Select presentations from the 2014 Faculty of the Future Conference.

An Interpretation of the EDUCAUSE Student Use of Technology Study

Andrew Lawlor, Bucks County Community College

Lawlor Presentation

Teaching to the Test; No: Using the Test as a Teaching Strategy

J. David James, Prince George's Community College

Teaching to the Test

Digital Identity and Student Empowerment in a Changing Landscape

Mikhail Valentin, LaGuardia Community College

Digital Identity

The Future-Centered Course

Lynn McCarty, Bucks County Community College

Future Centered Course

Postsecondary Experiences of Students with Disabilities

Mary Callahan, Bucks County Community College

Postsecondary Experiences of Students with Disabilities

Open Source STEM Curricula: Acceoerated Certificates Embedding Industry Credentials

Susan Gallagher, Kim Law, Anne Arundel Community College

Open Source STEM Curricula

No Student is an Island: Engaging the Online Learner

Jocelyn Sirkis, Community College of Philadelphia

No Student is an Island

FREE Student Polling Technologies

Matthew Feldman, Montgomery County Community College

Student Polling

At the Forefront of Information Literacy

Alexandra Rojas, Chris McHale, Charles Keyes, LaGuardia Community College

At the Forefront

Helping Students Learn to be Students

Susan Arvay, Gwen Kane, Christine Pipitone, Dave Ross, Raritan Valley Community College

Helping Students

Smart Teaching: Strategies to Inspire Smarter Learning

Rose Mince, Greg Campbell, Robin Minor, Judith Boyle, Community College of Baltimore County

Smart Teaching

An Effective Enro‌llment Management Strategy: The Freshman Transition Program

Johari Barnes, Caitlin Duda, Community College of Baltimore County

Freshman Transition

Teaching Grammar in Literature and Composition: Adding Meaning, Not Stress

Heather Harris, Greg Campbell, Community College of Baltimore County

Teaching Grammar