Rodríguez-Mourelo, Torres, Murillo - Spanish eLearning Modules
Dr. Belén Rodríguez-Mourelo, Dr. Rosario Torres, and Dr. Edwin Murillo partnered with the CLT team to design and develop a library of custom online learning modules to support Spanish students at multiple levels.
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Dr. Tami Mysliwiec: Designing and Developing a Hybrid Course
Dr. Tami Mysliwiec partnered with the Center for Learning & Teaching to transform her Biochemistry course. Mysliwiec received a Teaching & Learning Innovation Grant made possible by the CLT and the Office of Academic Affairs.
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Helen Hartman - Instructional Videos for Kinesiology 017
Helen Hartman, Senior Lecturer in Kinesiology at Penn State Berks, worked with the college's Center for Learning & Teaching to design and develop a series of instructional videos to enhance her Ballroom Dancing class.
View video of the Kinesiology 017 project »
Dr. Jackie Caporin - A Hybrid Approach to Human Anatomy
Through a Teaching & Learning Innovation Grant, Dr. Jackie Caporin partnered with the Center for Learning & Teaching to design and develop a hybrid version of BIO 129 which incorporates online resources as well as a multimedia-based classroom project. View video about Dr. Caporin's project »
Dr. Janet Winter - Hybrid Statistics
In collaboration with the Center for Learning & Teaching, Dr. Janet Winter developed a hybrid statistics course.
Video about Dr. Winter's project »
Dr. Winter's presentation to Berks faculty at 2012 Celebrating Teaching Colloquium »
Teaching & Learning Innovation Grant Recipients
From hybrid course development, to the creation of custom web-based resources, to employing the latest Web 2.0 tools, we help instructors identify instructional approaches and employ educational technologies that align with learning goals and objectives. Read faculty reports »
Dr. Kira Baker-Doyle: Transform a Course through Social Learning
Dr. Baker-Doyle (former faculty at Penn State Berks) used advanced features of the learning management system, discussion forums, blogs, and online assignments in her language arts and literacy course. View video of Dr. Baker-Doyle's project »