Scott E. Schopieray, Ph.D.

Assistant Dean, Academic and Research Technology

College of Arts and Letters, Michigan State University

479 W. Circle Dr., rm. 309

East Lansing, MI 48824

ph:517.282.4224

schopie1@msu.edu


 Education

 

2006    Ph.D. - Learning, Technology & Culture :: Michigan State University

Emphasis Areas: Online Teaching & Learning, Faculty & Organizational Development

Dissertation Title: Understanding Faculty Motivation to Teach Online Courses

Advisor: Dr. W. Patrick Dickson

 

1999    B.A. – English :: Michigan State University

Emphasis Areas: English - English Education/Composition/20th Century American Literature.

Minors: Environmental Science, Kinesiology

Professional Experience

Assistant Dean, Academic and Research Technology                                January 2015-Present

College of Arts and Letters, Michigan State University

 

Director of Academic Technology                                                              January 2008-December 2014

College of Arts and Letters, Michigan State University

 

Assistant Director                                                                                       July 2004-December 2007

Center for Teaching and Technology, College of Education, Michigan State University

 

eProducer/Learning Designer                                                                                April 2000-July 2004

Learning Design and Technology (LearnDAT), Michigan State University

Founding Partner                                                                                                December 1999-April 2002

HikeOut Web Specialists, East Lansing, MI

Webmaster                                                                                                  November 1999-April 2001

Michigan United Conservation Clubs, Lansing, MI

Director of Web Development                                                                                         May 1999-November 1999

Leelanau Communications, Inc., Leland, MI

 

Publications/Presentations

Peer Reviewed Publications

Potts, L., Lauren, B., Tegtmeyer, R., & Schopieray, S. (2015, September). Doing and learning the business of UX. User Experience.

 

Walls, D., Schopieray, S., & DeVoss, D.N. (2009). Hacking spaces: Place as interface.

Computers and Composition, 26(4), 269-287.

 

Tansey, T.N., Schopieray, S., Boland, E., Lane, F., & Pruett, S.R. (2009). Examining

technology-enhanced coursework in rehabilitation counselor education using Bloom's taxonomy of learning. Rehabilitation Education, 23(2), 107-118.

Peer Reviewed Conference Papers/Presentations/Proceedings:

Schopieray, S., Matz, B, & Imbracsio, N. (2018). Course Based Learning Analytics: Findings of the 2017-18 Faculty Learning Community. Teaching and Learning Spring Conference. East Lansing, MI.

Schopieray, S. & Sonka, K. (2018). Adopting Accessibility through Cultural Shift: Creating Your Own Plan. Educause Learning Initiative. New Orleans, LA.

Schopieray, S. & Trego, D. (2018). Behind the Badge: Supporting Robust Cocurricular Competency Tracking Programs. Educause Learning Initiative. New Orleans, LA. 

Evans, N.E., & Schopieray, S. (2017). Selecting Accessible Tools for Teaching and Learning. Accessible Learning 2017. East Lansing, MI.

Mapes, K., Shellgren, M., Schopieray, S., Wolf, L.G., & Long, C.P. (2017). Domain of One's Own at MSU: Promoting Digital Presence and Public Scholarship. Domains 2017. Oklahoma City, OK.

Schopieray, S., & Knott, J.L. (2017). Behind the badge: Creating robust co-curricular competency tracking programs. OLC Innovate 2017. New Orleans, LA.

Schopieray, S., Knott, J.L., & Kraemer, A. (2016). Leveraging Course-Level Data to Support Teaching and Learning. Proceedings of the 2016 Educause Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA.

 

Schopieray, S., & Kraemer, A. (2016). Investigating Course-Level Analytics in Online Classes. OLC Innovate 2016. New Orleans, LA.

 

Gustafson, T., & Schopieray, S. (2016). WCAG 2.0 AA: What? Building College Accessibility Plans from Ground Zero. Proceedings of the 2016 Educause Learning Initiative Meeting, San Antonio, TX.

