Bright Stars project team members publish in JAAL

Anne Crampton, Cassie Scharber, Cynthia Lewis, and Yolanda Majors recently published an article in the Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy entitled, “Meaningful and expansive: Literacy learning through technology-mediated productions.” This article shares research from the Bright Stars Project that examines the complex features...

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Ouyang and Scharber publish article in IJOPCD

LT’s Fan Ouyang and Cassie Scharber published the article, “Adapting the TPACK framework for online teaching within higher education,” in a recent issue of the International Journal of Online Pedagogy and Course Design. Abstract There are ongoing obstacles in accurately assessing and effectively...

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Bright Stars Project presents at LRA 2017 Conference

Cynthia Lewis, Cassie Scharber, Anne Crampton (St. Olaf College), and Maggie Struck (Hamline University) presented a symposium at the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association in Tampa, Florida. Yolanda Majors, Deb Ingram, and Fan Ouyang were co-authors of this symposium. The symposium was titled, “The...

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LT students & faculty present at AECT

The annual conference of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) was held in Jacksonville, Florida, this year. LT had fantastic representation at this international conference, with several graduate students and faculty presenting their scholarship. This annual event draws over 1,000 educators, graduate students,...

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LTML’s AgCultures team heads to South America Nov 5

How are we feeding the more than 7 billion people on Earth? Join LTML co-director Aaron Doering and the AgCultures adventure learning team as they undertake a series of worldwide expeditions to investigate the latest technologies and innovations in agriculture. The field team, led by...

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Henrickson keynotes MAGE GeoFest

LTML creative director Jeni Henrickson gave the keynote to for the Minnesota Alliance for Geographic Education annual GeoFest conference. In her keynote, “Journeying Off the Beaten Path: On risk-taking, opportunity-giving, and change-making,” Henrickson discussed the importance of journeying off the beaten path, and how she...

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Doering keynotes EdCrunch conference in Moscow

LTML co-director Aaron Doering recently gave the keynote to over 3,500 participants for EdCrunch 2017 in Moscow, Russia. Doering’s keynote, “Higher Education: Tomorrow Is Already Here,” addressed his principles aimed at transforming learning communities and improving student interaction with online learning materials. EdCrunch is one of...

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Peterson and Scharber publish about student technology teams

Lana Peterson, doctoral candidate in LT and LT Media Lab’s community engagement coordinator, and Cassie Scharber, associate professor and LTML’s co-director, recently published an article in the International Journal of Information and Learning Technology. Their article is part of a special issue focused on research...

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Ouyang and Scharber publish in The Internet and Higher Education

Fan Ouyang, a doctoral candidate in LT, and LT co-director Dr. Cassie Scharber recently published an article in The Internet and Higher Education. ABSTRACT Instructors' discussion design and facilitation have critical influences on online learning community development. Emerging network analysis methods were used to examine the development...

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Doering honored with Explorers Club fellowship

LTML co-director Doering has been elected as a national fellow to The Explorers Club in New York. The Explorers Club is an international multidisciplinary professional society dedicated to the advancement of field research. Founded in 1904, it promotes the scientific exploration of land, sea, air,...

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Bright Stars Project presents at Jean Piaget Conference

Team members of the Bright Stars Project recently presented a symposium and a paper at the annual meeting of the Jean Piaget Society in San Francisco, California. This year’s conference theme was “Technologies & Human Development.” Cynthia Lewis, Cassie Scharber, and Anne Crampton presented the symposium,...

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