Thursday, August 23 (Morning Sessions)

9:00-10:50 a.m. Dealing with Academic Dishonesty in a Technological World
(Presenter: Mike Puglisi/Felicia Mitchell) BY 121
This workshop will (a) touch on common and emerging types of plagiarism, (b) examine academic dishonesty within classroom settings, (c) make practical suggestions about how to deter plagiarism and cheating, (d) highlight Internet-based aids for identifying plagiarism, and (e) summarize fair and equitable responses to academic dishonesty with attention to our Academic Code and Honor Code.

9:00-10:50 a.m. Behind the PebblePad Curtain: Understanding ATLAS as a Quasi-LMS and Information Collection Space
(Presenter: Bradley Hartsell) Kelly Library,
McGowan Room
Learn how PebblePad’s “back end,” ATLAS, can function as an LMS, allowing for grading, deadlines, feedback, and data collection; the integration between Moodle and Pebble Pad/ATLAS will be covered, allowing faculty to link these accounts. The housing of institutional forms and applications in ATLAS (which can increase administrative efficiency and save on un-necessary printing) will also be discussed.

9:00-10:50 a.m. The Institution’s Business Policies and Procedures for 2018-2019
(Presenter: Benita Bare) MS 147
The policies and procedures will be reviewed during this session and the Business Procedures Handbook will be provided as a reference. A time for question and comments will be provided. It is recommended that all Budget Managers, Administrative Assistants, Department and Division Chairs attend this workshop. Also held on Tuesday, 8/21, 1-2:50 p.m.

9:00-10:50 a.m. Potential for Scholarship in Teaching and Learning
(Presenter: Eric Grossman) WIL 201
How much of class time should be lecture? How do we get students to read the text on their own? Should students use their devices during class? While we won’t answer these questions, we will evaluate our collective interest in using our own courses as case studies to advance the scholarship of teaching and learning. We will formulate research questions and collaborate on answering them this year.

11:00-11:30 a.m. World of Campus Recreation
(Presenter: Peter Stevenson) VCC Room 307
A short presentation followed by Q&A and a tour of the Village Community Center.

11:00-11:50 a.m. Moodle for Beginners
(Presenter: Valerie Lewis) MS 147
Learn the basics: posting documents, communicating with students, and collecting assignments.

11:00 -11:50 a.m. Integrative Learning through Projects, Reflection, and Sharing
(Presenter: Tracy Lauder/Joe Vess) Ampersand Center, Bondurant Connection Space
How can we incorporate the foundational pedagogical elements of the Quality Enhancement Plan into our courses? The conversation will focus on project-based assignments, critical reflection work, presentation skills, and ePortfolio.

11:00 -11:50 a.m. Overview of Marketing & Communications, The McGlothlin Center and WEHC 90.7 Operations
(Presenter: Jennifer Pearce/Leah Prater/Rachael Wilbur/ Richard Graves/Dirk Moore/Jamie Smyth) BY 121
Meet our new team members, learn about new processes, and see the latest updates to the graphics standards.