2017 Vosaic User Conference

October 6, 2017. College Park, Maryland.

Register now – space is limited!

Join us this October when we gather at the University of Maryland, College of Education for a free, one-day user conference. You’ll have the opportunity to hear from educators, trainers, and researchers on current trends in pedagogy, and connect with other users and the Vosaic team to make sure you’re leveraging Studiocode and Vosaic Connect to their full potential.

Conference Details

When:
Friday, October 6, 2017
8 a.m. – 4 p.m.


Where:
The University of Maryland, College of Education
College Park, Maryland


Cost:
Free


Agenda:

Vosaic 2017 User Conference Agenda (PDF) 


Hotel:

The official hotel for our conference is the College Park Marriott Hotel and Conference Center, where you’ll receive a discounted rate when you call and mention the Vosaic User Conference.

Speakers

Tara Kaczorowski, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Department of Special Education
Illinois State University

Dr. Kaczorowski will present on her use of Vosaic Connect to encourage reflective teaching with pre-service special education students enrolled in her math methods course. Her students participate in two lesson planning/teaching experiences where they are video recorded and use Connect to review the video and find opportunities to improve their practice. 

Tara will also briefly describe a new faculty mentoring project using Connect that is being piloted with 15 faculty members in the special education department during the Fall 2017 semester. The faculty wanted to find an innovative way to evaluate and improve their teaching, and Connect will be a crucial tool in this new peer mentoring initiative.

Rachel Miriam Vriend Croninger

Graduate Student (Educational Psychology) 
Department of Educational Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education 
Penn State University 

Presenting work from P. Karen Murphy, Ph.D, Assistant Professor at ASU Carla Marie Firetto and graduate students Liwei Wei, and Mengyi Li.

Rachel Miriam Vriend Croninger will share her involvement in a research project to code and use those codes to improve one-on-one professional development offered to teachers they collaborate with.

Noa Segall, Ph. D. 

Assistant Professor
Anesthesiology Department
Duke University Medical Center

Noa Segall, Ph.D. is an assistant professor in the Anesthesiology Department at Duke University Medical Center. Dr. Segall is working on a collaborative project with Dr. Melanie Wright, Program Director of Patient Safety Research at Trinity Health and St. Alphonosus Medical Center in Boise, Idaho. They are studying patient telemetry monitoring and leveraging iCoda to collect data to develop comparative models of different telemetry monitoring systems.

"Studiocode has been a valuable tool for both graduate students and faculty who are collecting large amounts of video and trying to do really fine-grained analysis of it.”

Judith Warren Little
University of California Berkeley, Graduate School of Education

Judith Warren Little

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