Innovation at Rollins

 


Welcome

Our faculty are succeeding with technology in a variety of ways. This section serves to not only inspire Rollins faculty but also to inform the local community of the great work our faculty are doing in their classrooms.

Come learn about how Dr. Carnahan implemented a FITI grant to begin documenting interactions at our Child Development & Student Research Center—or learn how one faculty member is using cell phone technology to have his students create 3D Photospheres. Whatever it is, you can be sure that our faculty are looking for innovative ways to teach their students and share those experiences with you!

 

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If you’re interested in working on a project where you will integrate technology into your own classroom, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Please fill out the form and we’ll be sure schedule a meeting with you at your earliest convenience.

Capturing Narratives, Communicating Worlds

  By Todd French   The project focused on an opportunity to attend a 360 Video workshop through the UC Berkeley Journalism School, learning how to create and edit media …

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Image Database

The image database project is an attempt to compile free high quality images in the language classroom that will help students connect new vocabulary words with their meanings.   What …

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The Multidisciplinary Applications of Digital Design, Print, and Fabrication with FormZ

By Robert Vander Poppen   The URV (Urbs Rollinsensis Vitruviana) Project undertaken with the ARH 315 Archaeology of Urbanism class tasked students with creating a digital model of a Roman city …

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Training, Tech, and the Child Development Center (CDC)

By Sharon Carnahan Be ready to relinquish the role of “expert” and become a guide and partner in learning. As part of a Technology FITI Grant, in Fall 2015, Dr. …

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Art, Creativity, and Video Tutorials

By Rachel Simmons Making the tutorials helped me better understand how I teach, what I teach, and how I might improve my teaching. Supported by a grant from the Associated …

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A Look at International Economies: Digitizing China’s Development

By Zhaochang Peng The most precious treasure of learning is not the teaching of the instructor; it is the students’ own motivation and effort. This project utilizes Wordpress resources available to …

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Developing Blended Learning Strategies

By Dana Hargrove   I applied Blended Learning strategies to my Art and Graphic Design classes, which allowed me to use classroom time to guide students through the application of …

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Learning through Filmmaking: Translating Science to Non-Scientists

 By Paul Harris What inspired you to implement this project? As a professor, I spend a great deal of my time trying to communicate science to non-scientists (primarily students). I …

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Teaching Qualitative Data Analysis with NVivo

By Alice Davidson I incorporated NVivo, a qualitative software program, to enhance instruction in my Senior Seminar in Developmental Psychology course in Fall 2017. Students used NVivo to code, analyze, …

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Bridging the Gap Between Graduate and Undergraduate Mental Health Education

By Andrew Luchner   My project involved the integration of technology into my Psychotherapy class in order to allow for more seamless opportunities for both evaluation and feedback of mock …

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A Look at International Economies: Digitizing China’s Development

The most precious treasure of learning is not the teaching of the instructor; it is the students’ own motivation and effort. This project utilizes Wordpress resources available to Rollins (through social.rollins.edu), …

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Exploring Religions with Virtual Reality

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Art, Creativity, and Video Tutorials

Making the tutorials helped me better understand how I teach, what I teach, and how I might improve my teaching. Supported by a grant from the Associated Colleges of the …

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Learning through Filmmaking: Translating Science to Non-Scientists

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Training, Tech, and the Child Development Center (CDC)

Be ready to relinquish the role of “expert” and become a guide and partner in learning. As part of a Technology FITI Grant, in Fall 2015, Dr. Carnahan and student …

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