Mike Palmquist on The Role of Technology in Course Redesign

Video created by Becky Anderson Employee on Sep 8, 2015

    Instructional technology—and in particular interactive tools, digital media, social media, and communication tools—have played an important role in changing how and what we teach in our courses. This webinar will focus on how to design courses that use instructional technology to support emerging and proven methods of challenging and engaging our students.

     

     

    Mike Palmquist  - Colorado State University

    Mike Palmquist is an Associate Provost at Colorado State University, where he leads university-wide efforts to enhance learning and teaching in face-to-face, blended, and distance courses. A professor of English and University Distinguished Teaching Scholar, he is recognized nationally for his work in computer-supported writing instruction and, in particular, in designing Web-based instructional materials to support writing. His most recent Web-based projects are Writing@CSU, an open-access, educational Web site for writers and writing instructors, and the WAC Clearinghouse, the leading site for communication across the curriculum. He is the author of numerous articles and essays on writing and teaching with technology and writing across the curriculum. In 2004, he received the Charles Moran Award for Distinguished Contributions to the Field, which recognizes "exemplary scholarship and professional service to the field of computers and writing." In 2006, the CCCC Committee on Computers in Composition and Composition named him Outstanding Technology Innovator. From 2009 to 2011, he served on the Executive Committee of the National Council of Teachers of English and as chair of the NCTE’s College Section. He is the author of Joining the Conversation: Writing in College and Beyond (Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2010); The Bedford Researcher, Third Edition (Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2009); and Designing Writing: A Practical Guide (Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2005).