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FITT Project Archive

Hundreds of Hunter faculty members across the College have innovated their teaching thanks to the Faculty Innovations in Teaching with Technology (FITT) Award Program. You can find their projects listed below.

2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008

FITT Projects 2019

Yonatan Abranyos (Physics)
Implementing Video Demonstration for Mechanics in Physics
Elaine Gale (Special Education)
American Sign Language (ASL) Video Exit Tickets for Active Learning and Assessment
Amber Alliger (Psychology)
Redesign of OER materials for The Statistics for Behavior Sciences course
Wendy Hayden (English)
Students Writing and Rewriting the History of Hunter College: A Public Humanities Archival Research Project
Marcus Artigliere (Curriculum and Teaching)
TESOL Supervised Teaching Seminar Online Courses and EdTPA Preparation Modules
Jack Kenigsberg (English)
An OER “whyto” digital textbook for English 120
Michael Benediktsson (Sociology)
OER Conversion for the Sociology Department’s Required Social Theory Course
Sissel McCarthy (Film & Media Studies)
News Literacy Network website
Carmen Sherry Brown (Early Childhood Education)
An online resource to support early childhood teacher candidates with preparation and submission of their edTPA portfolios.

Gina Riley &
Kristen Hodnett
(Special Education)
Video Supervisory Training for Students and an OER Module for a Completely Online Teacher Education Program
Manashi Chatterjee (Chemistry)
Exploring the role of iOS and Android mobile apps in teaching and learning of organic chemistry
Maria Y. Rodriguez &
Jama Shelton
(Social Work)
Preparing Community Organizing students for their Digital Soapbox
Barry Cherkas (Mathematics)
Supplementary Materials for Teaching Limit Proofs Online
Erin Siodmak (Women and Gender Studies)
Open classroom / open research: Teaching transparency + publicly-engaged projects

FITT Projects 2018

Lisa Marie Anderson (German)
Revision of Elementary and Intermediate German materials to lower cost and build proficiency
Kathleen Issac (Dance)
Dancing Ahead: Advancing feedback for Dance Pedagoy and Dance Artistry
Susan Cardenas (Community Health)
Integrating useful technology and access to OER
Erika Mazzer (Romance Languages)
Online Review Modules for Italian Language Courses
Pamela Fredrick (Film & Media)
Hunter Dia website
Julie Van Peteghem (Romance Languages)
Translating Nuova York: Italian Spaces in New York City
Scott Gentile (Math)
Converting Math 100 to an OER Course
Kate Pok-Carabalona (Sociology)
Visualizing and Managing Public Data
Janette Gomos-Klein / Samantha Sheppard-Lahiji (Biology)
Developing an OER Biology course for non-science majors
Michaela Soyer (Sociology)
Increasing Teacher and Student Interaction in an Online Teaching Environment

Kirsten Grant / Gabriela Smeureanu (Chemistry)
Videos to Enhance the CHEM100 Workshop Experience
Allen Strouse (English)
Immersive Anglo-Saxon Textbook
Yang Hu (Curriculum and Teaching)
Improving the Quality of Online Make-up Sessions

FITT Projects 2017

Carmen Carmen Sherry Brown (Early Childhood Education)
Creating videos that use Dialogic Reading strategies to support comprehension in preschool
Todd Miller Frank Martinez Todd Miller and Frank Martinez (Biology, A&P)
Using Digital Interactive Lab Activities to Improve Student Outcomes in Anatomy & Physiology Lab – BIOL 120
Manashi Chatterjee Manashi Chatterjee (Chemistry)
Problem solving videos in Organic Chemistry
Acid Based Aspirin Bicarbonate Video
Ricardo Miranda (Flim & Media Studies)
Virtual Reality (VR) for Pedagogy
Kristen HodnettGina Riley Kristen Hodnett and Gina Riley (Special Education)
Creating Interactive and Dynamic Online Options
Michael Steiper (Anthropology)
Development of a Statistical Computing Module for Anthropology Programs
Elidor Mehilli Elidor Mehilli (History)
200 years of European History: a hybrid approach
FITT Presentation
19th and 20th Century Europe
Anie Zimmerman Aine Zimmerman (German)
German Grammar Video Series: Addressing sources of frequent error and frustration for first through third year German students
Parts of Speech & Grammar Terms: Why you should care? (so, you won’t get eaten by a bear)
Dara Meyers-Kingsley
Kelly Wang
Dara Meyers-Kingsley and Kelly Wang
(Muse Scholars/Office of the Arts)
Explorations in the arts: Digital Community Building
Office of the Arts
Fall 2017 Muse Exploration in the Arts
Fall 2017 HUM 201

