Faculty Accomplishments

Presentations

Recent Presentations:

Diane Gayeski 

“Fasten Your Seatbelts: My Students Today are Your Top Talent Tomorrow" keynote presentation at Reed One2One Corporate Learning and Development Summit. Bonita Springs, FL. July, 2013.

“Not Your Dad’s Schoolhouse” presentation at Training Industry Conference, Raleigh, NC. May, 2013.

“Learning 3.0: How to leverage new tools and techniques to engage millennials. keynote address for National Human Services Assembly. New York City. April, 2012.

“Disabilities in the Workplace: What communicators need to know” National webinar for Communications Leadership Exchange. March, 2012.

“Learning 3.0”. Webinar for the Canadian Defense Academy. December, 2011.

“Less is More: The Threat of Information Overload”. Keynote address at National Association of Government Communicators Communications School. St. Paul, MN. May, 2011.

“Positioning Communications as a Business Asset”. Keynote address at the Society for Technical Communications Rochester Chapter, Rochester, NY. April, 2011.

“Managing Communication as a Business Asset”  presentation at the IABC international conference, New Orleans, LA. June, 2007.

“Managing the Workforce of the Future”  half-day workshop for executives of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid, Baltimore, MD. December, 2007.

“The Future of Communications” executive conference for communicators for the US Internal Revenue Service Washington, DC. August, 2007

“Training Nexters” workshop for trainers and training managers at TAP Pharmaceuticals.  Keystone, CO. August, 2007.

Howard Kalman 

Use of a Semester-Long Simulation in Undergraduate Instruction: A Case Study. Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Anaheim, CA. (October 2010).

Framegames: How to transform deadly dry content. International Society for Performance Improvement, Orlando, FL. (April, 2009). [Invited encore presentation: refereed. Encore selected based on 2008 attendee evaluations)

A student perspective: Laptops in the college classroom. Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Orlando, FL. (November 2008) with D. Charsky and M. Kish.

Framegames: How to transform deadly dry content. International Society for Performance Improvement, Dallas, TX. (April, 2008).

Best practices for teaching the introductory instructional design course. Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Anaheim, CA. (October, 2007).

"Systems thinking: Making sense out of organizational chaos" at the International Society for Performance Improvement, Dallas, TX, April, 2006.

Online & on-campus: Strategies for integrating emerging technology in conventional teaching environments. Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Orlando, FL. (October, 2005) with M. L. Ellis and E. Hodge.

Improving computer instruction: Experiments and strategies. Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Chicago, IL. (October, 2004) with M. L. Ellis.

Needs analysis in action: Professional issues and ethical dilemmas. Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Chicago, IL. (October, 2004) with M. L. Ellis and E. L. Kisling.

Issues in developing an organizational training strategy: Alignment and governance. Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Anaheim, CA. (October, 2003).

Leading the training function: An introduction to strategic planning. International Society for Performance Improvement, Boston, MA. (April, 2003).

Knowledge management frameworks, theories, and models. Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Dallas, TX. (November, 2002) with E. L. Kisling.

Needs assessment methodology: Strategy for data collection and analysis. International Society for Performance Improvement, Dallas, TX. (April 2002) with E. L. Kisling.

Steve Seidman was interviewed by the Southern Weekly (the largest national weekly in China) in April, 2012 on the role of posters in French elections. He presented on posters in support of George McGovern and Barack Obama during the 1972 and 2008 U.S. presidential election campaigns to students at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in November, 2009. He also presented a paper on Obama posters at the International Visual Literacy Association Annual Conference in Chicago in October, 2009.

Steve Seidman presented paper on Nazi Party election posters in Germany, 1920-1933, and the influence of advertising, mass psychology, and public relations at the International Visual Literacy Association Annual Conference, Curitiba Brazil, October, 2007.

Gordon Rowland

Enhancing design inquiry systems. Opening keynote presentation, 2012 AECT Research Symposium, Louisville, KY.

Powerful learning experience: Exposition and development; Recapitulation (May 26, 2011). Finger Lakes Project Workshop. Ithaca College. Co-presented with Carrie Reuning-Hummel.

What do we make of design? Design as a concept in educational technology. Association for Educational Technology and Communications, Anaheim, CA, October 28, 2010. Discussant.

The IICC Project. Ithaca College Faculty Development Workshop, August 28, 2010.

Systems thinking. Finger Lakes Institute, May 27, 2010. Co-presented with Jason Hamilton.

Integration and Insight: Collaborative Learning in the IICC Project. Ithaca College Faculty Development Workshop, May 25, 2010. Co-presented with Jason Hamilton.

The ecology of the design studio learning environment: Identity, participation, and professional practice (panel discussant). American Educational Research Association, April 30, 2010.

Powerful Learning Experience Studies. Park School Research Cluster, February 24, 2010. Co-presented with Carrie Reuning-Hummel.

Design Inquiry in Education (panel coordinator and moderator), American Educational Research Association, April 14, 2009.

Advancing the narrative of instructional design and design theory (panel member).  American Educational Research Association, April 14, 2009.

Design and research: Paper in educational innovation.  Keynote address to the Design and Technology SIG.  American Educational Research Association, New York, March 27, 2008.

Cory Young

Media for Social Responsibility Mini Course: Media Coverage of Global Nutrition. Accepted for presentation at the National Communication Association’s annual convention. Washington, DC. November 21-24th, 2013. 

Integrated crisis communication: A both/and perspective. Accepted for presentation at the National Communication Association annual convention. Washington, DC. November 21-24th, 2013.

Short course: Crisis communication. Accepted for presentation at the Central States Communication Association annual convention. Kansas City, MO. April 4-7th, 2013. Co-presented with Alexis Rosamilia.

Invited to be an expert panelist for a live video webcast, How to handle corporate crises: Planning for and responding to the unexpected, hosted by VideoLink, Inc. (www.videolink.tv); September 20, 2012.