 

Bering-Porter, D., Schopieray, S., Walker, T., Mejeur, C., Charley, M., & Bills, P. (2015). Distant Reading Visual Media Using Computation and Digital Image Analysis Tools. HASTAC Annual Conference, East Lansing, MI.

 

Schopieray, S., & Kilcoyne, R.  (2014). Cutting Through The Clutter

Content Management Systems In Higher Education. HighEd Web Michigan Annual Conference, Ann Arbor, MI.

Kraemer, A., Schopieray, S., Giupponi, L., Trego, D. (2014). Faculty development: language learning in online environments. Proceedings of the 2014 Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium conference, Athens, OH.

 

Schopieray, S., Walker, T. (2014). Promoting situated learning with mobile devices: The TourGuide project. Proceedings of the 2014 Educause Learning Initiative Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

 

Thomas, S., Schopieray, S., Adams, B., Libarkin, J. (2013). Developing for mass scale: Tools to support adaptive MOOC environments. Proceedings of the 2013 Educause Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA.

 

Schopieray, S., Walker, T. (2013). Fostering engaged learning through place-based mobile learning: The TourGuide project. Proceedings of the 2013 Educause Midwest Regional Conference, Chicago, IL.

 

Schopieray, S. (2012). One Week, One Course: A rapid prototyping concept for online courses. Proceedings of the Annual Distance Teaching and Learning Conference, Madison, WI.

 

Schopieray, S. & Walker, T. (2012). TourGuide: Engaging Students with Place-Based Mobile Learning. Presented at the Great Lakes Place Based Education Conference. East Lansing, MI.

 

Schopieray, S. (2012). Using Mobile-Based Tours with Field Trips. Presented at the 2012 Michigan Association of Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) Annual Conference. Grand Rapids, MI

 

Schopieray, S. (2012). Writing Basic Applications for Mobile Devices. Presented at the 2012 Michigan Association of Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) Annual Conference. Grand Rapids, MI

 

Kraemer, A. & Schopieray, S. (2011). Investigating Effects of Learning Space Design on Foreign Language Pedagogy. Proceedings of the American Association of Applied Linguistics, Chicago, IL.

 

Schopieray, S., & Adams, B. (2011). Using Student-Centered Development Teams to Rapidly Create Web-Enabled and Mobile Applications. Proceedings of the 2011 Educause Midwest Regional Conference. Chicago, IL

 

Adams, B., Malinowski, R., & Schopieray, S. (2011). Mobile Application Development at MSU. Presented at Committee for Institutional Cooperation (CIC) CIO’s Tech Forum, Chicago, IL.

 

Staff from Academic Technology Services (ATS), College of Arts and Letters, College of Veterinary Medicine, and Virtual University Design and Technology. (2011). Satisfying Mobile Needs on Campus. MSU Information Technology Conference, East Lansing, MI.

 

Schopieray, S. & Larcom, G. (2011). Introduction to Camtasia. Presented at the 2011 Michigan Association of Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) Annual Conference. Detroit, MI

 

Schopieray, S. (2011). Using Camtasia to Support Blended and Online Learning. Presented at the 2011 Michigan Association of Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) Annual Conference. Detroit, MI

 

Kraemer, A., & Schopieray, S. (2010). Effects of learning space design on CALL pedagogy. Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO), Amherst, MA.

 

Schopieray, S., & Blinkenberg, B. (2010). Survival Training for Tech Integration Specialists. Michigan Association of Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) Annual Conference, Grand Rapids, MI.

 

Schopieray, S., & Blinkenberg, B. (2009). Using Pre-recorded Video Demonstrations as a

Tool to Scaffold Faculty and Student Technology Learning. Proceedings of the 2009 Educause Midwestern Regional Conference, Chicago, IL.

 

Schopieray, S., & Blinkenberg, B. (2009). Survival Training for Tech Integration Specialists. Collaborative Tools for Learning Conference, Macomb, MI.

 

Walls, D., DeVoss, D., & Schopieray, S. (2009). Hacking spaces: Place as interface.

Computers and Writing 2009. Davis, CA.

