Working Hand in Hand with Students, Faculty

One of the great advantages to being located on the campus of Wheeling Jesuit University is that it foments a relationship between those of us at the Center for Educational Technologies and the university. We can turn to faculty expertise for help on some research, and we can provide the university community that same kind of knowledge on educational technology and research. In addition, our facility offers students with an interest in education, technology, or the research we're doing a resource that they're not likely to find at most other campuses. WJU students have had the opportunity to help us in our research for the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, and NASA.

In addition, many staff here also teach courses for the university. Associate director Dr. Laurie Ruberg teaches an online education course each semester. Video manager Don Watson teaches a variety of classes in the Communications Department and oversees the university's CardinalCast productions of sporting events both online and for local cable TV. Our video production facilities and studio give students hands-on experience in broadcasting under Watson's supervision. Those students are also getting work with the new NASA DLiNfo Channel, which is managed through the NASA-sponsored Classroom of the Future program. Janis Worklan, editor, has helped oversee senior research projects for university communications majors. Dr. Debbie Denise Reese, senior educational researcher, has taught an educational research course.
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