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Thursday, January 11
 

8:45am

ATE Kickoff
Welcome message and overview of the ATE event.

Thursday January 11, 2018 8:45am - 9:00am
iHub Three Partners Place, 201 David L Boren Blvd, Norman, OK 73072

9:00am

IRB: What to Know and Where to Go
This workshop will focus on understanding the OU Norman Campus IRB process and requirements. Attendees will work through real-life study designs from the IRB perspective, focusing on potential participant risks. The workshop will also discuss the pending Common Rule changes, with attendees having time at the end of the workshop to ask questions and share concerns.

Speakers
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Sierra Smith

As Director of the Norman Campus Institutional Review Board (IRB), Sierra Smith is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day responsibilities of the office. Sierra strives to make the IRB a resource for researchers, rather than a roadblock in their paths for success. She has worked... Read More →


Thursday January 11, 2018 9:00am - 10:00am
iHub Classroom Three Partners Place, 201 David L Boren Blvd, Norman, OK 73072

10:00am

OU IT Learning Spaces Overview
More info coming soon!

Speakers
avatar for Kevin Buck

Kevin Buck

As a Digital Spaces Specialist, Kevin Buck primarily focuses on assisting faculty and students with the use of a variety of technologies to enhance the learning experience. Kevin has taken a growing interest in digital media and mobile solutions. Kevin works with OU MyMedia, aiming... Read More →


Thursday January 11, 2018 10:00am - 11:00am
iHub Classroom Three Partners Place, 201 David L Boren Blvd, Norman, OK 73072

11:00am

Finding Open Educational Resources for Your Class
Instructors often indicate willingness to use open educational resources (OER), but they do not know how or where to find them. This hands-on workshop will help break down that barrier! Jen Waller (OU Libraries) will help you discover quality OER repositories and use effective search strategies. Please attend with a laptop or tablet, as this is a hands-on session where you will be performing guided searches within your own discipline.

Speakers
avatar for Jen Waller

Jen Waller

OER & Scholarly Communication Coordinator, University of Oklahoma
Jen Waller works as the University of Oklahoma Libraries’ Open Educational Resources and Scholarly Communication Coordinator. In this role she manages the Libraries’ OER initiatives, including the Alternative Textbook Grant, and she coordinates the Libraries’ scholarly communication... Read More →


Thursday January 11, 2018 11:00am - 12:00pm
iHub Classroom Three Partners Place, 201 David L Boren Blvd, Norman, OK 73072

11:00am

Video Production for Course Showcase and 5PP Studio Tour
More info coming soon!

Speakers
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Biff Farrell

William ‚"Biff" Farrell is an Academic Multimedia Specialist and Director of Video at the Office of Digital Learning, housed within the University of Oklahoma. Working with OU faculty and staff he designs online instruction, implements and produces video for different learning environments... Read More →


Thursday January 11, 2018 11:00am - 12:00pm
iHub FabLab Lecture Space Three Partners Place, 201 David L Boren Blvd, Norman, OK 73072

12:00pm

Lunch Keynote
Dave King has been involved in high-tech entrepreneurship since the early 1990s. He has over 15 years experience in all aspects of software development, from system architecture to large-scale database design to the psychology of user interfaces and management of Agile development teams. Dave helped pioneer paperless manufacturing information systems in the electronics industry, then focused on designing extensible software systems for ad hoc visualization and analysis of large-scale multidimensional datasets. In 2011, Dave saw the need for a more modular and cross-disciplinary approach to data science and founded Exaptive, Inc. in order to pursue ways that technology and community can be combined to facilitate innovation. In 2015, his company was named as one of five Cool New Vendors in the life sciences by Gartner and an Innovator of Year by the Journal Record and in 2016 was selected by the Bloor Group as one of the top 10 companies and technologies to watch, as well as the Most Promising New Business from the Oklahoma Venture Forum. Dave holds a BS from MIT in electrical engineering and computer science.

