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Teaching Information Synthesis, Anne Diekema, Kacy Lundstrom, Connie Woxland May 2014

Teaching Information Synthesis, Anne Diekema, Kacy Lundstrom, Connie Woxland

Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


The Next Information Literacy Challenge: Partnering To Promote Deeper Engagement With Information And Better Writing, Wendy Holliday, Kacy Lundstrom, Anne Diekema, Sheri Haderlie May 2013

The Next Information Literacy Challenge: Partnering To Promote Deeper Engagement With Information And Better Writing, Wendy Holliday, Kacy Lundstrom, Anne Diekema, Sheri Haderlie

Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Transitions: Narratives Of Transitional Experiences Of Non-Traditional Female Students Upon Return To The University, Susan A. Turner Apr 2012

Transitions: Narratives Of Transitional Experiences Of Non-Traditional Female Students Upon Return To The University, Susan A. Turner

Teacher Education and Leadership Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Exploring Adult Development Frameworks: Self-Study And Inquiry Outcomes For Developing Leaders And Building Student Success, Susan A. Turner Jan 2012

Exploring Adult Development Frameworks: Self-Study And Inquiry Outcomes For Developing Leaders And Building Student Success, Susan A. Turner

Teacher Education and Leadership Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Teacher Professional Development Models: Inquiry Into Concurrent Versus Separate Technology And Pedagogical Knowledge And Use, Brooke Robertshaw, Jeffery Olsen, Andrew Walker Oct 2010

Teacher Professional Development Models: Inquiry Into Concurrent Versus Separate Technology And Pedagogical Knowledge And Use, Brooke Robertshaw, Jeffery Olsen, Andrew Walker

The Instructional Architect Research Group

Examining two iterations of a teacher professional development workshop series, a qualitative inquiry into the extent to which teacher espoused knowledge and in-use teacher knowledge was affected by teaching technology skills concurrently and separately with the problem-based learning model was examined. Using data collected from pre-post surveys and journals, a stratified purposeful selection of three participants from both workshop iterations were selected based on overall PBL and self-reported technology knowledge scores.


From Active Learning To Activity: Getting Beyond Busy Work And Into Deep Learning, Wendy Holliday May 2010

From Active Learning To Activity: Getting Beyond Busy Work And Into Deep Learning, Wendy Holliday

Library Faculty & Staff Presentations

This session will report on an ethnographic study of an English composition class. The researcher observed the class for an entire semester and conducted focus groups and interviews with students and the instructor. The session will describe key activities from the class, including reflections on motivation and learning by both instructors and students. It will conclude with a discussion of how the research findings can help librarians design instruction that engages learners more deeply.


A Self-Study Of Virtual Teaching: Making The Leap From Distance Face-To-Face To Wimba Technology, Susan A. Turner Jan 2010

A Self-Study Of Virtual Teaching: Making The Leap From Distance Face-To-Face To Wimba Technology, Susan A. Turner

Teacher Education and Leadership Faculty Publications

How do I best make the shift from teaching a graduate course currently using distance face-to-face technology to WIMBA technology?


Beyond Research: Opencourseware In The Institutional Repository, Heather Leary, Brett E. Shelton, Marion Jensen Oct 2009

Beyond Research: Opencourseware In The Institutional Repository, Heather Leary, Brett E. Shelton, Marion Jensen

Library Faculty & Staff Presentations

Presentation given at the 2009 LITA National Forum in Salt Lake City, Utah on archiving OpenCourseWare in the Institutional Repository.

The main function of OpenCourseWare is to provide open access to collections of educational materials used in formal courses. The main function of an Institutional Repository is to collect, preserve, and disseminate intellectual output of an institution. Since OCW is a significant portion of the intellectual output of a university, archiving OCW in an institutions repository seems a perfect marriage of means and opportunity.


Integrating An Opencourseware And Institutional Repository, Heather Leary, Brett E. Shelton Aug 2009

Integrating An Opencourseware And Institutional Repository, Heather Leary, Brett E. Shelton

Library Faculty & Staff Presentations

This presentation was given at the 2009 Open Education Conference in Vancouver, BC. It shows how and why Utah State University chose to archive their OpenCourseWare. This was done in their Institutional Repository, DigitalCommons@USU. The presentation emphasizes the importance of the Open Education community to work with Librarians.


Teaching Research To Teachers: A Self-Study Of Course Design, Student Outcomes, And Instructor Learning, Susan A. Turner Jan 2009

Teaching Research To Teachers: A Self-Study Of Course Design, Student Outcomes, And Instructor Learning, Susan A. Turner

Teacher Education and Leadership Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Intergenerational Differnces: Adult And Teacher Development; Adults As Learners, Susan A. Turner Jan 2009

Intergenerational Differnces: Adult And Teacher Development; Adults As Learners, Susan A. Turner

Teacher Education and Leadership Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Inst5245 - Interactive Multimedia Production, Summer, 2008, Andrew Walker May 2008

Inst5245 - Interactive Multimedia Production, Summer, 2008, Andrew Walker

Instructional Technology & Learning Sciences - OCW

This course uses Flash CS3 (Flash 9)/Actionscript 3.0. You may also be interested in INST 5270, which uses Flash 8/Actionscript 2.0.

This course familiarizes students with Macromedia Flash. Topics to be covered include fundamental programming concepts (variables, variable types, code re-use, commenting code, and basic control structures) in addition to the fundamentals of the flash environment (animation or “tweening”, vector graphics, use of sound and video). Students finishing this course will have at least one completed fully functional Flash project for their portfolios demonstrating a strong knowledge of the tool and a good foundation in the ...


Hitting The Trifecta: A Professional Development Model For Creating, Using And Disseminating Open Education Resources., Sarah Giersch, Andrew Walker, Mimi Recker, Rena Janke Sep 2006

Hitting The Trifecta: A Professional Development Model For Creating, Using And Disseminating Open Education Resources., Sarah Giersch, Andrew Walker, Mimi Recker, Rena Janke

The Instructional Architect Research Group

This session presents a teacher professional development model developed by the Digital Libraries go to School project. Presenters will discuss the curriculum, which utilizes the Instructional Architect and the National Science Digital Library. Presenters will share preliminary data, lessons learned, and discuss future work including evaluation and scaling.


Coverage: Findings From A National Sample Of Introductory Psychology Syllabi, Scott C. Bates Jan 2004

Coverage: Findings From A National Sample Of Introductory Psychology Syllabi, Scott C. Bates

Psychology Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.