A Video Example of Using Touchscreen Monitors for Instruction

After the classrooms in College Hall were upgraded to touchscreen monitors this summer, Dr. Joshua Buch discovered a great opportunity to improve the way that he reviews example problems with his Finance students. In the 3-minute video below, Dr. Buch demonstrates how he uses the touchscreen, a stylus pen, and the “inking” functionality of Microsoft […]

Recap of the 2013 Faculty Development Summer Institute

This post was co-authored by Jessica Morris, Lynnette Clement, Nick Gogno, Peggy McCoey, and Regina Hierholzer. On Tuesday, May 21, over 60 members of the La Salle University community participated in the second annual Faculty Development Summer Institute.  The Institute is a daylong event that highlights tools and techniques for engaging students with technology. This […]

Using Skype in the Classroom to Minimize Distances and Broaden Horizons

Randy Fingerhut, Associate Professor of Psychology, teaches in La Salle University’s doctoral program in Clinical Psychology and supervises students who are being trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.   Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, or CBT for short, is a specific type of psychotherapy that addresses negative patterns of thoughts and behaviors that contribute to depression and anxiety. Over […]