Matti Koivula and Jolie Kennedy presented their research at the 2018 AACE E-Learn conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dr. Koivula presented his research titled The Impact of Asynchronous Video Reflection on Social Presence: A Case Study. This research utilized a case study approach to investigate social presence through a community-based tool for asynchronous video reflection. His work contributed to the understanding of social presence by investigating the construct through a qualitative lens since social presence has primarily been studied quantitatively to date.
LT instructors Angel Pazurek and Ann Fandrey along with doctoral students Yu-Hui Chang, Jennifer Englund, and Jayden Zhang recently attended the International Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) in Kansas City, Missouri.
Yu-Hui Chang presented, “Not Just Coding: Preparing Preservice Teachers to Develop and Foster Computational Thinking in Technology Integration” at the 2017 Digital Media and Learning (DML) Conference in Irvine, CA. and was authored by Yu-Hui Chang & Lana Peterson.
This paper was comprised of a panel discussion, led by Kim Jaxon, focusing on “Innovations in Teachers’ Professional Development” to support teachers’ digital identities and practices.