The following list of Otterbein faculty who have worked on SoTL projects was gleaned from the Faculty Achievement books. If you know of others, please let us know at CTL@otterbein.edu.
Tammy A. Birk (English)
- “Inviting Worldmindedness in the General Education Curriculum,” Scholarship of Teaching and Learning conference, Otterbein College, April 8, 2006.
- Association of American Colleges and Universities, Shared Futures: General Education for Global Learn. With the goal of bringing global learning into the center of campus life and learning, Shared Futures will initiate a thorough program review of the general education curriculum, adapt existing courses to the goals of global learning, design new courses to better highlight a commitment to cosmopolitan education and pilot those courses that are prepared to launch during the 2006-2007 academic year.
Susan A. Butz (Nursing)
- Poster presentation at the Clinical Nurse Leader Summit, 2012, Tampa, FL. Poster title: The Impact of Reflective Journaling on Learning and Satisfaction of Graduate CNL Nursing Students
- Presenter with Dr. Marjorie Vogt at the 27th Annual Lilly Conference, Oxford, OH. “Application of Research Concepts through Service-Learning Pedagogy.”
Ruth A. Chavez (Nursing)
- Vogt, M., Schaffner, B., Ribar, A. and Chavez, R. (2009). “The impact of podcasting on the learning and satisfaction of undergraduate nursing students”, Nurse Education in Practice, 10(10).
- Vogt, M., Schaffner, B., Chavez, R. (2010). “Baccalaureate nursing student experiences at a camp for children with diabetes – The impact of a service-learning model”, Pediatric Nursing, (in Press).
- Podcasting: Effect of an Interactive Teaching Methodology on Learning and Satisfaction of Nursing Students, 2008.
Joan M. Esson (Chemistry)
- Joan M. Esson, Strategies to Enhance Student Retention in Chemistry, 22nd Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, The Pennsylvania State University, PA, July 2012.
- Joan M. Esson, Cardinal Science Scholar Program at Otterbein University: A program to increase student retention, American Chemical Society 243rd National Meeting, San Diego, CA, March 2012.
- Primary Investigator, Cardinal Science Scholars: Enhancing Student Opportunities and Retention in Biochemistry, Chemistry, and Physics, National Science Foundation
William V. Harper (Mathematical Sciences)
- Harper, William V., Payne, Shelley, Peter Rundquist, Julie Gahimer, “Learner profile development for selected rehabilitation professional students: the impact of clinical education” submitted to the Journal of Physical Therapy Education, February 2012.
- Shelley Payne, Peter Rundquist, William V. Harper, and Julie Gahimer, “Learner profile development for selected rehabilitation professional students: the impact of clinical education,” Journal of Physical Therapy Education, February 2012.
- Harper, William V., with Isobel Clark, “Visualization tools to aid in the understanding of Geostatistics”, 7th International Conference on Teaching Statistics, Salvador, Brazil July, 2006 published in Statistics for Environmental Science, 2006, vol 4E2, pp 1-6.
Dean H. Johnston (Chemistry)
- National Science Foundation Experimental Determination of Chemical Structure. The key goals of this project are to: (1) develop a new model for integration of structural methods into the undergraduate chemistry curriculum, (2) assess student engagement and learning when working with experimental structural data, (3) establish a local PUI user group to broaden the incorporation of X-ray diffraction methods and resources into the undergraduate curriculum, and (4) create interactive web-based materials for teaching crystallographic symmetry.
Patricia F. Keane (Nursing)
- Poster: “The Effect of Modeling on Student Nurse Practitioners’’ Performance in Objective Standardized Clinical Examinations” presented at the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties 36th Annual Meeting in Washington, D. C. on April 16th, 2010.
- Haverkamp, J., Schaffner, B., Vogt, M., and Keane, P., “The impact of an interactive evolving case study using blogging on learning and satisfaction of graduate nursing students,” at the Lilly Conference of Higher Education, Oxford, OH, November, 2008.
Jean Kelly (Communication)
- Huber, Marsha, Jean Kelly, and Shirine Mafi. 2012. “A Cross-Disciplinary Exploration of Web 2.0 Technologies to Enhance Deeper Learning and Collaboration" Teaching, Learning and the Net Generation: Concepts and Tools for Reaching Digital Learners. IGI Global, 228-248. Web. 2 Dec. 2011.
Shannon Lakanen (English)
- Lakanen, S., et. al., “Roundtable: Teaching the Critical Essay”, Fourth Genre: Explorations in Nonfiction 10.1 (Spring 2008): 153-173.
Paul D. Longenecker (Health and Sport Sciences)
- “Learner-Based Teaching;” National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, National Council of Hospice and Palliative Professional Research, Academic, Education Section Audio-conference; January 11, 2013.
Shirine L. Mafi (Business, Accounting, and Economics)
- Mafi, S. L. and Huber, M. Practical Learning through philanthropy-based education. Presentation for the 32nd Lilly International Conference on College Teaching, Oxford, Miami. November 2012.