FITT Projects 2016

Laura Baecher Laura Baecher(Curriculum and Teaching)
Virtual Fieldwork:  Video Grand Rounds
Sasha Maciera Sasha Maciera (English)
Exploring Community through Web-Writing
Chanitra Bishop Chanitra Bishop (Library)
American Politcal History and the Politics of History
Kathryn Narramore Kathryn Narramore (English)
Fan Fiction in New York: Performing Shakespeare to Learn Close Reading
Iris Finkel Iris Finkel (Library)
Collaboration and Digital Technology with Art History Pedagogy
Maria Pellizari (Art)
Collaboration and Digital Technology with Art History Pedagogy
Kirsten Grant Kirsten Grant (Chemistry)
Using the “Building Elements” Game and website to teach electron configuration
Alicia Ramos Alicia Ramos (Romance Languages)
Practical Material for the Grammatical Structure of Modern Spanish
Maria Hernandez Ojeda Maria Hernandez Ojeda (Romance Languages)
The Spanish Civil War: Students Narrate the Legacy of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade
Monica Schinaider (Romance Languages)
Practical Material for the Grammatical Structure of Modern Spanish
Jack Kenigsberg Jack Kenigsberg (English)
Exploring Community through Web-Writing
Charles Tien Charles Tien (Political Science)
American Political History and the Politics of History
Steven Kowalik Steven Kowalik (Art Library)
Collaboration and Digital Technology with Art History Pedagogy

FITT Projects 2015

Elizabeth Capezuti Elizabeth Capezuti (Nursing)
Converting DNP capstone courses to hybrid format
Benjamin Persky Benjamin Persky (Women & Gender Studies)
Hybrid learning modules for Introduction to Gender and Sexuality Studies
Dongshin Chang Dongshin Chang (Theater)
Clicker participation as a tool of engagement and assessment
Kate Pok-Carabalona Kate Pok-Carabalona (Math)
Online Introduction to Statistics with SPSS
Deepsikha Chatterjee Deepsikha Chatterjee (Theater)
Creating video tutorials for Introduction to the Costume Lab
Renee Schaller Renee Schaller (English)
Using screencasts to reflect on writing processes
Erica Chutuape Erica Chutuape (Asian-American Studies)
Hybridizing Asian-Americans in the US
Rachel Schutte Rachel Schutte (Political Science)
Development of fully online course – The American Judiciary 
Kristen Hodnett Kristen Hodnett (Education)
Using Actively Learn to ncrease student comprehension of course materials that are assigned outside of class time
Michael Siller Michael Siller (Psychology)
Fostering student engagement with videos to increase learning about lifespan development and Autism Spectrum Disorder
Elidor Mehilli Elidor Mehilli (History)
What is an Archive?: Identifing and using primary sources in a large-class setting
Linta Varghese Linta Varghese (Asian-American Studies)
Re-assessing Asians in the United States 
Francisco Martinez Francisco Martinez (Biology)
Using digital interactive lab activities to improve student outcomes in Anatomy & Physiology lab
Jeanne Weiler Jeanne Weiler (Education)
School and community asset mapping project
Todd Miller Todd Miller (Biology)
Using digital interactive lab activities to improve student outcomes in Anatomy & Physiology lab

