Purdue University Global
United States of America - Fortine
- On the Inside Looking Out: External Factors and AI Policy
- AI Policy and the Learner: What Students Want and Need
- Building and Cultivating Students’ Communities of Practice in the Global Context
- Using Cheap and Easy-to-Use Technology to Maximize Learning and Teaching in Online Education
- Focusing on Student Engagement in Online Education
- Using DEI Influencers in the Classroom to Promote Confidence in Identity as well as Mastery of Content
- Fostering Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Online Classes
- Technology-assisted Grading and the Real Three C’s of Composition.
- Successful Integration of technology into the Composition classroom through the use of Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy.
- Using Academic Writer to Develop Students’ Writing and Research Skills
Michelle Bianco is fulltime faculty and teaches undergraduate courses in composition and participates in outreach programs and curriculum development. Michelle and her husband have been pursuing their dream of building an off the grid cabin in woods. Their life in Northwestern Montana follows in the footsteps of Michelle’s great grandfather who wrote a book about growing up in Montana. Michelle Bianco has written and published articles for the National Council for Teachers of English, Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education, Vestnik and The Naberezhnye Chelny State University of Pedagogy. Michelle has presented at Global Society of Online Literacy Educators, Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education Interactive Conference 2021, Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2021, International Forum on Pedagogy: Education, Realities, and Perspectives 2021, The Purdue Global Village, Educators Exchange and GEM Presentation Strategies for Student Engagement and Success.