Poster Sessions

A Multimedia Application for Developing Clinical Reasoning Skills in Physical Therapy Students: A Blended Classroom Approach.

Martha Sliwinski, PT, PhD and Jean Fitzpatrick Timmerberg, PR, PhD, MHS, OCS
Program in Physical Therapy, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University Medical Center.

An Interactive Solution for Anesthesiology Residents to Learn Fundamentals of Cardiopulmonary Bypass.

Jacob Schaff, MD, Jessica Spellman, MD; Jonathan Hastie, MD, Maya Jalbout-Hastie, MD
Department of Anesthesiology, Columbia University Medical Center.

Conversion of 23 Lecture-Based Courses Into a Blended Format (Phase 1)

Letty Moss-Salentijn, DDS, PhD, and Nathanel Shammay, DDS candidate, Cl. ‘ 18
College of Dental Medicine.

Digital Mapping in the Literature Classroom

Allison Marie DeWitt, Department of Italian, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences; and CTL Fellow.

Flipping Economics

Paola Valenti, School of International and Public Affairs.

From Text to Context: Multimedia Blake

Mark Phillipson, Department of English and Comparative Literature, School of Arts and Sciences, Center for Teaching and Learning.

Lessons Learned from an ePortfolio Pilot

Matthea Marquart, School of Social Work.

New History, New Methods. The History of Capitalism in the Archives, Fall 2015

Josh Schwartz, Department of History, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.

STRATEGY: Mine the Internet! Message Boards Provide Challenging Questions that Can Reveal Misconceptions and Gaps in Learning.

Susan Tozier, Biological Sciences, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences; CTL Senior Lead Teaching Fellow.

Teaching Scientific Habits of Mind with the Smart Sparrow Adaptive Learning Platform

Eric Raymer, Ivana Hughes, Darcy Kelley, Frontiers of Science, Columbia College.

The Use of Social Media to Promote Dissemination of Medical Knowledge in Critical Care Fellowship.

Maya Jalbout Hastie, MD; Daniela Darrah, MD; Steve Miller, MD, and Vivek Moitra, MD
Department of Anesthesiology, Columbia University Medical Center.

Undergraduate Research in the Language Classroom

Lee B. Abraham, Latin American and Iberian Cultures; Paul Joseph Stengel, Center for Teaching and Learning; Steve Welsh, Language Resource Center; and Ashley Jester, Digital Social Science Center.

Using OpenEMR in Health Information Technology (HIT) Training at Columbia

Virginia Lorenzi, MS CPHIMS
Department of Biomedical Informatics, College of Physicians and Surgeons.