2007-08 Faculty & Student PresentationsREPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS
Journal Articles, Conference Proceedings
Kapur, M., & Kinzer, C. K. (2007). Examining the effect of problem type in a synchronous computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) environment. Education Technology Research and Development, 55(5), 439-459.
Kinzer, C. K., with M. Schmidt & I. Greenbaum. (2007, September). Exploring virtual education: a first-hand account of three second life classes. Proceedings of the 3rd Annual Meeting of the Second Life Community Conference (pp. 104-106). SLCC: Chicago, IL. Available: http://cis.paisley.ac.uk/livi-ci0/slccedu2007rev2.doc
Lohnes, S., Wilber, D., & Kinzer, C. K. (2008, January-February). Brave new world: Understanding the Net Generation through their eyes. Educational Technology: The Magazine for Managers of Change in Education, 48(1), 21-27.
Lowes, S. (2008, February/March). Online Teaching and Classroom Change: The Trans-Classroom Teacher in the Age of the Internet. Innovate: Journal of Online Education, 4(3). Available online at http://www.innovateonline.info/?view=article&id=446&action=synopsis.
Lowes, S. (2007). Trends in Professional Development for K-12 Virtual Schools. In Cathy Cavanaugh and Robert Blomeyer (eds.), What Works in K-12 Online Learning? Washington, DC: The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).
Lowes, S., Lin, P., & Wang, Y. (2007). Studying the effectiveness of the discussion forum in online professional development courses. Journal of Interactive Online Learning, 6 (3). Available online at http://www.ncolr.org/jiol/issues/showissue.cfm?volID=6&IssueID=21.
Scarlatos, L., Lowes, S., Sklar, E., et al. (2008). Building Bridges: The 2006 Summer Institute. Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, 23 (3): 23-30.
Ed Media Conference
Goldstein, M., & Kinzer, C. K. (2007). Does your knowledge affect my knowledge? Assessing the effects of an online social environment on reading comprehension. In C. Montgomerie & J. Seale (Eds.). Proceedings of Ed-Media 2007: World conference on educational multimedia, hypermedia & telecommunications (pp. 1807-1811). AACE: Chesapeake, VA.
Han, I. S., Kinzer, & C. K., (2007). Developing a multimedia case-based learning environment: Teaching technology integration to Korean preservice teachers. In C. Montgomerie & J. Seale (Eds.). Proceedings of Ed-Media 2007: World conference on educational multimedia, hypermedia & telecommunications (pp. 64-69). AACE: Chesapeake, VA.
Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association: Paper(s) Accepted, New York, NY, March 24-28, 2008
Asunka, S. A. Online Learning in Higher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa: Ghanaian University Students' Experiences and Perceptions.
Bai, X., & Black, J. B. A Generic Framework to Support for Reflective Thinking in Simulation.
Chae, H. S., & Cocciolo, A. Evaluating Educational Multimedia in Web2.0 Environments: The Case of TeacherTube.
Dejaynes, T. A. Understanding the Multimedia Composing Processes of Youth.
Engelbrecht, C. C. The games kids play: Evidence from pbskids.org.
Engelbrecht, C. C., & Schrier, K. L. Using YouTube to Inform the Design and Usability of Gaming Experiences.
Goldstein, M. J., & Kinzer, C. K. Extending Schema Theory to Social Aspects of Learning: A Study in an Online Environment.
Jang, S., Jyung, R., & Black, J. B. How Direct Interaction in a Virtual Reality Program Aids in Developing an Internal Representation of a Complex 3-D Structure.
Kinzer, C. K., Lohnes, S., & Hoffman, D. Using Video to Anchor Instruction in Middle School Inclusion Classrooms: An Overview and Previous Results.
Lim, M. R., & Black, J. B. Analogical Learning Process With the Application of Multimedia.
Lin, P., Deng, L., Chen, C., & Wang, Y. Studying the effects of video-based case design.
Lin, X., Shaenfield, D., & Elder, A. D. Using contrasting examples to facilitate accurate self-assessment.
Meier, E. B., & Hakim, S. Making a difference for urban classrooms: Evaluating a college/district technology collaboration.