FITT Projects 2014

Manashi Chatterjee (Chemistry)
Empowering student learning in Organic Chemistry by designing a flipped classroom
Sean Molloy (English)
with Andrew Laudel and Jack Kenisberg
Digital writing in English 120
Liz Geltman Liz Geltman (Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences) Hybrid version of Environmental Audits & Remediation
Kathryn Narramore Kathryn Narramore (English)
Using online modules to enhance classroom learning about connections between Shakepeare’s poetic language and performance
Wendy Hayden (English)
with Stephanie Margolin (Library)
Beyond mechanics: Re-thinking information literacy strategies for students and teachers
Lina Newton  (Political Science)
with Charles Tien
Hybridizing Historical Introduction to Political Science
Martica Heaner Martica Heaner (Public Health)
e-Textbook: Understanding research in the health sciences
Lindsay Portnoy Lindsay Portnoy (Curriculum & Teaching)
Interactive formative assessments: Increasing student engagement, providing feedback for learning, and assessing academic growth throughout the semester
Mandë Holdford (Chemistry)
Chemical investigations using 3D printing
Christine Rosalia Christine Rosalia (Curriculum & Teaching)
Hybridizing a course in order to improve students’ higher order thinking
Joy Jacobson (Nursing)
Revising your writing using peer review
James Stubenrauch (Nursing)
Revising your writing using peer review
Leigh Jones Leigh Jones (English)
Multimodal monument rhetorical analysis assignment
Charles Tien (Political Science)
with Lina Newton
Hybridizing Historical Introduction to Political Science
Jack Kenisberg (English)
with Sean Molloy and Andew Laudel
Digital writing in English 120
Sylvia Tomasch (English)
geoffreychaucerpedia
Andrew Laudel (English)
with Sean Molloy and Jack Kenisberg
Digital writing in English 120
Stephen Zweibel Stephen Zweibel (Library)
DH Box: Using a virtual computer lab in the classroom
Stephanie Margolin Stephanie Margolin (Library)
with Wendy Hayden (English)
Beyond Mechanics: Re-thinking information literacy strategies for students and teachers

FITT Projects 2013

Steven Baumann Steven Baumann (Nursing)
Reflective and integrative DNP education with ePortfolio
Pamela Mills Pamela Mills (Chemistry)
with Donna McGregor
Creating the Resources to Build a GenChem Hybrid Course for the Future
Brian Collins Brian Collins (Curriculum and Teaching)
Teacher training using video analysis of language assessments of English language learners
Lacey Peters Lacey Peters (Curriculum and Teaching)
Enriching professional learning in the Early Childhood Education Program by integrating ePortfolios into the course of study
Frank Gardella Frank Gardella (Curriculum and Teaching)
Creating mathematics video for classroom use 
Leighsa Sharoff Leighsa Sharoff (Nursing)
Merging science and technology: Genetics, genomics, and technology working together
Scott Gentile (Mathematics and Statistics)
Developing Math 150 (Calculus I) as a hybrid course
Michael Siller Michael Siller (Psychology)
Children with Autism across the Lifespan: Developing a hybrid course
Nancy Guinta Nancy Giunta (Social Work)
with Samuel Ayer, Stephen Burghardt, Caroline Gelman, Carmen Morano, Willie Tolliver
Teaching and learning anti-oppressive social work practice: Introducing multimedia resources
Arlene Torres Arlene Torres ( APRLS )
Race, Ethnicity and Community Formation: Hybrid course development
Kathleen Issac Kathleen Isaac (Curriculum and Teaching)
ePortfolio pedagogy for the Arnhold Graduate Dance Education Program
Victor Torres-Velez Victor Torres-Velez ( APRLS )
Latino Health, Anthropological Perspectives: Expanding the hybrid teaching model
Larry Kowerski Larry Kowerski (Classical and Oriental Studies)
An ebook for reading upper level ancient Greek
Julie Van Peteghem (Romance Languages)
Boccaccio 700: Reading the “Decameron” in 2013
Donna McGregor Donna McGregor (Chemistry)
with Pamela Mills
Developing visual resources for a fully online or hybrid General Chemistry course
Aine Zimmerman Aine Zimmerman (German)
An ebook for an intermediate German language course
Dara Meyers-Kingsley Dara Meyers-Kingsley (MUSE Scholars)
Creating community for the Muse Scholar cohort through ePortfolios

