LT students & graduates present at ELearn 2014 conference in New Orleans

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Five LT student researchers presented six papers at the 2014 World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education October 27-30 in New Orleans, Louisiana. E-Learn is an international conference organized by the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE) and is co-sponsored by the International Journal on E-Learning.
LT PhD student Christiane Reilly presented “Online Teaching As the Art of Hosting: Designing Social Interactions to Promote Engagement.
LT PhD graduate James Hatten presented “Elements of Successful Online Asynchronous Text-Based Discussions,” which was written with his colleagues from the National Center on Educational Outcomes.
Fan Ouyang, LT PhD student, presented two papers. The first, “A Gendered Analysis of Publishing Rates within Educational Technology Journals from 2004-2013,” she co-authored with LT assistant professor Cassandra Scharber and LT instructor Angel Pazurek. Ouyang also presented “Design of a Mixed-Method Case Study to Analyze Students’ Online Social Learning in Ning-Based Online Learning Community.”
LT PhD candidate Jolie Kennedy presented “I CARE 2.0: Facilitating Online Learning in Higher Education.”
LT master’s graduate and OLPD PhD candidate Alfonso Sintjago presented “Flexible Learning in the Dominican Republic: A Case Study of the Development of Personalized Learning Environments through the Use of Low Cost Smartphones, a LMS, and Telecenters.”
Congrats to all!
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