Emerging Learning Design 2013

Learning as Disruption

7 June 2013 from 7:30am to 4:30pm

22 speakers

  • Dr. Joanne Cote-Bonanno The Associate Provost for Academic Programs and Assessment.
  • AJ Kelton @aj_kelton
  • Dr. Christopher Hoadley Dr. Chris Hoadley is associate professor in the Educational Communication and Technology Program and the Program in Digital Media Design for Learning.
  • Owen Gottlieb @yobgorgle Owen Gottlieb is a Jim Joseph Fellow and Ph.D. Candidate in Education and Jewish Studies at NYU, where he specializing in Digital Media and Games for Learning.
  • Steve Yavner @SteveYavner Steve Yavner is a Ph.D. candidate in the Educational Communication and Technology program at NYU/Steinhardt. In addition to the Molecules & Minds project.
  • John T. Oliver @oliverjohnt John T. Oliver is Information Literacy Librarian at The College of New Jersey.
  • Vanessa Dennen Vanessa Dennen is an Associate Professor of Instructional Systems at Florida State University researching knowledge management in network & mobile settings.
  • Sophie Idromenos Sophie Idromenos promotes computer science as a core skill & helps educators integrate technology into their curriculum.
  • Christopher Donoghue Christopher Donoghue earned his Ph.D. in Sociology at Fordham University. His early research focused on labor instability and inequalities in nursing home care.
  • Michael Kolitsky Teaches an online Histology course and an Anatomy and Physiology lecture and lab online course for The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) from his home in NJ
  • Sheri Prupis @prupis Vice President of Academic Initiatives and Community Engagement for NJEDge.Net, the New Jersey Research and Education Network.
  • Mary Zedeck @mzedeck Mary Zedeck is an Instructional Designer with Seton Hall University’s Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center.
  • Karen Schrier @drgamermom Karen Schrier is an Assistant Professor of Media Arts at Marist College, where she researches and teaches game design, transmedia storytelling and UX/UI.
  • Eileen Medinger Eileen Medinger, Ph.D. is the Instructional Art Coordinator for the Online Education unit of the UNLV Division of Educational Outreach.
  • Kate O'Hara An Assistant Professor in the School of Education at New York Institute of Technology.
  • Catherine Alexander Catherine Alexander holds degrees from three of New Jersey’s finest institutions of higher education.
  • Jennifer Wall Jennifer Wall is an adjunct professor of education at Montclair State University and an Ed.D. candidate in Curriculum & Teaching at Teachers College, & Columbia
  • Beatrice Marovich @beamarovich Beatrice Marovich is a PhD Candidate at Drew University’s Graduate Division of Religion, working at the nexus of religion, animal studies, and feminist thought.
  • Ralph Vecca Ralph Vacca is an interactive designer and researcher focused on how technology can be designed to support mindfulness, emotion regulation, & cognitive habits.
  • Lisa Thumann @lthumann
  • Mary Balkun Mary McAleer Balkun is Professor of English and Chairperson of the English department at Seton Hall University.
  • Ed Nagelhout @EdNagelhout1 Ed Nagelhout is an associate professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where he teaches graduate and undergraduate courses.

27 sessions

19 known attendees

  • Joanne Cote-Bonanno
  • AJ Kelton
  • Christopher Hoadley
  • Owen Gottlieb
  • Steve Yavner
  • John T Oliver
  • Vanessa Dennen
  • Sophie Idromenos
  • Sheri Prupis
  • Mary Zedeck
  • AJ Kelton
  • Karen Schrier
  • Eileen Medinger
  • Beatrice Marovich
  • Shuang Hao
  • Sungwoong Lee
  • Taehyeong Lim
  • Lisa Thumann
  • Ed Nagelhout

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Staff

  • AJ Kelton

    Director of Emerging Instructional Technology for the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Montclair State University in New Jersey.

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