112th Annual Conference - Riverside Convention Center, California
Friday, October 31 - Sunday, November 2, 2014

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Teaching with the Internet and Technology

Session Chair: 
Michelle Stonis, California State University, Long Beach and Glendale Community College
Session 6: Saturday 10:30am-12:00pm
RCC Meeting Room 9


  1. Sibylle Gruber, Northern Arizona University
    In this presentation, I use Chimamanda Adichie’s concept of the “single story” to address the need for paying close attention to student stories in an online class environment. 
  2. David Sandner, California State University, Fullerton
    This presentation explores the implications of a real-world example of using technology to teach literary studies: a collaborative assignment to create a website devoted to author Philip K. Dick’s ten-year association with California State University, Fullerton, and to his papers in our library’s Special Collections, using maps, digital archives, interviews and original research.
  3. Nancy Barron, Northern Arizona University
    Interns with the Interdisciplinary Writing Program (IWP) at Northern Arizona University join teams of problem-solvers and designers who evaluate student and faculty needs, then design possible projects that include an online segment for independent student work with writing, research, design, and presentation skills. 
Session Cancelled: