Poster Session

Second Floor Atrium, Health Sciences Building

4:00 – 6:30 PM, Monday May 14th, 2013

1:Undergraduate Research:  Opening Doors and Windows
Anne Boettcher, Department of Biology, University of South Alabama and Julio Turrens Biomedical Sciences, University of South Alabama

2: Incorporating a Blog in Online Quality Management Courses
Alan Chow and Nancy Lambe, Department of Management, University of South Alabama

3: How Does Advanced Placement and Higher-Level International Baccalaureate Students’ Instruction Compare to That of College Students Taking Inorganic Chemistry?
Barbara Hall, Science Department, Davidson High School

4: Motivation of Professional Educators
Ron Morgan, Emergency Medical Services Education, University of South Alabama and Fred Baker, Instructional Design and Development, University of South Alabama

5: Exploring the Support of Technology Utilization and Teamwork among Graduate Assistants and Faculty in a College of Education
Lindsay Parvin, Department of Leadership and Teacher Education, University of South Alabama, Ashley Ryals, Department of Elementary Education, University of South Alabama, Paige Vitulli, Department of Leadership and Teacher Education, University of South Alabama and John Strange,  Department of Professional Studies, University of South Alabama

6: Group Challenge Activities to Facilitate Student Interaction in an Online Course
Robin Pattillo, Department of Adult Health Nursing, University of South Alabama

7: Pedagogical Design Strategies: Accounting for Personality-Based Instructional Preferences
Thomas Rausch, Department of Professional Studies, University of South Alabama

8: TEAM USA: Team-Based Learning at the University of South Alabama
Ronald Styron, Academic Affairs, University of South Alabama

9: Technology and Teamwork: Collaboration in the COE “Collaboratory”
Paige Vitulli, Leadership and Teacher Education, University of South Alabama and Joel Lewis, Professional Studies, University of South Alabama

10: Taking the Step: From Student to Teacher
Nan Young Perez Uribe, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work, University of South Alabama