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Past Webinars

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Use for Research and Writing
 

Recorded link: https://concorduniv.zoom.us/rec/share/CN0F_s65Cb-rV9KxJ_t7PSszIVMk6Hyk8QUnu_G264aV6nGlHI9a1b7nD-05D92h.fUwBjbyPAKJ7av3C

Panel: Anita Deck, William Williams

Date and Time: Tuesday, April 30, 2024 at 2:00PM EST. 

The purpose of the study was to determine the understanding that current pre-service education students and education faculty have of AI and its implications for student learning experiences and teachers’ professional role in their future K-16 classrooms.

 

Here is the Zoom address: https://concorduniv.zoom.us/j/95170021154

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Meet the Panelists 

William (Willy) Williams is Professor of Education at Concord University. Willy taught English in Georgia and Alaska. He teaches Literacy, Foundations, and Research courses at Concord University. He has presented at the American Education Research Association (AERA), the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), the Eastern Educational Research Association (EERA), the Intentional Society for the Exploration of Teaching and Learning (ISETL), the Atlantic Marketing Conference (AtMC), and sundry other conferences. He served as Faculty Assembly President for Concord for four years and taken on other leadership roles. Currently Willy is President Elect/Conference Chair of the Eastern Educational Research Association.  

Getting a Job in Higher Education
 

Host: William Williams

Panel: P. Mark Taylor, McKenzie Brittain, and Kenda Grover

Date and Time: Tuesday, November 14, 2023 at 2:00PM EST. 

Are you, or any graduate students you know, interested in a career in higher education? Join our panelists for a Q&A webinar to help answer all of your questions about the higher ed job search process. Learn where to start, what to include in a vita, and how to prepare for an interview! 

 

Our panelists for this webinar will be P. Mark Taylor, PhD from the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga; Kenda Grover, PhD from the University of Arkansas; and McKenzie Brittain, PhD from Marshall University. Join us on Tuesday, November 14th from 2-3pm. Be sure to save the date and share this information with your friends!  

Here is the Zoom address: https://concorduniv.zoom.us/j/99315673299

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Meet the Panelists 

P. Mark Taylor is in his first year in the department of Learning and Leadership at the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga. Prior to this, Dr. Taylor taught for thirteen years at Carson-Newman University.  His research includes doctoral programs, professional development, and learning and teaching of mathematics.

Kenda Grover is an associate professor in the Adult and Lifelong Learning program at the University of Arkansas. She earned her Ed.D. in Adult Education from the University of Arkansas, an M.S. in Counseling Psychology, a B.A. in Psychology from Northeastern State University, and an A.A. in Journalism from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College. In addition to faculty responsibilities, Dr. Grover serves as the program coordinator for the ADLL Master’s program. She is a member of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE), where she served as conference chair in 2022, the Commission for Professors of Adult Education (CPAE), and she currently serves as President of the Eastern Educational Research Association (EERA). 

 

McKenzie Brittain is an Assistant Professor in the Curriculum and Instruction Department at the Marshall University Graduate College, and Coordinator of the Graduate Mathematics Education Programs for the College of Education and Professional Development. McKenzie currently serves as the Director of Sponsorship, Marketing, and University Relations for the Eastern Educational Research Association.  

The Art of Writing Conference Proposals
 

Recorded Link: https://vimeo.com/875684870?share=copy

Moderator: Tracy Butler  

Panelists: Willy Williams, Emily Howell, & McKenzie Brittain   

Date and time: October 18, 2023 at 2:00PM

Do you want to learn more about writing conference proposals? Join our panelists for a Q&A webinar to help answer all of your questions on writing conference proposals. Learn how to improve your conference proposals so that your proposal is chosen! Willy Williams, PhD from Concord University, Emily Howell, PhD from Clemson University and McKenzie Brittain, PhD from Marshall University will be our panelists for this webinar. Join us on Wednesday, October 18th from 2-3pm. Be sure to save the date and share this information with your friends!  

  

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Meet the Panelists

William (Willy) Williams is Professor of Education at Concord University. Willy taught English in Georgia and Alaska. He teaches Literacy, Foundations, and Research courses at Concord University. He has presented at the American Education Research Association (AERA), the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), the Eastern Educational Research Association (EERA), the Intentional Society for the Exploration of Teaching and Learning (ISETL), the Atlantic Marketing Conference (AtMC), and sundry other conferences. He served as Faculty Assembly President for Concord for four years and taken on other leadership roles. Currently Willy is President Elect/Conference Chair of the Eastern Educational Research Association.  

Emily Howell is a faculty member in literacy at Clemson University. Emily has taught English and writing at the secondary and collegiate level and currently teaches pre-service teachers and graduate students in education. Her research interests include multiliteracies, adolescent literacy, writing instruction, multilingual learners, and digital tools. Emily approaches research through  partnerships with teachers using methodologies such as design-based research. Her research has been published in journals such as Reading Research Quarterly, Journal of Literacy Research, The Reading Teacher, and Professional Development in Education. Emily is currently the Co- Principal Investigator on two large U.S. Department of Education grants developing school district capacity to support multilingual learners. 

McKenzie Brittain is an Assistant Professor in the Curriculum and Instruction Department at the Marshall University Graduate College, and Coordinator of the Graduate Mathematics Education Programs for the College of Education and Professional Development. McKenzie currently serves as the Director of Sponsorship, Marketing, and University Relations for the Eastern Educational Research Association.  

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