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Open Educational Resource Presentation, Johannah Lowder Jan 2017

Open Educational Resource Presentation, Johannah Lowder

Faculty Publications and Presentations

This presentation by the Jerry Falwell Library and Center for Curriculum Development offers information on the benefits of using Open Educational Resources (OER) in a course and resources for finding OER.


Cte Spring 2016 Collaborate With The Jfl For Student Success, Shelley Oakley Aug 2015

Cte Spring 2016 Collaborate With The Jfl For Student Success, Shelley Oakley

Faculty Publications and Presentations

No abstract provided.


Using The Interactive Whiteboard To Teach Social Studies, Shelley Oakley Mar 2015

Using The Interactive Whiteboard To Teach Social Studies, Shelley Oakley

Faculty Publications and Presentations

No abstract provided.


Creating A Library That Meets Teachers' Needs, Shelley Oakley Oct 2014

Creating A Library That Meets Teachers' Needs, Shelley Oakley

Faculty Publications and Presentations

No abstract provided.


Online Safety For Seniors, Shelley Oakley Aug 2014

Online Safety For Seniors, Shelley Oakley

Faculty Publications and Presentations

No abstract provided.


The Shape Of Higher Ed Yet To Come (Brown Bag Lunch Topic), Shelley Oakley Jul 2014

The Shape Of Higher Ed Yet To Come (Brown Bag Lunch Topic), Shelley Oakley

Faculty Publications and Presentations

Moderator for a lively discussion between library faculty and staff about what the future of higher education may look like and how the library needs to be ready not only to react, but to partner with academic departments throughout future changes.


Entering The Virtual Teacher’S Lounge: The Efficacy Of Community In Computer-Mediated Communication Based Environments For Professional Educators, Randall S. Dunn Mar 2008

Entering The Virtual Teacher’S Lounge: The Efficacy Of Community In Computer-Mediated Communication Based Environments For Professional Educators, Randall S. Dunn

Faculty Dissertations

This study seeks to illuminate an understanding of naturally forming online communities of professional educators in the context of off-line communities. Essentially, an online discussion forum for educators is evaluated for the purpose of determining whether the forum provides a “space” conducive for the development of a community of professional educators as benchmarked against an understanding of offline community formation and existence. The foundational works of Ferdinand Tonnies, James Coleman, and Ray Oldenburg are used to develop 13 characteristics of community - as understood in the context of informal social communities as opposed to the types related to more formal aspects ...