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Diana Galarreta-Aima, James Madison University

Samantha Haling, James Madison University

Student Website Creation as an Alternative to

Traditional Final Essays

Marie Allsopp, Purdue University

Friends, Students, Classmates, Lend me Your Peers:

TBL Peer Evaluations!

“Covidly” So - Pandemic Perspectives of Pupils and a Professor

Deb Baker, Manchester Community College

Where’s My Inbox? Digital Literacy Challenges a

Student Success Intervention

Michelle Bartlett, North Carolina State University

High-Quality Online Design, Teaching, & Learning

for Students with Low-Bandwidth Access


Silvia Bartolic, University of British Columbia

Meeting Students’ Expectations of Feedback Through Learning Analytics

Developing Student Interpersonal Skills and Competencies: Employer Perspectives

Jennifer Bautel Williams, East Carolina University

Laura Howell King, East Carolina University

Caught! Incorporating Universal Design in Course Syllabi to Enhance Engagement

Benjamin Becerra, California State University, San Bernardino

Teaching and Learning during COVID-19​​

Michael Berntsen, The University of North Carolina at Pembroke

Stephanie Berntsen, The University of North Carolina at Pembroke

Rethinking First Impressions: Those “Lazy”

Students May Experience Invisible Disabilities

Tina Bhargava,  Kent State University

A Mental Bandwidth Perspective to Improve

Success, Equity, and Well- Being

Shawn M. Bielicki, Liberty University

RoundTable: A Conversation on Teaching Students to Think Critically

Chelsea Biggerstaff, Austin Community College

Implementing a Faculty Orientation & Onboarding Program to Increase Student Success

Andrea N. Ofori-Boadu, North Carolina A&T State University

Mercy Fash, North Carolina Agricultural And Technical State University

Alesia Ferguson, North Carolina Agricultural And Technical State University

Angela White, North Carolina Agricultural And Technical State University

Stem Faculty-Student Interactions And Learning During Covid 19: A Grounded Theory Study

Dawn Botts, Appalachian State University

Jennifer Buff, Appalachian State University

Experiential Education in the Graduate

Classroom: Utilizing Vignettes

Sheryl Burgstahler, University of Washington

Tips for Designing an Accessible Online Course

Kathryn Byrnes, Bowdoin College

Time for Contemplation in Online Learning & Teaching

Karen Caldwell, The State University of New York at Potsdam

Example-based Learning: Online Instruction + Support in Higher Education Settings

Ann-Marie Castille, Nicholls State University

Providing Student Feedback That Enhances Learning and Motivation

Lisa Chang, The University of British Columbia

Silvia Bartolic, University of British Columbia

Hailey Craig, University of British Columbia

Addressing the Gaps of Remote Instruction with Multiliteracies Pedagogy

Diane Chapman, Westfield State University

Online Focus Groups for Program Planning, Evaluation, Research (and Pandemics)

Robert Chatt, North Carolina State University

Encouraging Intrinsic Motivation with

Classroom Currency

Leslie Cizmas, Texas A&M

Strengthening Student Learning by Leveraging University and Community Resources

Kristen Conte, Baker College

Impacts of Remote Work on Instructors: Feeling the Burn

Tiffany Cresswell-Yeager, Gwynedd Mercy University

Jennifer Aucoin, Gwynedd Mercy University

Fostering Student Engagement in Online Master Courses

Michael Crumpton, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Joanna DePolt, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

LIS Education – Nurturing Collaborative

Opportunities with Practitioners

Paige Haber-Curran, Texas State University

Constructing Inclusive Learning Environments

Anna Curtis, University of North Carolina

Transitioning active learning from in-person to online in Introductory Chemistry

Chrystal Dean, Appalachian State University

Beyond Remote Learning: Intentional Online

Instruction through Backward Design Plus

Leslie Dolan, Community College of Rhode Island

Ali Khalil, Community College of Rhode Island

Charles Kell, Community College of Rhode Island

Best Practices of Faculty Coaching and Student Retention

Jeni Dulek, Pacific University

Socially-Distant and Socially-Constructed: An Inter-Institutional Faculty Learning Community

Mark Earley, Columbus State Community College

Developing a Rich Learning Experience in Introductory Statistics

Laura Edwards, Taylor University

Kendra Thomas, Taylor University

Kim Case, Taylor University

Learning from Students’ Feedback from Seismic-shift Spring: Barriers and Success

Ingrid Everett, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

CRT in Teacher Preparation: We Already Know What To Do

Emily Faulconer, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Getting Published: SoTL and DBER

