Dr. Han Nee Chong Wester, CAIT’s Pedagogy Expert, Blackboard Instructional Designer
Han Nee’s research interest in innovative technology for learning stems from a firm belief in student-centered learning. While technology is a tool, which in and of itself, does not promote learning, she believes that it can be integrated purposefully into instruction. In her role as an instructional designer at CAIT, Han Nee assists in planning for effective implementation of curriculum to ensure that technology is used effectively to meet student needs. She conducts workshops on a regular basis to demonstrate the use of technology in classroom to improve teaching and learning, and provides frequent feedback to faculty and administrators regarding instructional technology. She is interested in working with faculty to make continuous improvements in key processes, techniques, and procedures related to the instructional technology program at HPU.
She can be reached anytime at email@example.com.CAIT's Mission
CAIT provides a collaborative learning center that links people, projects, and technology in the pursuit of innovative ways to enhance lifelong learning for our students and our community.
In pursuit of this mission, we offer presentations, trainings, workshops, individual consultations, and project management resources on topics ranging from course and assessment design to classroom management to instructional technology. We provide faculty orientation and host ceremonies and awards that recognize achievement in teaching, scholarship, and service.
- We can help you integrate new technologies and applications into your classroom.
- We can help you design an effective and engaging course – face-to-face, hybrid, or online.
- Our workshops and events can be found on our CAIT Events Calendar: http://cait.hpu.edu/events
- We offer a series of self-paced online training modules on how to effectively teach online courses.
- We want to capture and share your best practices and strategies with others at HPU. We support many different ways to share knowledge – through workshops, presentations, Po’okela articles (our newsletter), blog posts, Knowledge Base resources, and more.
- We manage a web-based Knowledge Base, a living, searchable database of resources on a variety of topics related to teaching and learning. http://cait.hpu.edu/kb
- Our blog supports reflection and community-building, offering summaries of significant events and accomplishments. http://cait.hpu.edu
Connect with us
Our diverse team of curriculum and assessment specialists, instructional designers, and informational analysts are eager to work with you. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.