Faculty and Staff
Teaching with Technology

01. Technology Inspires the Classroom at Alfred University.
An overview of how technology is creating a modern learning community at Alfred University

02. Web Video Conferencing and History Discourse. Dr. Gary Ostrower '61 uses Skype to allow his class to discuss the Cuban Missile Crisis with Pulitzer Prize winning author Martin Sherwin.

03. Film Appreciation through Video Production. Dr. Chad Harriss teaches film and television appreciation through the applied process of video production.

04. Student Teacher Collaboration through Web Video Conferencing. Dr. Corry Burdick is facilitating an important dialog among the Alfred University Pre-Professional teachers through Web Video Conferencing.

05. Coursecasting in the Chemistry Classroom. Dr. John D'Angelo is using Panapto Coursecasting software to extend learning beyond the classroom.

06. Publishing through Print-On-Demand Technologies. Dr. Allen Grove is using print-on-demand technologies with his students to publish a collection of ghost stories.

07. Online Writing /Blogging to Create Art History Discourse. Dr. Ezra Shales is using Online Blogging to create discourse among his Art History Students.

08. Video Recording in Pre-Professional Teacher Preparation. Connie Synakowski is using video recording as a preparatory tool for pre-professional teacher candidates.

09. Better Business Decision-Making through Simulated Business Management Software. Dr. Wilfred Huang is using SAP Enterprise Resource Planning simulation software to teach his students how to make better business management decisions.