Research Dissemination

​Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

Assessment as a Learning Opportunity

Miriam Ferzli, North Carolina State University

SCALE-UP Model Fosters Relatedness and

Participation in Undergraduate Biology Students

Miriam Ferzli, North Carolina State University

Grace Carroll, North Carolina State University

Systems Modeling in Undergraduate

STEM Through SageModeler

James Fiste, Central Michigan University

Using Spaced Repetition in Course

Content Organization

Amanda Flack,  Baker College 

Pandemic effects on the Delivery of

Didactic and Laboratory Science Courses

Stephanie Foote, John N. Gardner Institute for Excellence in Undergraduate Education

Teaching for Inspiration: Approaches to Engaging

Transfer Students in Gateway Course

Metacognitive Teaching – Reflecting on

Our Teaching Practice

Ann Fournier, Colby-Sawyer College

Erin Murphy, Rivier University

Classroom as Community:

A Multi-week Unfolding Nursing Simulation

Mike Fowler, US Air Force Academy

Improving Predictive Analysis for Complex

National Security Problems

Greta Freeman, University of South Carolina Upstate

Brooke Hardin, University of South Carolina Upstate

Designing Text Sets for Enhanced Content Knowledge and Empathic Response


Aaron Gierhart, Columbus State University

Equitable Course Design During COVID-19: Participation Versus Access

Luca Guipponi, Michigan State University

Daniel Trego, Michigan State University

Rapidly Developing Reusable Faculty Support Resources -

The ASPIRE Program Case Study

Carlos C. Goller. North Carolina State University

Megan Boland, North Carolina State University

Beyond the Margins: Annotation and Re-Analysis of a

Microbiome Study

Maru Gonzalez, North Carolina State University

Sharon Chung, North Carolina State University

Beyond Diversity: Centering Social Justice Education in the Online Classroom

Nicholas Grahovec, Northern Illinois University

Tyler Wood, Northern Illinois University

Implementing Case-By-Collaboration

Model to Enhance Critical Thinking Skills

Katie Greer, Oakland University


Critical Pedagogy and Critical Information Literacy

in the Online Environment

Amanda Green, Eastern Kentucky University

Using Course Preparation Assignments to Improve Student Reading and Engagements

Meg Gregory, Washington University in St. Louis

Making Use of the Margins: Supporting Close Reading Skills with Hypothesis

John Griffith, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Worldwide

Emily Faulconer, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Bobby McMasters, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Does Instructor Quality Affect Student Grades?

Eileen Grodziak, Pennsylvania State University, Lehigh Valley Campus

Laura Cruz, Pennsylvania State University

What about Joe?: A Case Study of FYE Student Success

Wei Gu, Grand Valley State University

Using PBL to Teach Undergraduate

Assessment Course in Teacher Education Program

Noel Habashy, The Pennsylvania State University

Laura Cruz, The Pennsylvania State University

Mauricio De La Parra Gurr, The Pennsylvania State University

What the world needs now... globally-focused, in-class learning

Ruthie Halma, Truman State University

First-year Seminar Reimagined: Integrating Liberal Arts and Artificial Intelligence

Rachel Hammond, Cornerstone University

Developing Social Presence:

Teaching Relationally and Creating Community in the Hybrid/Bimodal Classroom

J.R. Hanamean, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

Virtual Mentorship: Creating Effective Student

Connections in a Distributed Environment

C. Bobbi Hansen, University of San Diego

Using Neuroscience to Inform Instruction

Eric Hogan, Georgia Southern University

Using One-Mode Networks: A Demonstration on Classroom Management

Eric Hogan, Georgia Southern University

Marlynn Griffin, Georgia Southern University

A Different Take on the Final Exam

Romena Holbert, University of San Diego

Three Simple Tools/Strategies for Promoting Collaboration in Online Learning

Brina Hollis, Purdue University Global

Connecting Classrooms to Careers: A Review of

Current Strategies and Discussion of Best Practices

Amanda Holton, University of California, Irvine

Lessons Learned from Two Interventional Studies

on Online Student Motivation

Kim Hosler, United States Air Force Academy

Marc Napolitano, United States Air Force Academy

Inclusive Excellence Programming at a Military Service Academy: Improving Practice

Richard Holtzman, Bryant University

“Read the Syllabus?”: Using Syllabus

Quizzes to Help Student Transitions

Ella Ingram, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Danny Tetteh-Richter, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Embracing Students as Co-Creators in

Course Design and Delivery

Guillaume Jaubert, Vincennes University

Flip Learning and Online Teaching

Jessica Jochum, University of Indianapolis

Joanne Klossner, University of Maryland

Ed Jones, University of Indianapolis

Learn with Me: The Perceived Benefits and Barriers of Collaborative Interprofessional Research Groups

