Peer 2 Peer Technology
In this series, co-hosted by Educational Technology Services (ETS) and CTE, faculty members give one-hour presentations with some room for discussion and implementation on a technology method or platform used in their course. The idea behind the program is that faculty learn best from the examples of their peers, who are tuned to the nuances of using technology in learning environments. ETS and CTE identify faculty members from across the university who have found success using a specific technology in their courses.
Participate as a Presenter
Have you found success using technology in your course? Would you be willing to share your findings with colleagues? Please write to us at email@example.com if you are interested in participating in the Peer2Peer program as a presenter.
Note: Some regularly scheduled CTE programs have been altered, cancelled or postponed because of COVID-19 restrictions. Please refer to the CTE newsletter or contact us for the most up-to-date information.
Wednesday, Mar 27| 3:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. | Gleeson 213
In Courtney’s course Research Design and Analysis for Organization Development, she incorporated experiential learning as a means to increase student knowledge and engagement. Students participated in an IRB approved research study, "The State of Organization Development," which involved conducting in-depth interviews with OD executives via Zoom.
The aim was for students to participate in a research study to determine how OD is understood and practiced within Bay Area and global organizations.
During the Zoom interviews, students collected qualitative data which they later analyzed and reported on, telling evidence based stories that were filled with rich insights. Zoom interviews
were also recorded, transcribed and shared with other students so that students had the benefit of access to multiple interviews and expert advice.
Panelist: Courtney Masterson (Assistant Professor, School of Management)