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Publish Date: 01/14/15
Media Contact: Richard Puff, 513-558-0448
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Academy of Fellows for Teaching and Learning Showcase Jan. 28

The 2015 Academy of Fellows for Teaching and Learning Showcase on Wednesday, Jan. 28, will feature more than 40 presentations on the scholarship of teaching and learning and the best pedagogical practices at the University of Cincinnati including several from Academic Health Center faculty.

Registration for the event is free for UC faculty, staff and students. It will be held in Tangeman University Center’s Great Hall and 400-Level rooms. Online registration is available at http://docs.google.com/forms/d/14mUng65dB92JHWiS8-VQ1ZMayCUtMhKQ_GOi-h1FVE8/viewform

The conference also features a complimentary breakfast and lunch and a keynote address titled "Learning Partnerships: Promoting Learning and Self-Authorship” by Marcia Baxter-Magolda, distinguished professor of educational leadership at Miami University.

AHC faculty presenting are:

Theresa Beery, PhD
Professor
College of Nursing
"Providing Experiential Learning to Students in a Distance Learning”
9:30 – 9:55 a.m.
Room: 400C TUC
We created Interactive Case Studies to provide an experiential learning opportunity for distance learning nurse practitioner and medical students. Our Academic Health Center development Team includes Faculty, Instructional Design, Videography, Instructional Technology, and Marketing.

Kathleen Ballman
Associate Professor
College of Nursing
"The Importance of Introducing Telehealth into the Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program”
10 – 10:25 a.m.
Room: 400C TUC
Nurse Practitioner (NP) students will be facing numerous challenges providing health care due to changes instituted by the Affordable Care Act, the limited availability of primary care providers and specialists and the lack of access to care in remote areas. To prepare our Adult Gerontology Acute Care NP students for alternative methods of providing care, they have been introduced to TeleHealth.

Missi Willmarth-Stec
Associate Professor
College of Nursing
"E-Portfolios in Higher Education”
11 – 11:25 a.m.
Room: 400C TUC
In this session we will highlight the e-portfolio system in place for the Doctor of Nursing Practice program in the College of Nursing. The portfolio is used as a comprehensive, 360-degree overview of the student's achievement and culminating project as they progress toward graduation.

Joan Murdock, PhD
Program Director, Masters of Healthcare Administration
College of Allied Health Sciences
"The University of Cincinnati Online Master of Health Administration Program: Successes and Challenges June, 2011 to Present”
Poster presentation from 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Great Hall 
This poster details the innovative Master of Health Administration degree program at the University of Cincinnati which is 100 percent online and began in June 2011. Currently there are 165 students from 20-plus states and three additional countries in the program. Another 50-60 students are beginning the program in spring 2015. The program is a 39 graduate credit, two-year program, with seven-week, intensive courses taught by experienced faculty and senior level health care executives who are UC adjunct faculty. Eighty-one students have graduated from the program. This poster provides aspects of program design, structure, process and outcomes. Both successes and challenges are presented as well as lessons learned.



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