CL17 Poster Session

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At the Poster Session, participants can explore different project stations to learn about Cyberlearning projects via posters and/or artifacts from project work. The poster session will take place on Wednesday afternoon during lunch. (Presenters can set up their posters during breakfast or at the morning break that same day.)

Who will present?

The program committee picked a set of presenters based on the information conference participants specified in their applications.

I’m presenting, where’s my station?

Posters will be set up in the Pre-Function Area during lunch. Each station consists of a table. Each table is labeled with the presentation info. Stations should be set up during breakfast or the morning break that same day. To find your station quickly, go to the registration desk and ask for the precise location, or just look for the table labeled with your info.
During the Poster Session, expect conference participants to walk up to your station, carrying along some food and drinks, and expect some noise from nearby stations.

I requested a poster board, how big will it be?

If you specified that you would like to present a poster, your station (i.e., your table) will come with a table-top poster board of size 48 inches wide by 36 inches tall.

Poster Stations

The following project-related posters will be presented:

  1. Postdigital Textbook: Design Process and Demonstration – Ruth Wylie
  2. Overview of – Bonnie Saunders
  3. Persketchtivity: Teaching Engineers Visual Communication Skills- Sketching – Julie Linsey
  4. Using Data Visualizations to Enable and Enhance Learning Support Roles for Educators in an Out-of-School STEM Program – Denise Nacu
  5. Deepening the Understanding of Sustainable Life Cycle Engineering with Constructionism – Kathy Jackson
  6. Augmented Graph Grammars and Semi-Formal Representations – Collin Lynch
  7. EASEL: Education through Application-Supported Experiential Learning – Jerry Schnepp and Corinne Renguette
  8. Establishing an eColloq Series on Cyberlearning – Michael Hoffman
  9. Anatomy Builder VR: Applying a Constructionist Method in a Canine Musculoskeletal Learning System – Jinsil (Hwaryoung) Seo
  10. DAVIS: Cloud-Based Auto Grading in New Generation Chemistry Labs – Yariv Glazer