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ePortfolio Reflect In

Tennessee ePortfolio Reflect-In

The Tennessee ePortfolio Reflect-In (TERI) will help faculty more confidently develop ePortfolio assignments within their courses, strategize the connections across programs and majors, and envision campus-wide ePortfolios for all students. The event will feature experienced faculty and student ePortfolio mentors within working sessions. Participants will have ample opportunity to brainstorm, draft, and share ideas for implementation.

Event Details

July 18-19, 2018

Location: Chattanooga State Community College

4501 Amnicola Highway, Chattanooga, TN 37406

Registration Closed

Hotel Accomodations

Suggested hotels in the area are: 

The Chattanoogan

1201 Broad St.
Chattanooga, TN 37402
State Rate: $103.00 + tax, Breakfast: $15.95, Parking: $8.00

The Westin Chattanooga

801 Pine St.
Chattanooga, TN 37402
State Rate: $103.00 + tax, Breakfast: $12-16, Parking: $15.00

Reflect-In Faculty

  • Dr. Amanda Hyberger - ePortfolio Director and Professor of Music (Chattanooga State)
  • Art Thompson - Degree Works/ Digication Administrator (Chattanooga State)
  • Chris Lykins - Instructor, Graphic Arts Technology (Chattanooga State)
  • Amanda Davis - Assistant Professor, Administrative Professional Technology (Chattanooga State)
  • Clomeisha Tumlin - Instructor, Business Management (Chattanooga State)
  • Rhonda Gregory - Director of Distributed Education (Volunteer State)
  • Mickey Hall - English Faculty (Volunteer State)

Special Guest Speaker

  Dr. Tia Brown McNair, Vice President, Office of Diversity, Equity, and Student Success, AAC&U

 Dr. McNair oversees both funded projects and AAC&U’s continuing programs on equity, inclusive excellence, high-impact educational practices, and student success, including AAC&U’s Network for Academic Renewal series of yearly working conferences.  McNair also directs AAC&U’s Summer Institute on High-Impact   Educational Practices and Student Success. McNair serves as the project director for several AAC&U initiatives: "Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation," “Committing to Equity and Inclusive Excellence: Campus-Based Strategies for Student Success,” and “Purposeful Pathways: Faculty Planning and Curricular   Coherence.” She directed AAC&U's projects on "Advancing Underserved Student Success through Faculty Intentionality in Problem-Centered Learning,” "Advancing Roadmaps for Community College Leadership to Improve Student Learning and Success,” and "Developing a Community College Roadmap”. McNair chaired   AAC&U’s Equity Working Group that was part of the General Education Maps and Markers (GEMs) project that represented a large-scale, systematic effort to provide “design principles” for 21st-century learning and long-term student success. She is the lead author of the book Becoming a Student-Ready College: A New   Culture of Leadership for Student Success(July 2016). McNair is a co-author on the publication Assessing Underserved Students’ Engagement in High-Impact Practices