Derek Prate Fowler School of Engineering; Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Research Area (or Specialization): Game Development and Virtual Reality Relevant course(s) name/number, approx. number of students, and short description Unity Multiplayer and Networking (Interterm 2019) – ~15 students, Learning basic concepts of multiplayer networking and development in the Unity Game Engine Visual Programming (236-01
Manjari Murali, PhD Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences; Physician Assistant Studies Schmid College of Science and Technology; Biological Sciences Research Area (or Specialization): Learning and Memory, Synaptic Plasticity, Brain Reward Circuit, and Alzheimer’s disease. Relevant course(s) name/number, approx. number of students, and short description HSK 112: Human Physiology in Health and DIsease (Interterm).
Patricia Brown, PhD Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences; Physical Therapy Research Area (or Specialization): Specialty interests include balance and fall risk reduction; vestibular rehabilitation; movement disorder, and stroke rehabilitation. Her current areas of research interest include reactive postural control and Parkinson’s disease rehabilitation. Relevant course(s) name/number, approx. number of students, and short
Kelli Fuery, PhD Lawrence and Kristina Dodge College of Film and Media Arts Research Area (or Specialization): Contemporary Visual Culture; Film Theory; Psychosocial and Cultural Theory Relevant course(s) name/number, approx. number of students, and short description FS342/542 The Melodrama 25 students Students examine the history, developments and transformation within melodrama across national and global
Rita Tamer, Ed.D. Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences; Department of World Languages and Cultures Research Area (or Specialization): Dr. Rita Tamer received her B.A. in Deaf Studies from CSU, Northridge in 1997. For Graduate School Dr. Tamer attended Gallaudet University and later finished her M.A. in Linguistics from CSU, Northridge in 1999.
Mercedes Samudio, PhD Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences; Psychology Research Area (or Specialization): Parenting identity; family systems development Relevant course(s) name/number, approx. number of students, and short description Psychology 101, usually 18-25 students. PSY 101 is prerequisite to all other courses in psychology. Introduction to the theories, principles, processes, problems, methods, and
On April 18th, Educational Technology Services hosted a Faculty Panel on “Modern” Learning Management Systems (LMS). As alternatives to our current Bb Learn LMS platform, the modern learning management systems were: Blackboard Ultra Brightspace Canvas As part of the LMS Review, each of the faculty panelist participated in the hands-on experience of teaching their courses using
Your class is full of diverse students with unique learning abilities. Providing them with more accessible original content means they can choose formats that work best for them: HTML for improved reading on mobile phones, Electronic Braille for the visually impaired, and Audio for learning on the go. Ally automatically scans your original content, and
Panopto is being upgraded! This will result in the system being down on Saturday June 22, 2019 from 6pm to 9pm PST. Recordings will not be available and any attempts to upload from clients will result in a “Server unable to connect” message.
The Tech Hub has been reconfigured to improve access and support for faculty, students, and staff endeavors in teaching, research and service. The Main Stage is now arranged to host a variety of campus events that cater to classes, research and other special interest groups. Here are some of our recent programs: The Modern LMS