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PETTT Presentations

Some of the recent presentations made by the PETTT team and our faculty advisors are listed here. Unless otherwise noted, these presentations are available for your free use, but only if you reference us in your bibliography and tell us about it.

Most of these files are Microsoft PowerPoint documents. Some are PDF (Portable Document Format) files, which require Acrobat Reader for viewing. You may download Acrobat Reader for free. Some are links to web pages. The document type is listed with each document.


  1. Lessons Learned from a Two-year Institutional Assessment of Educational Technology



  2. Systems and Methods for Patient-Centered e-Health Services



  3. Keynote: "Knowledge as Therapy for Arthritis"



  4. Representing, Exchanging, and Assessing Ideas in an Almost Natural Way: The Traces Digital Media Annotatioin System



  5. Mission Impossible? Encouraging Freshmen to Appropriate the Electronic Portfolio at the University of Washington



  6. A Case Study: Knowledge Management Systems to Enhance a Nursing Curriculum



  7. Learners on the Back end: Students Contributing to Web-based Information Systems

      Proceedings of CHI '03, Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
      Fort Lauderdale, Florida
      by Gina Cherry, William Washington, Janice Fournier and Kristen Shuyler
      April 5-10, 2003

      Read: Short paper (PDF; 2 pages)
      Read: Poster text (PDF; 4 pages)


  8. Using Faceted Classification To Provide Structure For Information Architecture



  9. What are Patients Seeking When They Turn to the Internet? Questions asked by Visitors to an Orthopaedics Website



  10. The Catalyst E-Portfolio: Using Assessment to Shape Enterprise-Wide, Learner-Centered Technologies



  11. The Catalyst Initiative: Using Assessment to Drive Innovation in Teaching & Learning with Technology



  12. Characterizing Audience for Informational Website Design:
    A Case Study

      Presentation given to IBM User Experience Group, San Jose, California
      by Jennifer Turns
      November 14, 2002

      Download: PowerPoint presentation


  13. Advanced Educational Interfaces: Teaching and Learning with Augmented Reality



  14. Emerging Genres of Learning Technology & Understanding how to Foster Multi-partisan On-line Interactions Around Scientific Controversy



  15. The Challenges of Learning to Program



  16. An Application of Audience Analysis in Web-based Health Information System Design

      Public Lecture for Students and Faculty in the UW Department of Technical Communication
      by Jennifer Turns
      February 11, 2002

      Read: Abstract
      Download: PowerPoint presentation


  17. UW Portfolio Tool

      Presentation to NLII annual meeting, San Diego, California
      by Tom Satwicz
      January 27-29, 2002

      Download: PowerPoint presentation

  18. Faculty Voices & Educational Technology: Shaping Effective Student-Centered Learning



  19. Moving Toward Knowledge-building Communities in Health Information



  20. Video Traces: Rich Media Annotations for Teaching and Learning



  21. Moving Toward Knowledge-building Communities in Health Information Website Design



  22. Moving Toward Health Knowledge Management 2010



  23. Designing a Web-Based System to Support Learners-at-Large

      Presentation to UW Technical Communication 521: Current Issues in Technical Communication
      by Jennifer Turns, Tracey Wagner, and Kristen Shuyler
      November 2, 2001


  24. Demonstration of Interactive Tools for Arthritis Source

      Presentation to Education Curriculum and Instruction 581: Design Experimentation and Implementation in Context
      By Tracey Wagner and Kristen Shuyler
      November 2001


  25. Design Heuristics for the Arthritis Source Web Site: Improving Search Engine Position and Processing User Feedback for Quality Improvement



  26. Demonstration of Arthritis Source to Juvenile Arthritis Patients and Their Families



  27. QX -> QC -> AC: Questions from Phone Interview

      Presentation to Arthritis Source Research Group
      by Jennifer Turns, Tracey Wagner, and Kristina Liu
      June 2001


  28. Video Traces: Media Rich Annotations for Learning and Teaching



  29. Integrating an Information-Intensive Website into Pedagogical Practice



  30. Computer Science: Still Crazy After All These Years



  31. Interfacing: Perspectives on Teaching and Learning with Technology



  32. Listening to the Learner: Strategies, Examples, and Implications from Research on a Medical Information Website



  33. Emerging Genres of Learning Technology



  34. Bringing Technology into the Service of Teaching and Learning



  35. Design Heuristics for Creating Tailored Patient Education Materials for the Web



  36. Faculty Support for Teaching with Technology

      Keynote Presentation at Project JSTOR conference, Creating Partnerships, Creating Scholarship: Strengthening Research, Teaching and Learning with Effective Use of Electronic Resources
      by Scott Macklin
      October 27, 2000

      Read: Abstract
      Download: PowerPoint presentation


  37. Electronic Learning Environments: Assessing Educational Outcomes



  38. A Catalyst for Collaboration: Supporting Technology in Teaching through Partnerships



  39. A Catalyst for Collaboration: Using Partnerships to Support Technology in Teaching



  40. Analyzing the Needs and Characteristics of Learners on the World Wide Web



  41. A Catalyst for Collaboration: Supporting Technology in Teaching through Partnerships



  42. Shouldering a Multimedia Development Model



  43. The Catalyst Project: Supporting Networked Education and Creating Community



  44. Fluency with Information Technology: Collaborating to meet the challenge



  45. Using the Web as an Organizational Lever



  46. One Size Doesn't Fit All: Designing Scalable, Client-centered Support for Technology in Teaching



  47. UWired: Rethinking the "distance" in distance learning. Who can benefit, and how far away do you have to be?



  48. Video Traces Presentation to College of Education Curriculum and Instruction (EDCI 505)



  49. Video Traces Center for Innovative Learning Technologies presentation




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