Dennis King, director of the Virtual College and Learning Technologies at Fort Hays State University, hosted a two-day technology event as chair of Colleague to Colleague at the Summer Institute of Distance Learning and Instructional Technology in early August.
King co-presented the session "Podcasting with iTunes U at Fort Hays State University" with Kenny Rigler, integrated learning technologies specialist for FHSU's Center for Teaching Excellence and Learning Technologies. Other presenters included Diana Koerner, professor of nursing, and Kimberly Riffel, assistant professor of nursing, who hosted a session called "Meshing the Worlds of Learning and Reality."
Dr. Zdeslav Hrepic (pronounced zuh-DEZ-lahv hurray-pish), assistant professor of physics, presented "Utilizing DyKnow Software and Pen Based Technology, Wireless Computing."
Dorothy Ochs, assistant professor of nursing, won the Outstanding Online Teaching Award.