FITT Projects 2012

Christa Acampora Christa Acampora (Philosophy)
There’s an app for that! Increasing student engagement in a large lecture course
Elaine Gale Elaine Gale (Special Education)
Implementing video apps in sign language courses to increase student learning and engagement
Jeff Allred Jeff Allred (English)
Novel hacks: Past, present, and future of a genre
Mark Hauber Mark Hauber (Psychology)
Digital Treasurehunt
Laura Baecher Laura Baecher (Curriculum & Teaching)
Online videocases in ELL pedagogy
Yang Hu Yang Hu (Curriculum & Teaching)
Strengthening integrative and reflective learning through ePortfolios
Jonathan Cain (Library)
Digital Research Journal
Janette Gomos Klein Janette Gomos Klein (Biology)
Introducing new media and online assessment in Biol 230
Sandra Clarkson Sandra Clarkson (Mathematics & Statistics)
with Bill Williams
Building a web-based statistics course
Ricardo Miranda Ricardo Miranda (Film & Media)
Class website for a web development course which included a series of introductory lectures on the history of  HTML, CSS and Javascript.
Manuel C. Co Jr. Manuel C. Co Jr. (Nursing)
Using ePortfolios to document evidence of performance in an internship
Jody Polleck Jody Polleck (Curriculum & Teaching)
Using hybrid classes to enhance students’ collaboration and advocacy
Milagros Denis-Rosario Milagros Denis-Rosario (APRLS)
Tracing modern Puerto Rican history
Alexandra Tsybeskov Plavskin Alexandra Tsybeskov Plavskin (Nursing)
Academic Health Care Record
Anthony de Jesus Anthony de Jesus (Social Work)
Ways of knowing: Perspective on schools
Jeanne Weiler Jeanne Weiler (Educational Foundations/Sociology)
Making the connections: Hunter Noyce Scholars ePortfolio project
Anthony DeVito Anthony DeVito (Urban Public Health)
Multimedia Lab Manual – Biostatistics
Bill Williams Bill Williams (Mathematics & Statistics)
with Sandra Clarkson
Building a web-based statistics course

FITT Projects 2011

Yonatan Abranyos (Physics)
Developing engaging online labs for Astronomy 101
Priscilla Hambrick-Dixon Priscilla Hambrick-Dixon (Educational Foundations)
Assessment in Early Childhood
Lisa Anderson Lisa Anderson (German)
ePortfolios in language, literature, and culture courses taught in German and English
Adrián Izquierdo Adrián Izquierdo (Romance Languages)
Incorporating online text analysis into an English<>Spanish stylistics course
Kenya Beard Kenya Beard (Nursing)
The effect of student response systems on student learning
Marcia Knoll Marcia Knoll (Curriculum & Teaching)
Using ePortfolios to document evidence of performance in an internship
Concetta Ceriello Concetta Ceriello (English)
ePortfolios and paperless editing for introductory writing classes
Inés Miyares Inés Miyares (Geography)
Developing an online course: Population Geography
Dong Shin Chang Dong Shin Chang (Theater)
Incorporating clickers in theater courses
Dennis Robbins Dennis Robbins (Curriculum & Teaching)
Maria Cornelio Maria Cornelio (Romance Languages)
Incorporating online text analysis into an English<>Spanish stylistics course
Christine Rosalia Christine Rosalia (Curriculum & Teaching)
NYC Mediascapes
Kelle Cruz Kelle Cruz (Physics)
Developing engaging online labs for Astronomy 101
Jessica Rothman Jessica Rothman (Anthropology)
Terrie Epstein Terrie Epstein (Curriculum & Teaching)
Multimedia teaching units for preservice history and social studies teachers
Dana Sylvan Dana Sylvan (Mathematics)
Using online tutorials and discussion boards to manage a large introductory statistics course
Ann Gaba Ann Gaba (Nutrition)
Documenting competencies in public health nutrition with ePortfolios
Aine Zimmerman Aine Zimmerman (German)
ePortfolios in language, literature, and culture courses taught in German and English

