Papers & Presentations

  • Outside the Box: Situating Learning Experiences Outside of the Classroom with Mobile Devices, a presentation at the .
    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
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  • 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
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  • 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.