Speakers

Thursday January 11, 2018 12:00pm - 1:00pm
iHub Classroom Three Partners Place, 201 David L Boren Blvd, Norman, OK 73072

1:30pm

Supporting 3D/VR in Academic Research and Instruction at OU Libraries: Challenges and Future Directions Pt. 1
This presentation will discuss work being conducted at OU Libraries to develop strategies and best practices for supporting  3D/VR technologies in research and instruction. It focuses primarily on the data curation and preservation challenges that these new digital tools present. Starting in January 2016, OU Libraries has been deploying a network of VR workstations across the Norman campus. Since then, Emerging Technology Librarians have successfully integrated VR into courses and research applications in diverse fields such as architecture, structural biology, anthropology, and medical imaging, demonstrating the capabilities of VR to enhance spatial thinking, visual literacy, and embodied information acquisition in a variety of contexts. Along with these new academic potentials of 3D/VR, emerge new challenges, including how to properly document and manage 3D research data throughout the research lifecycle, and how to support complex configurations of hardware and software as they change over time. This presentation will draw from real-world experiences of deploying 3D/VR in research and teaching to suggest some strategies and future directions for 3D/VR implementation.

Speakers
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Zack Lischer-Katz

Zack Lischer-Katz is CLIR (Council on Library and Information Resources) Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Data Curation at University of Oklahoma Libraries. In his fellowship, Zack is developing guidelines for curating research data associated with virtual reality and 3D models, and... Read More →


Thursday January 11, 2018 1:30pm - 2:30pm
iHub Classroom Three Partners Place, 201 David L Boren Blvd, Norman, OK 73072

1:30pm

Mini Unconference
In this afternoon session, we will gather informal sessions centered on whatever questions and discussions the participants suggest.. This mini unConference is intentionally unscripted to allow attendees to propose and select topics they wish to discuss with others across campus. Whether you want to talk about your experiences with research tools, your favorite ways to create instructional videos for students, the best technologies to build community in the classroom, or (virtually) anything that’s on your mind, come ready to share and discuss!

Speakers
avatar for Keegan Long-Wheeler

Keegan Long-Wheeler

Educator | Open Practitioner | Web Creator | Design Dabbler | Instructional Hacker/Remixer | Game Maker | Ed Technologist/Problem solver of last resort @TeachOU Let's make learning more fun, together! | | My favorite project at the moment is eXperience Play (https://experienceplay.education... Read More →


Thursday January 11, 2018 1:30pm - 3:30pm
iHub Three Partners Place, 201 David L Boren Blvd, Norman, OK 73072

2:30pm

Supporting 3D/VR in Academic Research and Instruction at OU Libraries: Challenges and Future Directions Pt. 2
This presentation will discuss work being conducted at OU Libraries to develop strategies and best practices for supporting  3D/VR technologies in research and instruction. It focuses primarily on the data curation and preservation challenges that these new digital tools present. Starting in January 2016, OU Libraries has been deploying a network of VR workstations across the Norman campus. Since then, Emerging Technology Librarians have successfully integrated VR into courses and research applications in diverse fields such as architecture, structural biology, anthropology, and medical imaging, demonstrating the capabilities of VR to enhance spatial thinking, visual literacy, and embodied information acquisition in a variety of contexts. Along with these new academic potentials of 3D/VR, emerge new challenges, including how to properly document and manage 3D research data throughout the research lifecycle, and how to support complex configurations of hardware and software as they change over time. This presentation will draw from real-world experiences of deploying 3D/VR in research and teaching to suggest some strategies and future directions for 3D/VR implementation.

Speakers
ZL

Zack Lischer-Katz

Zack Lischer-Katz is CLIR (Council on Library and Information Resources) Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Data Curation at University of Oklahoma Libraries. In his fellowship, Zack is developing guidelines for curating research data associated with virtual reality and 3D models, and... Read More →


Thursday January 11, 2018 2:30pm - 3:30pm
iHub Classroom Three Partners Place, 201 David L Boren Blvd, Norman, OK 73072

3:30pm

Game Design as Pedagogy
Games are an increasingly common part of classroom education. Whether we’re gamifying the structure of a course or bringing in a game to teach a particular concept, the interactivity increases student engagement and creates memorable learning experiences. In this presentation, we will discuss strategies for enabling students to design games. Building games as a course project challenges students to identify and teach the key concepts in course material. This design challenge seeks to facilitate transference while students produce games that are memorable and reusable.

