Patricia Almond

Research Associate Dr. Almond is a Research Associate at the Center for Advanced Technology in Education (CATE) at the University of Oregon. Currently she is on the research teams for three federally funded projects at CATE: MeTRC, SOAR, and COPELLS. Dr. Almond is a nationally recognized expert in the areas of assessment and students with disabilities (SWD) particularly related to assessment accommodations, alternate assessments for students with significant cognitive disabilities, and statewide… Read More

Uladzimir Slabin

Uladzimir Slabin

Faculty & Staff

Lynne Anderson-Inman 541-346-2657 Email Lynne Anderson-Inman Judith Blair 541-346-2692 Email Judith Blair Rachel Cameron 541-346-2680 Email Rachel Cameron Len Hatfield   Email Len Hatfield Peggy Marconi 541-346-3982 Email Peggy Marconi Leslie Martinez 541-346-3576 Email Leslie Martinez Marilyn Olson 541-346-2847 Email Marilyn Olson Uladzimir Slabin 541-346-2623 Email Uladzimir Slabin Steve Williamson   Email Steve Williamson Main Office 541-346-3460  

UfoliO: Formative assessment portfolio development for undergraduate programs at the University of Oregon

Director/s: Jonathon Richter, Lori Hager, Ron Bramhall, & Nancy Cheng Funding agency: University of Oregon’s Office of the Provost Beginning – Ending Dates: September 2008 – present Description: In support of the University of Oregon’s overall effort to enhance and improve formative assessment practices, this project seeks to actively explore the efficacy of eportfolio processes in several academic disciplines at the University of Oregon: LCB Honors Program, the Arts and Administration Program,… Read More

Simulations & Games Development Initiative

Director/s: Jim Bailey (Lane Community College) & Jonathon Richter Funding agency: National Science Foundation’s Division of Undergraduate Education Beginning – Ending Dates: August 2008 – June 2011 Description: The Simulations Gaming Development Initiative (SGDI) program at Lane Community College aims to integrate programming and gaming industry curricula into a distributed 3D virtual and web-enhanced platform in order to enhance access and innovation for people across the country. The project has been designed… Read More

The COPELLS Project

Title of Project: The COPELLS Project: Collaborative Onine Projects for English Language Learners in Science Directors: Carolyn Knox, Ph.D., Kenneth Doxsee, Ph.D., and Fatima Terrazas-Arellanes, Ph.D. Funding agency: National Science Foundation (NSF) Beginning – Ending Dates: September 01, 2009- March 31, 2013 Description: Project COPELLS is a three and a half year research and development project proposed by University of Oregon’s National Center for Supported Electronic Text (NCSeT) and the Center for… Read More

CATE Organizational Chart

Center for Advanced Technology in Education Organization Chart Updated 1/20/17

Lynne Anderson-Inman, Ph.D.

Your name, title Picture Biographical description A current 4-page vita (which will be linked to from this page, or provided as a PDF) List of sample recent publications (may include links out, that will open in new window) Current projects (will link to the project page described above)   Units Director, Center for Advanced Technology in Education (CATE) Director, Center for Electronic Studying (CES) Director, Oregon Writing Project (OWP)   Projects Director,… Read More

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