Using Technology to Educate the Whole Person
This cohort explores how existing technologies can be used to enable such things as deep reflection, integration of learning, and respectful engagement with the opinions of others in order to develop models of learning that help expand and deepen the Jesuit value of educating the whole person.
Cohort FacilitatorsMindy McWilliams, James Olsen, John Rakestraw
Anna Trester, Linguistics | Spring 2014
"Virtual Guest Speakers for Professionalization Seminar"
Dana Luciano, English | Spring 2014
"Introduction to Queer Theory"
J.R. Osborn, Communications, Culture and Technology | Spring 2014
"Unmixing Graphic Design"
Jason Tilan, Nursing | Spring 2014
"The Whole Person and Physiological Adaptations"
Lahra Smith, African Studies | Spring 2014
"Using Technology to Improve the African Studies Capstone"
Rachel Brady, Center for Child and Human Development | Spring 2014
"Interactive Module for Pediatric Seminar"
Robert Patterson, English | Spring 2014
"Incorporating social media into Black (Pop) Culture & Politics"
Yulia Chentsova-Dutton, Psychology | Spring 2014
"Using class blogs to explore the daily lives of student peers in other cultural contexts"