Speakers
avatar for Keegan Long-Wheeler

Keegan Long-Wheeler

Educator | Open Practitioner | Web Creator | Design Dabbler | Instructional Hacker/Remixer | Game Maker | Ed Technologist/Problem solver of last resort @TeachOU Let's make learning more fun, together! | | My favorite project at the moment is eXperience Play (https://experienceplay.education... Read More →
avatar for John Stewart

John Stewart

Assistant Director for Digital Learning, University of Oklahoma
John Stewart is the assistant director for the Office of Digital Learning at the University of Oklahoma. John is interested in using games in the classroom promoting digital literacy and opportunities for undergraduate research. Before joining the center, John lectured on history... Read More →


Thursday January 11, 2018 3:30pm - 4:30pm
iHub Classroom Three Partners Place, 201 David L Boren Blvd, Norman, OK 73072
 
Friday, January 12
 

8:00am

Attendee Check-In
Friday January 12, 2018 8:00am - 9:00am
OMU Ballroom 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

9:00am

Adding Light Board Magic to Teaching and Learning (New Innovations from The Office of Digital Learning)
Light Boards have the ability to heighten engagement with students in both a face-to-face, and fully online courses. Instructors can now maintain eye contact while writing on the glowing light board.
Please join us to see how faculty are using this new technology to better engage with students. The session will also offer an overview other video solutions, including captioning, production services and mymedia.ou.edu - your video repository for teaching and learning.



Speakers
BF

Biff Farrell

William ‚"Biff" Farrell is an Academic Multimedia Specialist and Director of Video at the Office of Digital Learning, housed within the University of Oklahoma. Working with OU faculty and staff he designs online instruction, implements and produces video for different learning environments... Read More →


Friday January 12, 2018 9:00am - 9:30am
OMU Heritage Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

9:00am

Which Data for What: Understanding the Differences Between Official and Operational Data Sources
The term "data-driven" is used a lot in higher education these days. A vast amount of data is produced each day in the course of university business, but it's not always clear which sources are appropriate for what uses. This session will explain the differences between official and operational data and provide an overview of resources - of both types - currently available to the university community. The session will be divided between a presentation and Q&A period.

Speakers
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Susannah Livingood

Susannah Livingood is the Associate Provost and Director of Institutional Research & Reporting at the University of Oklahoma. She has a BA in Anthropology from UNC-Chapel Hill and a Master of Information from the University of Michigan. Her professional memberships include SAIR, AIR... Read More →


Friday January 12, 2018 9:00am - 10:00am
OMU Associates Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

9:00am

How To Protect Yourself From Ransomware
More info coming soon!

Speakers
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Ron Fellhauer

Ron Fellhauer, Executive Director, Security & Risk Management / CISOAs the Executive Director of Information Security & IT Risk Management, Ron leads OU IT’s Information Security Teams. These teams partner with OU IT teams and campus departments to design and implement effective... Read More →


Friday January 12, 2018 9:00am - 10:00am
OMU Frontier Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

9:00am

Removing the Handcuffs of Physical Lab Spaces: The Next Generation of Community Engagement
Lab spaces at OU are undergoing a shift in vision and usage. While department and student need for these spaces increases, the availability is declining in number. How can OU IT be proactive in addressing these changes and address needs?




OU Learning Spaces is expanding accessibility to many lab services on the Norman campus. Software virtualization from Software2 and cloud printing via WEPA will play a big part in how our team addresses student needs and incorporate the use of personal devices.

Speakers
avatar for Justin Miller

Justin Miller

Learning Spaces
Justin is the Technical Coordinator for the Learning Spaces team and has been working for OU Information Technology for 4 years. Wearing many hats on a given day, Justin maintains printing, software licensing, and OS/Software imaging of 536 lab computers in 13 different buildings... Read More →


Friday January 12, 2018 9:00am - 10:00am
OMU Scholars Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

9:00am

Overview of The National Environmental Simulation and Testing (NEST) Facility
The infrastructure of the United States is composed of more than $4T in weather susceptible components.  The ability to create physics based weather phenomena to test the susceptibility of these components is limited in most cases to a single phenomenon and on a small scale.  Our project, the National Environmental Simulation and Testing (NEST) facility is to develop a capability where equipment manufacturers can bring their equipment for full-scale, multi-phenomena, repeatable, and replicable environmental testing.  A collocated feature of the NEST will be a Computational Collaboratory which will utilize sophisticated computer models to simulate and calibrate against, and extend the capabilities of physical experiments in the NEST.  In addition to product testing, our facility will support the State of Oklahoma, the region, and the mission of University of Oklahoma by providing economic development, furthering our leadership in Weather and Radar development, and an education and research capability.  The size of the facility creates a space where multiple tests with multiple weather phenomena can be accomplished simultaneously.  The range of industries being targeted for testing include aviation, power grid, packaging, transportation, construction, crop resilience, fire dynamics, and communications.  Rain, wind, hail, diurnal cycles, extreme temperature, altitude, high pressure, anechoic, acoustic, structural, and vibration testing capabilities will be included.  The size of the facility will provide the flexibility and reconfigurability to perform testing today, tomorrow, and for the next 50 years.

