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Anderson Hall, Room 020
725 S. Church Street
West Chester, PA 19383


Email: RECAP@wcupa.edu

  • Resources for the Electronic Classroom: A Faculty-Student Partnership
    May 14, 2015 | A Technology Conference for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

  • Resources for the Electronic Classroom: A Faculty-Student Partnership
    May 14, 2015 | A Technology Conference for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

  • Resources for the Electronic Classroom: A Faculty-Student Partnership
    May 14, 2015 | A Technology Conference for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

  • Resources for the Electronic Classroom: A Faculty-Student Partnership
    May 14, 2015 | A Technology Conference for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

  • Resources for the Electronic Classroom: A Faculty-Student Partnership
    May 14, 2015 | A Technology Conference for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

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Sessions

RECAP Conference sessions align with one of the session themes identified by the RECAP Planning and Content teams as representing current topics of interest in higher education. We are working on bringing some great sessions to the RECAP 2015 Conference, stop back in Spring 2015 for a list of sessions!

Session Themes

Mobile Pedagogy Designing Instruction: For Flipped, Blended or Online

About These Sessions

Flipped, Blended and Online instruction use technology to transform the way students learn. Sessions in this theme will illustrate strategies, tools and techniques to design and deliver instruction in these various formats.

Sessions to be announced.

Engaging Students Engaging Students

About These Sessions

Engaging students in the learning process can result in a positive impact on learning outcomes. There are many technology choices available in today’s digital age that can bring students from the sideline into the game, increasing engagement and enabling student achievement. Presenters in this theme will explore all types of technology implementations and strategies they have used to engage students in today’s digital education environment.

Sessions to be announced.

Digital Assessment Managing Content

About These Sessions

There are many resources available to provide content for our courses, digital, video, print, interactive and more. Sessions within this area of focus will showcase strategies for locating, curating, sharing and documenting the many different materials that we infuse into our courses. Possible topics include, use of intellectual property, curation and management of content, to creating content that can be “read” by all types of devices, accessible documents, and video streaming utilities plus more!

Sessions to be announced.

Conquering the Content Assessing Learning

About These Sessions

With an increase of assessment choices for instructors, a variety of techniques are used to evaluate learning outcomes. This theme exemplifies the many digital assessment tools that are being used to assess learning, including online testing, eportfolios, surveys, student response systems, rubrics and others.

Sessions to be announced.

Technology and Universal Design Reaching Higher: From Basic Tasks to Higher Order Learning Skills

About These Sessions

Critical and creative thinking, collaboration and communication are increasingly important and necessary for students to succeed as citizens, workers and leaders in a global society. How are you using technology to climb to the top of Blooms Taxonomy in your class and develop those crucial higher order thinking skills?

Sessions to be announced.

Session Formats

Sessions are presented in one of two formats; Small Group Discussion or Sharing/Demonstration.

Small Group Discussion

About These Sessions

These sessions encourage participant dialogue on a topic, current issue or innovative approach to teaching and learning in a small group of 15 or less participants.

Sharing/Demonstration

About These Sessions

Sharing/Demonstration sessions focus on sharing or modeling innovative uses of technology while allowing for interaction among participants. These sessions address "how-to" as well as "why-to".