Creighton University

Assessing the Effect of Video and Virtual Reality as Pedagogy

(Friday, Oct. 6; 11:15-1; Skutt SC, Room 105; lunch will be provided)

The Office of Academic Excellence and Assessment annually sponsors the AEA Development Grant Program to provide “seed” money for a work in its early stages that is relevant to the assessment of student learning or develops a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) project. This luncheon series of presentations is designed to familiarize the campus with the grant recipients and their projects.   This year’s Development Grant projects are grouped thematically and will be presented during each 90-minute luncheon.

Assessing the Effect of Video and Virtual Reality as Pedagogy
To register:

   “Assessment of Clinical Knowledge and Interprofessional Collaboration during Multidisciplinary Telehealth Case
       Kimberley Begley, Amy Pick, Katie Packard – School of Pharmacy and Health Professions and Alan Klem; Amy Lane – College of Arts
       and Sciences, Fine and Performing Arts, Theater

   “Assessing the Effectiveness of the Use of Videos for Teaching Mediation Skills”
       Kathy Gonzales and Amanda Guidero –Graduate School, Interdisciplinary Studies

   “Stepping into the Map: Using Virtual Reality and Digital Mapping to Increase Experiential Learning Across Disciplines”
       George F. (Guy) McHendry – College of Arts and Sciences, Communication Studies; Adam Sundberg – College of Arts and Sciences, History
   “The Use of Augmented Reality Photospheres in the College of Nursing to Decrease Student Anxiety”
       Sarah Ball, Jacque Miller, Anne Schoening, Dana Koziol, Kandis McCafferty, Cindy Selig, Christine Murcek, Ethan Fukuda,
       Emily Koster - College of Nursing; Mark Panning – Creighton Research and Development (RAD) Team