Speakers
RH

Robert Huck

Director of Engineering and Planning, NEST, Office of the Vice President for ResearchDirector of Applied Research and Unmanned Systems, Gallogly College of EngineeringAssociate Director for Operations, Center for Autonomous Sensing and Sampling Robert Huck previously served as the... Read More →


Friday January 12, 2018 9:00am - 10:00am
OMU Regents Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

9:00am

Tracking the Impact Of Your Research
Quantitative metrics such as citations and journal impact factors have long been used in measuring the impact of published research. Additional article-level metrics are emerging to capture more details about how research is being used in an online environment. This session will describe some of these metrics, introduce tools that enable researchers to use and interpret them, and describe the support available from the University Libraries.

Speakers

Friday January 12, 2018 9:00am - 10:00am
OMU Presidents Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

9:00am

If you can't fight 'em, join 'em! Increasing classroom engagement using students' own devices as response tools.
Instructors are continually looking for simple ways to create a more active learning environment for students in their classes. One popular solution has been to implement clickers; however, faculty still face the battle of keeping students off of their phones. This session will introduce TopHat, a new BYOD program that allows students to use their own devices to participate in active learning during class. Specific examples for classroom use and best practices will be discussed.

Speakers

Friday January 12, 2018 9:00am - 10:00am
OMU Governors Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

9:30am

Top 10 Ways to Engage Your Students with Canvas
This rapid-fire presentation by the College of Arts and Sciences Online and Academic Technology Office will equip instructors to better use Canvas to engage their students. During this presentation, you will learn what it is that students like best about Canvas and how to effectively implement its use in your course. Topics include syllabi, homepages, calendar, app, modules, and understanding the student view of tools (grades, assignments, etc.)


Friday January 12, 2018 9:30am - 10:00am
OMU Heritage Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

10:00am

Sharing Oklahoma's archival treasures through Digital Public Library of America
Just recently, the state of Oklahoma joined a prestigious group of institutions that provide access to their digital collections through one portal, the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA).  Through the DPLA, educators and students can discover special collections belonging to participating institutions, such as the Smithsonian, the Library of Congress, Harvard Library, New York Public Library, and now Oklahoma has joined the fold by contributing more than 100,000 digitized items. This session will cover the Oklahoma collections that have been added to DPLA and plans for adding more Oklahoma content in the future. 





Speakers

Friday January 12, 2018 10:00am - 10:55am
OMU Presidents Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

10:00am

Track That in Trello: Using the Online Collaboration Tool in Your Office
In a busy office, progress can be hard to track what's being worked on, who's working on it, where in the process are we? Trello is a free online tool that organizes projects into boards. Come hear from offices on campus that use Trello in a variety of ways: training new staff members, planning events, juggling multiple projects, and beyond!
Outcomes
1. Identify processes in your own office that can be facilitated through Trello
2. Navigate the Trello basics by making boards, lists, and cards





Speakers
avatar for Barbara Laufersweiler

Barbara Laufersweiler

Director, Digital Collections & Digitization, University Libraries, University of Oklahoma
Doing digitization of special collections materials at OU since 2012 -- early printed books and manuscripts, maps, and manuscript collections, for OU’s History of Science, Western History, and other collections.
CS

Caroline Serce

Caroline advises students and the university community regarding student immigration regulations including travel, employment, and maintenance of status. Caroline has studied abroad in Israel, and holds a BA in Linguistics from the University of Oklahoma. She has traveled to Europe... Read More →


Friday January 12, 2018 10:00am - 11:00am
OMU Associates Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

10:00am

Little Phish in a Big Pond
Jason Close will be presenting a recent study of a phishing outbreak at the University of Oklahoma, as well as what IT Security is doing to combat the problem.  He will be proposing solutions and will discuss Security tools, challenges faced by IT Security in an environment like a large University, as well as what users can do to protect themselves and the University

Speakers

Friday January 12, 2018 10:00am - 11:00am
OMU Frontier Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

10:00am

The 'Ins' and 'Outs' of AV
This will be an in-depth look at what all is involved in an AV system in an academic technology environment.  The topic will cover what all is involved in the system, the purpose behind the technology and a survey of what new technologies should we look at incorporating into the classroom.