 

Hendricks, H., Boyle, S., Montgomery, C., Glazier, D., Schopieray, S., & Hoopingarner,

D. (2009). From language lab to language learning space. International Association for Language Learning Technology Annual Conference. Atlanta, GA.

 

Schopieray, S., Zellner, A., & Brooks, J. (2009). Pow! Zap! Bam! Creating powerful

learning experiences with comics in the classroom. Michigan Association of Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) Annual Conference. Detroit, MI.

 

Schopieray, S., & Keller, A. (2009). Remixing our world view. Michigan Association of

Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) Annual Conference. Detroit, MI.

 

Schopieray, S., & Montgomery, C. (2008) Online Teaching/Online Learning: Skills for

the 21st century educator. Michigan Association of Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) Annual Conference. Grand Rapids, MI.

 

Baker, J. & Schopieray, S. (2007). Pedagogical commitments and on-line

learning: Strange bedfellows or the perfect match?. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Education. Athens Institute for Education and Research, Athens, Greece.

 

Schopieray, S.E. (2007). Motivating teacher technology use: Harnessing the

power of relationships to promote technology in schools. MACUL/REMC Educational Technology Coordinator's Conference. Kalamazoo, MI.

 

Schopieray, S.E. (2007). Motivating Education Faculty to Teach Online:

Implications for Administrators. 2007 American Educational Research Association Meeting. Chicago, IL.

 

Bush, K., & Schopieray, S.E. (2007). Creating online experiences. Michigan

Association of Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) Annual Conference. Detroit, MI.

 

Bush, K., Schopieray, S.E., Silverman, D. (2007). Becoming an online

learner: Exploring course management systems. Michigan Association of Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) Annual Conference. Detroit, MI.

 

Schopieray, S.E., & Joseph, L. (2007). Exploring map mashing in the

classroom. 23rd Annual Educational Technology Conference. East Lansing, MI.

 

Weiland, S., & Schopieray, S.E. (2005). Course based independent study.

Proceedings of the 2005 Distance Learning Conference. Madison, WI.

 

Blinkenberg, B. & Schopieray, S.E. (2005). Strategies and techniques for

supporting faculty teaching online courses: A scalable institutional model. Proceedings of the 2005 EDUCAUSE Midwest Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL.

 

Jennings, G. & Schopieray, S.E. (2004). Bringing the classroom discussion

online: A framework for successfully facilitating large-group online synchronous discussion. Proceedings of the 2004 Midwestern Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. Columbus, OH.

 

Schopieray, S.E. (2004). Motivation to learn in adult computer-based distance

education: A review of literature. Proceedings of the 2004 Midwestern Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. Columbus, OH.

 

Schopieray, S.E. & Blinkenberg, B. (2004). Strategies and techniques for

supporting faculty working with online courses. Proceeedings of the 2005 Distance Learning Conference. Madison, WI.

 

Dirkx, J.M. & Schopieray, S.E. (2004). Using ANGEL as a tool for

powerful collaborative group work. ANGEL User's Conference. East Lansing, MI.

 

Baker, J.A. & Schopieray, S.E. (2004). Pedagogical commitments and online

learning: The psychology of classroom discipline. Proceeedings of the 2005 Distance Learning Conference. Madison, WI.

 

Schopieray, S. (2003). Exploring collaboration and cooperation in the

online classroom. Proceedings of the 2003 Midwestern Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. Columbus, OH.

 

Thomas, S., Agnew, T., & Schopieray, S. (2000). Incorporating internet

technology and publishing into a basic writing course. East Central Writing Centers Association Annual Conference. Lansing, MI.

 

Schopieray, S., & Doonan, K. (1998). Building a web-based resource for

writing across the curriculum. Spring Conference on the Language Arts. East Lansing, MI.          

 

Pennington, J., Rosewarne, A., & Schopieray, S. (1998). Responding to

student writing across the curriculum. Lansing Community College Writing Center Seminar. Lansing, MI.

 

Fegan, M., Pennington, S., Schopieray, S., & Williams, S. (1997). Internet

writing consultants: Using technology to support writing. National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing. Lexington, KY.

