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iPad Project

In the fall of 2011, the Office of the Provost provided funding for an iPad pilot project.  Three faculty members had the opportunity to distribute a number of iPads to their students to use throughout the initial semester.  As of Fall 2013, a total of 20 faculty have participated in this project.

Each semester, faculty may apply to participate in this project.  The CTLT will email faculty each semester to inform them of how and when to apply to participate in this project.  Participants in this project are asked to provide a formal presentation to all faculty the following semester.

Below is a video of the most current presentations describing how these faculty integrated iPads into their classrooms. Archived presentations from previous semesters are located at the right.

Fall 2014

Several instructors participated in the iPad Project in the fall of 2014.  They presented their findings in April 2015.  Below is the title of their presentation and a few apps that they implemented in their classes.

  • Dan Zurek “iPads in Principles I Course” (apps: Zotero, Endnote)
  • Jamie McDaniel “Using iPads in Document Design & Digital Literacies” (apps: iMovie, Garage Band)
  • Denise Bertoncino “iPads in IND 315: Studio I (apps: Trace, Paper, Sketchboard Pro)
  • Karl Kunkel “Flipping the Classroom” (apps: Canvas, Voice memos, Garage bands, Nearpod, Dropbox, Good Reader, Speed Grader, Safari)
  • Neil Snow “Use of iPads with BIOTA of North America in Plant Taxonomy “ (BIOL 548)
  • Cheryl Giefer “Incorporating iPad Clinical Site Visits in a Family Nurse Practitioner Program in a Regional University Located in a Rural Community”
  • Cynthia Huffman “iPad Pilot Project Report for Applied Algebra MATH 863”