Congratulations to Our Fall 2014 Grant Recipients
The eFellows Committee would like to thank everyone who submitted applications during the last grant cycle. We commend you on your continued pursuit to use technology to enhance the teaching and learning of students at Eastern Michigan University. The Fall 2014 eFellows Grant recipients are:
Eric Acton, College of Arts and Science
His project, "The Switchboard Corpus: Big Data for Classroom Teaching and Student Research"
James Banfield, College of Technology
His project, "Increasing Experiential Learning in Security Forensics"
Phillip L. Cardon, College of Technology
His project, "Interdisciplinary Green Screen Room"
Julie Jahn, College of Health and Human Services
Her project, "Integrated Heart Rate Monitor and Motor Performance Assessment"
Keisha Lovence, College of Health and Human Services
Her project, "Implementation of Virtual Simulation in a Nursing Health Assessment Course"
Diana Pancioni, College of Arts and Sciences
Her project, "Injection Molded Platter Profile Support"
Chris Reilly, College of Arts and Sciences
His project, "Digital Drawing Studio"
Pamela Speelman, College of Technology
Her project, "Design of eLearning Instructional Materials"
Lizbeth Stevens, College of Education
Her project, "Language Laboratory"
Carla Tayah, College of Arts and Sciences
Her project, "Teaching and Learning Mathematics with iPads"
Zuzana Tomas, College of Arts and Sciences
Her project, "Straight from the Students: Recommendations for Effective Writing from Sources"