April 24, 9:45 am – 10:45 am
Track(s): 
Track 1: Teaching, Learning, and Assessment
Track 3: Student Engagement and Persistence
Track 4: Cost and Affordability
Moderator: 
Erika Liljedahl
Program Director/Department Chair
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Online
Do Tablets Make a Difference? Assessing the Impact of Tablet Pedagogy on Student Learning Outcomes

The impact of educational technologies on student learning outcomes is notoriously difficult to assess because of the challenges of isolating the impact from confounding variables. At California State University Northridge, we designed a micro-assessment strategy that aligns evidence gathering with activity, course, or program student learning outcomes.

Mary-Pat Stein
Associate Professor
California State University, Northridge
Deone Zell
Senior director/Academic Technology
California State University, Northridge
Bonnie Paller
Professor
California State University, Northridge
Mobile Learning Curriculum as a Catalyst for Engaging and Improving Learning Outcomes for FYE Students

As part of a university-wide program, a mobile learning curriculum was developed to engage, enhance and improve the learning outcomes for First Year Experience students. The implementation of tablet curriculum encourages the most at-risk college freshmen to actively engage in the academic conversation and succeed in a technology-enriched instructional environment.

Mary Paul
Lecturer
Fresno State University
Rudy Sanchez
Director, Academic Technology & Innovation
Fresno State University