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ETUG 25th Anniversary Conference 
June 20 & 21, 2019
Thompson Rivers University 
**Parking - It’s best to park in Lots J, K or N. Parking on campus is $5.00/day and free after 5:00pm.**
Keynote’s on Day 1 & 2 as well as Gasta Session are available on Livestream - Link to watch.
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Thursday, June 20 • 2:40pm - 3:10pm
GeoQuizzes: from Transparency & Paper Based Geographic Quizzes to a Canvas Integrated Online Platform LIMITED

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Academic institutions are privileged with creative faculty that produce innovative ideas on how to enrich the teaching-learning experience for their students. However, many times faculty comes up with an innovation, but is unable to implement it due to the lack of resources to do so. Sometimes these ideas involve the design, development and implementation of software, but usually there are not enough Information Technology personnel or budget to create this software.
This presentation will discuss the evolution of the GeoQuiz from using transparencies, paper and manual grading, to the development and use of an Online application, overcoming the aforementioned challenge about software development. Geoquiz is a custom web application that helps students learn the name, capital, shape and geographic location of countries. The application is integrated into Canvas and creates randomized quizzes for each student and submits the score and student submitted responses into the course gradebook.


Speakers
avatar for Carlos Arias

Carlos Arias

Computer Science Professor, Seattle Pacific University
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Karen Park

Seattle Pacific University
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Ruth Ediger

Associate Professor of Political Science, Seattle Pacific University
I teach many of the international relations classes including International Law, International Organizations, History of American Foreign Relations, and a common curriculum class called Emergence of the Modern Global System



Thursday June 20, 2019 2:40pm - 3:10pm PDT
Alpine Room - Rm 130 Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, BC, Canada