, Jefferson
Andrew Hart, Assistant Professor of Architecture, Jefferson
Danielle Schipps, Architecture Student, Jefferson
Kimberly Tanz, MS in Geospatial Technology for Geodesign Student, Jefferson

Developing Active Learning Spaces: Perspectives from West Chester University and Jefferson (Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University)
Jeff Ashley, Director of the Center for Teaching Innovation and Nexus Learning, Jefferson
Jeff Cepull, VP for Information Resources, Jefferson
Dikran Kassabian, VP and CIO, West Chester University
JT Singh, Deputy CIO, West Chester University

Leadership Issues for Higher Ed CIOs
Jeff Cepull, VP for Information Resources, Jefferson

Teaching Design Curriculum Online
Jeff Cepull, VP for Information Resources, Jefferson
Rob Fryer, Associate Professor of MS in Sustainable Design, Jefferson

Challenges and Benefits of a Cloud-Based ERP for Smaller Institutions, 2017
Jeff Cepull, VP for Information Resources, Jefferson
Mark Nestor, Associate Provost and CIO, University of the Sciences
Rashmi Radhakrishnan, CIO, Albright College

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