UAF eCampus’s iTeach is an in-person event for UAF faculty interested in exploring pedagogy, technology, and online learning. Over the course of multiple days, UAF faculty are invited to work closely with the eCampus instructional design team to explore course design processes, best practices and innovations in online learning. Participants connect with colleagues across disciplines and think critically about the choices they make in their online course designs. 

 

Dani’ Sheppard, UAF Psychology

Dani’ Sheppard (Psychology) is a current CITE fellow with UAF eCampus, an alumna of the EPIC (Expanding Pedagogies, Innovative Courses) program, and has been teaching online for 5 years.

Dani’ told her story at UAF eCampus’s May 2019 iTeach event:

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Debbie Mekiana, UAF Alaska Native Studies

Debbie Mekiana (Alaska Native Studies) is from Anaktuvuk Pass and has worked with rural and Alaska Native students at UAF for many years. In 2019, Debbie accepted a faculty position with UAF’s Alaska Native Studies department with a special focus on supporting Alaska Native themes and pedagogies across the UAF curriculum. 

Debbie told her story at UAF eCampus’s May 2019 iTeach event:

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Mark Billingsley, OIPC

A conversation with Mark Billingsley, OIPC Intellectual Property and Contracts Director, about innovation, collaboration, and moving from idea to practice.

Mark told his story at UAF eCampus’s May 2019 iTeach event:

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