Donald M. Johnson, University of Arkansas

Kathryn Zawisza, University of Arkansas

Molly Rapert, University of Arkansas

Lauren Simon, University of Arkansas

Steven Beaupre, University of Arkansas

Remote Teaching: Lessons Learned in a Pandemic Semester




Crystal Karn, Indiana Institute of Technology

Engaging and Encouraging Our

Introverted Students

Trisha Kemerly, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Know What They Know: Teaching

with Popular Culture

Christine Kenney, University of Michigan-Flint

Melissa Sreckovic, University of Michigan-Flint

Eric Alan Common, University of Michigan-Flint

What’s in Your Toolbox? Low-Intensity

Instructional Strategies that Support High

Student Engagement and Active Participation

Emily Kildow, University of Nebraska at Omaha

Jennifer Lemke, University of Nebraska at Omaha

Engagement and Accountability Strategies in a Hybrid Environment

Megan Kohler, Pennsylvania State University

Penny Roalston-Berg Pennsylvania State University

Collaborative Content Design: An Ideal Vision for Course Creation

Erica Kosal, North Carolina State University

Lessons when students choose from a diverse pool of scientists for an assignment

Iske Larkin, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida

Danielle Collins, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida

Heather Maness, University of Florida

Extensive Use of Guest Lecturers for

Enhanced Learner Engagement

Ashley Long, Parker University

Build a Better Test: Strategies for Improving Multiple-Choice Exams

Denise A. Ludwig, Grand Valley State University

Beth Macauley, Grand Valley State University

Courtney Karasinski, Grand Valley State University

Moving Curriculum Beyond the Degree:

Telepractice Digital Badge for Designing an Accessible Online Course

Denise A. Ludwig, Grand Valley State University

Janna Pacey, Grand Valley State University

Srihimaja Nandamudi, Grand Valley State University

Kelly Machnik, Grand Valley State University

Promoting Team-Based Learning Using Virtual Interprofessional Collaboration and Pedagogy

Megan Lupek, North Carolina State University

Opportunities and Challenges: Assigning Citizen Science Projects in a Distance Education Environmental Science Course

Students Create Educational Products to Enhance Climate Change Literacy

Angela Lyrette, Algonquin College

Collaborative Content Design: An Ideal Vision for Course Creation

Neal Malik, California State University, San Bernardino

Can a Course Syllabus Improve Students’ Metacognition and Engagement?

Daniel Mallinson, The Pennsylvania State University

Laura Cruz, Schreyer Institute of Teaching Excellence

William Illingworth, Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg

Technology, Teaching & Transformation: A Critical Analysis of Student Engagement using Nearpod

Molly Marnella, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

Faculties’ & Students’ Perspectives: Open Educational Resources/Inclusive Assess Resources

Mary Marshall, California State University, Long Beach

Service-Learning at Your seat:

Maximizing Community Engagement while Minimizing Student Stress

Martine Mathieu, North Carolina State University

Piloting Cross-Institutional Collaboration between an

HBU and a PWI

Mary V. Mawn, Empire State College

Experimentation at a Distance: Engaging Science Learners in Online Laboratories

Erin McKenney, North Carolina State University

Do Open-Ended Creative Assignments Enhance Student Learning in Undergraduate Ecology

Erin McKenney, North Carolina State University

Does Open Annotation Enhance Student Performance and

Sense of Belonging?

E. Nicole Meyer, Augusta University

Strategies for Transforming Teaching through Rethinking Teaching Goals and Assessment

Mina Min, Appalachian State University

Ashley Whitehead, Appalachian State University

Videocase Analysis For Preservice Teachers’ Growth As Culturally Responsive Teachers

Christina Moore, Oakland University

Now Is the Time to Embrace Mobile Learning

Salome K. Mshigeni, California State University, San Bernardino

Killers to motivation: Overcoming challenges in students' downloading critical software

Soma Mukhopadhyay, Augusta University

Skin and Gene – A Metacognitive Model to Combine

Knowledge and Awareness

Marc Napolitano, United States Air Force Academy

Kim Hosler, United States Air Force Academy
                  Personalizing the Impersonal:

Digital Faculty Development Programming & Individualized Growth

FlipGrid & Padlet Facilitate Equitable Innovative Teaching

in COVID-19

Lisa Paciulli, North Carolina State University

McKenzie Nalley, North Carolina State University

Caroline Diehl, North Carolina State University

Taeim Kwon, North Carolina State University

Making Lemonade out of Lemons during the Coronavirus Pandemic: New NC State University Program for Professors to Virtually Engage K-12 STEM Students.​​

Jessica Peacock, Merrimack College

Implementing Flipped Learning Online to Promote Integrated Learning during COVID-19

