Digital Video use in the Training Program for Speech-Language Pathology
The purpose of this grant is to provide funding to purchase research grade video cameras and microphones for clinic rooms at the Barkley Speech Language and Hearing Clinic. The new equipment would allow for graduate students in the speech pathology program to record therapy sessions for self-evaluation and reflection on their developing clinical skills. The videos also can be shared with their clinical supervisors to facilitate specific real time in-depth teaching and learning in the area of critical thinking and clinical competence. In addition, captured videos can be utilized in undergraduate coursework for case-based instructional paradigms to improve the depth and breadth of understanding of the field of speech-language pathology.
Engaging Students through Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL)
This innovation project will support teaching of COIL courses by providing technology hardware and assistance with learning content. COIL courses will provide opportunities for UNL students to engage in transnational collaborative learning with peers in Oman and the United Arab Emirates.
Creating a multiple purpose technology enabled student workspace in Leverton 202B
In the ever increasing global environment that exists the need for students to conduct meetings, communicate with industry contacts, conduct interviews, and work with others from all over the globe we have found there is a need to create student workspaces that can be responsive to those needs.