- Mafi, S. L., Huber, M and Kelly, D. L. (2008). Incorporating Experiential Learning in Every Course (using Dee Fink’s Paradigm). Accepted at the Academy of Management Conference, August 2008, Anaheim, CA.
Grace A. McDaniel (Education)
- Outreach Scholarship Conference, Columbus Ohio Monday, October 8, 2006. Title: The Scholarship of Community Engagement: Cultural Competency Research and Practice in Service Learning.
Shelley S. Payne (Health and Sport Sciences)
- Platform presentation for the 2013 Self-Directed Learning Symposium: “Self-Directed Learning Readiness for Selected Rehabilitation Professional Students: The Impact of Clinical Education”, February 2013
Kathryn M. Plank (Education)
- Koontz, T. M., & Plank, K. M. (2011). Can reading questions foster active learning? A study of six college courses. Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 22 (3), 23-46.
- Inpanbutr,, N., Matthias. K., Simmons, J., Plank, K., Johnson, T., Richards, J., Frasure, C., Motta, T., & Reiswig, T. (2011). Wiki: An approach to promote critical thinking & team-building skills, improve retention, and sharing different dissection style in teaching canine anatomy. Presentation at American Association of Veterinary Anatomists Meeting, Cornell, NY., August 6-8.
- Flinn, S., Johnson, T.A., & Plank, K.P. (2009). The use of experiential community labs: A pedagogy for adult learners. Poster at 23rd Annual Occupational Therapy Midwest Dean's Research Conference, March 19-20, St. Louis.
- Kaletunc, G., & Plank, K.M. (2009). Guiding students for cooperative learning in an engineering class. Conference of Food Engineering, 5-8 April.
Christina L. Reynolds (Communication)
- Reynolds, Christina. If you can’t dazzle them with brilliance… Semester Conversion and its impact on the faculty-student advising relationship. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, November 15-18, 2012, Orlando, FL.
Pete Sanderson (Mathematical Sciences)
- “Some Worked Better Than Others: Experience with a Variety of Service-Learning Projects”, Ken Vollmar and Pete Sanderson, Service-Learning in Information Sciences, Brian Nejmeh (Editor), Wiley and Sons, 2012.
- “Revising a Computer Science Curriculum for Semesters,” Franklin University Inaugural Symposium on Computer Science Education, April 17, 2009.
Barbara H. Schaffner (Nursing)
- Vogt, M., and Schaffner, B., 2012, “Using Audience Response Systems for Classroom Post-Test Reviews”, Quick Hits: Teaching with Technology, R. K. Morgan and K. T. Olivares (Eds.), Indiana University Press, 94-95.
- “Baccalaureate Nursing Student Experiences at a Camp for Children with Diabetes: The Impact of a Service-Learning Model” with M. Vogt and R. Chavez; accepted for publication in Pediatric Nursing, 2010.
- “The Impact on Learning and Satisfaction of Graduate Nursing Students using An Interactive Evolving Case Study via Blogging” submitted with J. Haverkamp, P. Keane, M. Vogt to Journal of Online Learning and Teaching.
- Schaffner, B., Vogt, M., Ribar, A., and Chavez, R., “The Impact of Podcasting on the Learning and Satisfaction of Undergraduate Nursing Students,” Nursing Education in Practice (in press 2009).
- Schaffner, B., Keane, P., Vogt, M., and Haverkamp, J., “The Impact of an Interactive Evolving Case Study Using Blogging on Learning and Satisfaction of Graduate Nursing Students,’ Lilly Conference on Higher Education.
- Schaffner, B., and Sheet, B., “The Impact of Podcasting on the Learning and Satisfaction of Undergraduate Nursing Students,” 2nd International Nurse Education Conference, Dublin, Ireland.
- Ohio Digital Commons for Education (OCDE) (March, 2008) “The impact of pod-casting on learning & satisfaction of nursing students.” Poster presentation with Dr. M. Vogt, Instructors R. Chavez & A. Ribar, Columbus, OH.
- International Nurse Educators Conference, (June, 2008). “Effect of interactive teaching methodologies on learning and satisfaction of graduate nursing students.” Poster presentation with Dr. M. Vogt, Dublin, Ireland.
- Presented with Dr. M. Vogt, “The Effect of Interactive Teaching Methodologies (SMARTboard) on the Learning and Satisfaction of Nursing Students” at the Lily West Conference in Anaheim CA, March, 2007 and at the National Conference of the National Association of Nurse Practitioner Faculties (NONPF) in Denver, CO, April, 2007.
- Ohio Board of Nursing ($199,806.41) FLAME: Fostering Leaders, Advocates, Mentors, and Educators. This project helps to prepare licensure nurses in the still sets of nurse educator and clinical nurse leader through an education/leadership program. Through the use of distant technology, the FLAME model will help students complete a Nurse Education Certificate.