Speakers
MW

Michael Williams

Learning Spaces
I am the Sr AV engineer for OUIT - Learning Spaces.  I have been doing Audio Visual installation and engineering for 15 yrs. I am responsible for the design and support of Centrally scheduled classrooms on campus and other spaces that we have SLA's for.  I strive to be innovative... Read More →


Friday January 12, 2018 10:00am - 11:00am
OMU Scholars Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

10:00am

ARC: Archival Research Collections at the University of Oklahoma, a single online portal for discovery!
The University of Oklahoma is home to an incredible number of archival research collections, spread across at least 10 departments. ARC is both a consortium of member departments and an online portal providing centralized access to standardized inventories. Rather than visit separate databases for each department and/or collection, researchers can now search the databases of multiple repositories at once, drastically reducing the time and energy it takes to identify relevant materials.

Speakers
NG

Nathan Gerth

ARC: Archival Research Collections at OU
avatar for Bailey Hoffner

Bailey Hoffner

Bailey Hoffner is Curator & Archivist at the American Organ Institute Archives and Library at the OU School of Music. Her areas of expertise are project management, outreach, and grant writing/development and she enjoys finding innovative ways to make archival materials more accessible... Read More →


Friday January 12, 2018 10:00am - 11:00am
OMU Regents Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

10:00am

It's Not Greek to Me - Data Mining in Modern Languages for Effective Program Administration
An academic study on how constant data mining can improve departmental decision making and student success within the classroom. Using studies from the Russian and Italian language departments, this presentation highlights the key factors that influence the way in which professors teach and develop classes as well as the way chairs administer their departments. This study brings to light the many different changeable factors that influence both a student's and department's ability to succeed.

Speakers
CK

Conrad K. Lofton

University College


Friday January 12, 2018 10:00am - 11:00am
OMU Governors Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

11:00am

Meet Institutional Research: A Review of Resources and Services Provided by IRR
Institutional Research & Reporting is charged with providing official information about OU to federal and state agencies, as well as to the general public. We also provide decision-making support to central administration. What's less commonly known is that IRR also has information useful to department chairs, grant writers, etc. Come learn more about IRR's information services, and see a demonstration of our interactive data portal, Minerva.

Speakers
SL

Susannah Livingood

Susannah Livingood is the Associate Provost and Director of Institutional Research & Reporting at the University of Oklahoma. She has a BA in Anthropology from UNC-Chapel Hill and a Master of Information from the University of Michigan. Her professional memberships include SAIR, AIR... Read More →


Friday January 12, 2018 11:00am - 12:00pm
OMU Associates Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

11:00am

CRM for a better experience and better decision making
The University of Oklahoma Information Technology department has been piloting a CRM initiative for several months.  Leveraging the Salesforce platform, we have been able to improve the customer experience and the quality of our business decisions based upon real-time data from our customers.  In this session we will share and explore some key components of this program including timely data integration, customer feedback loops, and SaaS & the joy of extensibility!

Speakers
avatar for Ken Kniskern

Ken Kniskern

Innovation & Experience Lead, University of Oklahoma - Information Technology
Ken is an experienced manager and skilled people developer with 15 years of strategic leadership experience in information technology. | | He is currently working on a pilot of the Salesforce.com platform to aggregate service data and Wave Analytics to create visualizations... Read More →


Friday January 12, 2018 11:00am - 12:00pm
OMU Scholars Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

11:00am

Student Panel - Students Answer Your Questions About Classroom Technology
We will hear from an array of students about their preferences and experiences with technology – inside and outside of the classroom.

Speakers
CK

Chris Kobza

Chris Kobza, Executive Director of Campus and Community Engagement As Executive Director of Campus and Community Engagement, Chris leads OU IT's Strategy, Marketing & Communications, and Learning Spaces teams. This team will continue its evolution toward deep, strategic engagement... Read More →


Friday January 12, 2018 11:00am - 12:00pm
OMU Frontier Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

11:00am

Open Books, Open Minds
Co-presenters Jen Waller (OU Libraries), Julie Ward (MLLL), and Maeghan Hennessey (EDPY) will discuss the benefits of the OU Libraries Alternative Textbook Grant and how it paved the way for the incorporation of open pedagogy and a student-centered experience. The presenters' reflections about their collaboration, combined with practical "how-to's," will allow attendees to gain insight and empathy into the collaborative nature of "openness."

