113th Annual Conference - Portland, Oregon
Friday, November 6 - Sunday, November 8, 2015

Teaching with Media and Technology

Session Chair: 
Jason Spangler, Riverside City College
Session 6: Saturday 8:30-10:00am
Rogue (PMCC)


  1. Nathan Bollig, Northern Arizona University
    The goal of this paper is to propose practical technology-centered solutions that impact the day-to-day production of academic research and writing across the disciplines for both teachers and our students.
  2. Jennifer Hardacker, Pacific University
    One instructor tries “gamification-lite” strategies to encourage student engagement, higher levels of analysis, and to take ownership of their progress as they earn experience points and badges for completing assignments and activities, and “level up” to get to the grade they want in a Film History and Analysis class.  
  3. Laura Razo, "California Polytechnic University, Pomona"
    Research looks at the impacts of multimodal pedagogy in First-year composition courses (FYC). Paper evaluates the effectiveness of the pedagogy in meeting WPA Outcomes Statement and explores how  “multimodal assignments in the basic writing classroom promote both digital and print literacies while fostering awareness of students' own writing processes” (Lauren and Rice).
Session Cancelled: