The University of San Francisco: Information Technology Services
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CIT Awards Winners 2011

The CIT Awards honor faculty or staff who have demonstrated excellent use of technology in education. Recipients have supported the development of teaching and learning, contributing to the overall quality of the USF learning environment.

Bruce PriceFull-Time Faculty Award -  Bruce Price, School of Law

“This Professor is definitely on the forefront of technology use in the classroom at the School of Law, and he effectively utilizes technology to accommodate various learning styles among his students.  He is diligent about making course learning materials available online, which greatly benefits his students while also being green. His engaging use of clickers is both fun and helpful in teaching course material.”

Corrigan HeadshotPart-Time Faculty Award -  Shelwyn Corrigan, School of Arts and Sciences

“This faculty member’s use of a broad range of digital skills and her ability to create compelling learning materials using rich media is truly impressive. She has taken what some might consider dry aspects of English grammar and turned them into colorful presentations in the virtual world of Second Life.  In addition, this faculty member creatively uses Skype among students in the classroom to facilitate language instruction.  She is clearly a leader in her field.”

“My professor embraces technology for educators wholly and shares his passion and expertise in a way that makes it accessible to learners and educators at every level. His was far the best course delivery of any I have experienced at USF.”

Other Award Recipients: 20142013, 2012, 20112010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003