Speakers
avatar for Jen Waller

Jen Waller

OER & Scholarly Communication Coordinator, University of Oklahoma
Jen Waller works as the University of Oklahoma Libraries’ Open Educational Resources and Scholarly Communication Coordinator. In this role she manages the Libraries’ OER initiatives, including the Alternative Textbook Grant, and she coordinates the Libraries’ scholarly communication... Read More →


Friday January 12, 2018 11:00am - 12:00pm
OMU Regents Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

11:00am

Results from the 2016-2017 OU Research Computing and Data Resources Survey
In the fall 2016, a survey request championed by the Dean of OU Libraries, the CIO of OU IT, and VPR was created to collect information Research Computing and Data Resources. Early 2017, the survey was sent out to campus faculty and graduate students. Over 675 responses were gathered from nearly every college representing many departments and centers.

This talk will present preliminary results from the survey. A roadmap will also be presented outlining the follow-up activities for the survey.



Speakers
avatar for Mark Laufersweiler

Mark Laufersweiler

Dr. Mark Laufersweiler has always had a strong interest in computers, computing, data, and data visualization. Mark started at OU as the Computer Systems Coordinator for the School of Meteorology from 1999-2013.  Part of his duties included managing the real-time data feed and maintaining... Read More →


Friday January 12, 2018 11:00am - 12:00pm
OMU Presidents Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

11:00am

How I personalized my undergraduate course with badges
In my undergraduate course, I have students do many activities to experiment with new technologies. I am now entering my 4th semester of having students complete badges for these activities and do short reflections leading one paper at the end of the semester. It has reduced my grading. It has allowed me to give students more options, personalize their learning, and streamline activities. Problems include procrastination and difficulty making choices.

Speakers
CJ

Cat Jackson

Cat Jackson is a Ph. D. student in the Instructional Psychology and Technology program at the University of Oklahoma. She discovered her passion for educational technology when teaching in K12 before eventually working as a technology specialist in higher education. Cat has experience... Read More →


Friday January 12, 2018 11:00am - 12:00pm
OMU Heritage Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

11:00am

Using Turnitin.com Tools on the new Canvas Platform & Other Tools to "Defeat the Cheat" in Online Classrooms
With the recent transition to the Canvas platform, instructors who use Turnitin.com may experience changes in how this feature now works with online submission of papers. Will Spain from the Office of Academic Integrity Programs (OAIP) will walk users through the options in setting up a Canvas Dropbox with the Turnitin.com feature enabled. OAIP staff will also be available to answer questions and provide tips on preventing other kinds of academic misconduct in the online setting.

Speakers
WS

Will Spain

Office of Academic Integrity Programs


Friday January 12, 2018 11:00am - 12:00pm
OMU Governors Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

12:00pm

Friday Keynote
How can we understand equal access to technology and information in the digital age? Dr. Chris Gilliard’s lecture looks at how technology policies, practices, and investment decisions, especially in educational settings, create differential access and outcomes in colleges and universities. These processes, collectively understood as “digital redlining,” need to be understood and countered in order to create a more equitable educational structure.

Speakers

Friday January 12, 2018 12:00pm - 1:30pm
OMU Ballroom 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

1:30pm

Achieving Information Dominance with SAS
Over the past year using SAS and leveraging cross-campus partnerships, Strategic Technology has helped ESFS achieve ‚ "Information Dominance." This ensures all departments within ESFS have full clarity and insight into the life-cycle of a prospective student, promoting greater operational effectiveness and efficiency. In this session, insights and obstacles from the initial predictive models, how they have since evolved, and what future projects have been undertaken will be shared.

Speakers
avatar for Brendan Klein

Brendan Klein

Enrollment & Student Financial Services
Having served his country in the United States Navy prior to working as an analyst for the last 9 years (over 6 of which have been spent at OU), Brendan relies on a mission focused approach to maintain operational readiness and effectiveness in an ever-changing business environme... Read More →



Friday January 12, 2018 1:30pm - 2:30pm
OMU Associates Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

1:30pm

ONE Portal Q&A
Find out what is on the horizon and ask anything you ever wondered about One. This interactive session will start with an overview of what is on the horizon in One for students, faculty, advisors and staff. Then the floor will be open for questions.

