|Dr. Kenneth Hudson||Dr. Tim Sherman||Ms. Tray Hamil||Dr. Pamela Johnson|
|Dr. Hudson uses WebEx to allow students to enhance participation and interaction in his sociology course.||Dr. Sherman and Ms. Hamil create colorful and engaging syllabi for their students to increase interest and engagement. Learn how they do it, and what their students think!||Dr. Johnson uses the flipped learning strategy to maximize learning with her nursing students at University of South Alabama.|
|Ms. Leslie Whiston||Dr. Leah Kinniburgh||Dr. Nicole Amare||Dr. Derek Lowe|
|Ms. Whiston uses Clickers to maximize student engagement and learning in her blended mathematics courses.||Dr. Kinniburgh uses VoiceThread as an alternative to traditional threaded discussions in her online courses.||Dr. Amare discusses effective ways to use images in online courses and gives tips for creating quality images.||Dr. Lowe uses Turnitin.com to create a better writing and learning experience for his composition students.|
|Dr. Federico Perez-Pineda||Dr. James Aucoin||Dr. Brenda Litchfield||Dr. Sam Fisher|
|Dr. Perez-Pineda uses a teleconferencing method to provide quality instruction to multiple sections of the same course.||Dr. Aucoin uses Camtasia Studio to make lectures more engaging for his online students.||Dr. Litchfield uses creative methods of giving feedback as a way to motivate her online students.||Dr. Fisher uses Profcast to provide content summaries to his students.
|Dr. Bret Webb||Dr. Elizabeth Vandewaa||Dr. Donald Epley||Dr. Cheryl Robinson|
|Dr. Webb targets his assessments to measure specific learning objectives.||Dr. VandeWaa outlines ways to make online lectures engaging and personal.||Dr. Epley uses iTunesU to enhance his courses.||Dr. Robinson enhances student online discussions through debates to discuss important health issues.|
|Dr. Mary Ann Robinson||Dr. Mohan Menon||Dr. Srinivas Palanki|
|Dr. Robinson finds that wikis help students connect in online environments.||Dr. Menon uses podcasts to help his students access course content.||
Dr. Palanki uses screen-capture software to demonstrate engineering problems to his online students.