Presentation Title

Using Panopto Video to Enhance and Complement the Classroom Experience

Location

BUL149

Start Date

8-18-2017 11:20 AM

End Date

8-18-2017 12:20 PM

Description

Bring your computer as we explore the use of Panopto. This session will introduce the use of Panopto using two strategies used in biology; to enhance and complement the classroom experience and its use in the laboratory.

Biography

My fascination with biology began in early childhood when I would dissect every dead animal I found. That fascination with living organisms has continued throughout my life. My academic career is a very non-traditional one. I graduated from high school trained as a respiratory therapist and worked as one for 11 years in several different hospitals in the Midwest. I spent many years working in a newborn intensive care unit. I returned to the academic world at 27 and received my undergraduate degree from Andrews University as well as a master’s degree. I also worked with Jim Hayward on a taphonomy project. I earned my PhD from Western Michigan University working in the lab of Bruce Bejcek. My research was centered on cell signaling and gene regulation in the brain cancer Glioblastoma Multiforme. I then spent four years at the University of Notre Dame studying the physiology of atherosclerosis. From my very first undergraduate class, it has always been my goal to return to Andrews University and the Department of Biology.

A native of Chile, Benjamin Navia received his PhD from Loma Linda University and joined the faculty at Andrews University in 2013. Navia teaches Neurobiology, Foundations of Biology as well as Anatomy and Physiology. Prior to coming to Andrews, Navia taught at Kettering College in Ohio.

Sam Villamizar is learning systems administrator, Moodle administrator at Andrews University. He provides technical and server support for Moodle hosted at Andrews University. Born in Barquisimeto, Venezuela, Villamizar graduated in 1992 from Ivy-Tech College with an associate's degree in applied science in electronics technology. In 1997 he received a Bachelor of Science in computer science from Andrews University. Before coming to Andrews, Villamizar worked as a technology director for the Michigan Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.

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Aug 18th, 11:20 AM Aug 18th, 12:20 PM

Using Panopto Video to Enhance and Complement the Classroom Experience

BUL149

Bring your computer as we explore the use of Panopto. This session will introduce the use of Panopto using two strategies used in biology; to enhance and complement the classroom experience and its use in the laboratory.