Speakers
LB

Lindsey Bond

Lindsey arrived at OU nearly 10 years ago to help implement the oZONE student portal. She has been a longtime champion of a better digital user experience for students, faculty and advisors and now enjoys working with an entire team dedicated to that end. As the product manager for... Read More →


Friday January 12, 2018 1:30pm - 2:30pm
OMU Frontier Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

1:30pm

Utilizing Desk to enhance the experience of Ask The Sooners/Ask IT
This session will outline how OU's desk.com service helps IT and our campus partners clearly and easily present our information and assistance content to the OU community through our askthesooners.ou.edu portal. We will also outline how desk.com helps to manage social media interactions and provides tools to handle customer queries with its built-in ticket support system.

Speakers
AH

Andrew Hoehne

Andrew Hoehne is a Knowledge Management Specialist with the OU Information Technology Services Team. He received his BA from the University of Oklahoma in Political Science and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Oklahoma School of Law. Andrew began working for OU in 2001 and... Read More →


Friday January 12, 2018 1:30pm - 2:30pm
OMU Scholars Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

1:30pm

Open Science Framework: A tool for research data, project, and course management
OU Libraries and the Office of the VPR have partnered have begun the process of OU joining as an institutional member of the Center for Open Science's Open Science Framework (OSF) web portal tool. The tool allows for many of the tools currently used by faculty and students (Dropbox, Google). This presentation and live demo will cover the advantages and capabilities that OSF can offer including


Connect, organize, and document research
Manage projects
Share work
Preserve for the future
Education

Speakers
avatar for Mark Laufersweiler

Mark Laufersweiler

Dr. Mark Laufersweiler has always had a strong interest in computers, computing, data, and data visualization. Mark started at OU as the Computer Systems Coordinator for the School of Meteorology from 1999-2013.  Part of his duties included managing the real-time data feed and maintaining... Read More →
avatar for J Quyen Wickham

J Quyen Wickham

Strategic Research Coordinator, Center for Research Program Development and Enrichment
My professional background includes over a decade as a research assistant specializing in molecular biology, cell biology, and imaging technologies, nine years in K-12 science professional development and educational technologies, and seven years in research development with a focus... Read More →


Friday January 12, 2018 1:30pm - 2:30pm
OMU Regents Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

1:30pm

How to Grade Twenty-Five Homework Problems in Two Minutes: A Gradescope Demonstration
This session will be a demonstration of the various ways members of the OU Math Department are using the online assessment software, Gradescope and how attendees may utilize these types of systems in their Math, Chemistry, Computer Science, Physics, Economics, Business or other courses to provide meaningful, relevant, detailed, and maybe most importantly, timely feedback for graded assessments.


Friday January 12, 2018 1:30pm - 2:30pm
OMU Heritage Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

1:30pm

The Innovation Hub as a resource for the classroom
We'll review the various resources and programs available at the Innovation Hub located on the research campus. Between the Active Learning Classroom, Fabrication Lab, Code Lab, and Visualization Lab, we'll likely be a helpful tool as you teach and guide your students through their studies.

Speakers

Friday January 12, 2018 1:30pm - 2:30pm
OMU Governors Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

1:30pm

Automating data collection and website generation to celebrate undergraduate research
Adding content to a website can be time consuming, especially when you are asking many people to contribute simultaneously. The Office of Undergraduate Research is using Drupal, an open-source platform for the development and administration of web content, to collect information from students to then showcase their research and creative projects online. The data collection is swift, and the development of their personal page is automatically created. This demonstration will show how O.U.R.’s website Curiosity2Creativity.net, a website built on the OU Create platform, collected information and translates it into a static webpage the individual can reference in the future.

