Spring 2014 Conferences
Teaching with Technology Showcase 2014
"Breaking Ground in Teaching with Technology"
When: Friday, May 9, 11:30am-2:00pm
Where: Faculty Dining Areas and Donovan
Who: Faculty from across schools and disciplines
· 11:30am-12:30pm – lunch and keynote panel in Faculty Main
Breaking Ground with Blackboard: Leveling the Playing Field for All Students
Keri Rossi-D’entremont, Director of Disability Services
Melinda Gushwa, Assistant Professor, MSW Program, School of Social Work
Marie F. Beardwood, Academic Technologist, Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning
Kyle Jackson, Information Technologist, USS
· 12:30pm-1:45pm – General Interest Demonstrations and Digital Poster Sessions
iPad Learning Communities, Summer Seminar for Hybrid Teaching and Learning and more!
· 1:45pm – Raffles in Faculty Main! You must be present to win! Fun prizes. Don’t miss out!
RSVP to Veronica Bruscini (firstname.lastname@example.org) by April 25.
Brought to you by
Academic Technology Advisory Committee, Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning
and User Support Services
Engaging Conversations 2014 - Privacy
We invite you to start thinking about the combinations of ideas, people and perspectives you might pull together around
the topic of…PRIVACY.
ENGAGING CONVERSATIONS - PRIVACY
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Alger 110 and nearby rooms
Deadline for Proposals - Extended: Tuesday, April 15, 2014.
In your proposal please include the title of your presentation, name(s) of presenter(s), department affiliation, any special AV
requirements, and a brief description (50-100 words) of your presentation along with a one-sentence abstract for the
program. Send your proposal to FCTL@ric.edu.
To help you brainstorm ideas, here is a list of possible topics:
- Consciousness and Privacy
- Social Policy and Privacy
- Technology and Privacy
- Individual Rights to Privacy
- Medical Ethics and Privacy
- Gun Ownership and Privacy
- Surveillance and Privacy
- DNA and Privacy
- Biometrics, Security, and Privacy
- Smartphones and Privacy
- Privacy, Genetics, Insurance, and the Corporation
- Big Data
- NSA/CIA, State Secrets, and Privacy
- Espionage vs. Freedom of Information
- Individual Privacy vs. the State
- Celebrity, Fame, and Privacy
- Cryptography: Private Communication
- Social Networking and Privacy
- Living in a Brave New Post-Privacy World
- Intellectual Privacy, Research, and Theft
- Privacy and Copyright
- Reality TV and Our New (not so) Private Lives
- Intimacy, Privacy, and Keeping Secrets
- Adoption and Privacy
- Sexual History and Privacy
- Confessional Literature and Making Private Thoughts Public
- The Internet and Privacy
- Email and Privacy
- ·∙ Individual presentations are limited to two presentations per hour.
- ·∙ Plan on 15-18 minutes for each individual presentation.
- ·∙ Group presentation proposals: plan on 40 minutes total.
- ·∙ Moderators will provide timely support to keep sessions on track.
Plan on joining us Wednesday, May 14th, 2014 for lunch and a day of
Engaging Conversations with your colleagues.
This year’s Creativity Project Committee: Karen Almeida, Teresa Coffman, Patti Nolin, Ron Pitt, Deborah Siegel, David Abrahamson,
Glenn Rawson, J. Zornado, Bonnie MacDonald.