FITT Projects 2010

Anne Ediger Anne Ediger (Curriculum & Teaching)
with Jennifer Samson
Multimedia case studies for teaching English language learners with special needs
Maria Pereira Maria Pereira (Biology)
Human anatomy digital video modules
Nicholas Freudenberg Nicholas Freudenberg (Urban Public Health)
with Stacey Plichta
Delivering an online class on campuses in three cities
Laura Sue Phillips Laura Sue Phillips (Art)
The Digital Sketchbook
Karen Greenberg Karen Greenberg (English)
The English Department “Technology Exploratorium”
Stacey Plichta Stacey Plichta (Urban Public Health)
with Nicholas Freudenberg
Delivering an online class on campuses in three cities
Wendy Hayden (English)
Using ePortfolios in a first year writing course
Jennifer Samson Jennifer Samson (Special Education)
with Anne Ediger
Multimedia case studies for teaching English language learners with special needs
Yang Hu Yang Hu (Curriculum & Teaching)
Implementing ePortfolios in the Masters in Literacy program
Melissa Schieble Melissa Schieble (Curriculum & Teaching)
Demonstrating competencies with ePortfolios
Síocháin Hughes Síocháin Hughes (Art)
Emotive empowerment: Personal reaction as a tool for understanding art
Debbie Sonu Debbie Sonu (Curriculum & Teaching)
Teaching social justice issues to elementary school students: Video case studies for education students
Abigail Jewkes (Curriculum & Teaching)
Narrated PowerPoint presentations to enhance online class sessions
Devon Turner Devon Turner (AFPRL)
Using web site development and voice tools to enhance written assignments
Roberta Kilkenny Roberta Kilkenny (AFPRL)
A library of tutorials for online databases
Cynthia Walley Cynthia Walley (Educational Foundations)
Creating an engaging online course: Family Counseling
Kam Man Kenny Kwong Kam Man Kenny Kwong (Social Work)
Wiki and blog assignments to enhance student engagement and online class participation
Mariann Weierich Mariann Weierich (Psychology)
Web tools to enhance learning in clinical psychology
Howard Lune Howard Lune (Sociology)
Creating a hybrid course: Social Movements
Jeanne Weiler Jeanne Weiler (Educational Foundations)
A hybrid approach to a capstone course
Janet Patti Janet Patti (Curriculum & Teaching)
Course redesign: Leadership to Enhance Human Resources

FITT Projects 2009

Ronnie Ancona Ronnie Ancona (Latin)
Interactive Technologies for Teaching Latin:
Text Annotation and Audio Recording
Tom McIntyre Tom McIntyre (Special Education)
Video Podcasts to Teach Positive
and Effective Management of Classroom Behavior
Angelo Angelis Angelo Angelis (History)
Hybrid and Online Versions of an Introductory
History Course
Jeffrey Parsons (Psychology)
with Sarit Golub, Virginia Valian, & Phillip Zeigler
Using Clickers To Enhance Student Experience
in a Large Lecture Course
Judith Aponte Judith Aponte (Nursing)
Supporting Student Interaction
with Discussion Boards and VoiceThread
Karen E.S. Phillips Karen E.S. Phillips (Chemistry)
A PowerPoint Presentation Assignment for
an Undergraduate Organic Chemistry Class
Laura Baecher Laura Baecher (Curriculum & Teaching)
An Online Tutorial for Novice Teachers
Maria Rodriguez Maria Rodriguez (SEEK)
Using PowerPoint and Collaborative Blackboard
Tools to Orient Students Towards Success
Markus P. Bidell Markus P. Bidell (Educational Foundations & Counseling)
Developing a Web-based Counseling Course
Judith Rosenberger Judith Rosenberger (Social Work)
with Irene Chung
Case Vignettes in Teaching Clinical Practice
Irene Chung Irene Chung (Social Work)
with Judith Rosenberger
Case Vignettes in Teaching Clinical Practice
Cullen Schaffer Cullen Schaffer (Computer Science)
Screencasts for “Programming for Everyone”
Sandra Clarkson Sandra Clarkson (Statistics)
with Bill Williams
Encouraging Faculty Development Using Blackboard Communities
Arlene Spark Arlene Spark (Nutrition)
Capstonepedia: A Web Resource for
Master’s Students in Public Health
Allan Frei Allan Frei (Geography)
with Deborah Gardner
Creating a Web-based Resource for the
Black Rock Forest at Hunter
Jean-Jacques Strayer Jean-Jacques Strayer (Library)
with Brian Lym & Lauren Yannotta
“Information Literacy Commons:” Integrating Middle States Standards across the Curriculum using Blackboard Communities
Elaine Gale Elaine Gale (Special Education)
Vodcasts for Teaching and Learning
Bill Williams Bill Williams (Statistics)
with Sandra Clarkson
Encouraging Faculty Development Using Blackboard Communities
Deborah Gardner Deborah Gardner (Teacher Academy)
with Allan Frei
Creating a Web-based Resource for the
Black Rock Forest at Hunter
Jason Wirtz Jason Wirtz (Curriculum & Teaching/English)
Digital Storytelling
Sarit Golub Sarit Golub (Psychology)
with Jeffrey Parsons, Virginia Valian, & Philip Zeigler
Using Clickers To Enhance Student Experience
in a Large Lecture Course
Virginia Valian Virginia Valian (Psychology)
with Sarit Golub, Jeffrey Parsons, & Phillip Zeigler
Using Clickers To Enhance Student Experience
in a Large Lecture Course
Mark Hauber Mark Hauber (Psychology)
Data Collecting On the Go
Lauren Yannotta Lauren Yannotta (Library)
with Brian Lym & Jean-Jacques Strayer
“Information Literacy Commons:” Integrating Middle States Standards across the Curriculum using Blackboard Communities
David Julian Hodges David Julian Hodges (Anthropology)
Using Rich Media to Expand the Horizons
of Introductory Anthropology Students
H. Philip Zeigler H. Philip Zeigler (Psychology)
with Sarit Golub, Jeffrey Parsons, & Virginia Valian
Using Clickers To Enhance Student Experience
in a Large Lecture Course
Brian Lym Brian Lym (Library)
with Jean-Jacques Strayer & Lauren Yannotta
“Information Literacy Commons:” Integrating Middle States Standards across the Curriculum using Blackboard Communities