 

Invited Presentations

 

Schopieray, S., Hodges, K., Ferenchick, G., & Malinowski, R. (2016). Competency based learning tracking systems. MSU Hub Panel Presentation, East Lansing, MI.

 

Thomas, S., Schopieray, S., Goodrich, D. & Yang, J. (2015). Quality Matters at MSU: Introducing the Quality Matters Rubric. Michigan State Faculty Seminar. East Lansing, MI.

 

Thomas, S., Schopieray, S., & Yang, J. (2015). Quality Matters at MSU: Introducing the Quality Matters Rubric. Michigan State University Instructional Technology Brown Bag Series. East Lansing, MI.

 

Dickson, P., Gustafson, T., Sonka, K. & Schopieray, S. (2015). ePortfolios@MSU: Present and Future. Michigan State University Instructional Technology Brown Bag Series. East Lansing, MI.

 

Schopieray, S., Urban-Lurain, M., & Wolf, L. (2011). “Technology in the Classroom.” Panel Discussion at MSU Graduate Teaching Certification Institute, East Lansing, MI.

 

Schopieray, S. (2010). Continuing the Conversation: Using Technology Tools to Support the Use of Conceptual Maps in the Classroom. Presented as part of MSU Lilly Seminar Series. East Lansing, MI.

 

Schopieray, S. & Adams, B. (2010). Creating mobile applications for learning. Presented at MSU Instructional Computing and Technology CAFÉ, East Lansing, MI.

 

Schopieray, S. (2010). Integrating technology into the classroom. Michigan State University Spring Institute on College Teaching, East Lansing, MI.

 

Schopieray, S.E. (2006). Understanding education faculty motivation

to teach online courses. Michigan State University Instructional Technology Brown Bag Series. East Lansing, MI.   

 

Schopieray, S.E. & Blinkenberg, B. (2004). Strategies and techniques for

supporting faculty teaching online courses: A scalable institutional model. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Educational Teleconsortium of Michigan. Livonia, MI.

Grants

Humanities Commons. Submitted to National Endowment for the Humanities, March 2018. Kathleen Fitzpatrick, PI.

Summer Institute on Digital Presence and Public Scholarship. Submitted to National Endowment for the Humanities, March 2018. Kathleen Fitzpatrick, PI.

The American Religious Sounds Project. Funded by the Henry Luce Foundation September 2016. Amy DeRogatis, PI.

 

The Religious Soundmap Project of The Global Midwest. Funded by the Humanities Without Walls Consortium/Mellon Foundation December 2014. Amy DeRogatis, Isaac Weiner, Mohammad Khalil, Bobby Smiley, and Scott Schopieray, Co-PI’s.

 

CNA: Collaborative Network Analysis in Humanities Research and Teaching. Submitted to the National Endowment for the Humanities September 2013. Scott Schopieray and David Kim, Co-PI’s.

 

Leveraging Peer Feedback in Writing-to-Learn Pedagogies to Drive Adaptive Learning in the Humanities. Submitted to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, May 2013. Scott Schopieray, William Hart-Davidson, and Gretel Vanwieren, Co-PI’s.

 

The Ecology Of Adaptive Moocs. Submitted to the National Science Foundation January 2013. Julie Libarkin, Stephen Thomas, Scott Schopieray, and Brian Mavis, Co-PI’s.

 

Digging Digitally: Creating a More Dynamic Archaeological Field Journal Archive. Collaborating participant. Funded by National Endowment for the Humanities Digital Startup program August 2011. Jon M. Frey, PI.

 

Professional Development Grant – Funded by the Smarter Kids Foundation, 2006

To support interactive whiteboard use in the classroom. Scott Schopieray, PI.

 

Smarter Kids SMART Products Grant – Funded by the Smarter Kids Foundation, 2006

To support purchase of SMART Technologies interactive white boards for use in faculty development activities. Scott Schopieray, PI.

