Conferences, Workshops & Summits

MCC Math Technology Workshop - August 2011 and August 2012, Muskegon, Michigan 

Week long hands on workshop using Camtasia, MathType, Geogebra, Jing, Math Hacks, Leveraging Technology, Web Presence, Teaching Online, Word and PowerPoint Math Tips, HTML, Fluid Math, Tablets and Math to name a few.  I returned in August 2013 as a volunteer to help attendees with technology.  This gave me the opportunity to learn the latest as well as help colleagues from across the U.S.

WAUG - WebAssign Users Group - June 2013, Raleigh, North Carolina

Attended sessions on best practices using WebAssign as well as sessions on teaching math in general with my focus on calculus.

AMATYC National Conference 

November 2013, Anaheim, California       November 2010, Boston, Massachusetts

November 2009, Las Vegas, Nevada        November 2008 Washington DC

November 2004, Orlando, Florida              November 2003, Salt Lake City, Utah

Attended many sessions on teaching calculus, flipped classroom, making your courses ADA compliant, online and hybrid math classes, assessment, math apps for ipads to name a few.

OpenEd Leadership Summit 2014 - June 2014, Portland, Oregon

Met with leaders, administrators, and faculty from across the U.S. to discuss topics in Open Educational Resources. Also met one-on-one with David Lipmann to discuss best practices and logistics for using MyOpenMath in Canvas and in calculus.  I came back from this conference committed to developing an OER calculus book to be adopted by our department.


ICTCM 2015 - March 2015 - Las Vegas, Nevada

ICTCM 2014 - March 2014 - San Antonio, Texas

ICTCM 2013 - March 2013, Boston, Massachusetts

ICTCM 2012 - March 2012, Orlando, Florida

ICTCM 2011 - March 2011 - Denver, Colorado

ICTCM 2009 - March 2009 - New Orleans, Louisiana

ICTCM 2008 - March 2008 - San Antonio, Texas

ICTCM 2007 - February 2007 - Boston, Massachusetts

ICTCM 2004 - October 2004, New Orleans, Louisiana       ICTCM 2002 - October 2002, Orlando, Florida

ICTCM 2001 - November 2001 - Baltimore, Maryland        ICTCM 2000 - November 2000 - Atlanta, Georgia


This annual conference focuses on using technology in teaching and learning math.  I always come away with excellent teaching tools and ideas.  By attending each year I've established a network of math tech colleagues  to trade ideas, lessons learned and successes.  I also typically present at this conference.