In my role as academic technology consultant I work with members of the University community to leverage academic technology and improve the educational experience. Of particular interest to me are strategies for engaging faculty in conversations and planning in order to integrate technology into the curriculum.
I received my Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota in English; my research focused on the rise of "useful knowledge" in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Britain. I wrote and developed educational courseware at Plato Learning for three years before returning to the University to work at the intersections of teaching and academic technology in 2003.
Recent Presentations and Publications
Marsh, Lauren and Jen Mein. "Urgent Conversations within IT." EDUCAUSE Midwest Unconference facilitator. March 20, 2013.
Brooks, D. Christopher, Lauren Marsh, and Kimerly Wilcox. Engaging Faculty as Catalysts for change: A Roadmap for Transforming Higher Education. Educause Review Online. February 26, 2013.
Cohen, Bradley, and Lauren Marsh. “Piloting Innovation through Faculty Development Programs.” ELI Online Fall Focus Session 2012.
Schaber, Patricia, Lauren Marsh, and Kimerly Wilcox. (2012). "Exploring Signature Pedagogies: Relational Learning in Occupational Therapy Professional Education." In Exploring More Signature Pedagogies, Chick, N., Haynie, A., Gurung, R., eds. Sterling, VA: Stylus Press, 188 – 202.
Brooks, D. Christopher, Lauren Marsh, Kimerly Wilcox, and Bradley Cohen. (2011). "Beyond Satisfaction: Toward an Outcomes-Based, Procedural Model of Faculty Development Program Evaluation." Journal of Faculty Development, 25(3): 5-12.
Schaber, Patricia, Kimerly Wilcox, Aimee Whiteside, Lauren Marsh, and Brooks, D.Christopher. (2010). "Designing Learning Environments to Foster Affective Learning: Comparison of Classroom to Blended Learning." International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 4(2).