Teaching/Curriculum Development Experience

Curriculum Development

General Curriculum Consulting - Ongoing

         Citizen Scholars Program – curriculum advisor Spring 2016-Present

         Bachelor of Arts in Experience Architecture – curriculum co-author
         Master of Arts in Arts and Cultural Management – curriculum co-author

         Graduate Certificate in Digital Humanities – curriculum co-author

         Graduate Certificate in College Teaching – curriculum co-author

         Undergraduate Specialization/Minor in Digital Humanities – curriculum co-author

Courses Taught

Practicum in Blended and Online Learning

Fall 2009 through Present

Developed graduate level course on developing and teaching blended and online courses. Teach the course each fall semester for Master’s and Doctoral students

 

Urban Studio Internship

Summer 2016

Developed and taught summer semester internship course tying experiential work at internships with critical thinking around technology and cultural experiences in Detroit.

 

Technology and Culture in Detroit

Fall 2014

Developed and taught semester long course examining digital technologies in relation to arts and cultural studies in Detroit.

 

Creativity, Entertainment and Networking in Los Angeles

Spring 2013 and Spring 2015

Developed and taught study away course for undergraduate students focusing on creative work spaces, networking and the entertainment industry in Los Angeles, CA.

 

Digital Humanities Application Development

Spring 2013

Developed and taught course for undergraduate and graduate students on processes and skills for developing and assessing applications for digital humanities work.

 

Faculty Development Technology Workshops, Ongoing

Teach various technology topics to faculty during 1hr to 1week long technology theory and skills workshops

 

Graduate Teaching Assistant, CEP817 Learning Technology Through Design

Spring Semester 2005

Co-taught course on learning technology through designing and developing online learning experiences

 

Lab Instructor, Preparation for College Writing Program (PCWP)

Spring Semester 1999

Taught weekly technology lab consisting of web design principles and fundamentals

Affiliations/Memberships/Committees

Chairperson/Elected Member, Michigan State University Information Technology Council Board of Directors

Michigan State University Technology and Learning Faculty Learning Community Member

Michigan State University Quality Matters Campus Coordinator

American Educational Research Association

                2010 Annual Meeting Paper Reviewer

Blackboard Exemplary Course Program

                2011 Course Reviewer

EDUCAUSE

2016 Annual Meeting Paper Reviewer

2015-2016 Educause Review journal review board

2004-Present, Campus Affiliate

2010 Annual Meeting Paper Reviewer

2009 Annual Meeting Paper Reviewer

Michigan Association of Computer Users in Learning (MACUL)

2009-2012, Communications Director for SIG Professional Learning

Mid-Western Educational Research Association (MWERA),

2004-2006 Research Paper Reviewer for Annual Meeting, Division J

2005 Annual Meeting Session Discussant, Divisions J & H

2006 Annual Meeting Session Chair, Division J

Sloan Consortium Asynchronous Learning Networks

2010 Annual Meeting Paper Reviewer

                Michigan State University Writing Task Force, Tier II Team, 2004

Awards/Nominations/Accomplishments

2012 – Graduate, MOR Associates Information Technology Leadership Program (ITLP)

2012 – First Place, Fully Online category, SBC Faculty-Staff Awards in

Instructional Technology for design and development of “AL431: Fairy Tales - The Real Household Tales of Europe” online course

2010 – Quality Matters, Certified Peer Reviewer

2008 – Honorable Mention, Blended Category, SBC Faculty-Staff Awards in

Instructional Technology for design and development of “Assessment and Research in Rehabilitation” blended course

2007 – Graduate, EDUCAUSE Learning Technology Leadership Program

2006 - Nominee, Crain's Detroit Business "Top 20 in Their 20's" Award

2005 – Honorable Mention, Fully Online Category, SBC Faculty-Staff Awards in

Instructional Technology for design and development of “The Psychology of Classroom Discipline” online course

2004 – Completed “Leadership in the Workplace” certificate from MSU Human

Resource Development training program

1999 – Nominated for East Central Writing Centers Association Outstanding

Writing Tutor of the Year Award for work with technology and consulting