Meier, E. B., Hollands, F., Mineo, C., Powell, K., & Moeller, B. Math For All: An opportunity to develop our civic responsibility to inclusion students.
Saravanos, A., Liu, N., Byun, J., Chung, Y., Lan, R., & Lu, C. Learning from others' errors: The benefits of explicit explanation and reflection.
Schrier, K. L., & Engelbrecht, C. C. Using YouTube to Teach Media Literacy Skills.
Schwartz, D. L., & Lin, X. Assessment for adaptation.
Shin, W., & Lowes, S. Web 2.0 Users in the Online Discussion Forum.
Sullivan, F. R., & Lin, X. Social Mental Models and Problem-Solving.
Vasudevan, L. Multimedia Storytelling: A New Literacies research pedagogy.
Wang, Y., & Lin, X. The effect of multiple-perspective learning and influencing factors.
Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference: Paper(s) Accepted, Las Vegas, NV, March 3-7, 2008.
Acquaro, P., & Fadjo, C. Near-time podcasting: Using iTunes U to increase academic content distribution.Boer, P. How do you say 'technology integration' in Namlish?
Fisher, C. E., Kinzer, C. K., Schrier, K., Lohnes, S., & Goldstein, M. What educators need to know: Understanding multifaceted learners and information technologies, part 1. (Symposium)
Fisher, C. E., Kinzer, C. K., Schrier, K., Lohnes, S., & Goldstein, M. What educators need to know: Understanding multifaceted learners and information technologies, part 2. (Symposium)
Lim, K. The impact of different instructional facilitation approaches on students' participation during an online discussion.
Lim, K., & Lee, D. Y. A comprehensive approach to the teacher's role in computer supported learning environments.
McVeigh, D. P., & Black, J. How system simulations improve student learning by assisting in the creation of clear mental models.
Meier, E. B., & Mineo, C. Leading with technology: Using technology to deepen understanding.
Mineo, C., & Meier, E. B. Technology, reform and school-based support structures.
Shin, J. Morality and Internet behavior: A study of the Internet Troll and its relation with morality on the Internet.
Serious Games Summit / Game Developers Conference (GDC), San Francisco, CA, February, 2008
Engelbrecht, C. C. (2008). Little hands, foul modds, and runny noses: Researching games with kids.
Schrier, K., & Engelbrecht, C. C. (2008). Using YouTube to support games curricula and research.
Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference: Paper(s) Presented, Austin, TX, Nov. 28 - Dec. 1, 2007Kinzer, C.K.Designing and Using Technology in Literacy Education Courses/Programs.
Kinzer, C. K.Virtual Worlds and New Literacies = Real Pedagogies: Examining Teaching, Learning and Literacies in Virtual Communities of Practice.
Kinzer, C. K. (Invited Session). Chatting About the Future of Literacy Technologies.
Papers Presented at Other Meetings/Conferences, 2007-2008
Banerjee, M., Brinckerhoff, L.C. & Judd, J.E. Next generation support services: Redefining accessibility in an era of tech blended courses. Panel presentation at the 20th Annual Postsecondary Disability Training Institute, Portland, ME, June 10-14, 2008.
Brydges, S. & Meier, E. B. (2008). Building learning communities to support the professional development of science teachers. Paper to be presented at the National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, New Orleans, LA, April 6-10, 2008.
Garfield, J.R., Kelsey, R. & Moretti, F.A. (2008) Mobilizing design research to extend the global power of digital media in education: The MacArthur Commission's Global Classroom Project on Sustainable Development and the Millennium Village Simulation. Paper to be presented at the 3rd International Conference on Interactive Mobile and Computer Aided Learning (IMCL), Amman, Jordan, April 16-18, 2008.
Lin, P. (2007). Making it happen: Using cases to enhance administrative support in professional development. In C. Montgomerie & J. Seale (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2007 (pp. 4327-4334). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
Lowes, S. (2007). Recent research on online teaching and learning: Implications for practice. Panel organized for the 2007 Virtual School Symposium of the North American Council for Online Learning, Louisville, KY, November 2007.
Meier, E. B. (2007). Leadership for technology at the state level: Educational technology data and policy-making in New York. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Consortium for School Networking, Arlington, VA, March 9-12, 2008.