Thank you to all of the speakers, panelists, exhibitors, and attendees for another successful Showcase! Showcase 2011 included 50 poster exhibitors, five breakout sessions, and a dynamic keynote presentation.
Showcase 2011 Spotlight Video Series
From the 2011 Showcase, here are four poster presenters that represent a variety of breakthroughs. In a series of short videos, just five minutes or less, they tell us what they accomplished.
. From the 2011 Showcase, here are four poster presenters that represent a variety of breakthroughs. In a series of short videos, just five minutes or less, they tell us what they accomplished. Click here to watch all four Spotlight Videos
2011 Keynote Presentation Online!
In a departure from prior years, the keynote presentation
featured six presentations using a novel format called “Pecha Kucha,”
and two videos. Each Pecha Kucha presentation consists of 20 slides for
20 seconds each, quickly and memorably combining key concepts and
practical applications. Click here to watch the entire presentation.
Pecha Kucha Presentations:
Maury Cotter, Director, Office of Quality Improvement
Paul DeLuca, Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs (3:58)
- Introduction to Pecha Kucha (starts at 6:40)
Bruce Harville, Coordinator, Showcase 2011, Office of Quality Improvement
- Building Trust to Build Success (starts at 13:30)
The ways in which developing trust among team members
can help our faculty and staff members work more productively and
Julie Underwood, Dean, UW-Madison School of Education
- Collaborating on an “App for That” (starts at 25:00)
How individuals from two different units on campus
worked together to UW make a splash ingrowing pool of smartphone users.
Nick Weaver, University Communications
Brad Leege, DoIT Academic Technology
- Developing and Communicating Innovative Ideas (starts at 32:15)
Tips, metaphors, and stories to help you learn how to innovate with success.
Darin Eich, UW Alumnus, Facilitator and Founder of innovationlearning.org
- Not Reinventing the Wheel (starts at 39:30)
How two students combined their engineering and business
skills to collaborate in devising a unique and convenient innovation.
Scott Johanek and Jeff Inhofer, Seniors, UW-Madison College of Engineering
- Recruiting Top Performers to Build Your Teams (starts at 46:35)
What the rest of the university community can learn
about effective recruitment strategies from the people who do it year in
and year out.
John Dettman, Director of Strength and Conditioning, UW Athletics
Two Alternative Presentation Styles (videos) (starts at 53:30):
Concluding Remarks (starts at 1:02:00):
- Where Good Ideas Come From, Steven Johnson (53:30)
- 200 Countries, 200 Years, 4 Minutes, Dr. Hans Rosling (57:30)
Bruce Harville, Office of Quality Improvement