Campus Technology 2009 Poster Sessions

Poster sessions are held on Tuesday and Wednesday from 2:00 - 3:00 in the Exhibit Hall.

Welcome to the 2009 CT Conference Online Community!

New this year, the Campus Technology conference offers a Wiki where you can view or share relevant materials with conference attendees or post or read blogs on topics of interest to the conference community.

To access the Wiki, log in via the community page at:

Conference Attendees: Your username will be in the format of <email address> Remember to use the same email address you used when registering for the conference.

Conference Presenters: Your username will be in the format of <first initial of first name><last name> -- for example, Susan E. Jones would be: sjones

Your password will be set initially to <changeme> so you can log in easily with the option of changing your own password for the most security (you can use the “Change Password” link on your personal space any time after you log in).

The Wiki is available immediately to the entire conference community, including all presenters, workshop leaders, and attendees, with more limited access for the general public. Content will be added, both by session presenters and attendees, up to, during, and after the event so be sure to visit the Wiki often to take advantage of this dynamic resource. 

Tuesday, July 28, 2009, 2:00 - 3:00 PM

If you Build it, They will Come

Joseph Brennan, Director of Media and Classroom Services, Pomona College

Collaboration + Business Intelligence = Strategic Engagement

Bill Campman, Vice President for Information Technology and William Law, President, Tallahassee Community College

The Connected Lab

Jessica Caron, Instructional Technology Specialist, Destin Heilman, Instructor, Michael Buckholt, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Allison Hunter, Laboratory Instructor, Jill Rulfs, Associate Professor, and Jim Monaco, Instructional Media Specialist, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) 101

Jaime Chambron, General Manager, SunGard Higher Education

Enhancing Online Courses: A Next Generation Digital Video Repository

Cameron Cox, Vice President, INTELECOM

Student Attitudes Toward Lecture Capture

James Craig, Professor, University of Maryland Dental School

Tech Tools and Tactics to Master Advancement Data Quality

Deb Cunningham, Assistant Vice President of Advancement, University of Connecticut and Jake Tabor, Senior Technical Solutions Consultant, Experian QAS

Successfully Developing a Candid Co-managed Services Partnership

Yvonne Flood, Associate Vice President, Metropolitan State College of Denver and Camille Fangue, Operations Manager, MSCIS

Fostering an Active Learning Environment Through Technology

David Gannon, Associate Director of Academic Computing  and Enoch Park, Instructional Support Specialist, Bryant University

Today’s Educational Paradigm and Next Generation Technologies

Kristin Greene, Marketing Manager, Desire2Learn

Laptop Lockdown: Securing College Laptops

Dave Hawks, Education Business Development Manager, Absolute Software and Stan Gatewood, Chief of Information Security for the Board of Regents, University System of Georgia

The Advancement of Learning Models in Virtual Education

Dawn Iwamoto, Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs, University of Phoenix

WordPress...Not Just for Bloggers Anymore!

Andrea Jones, Project Manager/Senior Instructor, Bentley University

Blended Learning and the Time Space Continuum

Bill Knapp, Coordinator of Instructional Technology and Meegan Lillis, Instructional Technologist, Ferris State University

Lecture Capture at Suffolk University

Praneeth Machettira, Director of the Office of Technology Management, Sawyer Business School of Suffolk University

Open Courseware at UMass Boston: A Case Study

Eileen McMahon, Senior Instructional Designer, University of Massachusetts Boston

Bridging the Technology Gap: Providing Effective Training and Support

Meredith Perkins, Training Resource Coordinator and James Pearce, Digital Media Coordinator, Fashion Institute of Technology

Moving Past Lecture Orientation in Technology Classroom Design

Matthew Silverman, Learning Space System Design Engineer, George Mason University

Student Acceptance, Usage and Satisfaction of eBook Formats

Blair Smith, Dean, University of Phoenix

Exploring Virtual Reality in the Context of Medical Education

Marc Stephens, Multimedia Designer, University of Michigan Medical School

Giving Your Students Voice

Mark Timbrook, Instructional Design and Classroom Technologies, Minot State University


Wednesday, July 29, 2009, 2:00 - 3:00 PM

The Psychology of Self: What do Avatars Represent?

Hap Aziz, Director, Rasmussen College 

Learning, Networking and Career Development in a Virtual Environment

Doug Baruchin, Director or Operations, Hofstra University

Roadmapping for SOA

Jaime Chambron, General Manager, SunGard Higher Education

Clickers in the Classroom? How to Improve Rollout and Engage Students at Your Institution

Zane Coleman, Biology Faculty, University of Massachusetts Amherst and Marquis Walsh, Instructional Development Center, University of New Hampshire

Using Internet Radio as an Educational and Advancement Tool

Rick Dearborn, Director of Internet Radio, Principia College

Just in Time Wiki

Erin DeSilva, Jessica Caron, Instructional Technology Specialists, and Jim Monaco, Instructional Media Specialist, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

New Technology and Applications for Improved Networking Services

Andrew Gallo, Senior Information Systems Engineer, George Washington University

Web Streaming: The Essential Techniques for Reaching Your Audience

Bob Hillhouse, Director of Engineering Services, University of Tennessee

Online Course Evaluations: What, How, When and Why?

Brian Hopewell, Director of Business Development, Academic Management Systems

Vista: A Panoramic View from a Team Perspective

Andrea Jones, Project Manager/Senior Instructor and Jonathan Everett, Director of IT Client Services, Bentley University

Reaching Diverse Learners Through Universal Design

Gianna Durso-Finley, Professor of Sociology, Mercer College

Learning Through Advanced Internet Technologies

Anne-Marie Lerner, Professor, University of Wisconsin

Innovative Course Delivery: An Online Learning Case Study

Heather Lloyd, Product Manager, Pearson Education

Managing Change and Culture

Lara Martin, Systems Analyst, Lynn University

The Anatomy of a Course Designed Like a Video Game

Eileen McMahon, Senior Instructional Designer, University of Massachusetts Boston

Creating a Virtual Desktop Solution for Secure Access to Information

Keith Rajecki, Solutions Architect, Sun Microsystems, Inc.

Web-based Learning: Embrace Technology, Empower Yourself

Pia Roper, Manager, Technology Help Desk, Philadelphia University

AV/IT Trends in Learning Spaces

Matthew Silverman, Learning Space System Design Engineer, George Mason University

The Use of Web 2.0 and Integrated Technologies in Distance Education

Kristen Sosulski, Academic Director/Master Teacher of Communication, New York University and Ali Jafari, Professor of Computer and Information Technology, Indiana University

BFF via ePortfolios: Social Networking and the Academic Library

Brook Stowe, Coordinator of Instruction and Zhonghong Wang, Coordinator of Technology and Information Services, Long Island University

Using Portals to Centralize Web 2.0 Applications for Communal Learning

James Varn, Director, Faculty Development, Mississippi Valley State University

Web 2.0 for Spanish Culture, Collaboration and Communication

Andres Villagra, Associate Professor, Pace University


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