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Gail M. Hunger

Lecturer
Unit: College of Arts and Sciences
Department: Technology Strategies
Office location and address
Wilson Hall
1605 Jefferson Park Ave
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904
Biography

Gail has her doctorate in the field of Instructional Design and Technology, and currently holds a position of Instructional Designer in the A&S Learning Design & Technology group. She facilitates conversations with faculty across disciplines to construct thoughtful connections between academic technologies, scholarship, and innovation in teaching and learning for course design. Her teaching and research focus on theory and design-based research including collaborative team based design, situated learning, and authentic instruction. She has extensive experience leading synergistic projects incorporating technology enhanced learning and course redesign at national and international higher education institutions. She has obtained grants to develop online mathematics education programs for professional development.

ELA 2600: Collect, Select, Reflect
Credits: 1
Transcripts and resumes in the 21st century have to be more than documentation on paper. This is not only because computers have become ubiquitous, but also because digital technology allows us to represent who we are to others and to ourselves in more multi-dimensional ways than print can. In this class you will assemble three e-portfolios. Together students will view, critique, and give feedback to each other's work.
ISSS 3887: Educational Technology in the Information Age
Credits: 3
Focuses on ongoing societal debates over educational technology while exploring local technology resources available at UVa and on the Web in general. Explores web-based tools, information websites, and interactive databases that support communication, research, and design skills, as well as creativity and knowledge presentation in online environments.