- Ohio Learning Network, Technology to Educate & Assess Child Health (TEACH-US). The purpose of the project is to: a) initiate pod or vodcasting in clinical courses on select pediatric topics such as growth, development and health promotion, b) increase the use of high fidelity Human Patient Simulators (HPS) to replicate clinical case scenarios, and c) evaluate the effectiveness of technology and simulation on nursing undergraduate and graduate student knowledge and satisfaction.
Jeffrey Smith (Mathematical Sciences)
- Smith, J. (2005). The parent partners project. Ohio Journal of Teacher Education (Spring Issue).
- Fayne, H.R., Ortquist-Ahrens, L., Smith, J., McDaniel, G., and Wilson, P. (2004). Getting out of the silo: Talking about teaching and learning across campus. Ohio Journal of Teacher Education (Spring Issue).
- Toward a Rubric/Model for Internet Discourse. Great Lakes Conference on Teaching and Learning. Mount Pleasant, Michigan. May 2013.
- Digital Formative Assessment: Seeing, Thinking, and Talking. Lilly Conference on University Teaching and Learning. Bethesda, Maryland. May 2013.
- iThink Therefore iPad. Lilly Conference on University Teaching and Learning. Bethesda, Maryland. May 2012.
- Leadership and Developing a Public Practice. Collegiate Middle Level Association National Conference. Westerville, Ohio. April 2011.
- eJournaling for Growth: The Impact of Multimedia Authorware on Teacher Interns’ Practice in Mathematics Education. Paper presented at the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education SITE Conference. Nashville, Tennessee. March 2011.
- Hexagons, Horses, and a Head Start: Strategies for Developing Exemplary Youth-Based Service-Learning Courses. Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education. Cedarville, Ohio. January 2011.
- Encouraging Undergraduates to Interact with Mathematic(al) Texts. Joint Meetings of the American Mathematical Society and the Mathematics Association of America. Washington DC. January 2009.
Gregory S. Sullivan (Health and Sport Sciences)
- Strode, J. and Sullivan, G.S., “Using the continuum of Self-Determination to better instruct adult students in sport management,” Abstract accepted by 9th International Conference on Sports: Economic Management, Marketing, and Social Aspects, May 8-11, 2009, Athens, Greece.
Lois F. Szudy (Library)
- Co-presented session “Pre and Post Testing as a Pedagogical Approach to Information Literacy” for the Academic Library Association of Ohio (ALAO) Annual Conference in Wilmington, OH on October 30, 2009.
Susan E. Thompson (Mathematical Sciences)
- “Flexible Options to Prepare Students for University-Level Mathematics.” Presentation at the Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Diego, CA, January 2013.
- “Comparing Methods of Instruction in Intermediate Algebra for College Students,” Joint Mathematics Meetings of the American Mathematical Society and the Mathematical Association of America, Washington, D.C., January 5-8, 2009.
Marjorie A. Vogt (Nursing)
- Vogt, M., with B. Schaffner, “Using Audience Response Systems for Classroom Post-Test Reviews,” in Quick Hits for Teaching with Technology, Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.
- Vogt, M., Schaffner, B., Ribar, A., and Chaves, R. (2009). “The impact of podcasting on the learning and satisfaction of undergraduate nursing students”, Nurse Education in Practice, 10(10).
- Schaffner, B., and Vogt, M., “The Impact of Podcasting on the Learning and Satisfaction of Undergraduate Nursing Students,” (poster presentation), 2nd International Nurse Education Conference.
- Haverkamp, J., Keane, P., Schaffner, B., and Vogt, M., “The Impact of an Interactive Evolving Case Study Using Blogging on Learning and Satisfaction of Graduate Nursing Students,” Lilly Conference on Higher Education.
- International Nurse Educators Conference, “Effect of Interactive Teaching Methodologies on Learning & Satisfaction of Graduate Nursing Students.” Poster Presentation (accepted) with Dr. Barb Schaffner.
- ODCE (Ohio Digital Commons for Education), “The Impact of Pod-casting on Learning & Satisfaction of Nursing Students.” Poster Presentation with Dr. Barbara Schaffner, Ruth Chavez, and A. Ribar.
- Lilly Conference, “Application of Research Concepts through Service-Learning Pedagogy.” Poster Presentation with Sue Butz.
- “The Impact of the Technology Enhanced Learning Environment on Graduate Nursing Students Knowledge Acquisition and Satisfaction in the Clinical and Academic Setting”
Adele B. Weiss (Education)
- “Do As I Say and Do As I Do: Teacher Educators Informing their Own Practice and Impacting their Students.” American Association for Colleges of Teacher Education, Los Angeles, California; June, 2006. (Susan Constable, Harriet Fayne, Susan Hersh, Deanne Knoblauch, Grace McDaniel, and Patricia Ryan; co-presenters).
Paul J. Wendel (Education)
- Wendel, P. J. (2013, February 7-8). Bring your own device: Using on-line tools for student collaboration in the science classroom. Presentation at the Science Education Council of Ohio Annual Conference, Dayton, OH.