Provost's Teaching with Technology DELTA Symposium 2020

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The Digital Education & Learning Technology Acceleration (DELTA) program supports, encourages, and highlights ongoing experimentation to enhance the teaching and learning enterprise at Johns Hopkins University.

Organized in collaboration with the Center for Educational Resources, the symposium will highlight the projects that were funded by the Digital Education and Learning Technology Acceleration (DELTA) grants and will also feature presentations and a poster session. The keynote address will be delivered by Bryan Alexander of Georgetown University. Dr. Alexander is an internationally known futurist, researcher, writer, speaker, consultant, and teacher, working in the field of how technology transforms education. His latest book, Academia Next: The Futures of Higher Education, was published in January 2020 by Johns Hopkins University Press.

We look forward to provoking conversation, fostering emerging networks, and inspiring the next wave of creative thinking about teaching with learning technology.


SYMPOSIUM SCHEDULE & SESSIONS

(Zoom access links will be emailed to registrants the day prior to the start of the symposium)


8:30 - 9:00 AM EDT| PRE-SYMPOSIUM CHECK-IN (OPTIONAL)

Virtual Registration Table: Information & Technical Support (Available 8:30 - 3:30 PM EDT)

This room is not necessary to join, but is available to test your Zoom connection or request help throughout the day with symposium support staff.


9:00 - 10:15 AM EDT | OPENING SESSION/KEYNOTE ADDRESS

The Next University: Academia After Pandemic

Following opening remarks from Provost Sunil Kumar, Dr. Bryan Alexander will present his keynote address. Dr. Alexander is an internationally known futurist, researcher, writer, speaker, consultant, and teacher, working in the field of how technology transforms education. His latest book, Academia Next: The Futures of Higher Education, was published in January 2020 by Johns Hopkins University Press.


10:30 - 11:15 AM EDT | SESSION I

  • Building a Global-Local Connection: Developing a Framework for Online Service-Learning; Presented by 2019 DELTA grantees Mindi Levin, Gundula Bosch and R. Tyler Derreth

  • Data Science for A.I. in Healthcare: An Online Course; Presented by 2019 DELTA grantees Satyanarayana Vedula, Anand Malpani, Gregory Hager, Mathias Unberath and Brian Caffo

  • The Next Generation Educator: What a 21st century da Vinci-like approach to learning mean; Presented by Monica Lopez-Gonzalez


11:30 - 12:15 AM EDT | SESSION II

  • Justice Pedagogy and Anti-Oppressive Frameworks for Teaching and Learning: Facilitating Faculty Practices to Promote Anti-Oppression and Justice in Public Health; Presented by 2019 DELTA grantees Graham Mooney and Keilah A Jacques

  • Creating Versatile Online Lectures with Dynamic Tools; Presented by 2019 DELTA Grantee John Muschelli

  • All for One, One for All - In Addition to Accessibility, Captioning Enhances Pedagogy; Presented by Tilak Ratnanather


12:30 - 1:15 PM EDT | LUNCH BREAK & VIRTUAL POSTER SESSION WITH LIVE Q&A

  • PyRosetta Jupyter Notebooks Teach Biomolecular Structure Prediction and Design; Presented by Kathy Le

  • Increasing Consistency, Community, and Quality in a Large Enrollment, Adjunct-Instructed Online Program; Presented by Ashleigh Franco and Gina Phipps

  • Using Audio & Video Technologies to Foster Community & Connection in Online Doctoral Course; Presented by Carey Borkoski, Laura Quaynor, Laura Flores Shaw


1:30 - 2:15 PM EDT | SESSION III

  • The Teach-Out Model: A New Way to Learn and Engage; Presented by Cassandra Crifasi and Rebecca Williams

  • Improving Education and Safety in Neonatal and Infant Surgery Through Development of a Neonatal Minimally Invasive Surgery Model; Presented by 2019 DELTA grantee Daniel Rhee

  • Getting Started with UDL: Hopkins Universal Design for Learning (HUDL) Initiative Update and Design Studio; Presented by Valerie Hartman, Lindsay R. Ledebur and Donna Schnupp


2:30 - 3:15 PM EDT | SESSION IV

  • Obstetric Triage Web Application; Presented by 2019 DELTA grantee Jeanne Sheffield, Meghan McMahon, and Anja Frost

  • Structural and Strategic Elements for Successful Implementation of Flipped Class Designs; Presented by Alison Papadakis, Meghan McGlaughlin, Carolina Daffre and Emily Franco

  • Digital Analytic Platforms: Bringing Qualitative and Mixed-Method Analytics into the Class; Presented by William Marcellino


3:30 - 4:15 | CLOSING SESSION

Live Q&A with keynote presenter Dr. Bryan Alexander





FAQs

Where can I find more information on the DELTA initiative?

The Provost’s DELTA initiative is intended to unleash the potential of digital technology and encourage the Johns Hopkins community to think creatively about how to enhance our shared teaching and learning enterprise. For more information about DELTA, please visit the Office of the Provost website.


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