Speakers
MF

Michael Faneros

Michael is the Student Programs Coordinator in the Office of Undergraduate Research.  His duties include web development, newsletter development and deployment, program assessment, OUR marketing and promotion, workshop development for undergraduate and graduate students, and oversight... Read More →


Friday January 12, 2018 1:30pm - 2:45pm
OMU Presidents Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

2:30pm

How Data Services populates campus Salesforce instances with data using Dell's Boomi
OU has taken an interest in Salesforce, with multiple implementations already live and others in the planning/execution stages. This presentation shows how the Data Services group has leveraged Dell's Boomi ESB/ETL tool to integrate existing campus data sources like Banner, Cherwell, and OU's custom ODS with Salesforce instances to populate student, advising, email, and incident data in an automated, scheduled fashion.

Speakers
MW

Matt Wesley

10+ years working with data in corporate worldCurrent Data Architect for OU, been here for 1 yearExperience in master data, data quality, data architecture, data migrations, and visualizations


Friday January 12, 2018 2:30pm - 3:30pm
OMU Associates Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

2:30pm

Making Use Of Your Supercomputer
More info coming soon!


Friday January 12, 2018 2:30pm - 3:30pm
OMU Scholars Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

2:30pm

To Phish or To Be Phished – Presentation on a Security Awareness Tool
Has your mailbox exceeded its storage limit? Or is your request to terminate your account being processed? Can you verify your email within 24 hours?
Yes, these are messages from phishing emails that we received this past year. So how do you spot fake emails and keep your computer secure? OU IT Security has a Security Awareness program that includes online training, in-person training, and phishing assessments. Learn about the phishing assessment tool and project plan that can be used to test your department’s responses to phishing messages.


Friday January 12, 2018 2:30pm - 3:30pm
OMU Frontier Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

2:30pm

The Discover Onesearch Tool
The libraries offer a rich set of special collection materials, research guides, electronic resources, even subject experts who can help with research needs. Rather than searching multiple systems to find all of these resources, the newly launched Discover Onesearch tool helps users search across many of the libraries resources with a single search. Learn how to get the most out of this tool.

Speakers
TC

Twila Camp

Director of Web Services, University of Oklahoma
Twila Camp is the Director of Web Services for University Libraries. In this role, she leads key strategic enhancements to the libraries' website and services to meet the growing demand for online research. Her goals focus on responsive design, enhanced web presence, and the development... Read More →


Friday January 12, 2018 2:30pm - 3:30pm
OMU Governors Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

2:30pm

Domains Inside Canvas? Bring Your Course Website/Blog Into Canvas
Integrating a course website/blog into your Canvas course is an opportunity to showcase and share student work within a classroom. Whether students are blogging, contributing to a research website, building a course textbook, generating a wiki, or creating some other web materials, these resources can be integrated directly into a Canvas course using a domain. (Please note, this applies beyond Canvas as other Learning Management systems include similar features like D2L’s “custom homepage.”)This session brings together a demonstration of the setup process, highlighting the requirements to accomplish this integration, along with a discussion that seeks to brainstorm possible domain-LMS relationships with participants and answer their use case questions. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage with the reasoning behind using this strategy and what domains in the classroom can mean for their curriculum.

Friday January 12, 2018 2:30pm - 3:30pm
OMU Heritage Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

2:30pm

DRC Panel
More info coming soon!

Friday January 12, 2018 2:30pm - 3:45pm
OMU Governors Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

2:30pm

Domains Inside Canvas? Bring Your Course Website/Blog Into Canvas
Integrating a course website/blog into your Canvas course is an opportunity to showcase and share student work within a classroom. Whether students are blogging, contributing to a research website, building a course textbook, generating a wiki, or creating some other web materials, these resources can be integrated directly into a Canvas course using a domain. (Please note, this applies beyond Canvas as other Learning Management systems include similar features like D2L’s “custom homepage.”) This session brings together a demonstration of the setup process, highlighting the requirements to accomplish this integration, along with a discussion that seeks to brainstorm possible domain-LMS relationships with participants and answer their use case questions. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage with the reasoning behind using this strategy and what domains in the classroom can mean for their curriculum.

Speakers
avatar for Keegan Long-Wheeler

Keegan Long-Wheeler

Educator | Open Practitioner | Web Creator | Design Dabbler | Instructional Hacker/Remixer | Game Maker | Ed Technologist/Problem solver of last resort @TeachOU Let's make learning more fun, together! | | My favorite project at the moment is eXperience Play (https://experienceplay.education... Read More →


Friday January 12, 2018 2:30pm - 3:45pm
OMU Heritage Room 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

3:45pm

Reception
Friday January 12, 2018 3:45pm - 5:00pm
OMU Ballroom 900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019