FITT Projects 2008

Kelly Anderson Kelly Anderson (Film & Media Studies)
with Martin Lucas
ePortfolios in a Large Digital Media Course
Lina Newton Lina Newton (Political Science)
Increasing Interaction with Multimedia Presentations, Web-Based Simulation Assignments, and Online Office Hours
Ahmed Bawa Ahmed Bawa (Physics)
Developing an Online Component for Physics 101
Claudia Orenstein Claudia Orenstein (Theatre)
Creating a Database of Images and Video Clips for In-Class Use
Anthony Browne Anthony Browne (Africana & Puerto Rican/Latino Studies)
Designing Collaborative Activities Incorporating Historical Images and Audio
George Patterson George Patterson (Social Work)
Using Blackboard to Share Resources in a Research Course Sequence
Erica Childs Erica Childs (Sociology)
Engaging Students with Wikis and Interactive PowerPoint Presentations
Roger Persell Roger Persell (Biological Sciences)
A PowerPoint Presentation Assignment for
an Undergraduate Organic Chemistry Class
Elizabeth Danto Elizabeth Danto (Social Work)
“HBSE Online”: An Educational Community for a Large Multi-Section Course
Cynthia Roberts Cynthia Roberts (Political Science)
with Jennifer Dwyer
A Blackboard-Based Course Model for Faculty Teaching POLSC 115
Jennifer Dwyer Jennifer Dwyer (Political Science)
with Cynthia Roberts
A Blackboard-Based Course Model for Faculty Teaching POLSC 115
Randye Rutberg Randye Rutberg (Geography)
Virtual Field Trips Using Google Earth
Ann Ebe Ann Ebe (Curriculum & Teaching)
Using Blogs in a Course on Bilingual Literacy
Leighsa Sharoff Leighsa Sharoff (Nursing)
SimMan: High Fidelity Patient Simulation in a Clinical Practice Course
Veronica Gregg Veronica Gregg (Africana & Puerto Rican/Latino Studies)
Redesigning a Blackboard Course Site to Support Critical Thinking and Close Reading of Literary Texts
Trudy Smoke Trudy Smoke (English)
An Online Community for English 120 Instructors
Daniel Hurewitz (History)
Creating Dynamic PowerPoint Presentations and Interactive Assignments for a History Survey Course
Charles Tien Charles Tien (Political Science)
eSim: A Web-Supported, Role-Playing Election Simulation
Leigh Ann Jones Leigh Ann Jones (English)
Creating Community with Wikis and Online Writing Assignments
Ellen Trief Ellen Trief (Special Education)
Podcasts for Teaching Special Education Concepts
Lawrence Kowerski Lawrence Kowerski (Classical & Oriental Studies)
A Web-Based Tool to Guide Student Writing
Lauren Yannotta Lauren Yannotta (Library)
Developing a Blended Course in Information Literacy
Martin Lucas Martin Lucas (Film & Media Studies)
with Kelly Anderson
ePortfolios in a Large Digital Media Course

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