Amanda Petersen, University of San Diego

Iván Eusebio Aguirre Danancou, University of California, Riverside

Brian Gollnick, University of Iowa

Christine Baker, Temple University

Carolyn Wolfenzon Niego, Bowdoin University

Lauren Reynolds, University of North Alabama

Through the Social Justice Lens:

Cases from Language and Literatures

Karen Pezzolla, Bloomfield College

Stimulate Interest and Motivate Learning Through Multiple Means of Engagement

Harshani N. Rathnaweera, University of Georgia

Evaluation Of Class Activities In The General Chemistry Classroom

Martina Reinhold, Grand Valley State University

Dawn DeVries, Grand Valley State University
                  Brief Mindfulness Meditation Practice as Self-Care

                               in Health Profession Students

Martina Reinhold, Grand Valley State University

Allison Metz, Grand Valley State University

Sherri Fannon, Grand Valley State University

Molly Paulson, Grand Valley State University

Paul Christensen, Grand Valley State University

Improving Communication Skills in

Healthcare Provider Education

Jacqueline Romano, California State University, San Bernardino

Using Metaphor as pedagogical tool, the Rubik’s cube and Understanding Cultural Diversity

Fernanda Santos, North Carolina State University

Keith Harris, North Carolina State University

Yang "Alice" Cheng, North Carolina State University

Gauging the Effects of COVID-19 on Learning:

An Integrated Approach

Cassandra O'Sullivan Sachar, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

Feed FORWARD: Helping Students Utilize Feedback on Writing

Shannon Dean-Scott, Texas State University

Using Purposeful Pedagogies to Impact Student-Centered Environments

Dana Scott, Thomas Jefferson University

Advancing Student Learning Through

Self-Evaluation and Reflection

Joshua Seery, Walnut Hill College

#MissionSuccess: Using Popular Culture to

Increase Student Interest and Motivation!

Classroom Management 101: Prevent,

Intervene, and Succeed


Barry Sharpe, Western Governors University


Grading as Instruction


Socrates and SoTL: An Old Method and Student Learning

Shavonne Shorter, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

Robert J. Green, Bloomsburg University

Carolyn Reid-Brown, Bloomsburg University

Erin Brummett, Bloomsburg University

Increasing Marginalized Student Success Through the Frederick Douglass Institute

Angela Smith, North Carolina State University

Kimberly AllenNorth Carolina State University

Self-care Tips to Teaching Online During the Year of Pandemics

Mary Ann V. Smith, Pennsylvania State University

Student Stories in Science: Alternative Methods for Student Experiential Learning

Melissa Srougi, North Carolina State University

The Effects of Peer Mindsets in Online Academic Partnerships

Jennifer Stanigar, North Carolina State University

Maria Gallardo-Williams, North Carolina State University

Boosting SoTL/DBER at the Institutional Level via Virtual Faculty Development



Jeffrey A. Stone, Pennsylvania State University

Maung K. Min, Pennsylvania State University

Karen Kackley-Dutt, Pennsylvania State University

Forging a Sustainability Culture:

Integrating Sustainability Across the Curriculum

Courtney Thornton, North Carolina State University

Diane ChapmanNorth Carolina State University

Insights from Spring 2020:

Preparedness for Transitioning to Online Instruction

Travis Thurston, Utah State University

#DigitalPowerups Empowering Student with Choice & Voice

Rebecca Toothaker, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

Pamela Cook, Bloomsburg University

The NeXt Classroom: Active Teaching Strategies

Rebecca Vannest, Oakland University

Cultivating Engagement:

The Pedagogy of Virtually Teaching a Synchronous

Group Counseling Course

Carroll Warren, North Carolina State University

Creating and Maintaining an Inclusive Online Learning Environment

Heidi Watson-Held, Pennsylvania State University 

Stephanie Edel-Malizia, Pennsylvania State University

Preparing Faculty for Blended Course Assessment

Corrie Whitmore, University of Alaska Anchorage  

Land Acknowledgements:

Making Them Meaningful and Appropriate

Storytelling, Course Design, Indigenous Pedagogy

Katherine Wilford, University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences 

Demetrius Collins, University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences 

Megan Flores, University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences

Student Engagement in the Virtual Setting: Lecture, Lab, and Beyond

Ian Wolf, Fayetteville Technical Community College

Leveraging Curiosity, Sociality, and Authenticity to

Create Impactful, Student-Led Discussion

Christina Yongue, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Crystal Dixon, University of North Carolina Greensboro

A Review Of Online Case Study Modules “Seeking Equity: Racism As A Social Determinant Of Health

Kathryn Zawisza, University of Arkansas

Donald Johnson, University of Arkansas

Shelly Walters, University of Arkansas

Julie Trivitt, Walton

Lori Holyfield, University of Arkansas

Building a Culture of Faculty Development: One University’s Pandemic Response

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