Presentations / Papers

Presentations

  • Overview of Articulate Storyline – ASTD‐RTA E‐Learning Sig
  • Solving the Mobile Mystery: When and How!  – Educause Learning Initiative (ELI) Conference
  • Social Media Solutions to Ignite Your Classroom – AACE E‐Learn International Conference Orlando, FL
  • DELTA Workshops at NC State University Raleigh, NC

1. Mobile Learning Strategies
2. How am I Doing?: Strategies for Giving (and Receiving) Student Feedback in the Online Classroom
3. Using Social Media to Ignite Your Classroom
4. Multimedia Hands‐on: How Do I Get Video Online?

Papers

Mobile Learning Paper

This paper explores the benefits and pedagogical implications of mobile learning solutions through three of the most popular learning paradigms: behaviorism, cognitivism, and constructivism. It also addresses how the approach to development, be it a mobile application, mobile website or both, should be considered alongside the goals and objectives of the learning solution.

An Approach to Mobile Development That Embraces Learning Theory and Best Practices

Keeping an Eye on Children in the Classroom

One in four children in the United States have undetected vision problems that are serious enough to impede their learning. In this paper, I recommend two policy proposals to Senator Christopher Bond that will encourage parents to get their children tested for vision problems at an early age.

Keeping an Eye on Children in the Classroom

Anthropomorphic Design

This paper discusses the use of anthropomorphic agents to increase motivation in educational software programs.

Anthropomorphic Design

Motivation Factors in E-Learning

This paper discussed the key theories on motivation in e-learning and gives recommendations for how to apply them in the classroom.

Motivation Factors in E-Learning