Posts By: Caitlin O'Leary

Stephen ITEL Project Develops Rubrics for Multimedia Projects

In early February, Professor Betsi Stephen, Associate Professor of Demography in the School of Foreign Service and chair of the CNDLS Faculty Advisory Board, presented at the Workshop on Intercultural Skills Enhancement (WISE) and Conference in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Stephen and colleague Karen Wardzala, who is the Assistant Director of Overseas Living & Learning Communities… Read more »

New Site on Tools and Services for Teaching and Learning Now Available

Earlier this month, CNDLS launched a new mini-site under the Teaching & Technology section of its website. This site provides an overview of all tools and services available at Georgetown University that support teaching, learning, and collaboration. The creation of this site stemmed from a shared desire among several departments to have information about Georgetown’s… Read more »

Lubkin and Screen ITEL Project Explores a Flipped Model for the ESL Classroom

Jennifer Lubkin and Andrew Screen have been busy implementing an ITEL project that explores the flipped classroom model in an ESL setting.  In the most recent issue of The Prospect, which can be viewed here, CNDLS highlighted Lubkin’s and Screen’s work; they received Level II funding from the first round of ITEL to flip their… Read more »

Kaltman ITEL Project Creates Simulations for Patient Communication

Professor Stacey Kaltman of the Psychiatry Department has been implementing a first-round ITEL project on Enhancing Teaching in Physician-Patient Communication to prepare students for the OSCE, a clinical examination that all medical students must take. After noticing the limitations in current traditional teaching approaches, Professor Kaltman identified online simulations as a strategy to teach both… Read more »

Introducing the Latest CNDLS Innovation: SCORMie

Over the course of the semester, CNDLS has been supporting the 28 faculty projects that were funded during the first funding round of the Initiative on Technology-Enhanced Learning (ITEL). As is often the case at CNDLS, one innovation engenders another.  For example, Linguistics Professor Jeffrey Connor-Linton’s Level II ITEL project inspired Assistant Director of Research… Read more »

Biology Professor Anne Rosenwald Awarded with Microbiology Residency

CNDLS would like to congratulate Georgetown professor Anne Rosenwald (Biology) for a recent recognition she received for her dedication to teaching. In September 2013, the American Society for Microbiology (ASM) selected Rosenwald as one of nineteen biologists nationwide to participate in a one-year residency supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF). During her year in… Read more »