Papers & Presentations
- Outside the Box: Situating Learning Experiences Outside of the Classroom with Mobile Devices, a presentation at the 2013 Teaching and Learning Symposium.
John Martin - DoIT Academic Technology, Mary Hark - Human Ecology, Tim Frandy - Folkore, Catherine Middlecamp - Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, Integrated Liberal Studies, Travis Blomberg - Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, Phil Grupe, PA - Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, Angela Richardson - Art, TJ Kalaitzidis - Education
- Virtual Research Trips in Livestock Production: Learning Circle, a presentation at the 2013 Teaching and Learning Symposium.
Jess Reed and Angelina Smith - Animal Sciences, Alan Barnicle and Emmanuel Contreras - Transform Teaching Through Technology
- Case ScenarioBuilder & The UW-Madison School of Business: An Analysis of Potential Use (pdf)
This document describes the Case ScenarioBuilder tool, explains how it is currently being used on campus, and summarizes a survey recently conducted with the UW-Madison School of Business.
- Designing and Using an On-line Game to Teach Engineering , a paper presented at the 39th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, October 18 – 21, 2009, San Antonio, TX.
- Interactive Evolution Modules Promote Conceptual Change
An article in Evolution: Education and Outreach on Connecting Concepts' impact on learning.
- Podcasting: A Stepping Stone to Pedagogical Innovation
An article in EDUCAUSE Quarterly on the podcasting program.
- Enabling Micro-Collaboration between Expert and IDD Team (.pdf)
Jon Aleckson's research explores Engage staff expertise: view the presentation
- DTL Conference Paper 2008
A paper written about the Engage Software Tools.
- Flipped Classroom publications
A. Anderson and M. Litzkow, "Making Multi-Media Web-Based Lectures Accessible: Experiences, Problems, and Solutions", chapter contribution to book Universal Design in Higher Education: From Principles to Practice, editors Cheryl E. Burgstahler and Rebecca C. Cory, May 2008.
G. Moses, D. Deppeler, and M. Litzkow, "Work in Progress – Web-based Learning for Introductory Computer Science Course", Frontiers in Education (FIE), Milwaukee, WI, October 2007.
G. Moses, M. Litzkow, et. al., "Effective Teaching with Technology", Frontiers in Education (FIE), San Diego, CA, October 2006.
M. Litzkow, A. Anderson, "Adding Accessible Self-assessment Exercises to Web-based Lectures", Conference on Technology and Persons With Disabilities (CSUN), Los Angeles, CA March 2006.
M. Litzkow and G. Moses, "Accessible Self Assessment in the eTEACH Learning Tool", Frontiers in Education (FIE), Indianapolis, IN, October 2005.
G. Moses and M. Litzkow, "In-class Active Learning and Frequent Assessment: Reform of Nuclear Reactor Theory Course", Frontiers in Education (FIE), Indianapolis, IN, October 2005. (winner best paper award)
M. Litzkow, A. Anderson, C. Bundy, "Making Multi-media Web-based Lectures Accessible: Experiences, Problems, and Solutions", Conference on Technology and Persons With Disabilities (CSUN), Los Angeles, CA, March 2004.
G.A. Moses, M. Litzkow, J. Foertsch, and J. Strikwerda, "eTEACH—A Proven Learning Technology for Education Reform", Frontiers in Education (FIE), Boston, MA, November 2002.
J. Foertsch, G. Moses, J. Strikwerda, and M. Litzkow, "Reversing the Lecture/Homework Paradigm Using eTEACH Web-based Streaming Video Software", Journal of Engineering Education (July 2002).
G.A. Moses, J. Strikwerda, M. Litzkow, "Creating a Learner-centered Student Experience Using Web-based Streaming Video", TechEd 2001, Ontario, CA, March 21, 2001.
G.A. Moses and M. Litzkow, "eTEACH - Lecturing on the Web With Video and Coordinated Media", TechEd 2000, Chicago, IL, October 19, 2000.