Presentations and Publications

  1. Alkebulan, A. (2008, March) Innovative technology practices in the discipline of africana studies. Presentation at the National Council on Black Studies 32nd Annual National Conference, Atlanta, GA.
  2. Allen, B.S, Aurilio, S., & Relgic-Lawless, S. (2008, April). Virtualities? Rich opportunities and pedagogical perplexitie s of immersive and social learning in virtual worlds. Presentation at the 2008 Annual Meeting of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Academic Resource Conference: Illuminating Learning, Accrediting Quality, San Diego, CA.
  3. Aurilio, S. (2009, April). Learning stories of faculty redesigning their roles. Presentation at 2009 Association of American Colleges and Universities Conference: Shaping Faculty Roles in a Time of Change: Leadership for Student Learning, San Diego, CA.
  4. Aurilio, S. (2008, January). Introducing university faculty and instructional staff to second life: A pilot initiative. Presentation at the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX.
  5. Aurilio, S., & Allen, B. S. (2006). PowerPoint: Pedagogy and more. In 2nd International Open and Distance Learning Symposium: “Lifelong Open & Flexible Learning in a Globalized World” Proceedings. (pp. 805-809). Eskisehir, Turkey: Anadolu University Press.
  6. Aurilio, S., & Atkins, C. (2007, May). People, information, and communication technologies: A faculty development initiative. Presentation at Educause Western Regional Conference. San Francisco, CA.
  7. Aurilio, S., & Atkins, C. (2007, April). pICT faculty fellows: Creating a living, learning organization at san diego state university. Presentation at the 2007 WASC Annual Meeting, San Jose, CA.
  8. Aurilio, S., Laumakis, M., Julius, J., Atkins, K., & Williams, S. (2009, April). Inputs, outputs and outcomes: Course redesign for 21st century students. Post-Conference Workshop at 2009 Annual Meeting of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Academic Resource Conference: Showcasing Solutions Producing Results, Hollywood, CA.
  9. Beck, L. (2009, August). Blended and online learning: Opportunities and challenges. Ninety-minute talk presented at University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  10. Beck, L. (2008, May/June).  Webquests, wikis, and wilderness.  The Interpreter: A resources for heritage interpreters from the national association for interpretation, 4(3), 16-17.
  11. Beck, L. (2008, April). The power of blended learning: A tale of two courses. Presentation at the 11th CSU Regional Symposium on University Teaching, Pomona, CA.
  12. Bober, M., Frazee, J., & Laumakis, M. (2008, April). A formative evaluation framework to facilitate development of blended, hybrid, and distance education courses. Presentation at the 11th CSU Regional Symposium on University Teaching, Pomona, CA.
  13. Bowers, J. (2009, April). Exploring technological pedagogical content knowledg (tpck) in a mathematics course for prospective secondary teachers. Pre-conference Presentation at the 2009 Annual Meeting of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Washington DC.
  14. Boyd, R. (2008, April). The lesson blog from both sides of the computer screen. Presentation at the 11th CSU Regional Symposium on University Teaching, Pomona, CA.
  15. Dixon, J. (2008, April). Innovative teaching and technology in the large classroom. Presentation at the 11th CSU Regional Symposium on University Teaching, Pomona, CA.
  16. Dixon, J., & Sasidharan, V. (2007, November). Blended learning in the recreation curriculum. Presentation at CAL-SPRE 2007 Annual Conference. Asilomar, CA.
  17. Duesbery, L., & Brandon, R. (2008, March). Pre-service special education teachers’ perceptions of the integration of distance education technologies in an introductory course. Paper presented at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education 19th International Conference. Las Vegas, NV.
  18. Easton, A., & Easton, G. (2009, June). Sharing webfolios by subscription. Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on Business, Waikiki, HI.
  19. Easton, A., & Easton, G. (2009, March) Leveraging e-portfilios with rss. Proceedings of the Allied Academies International Conference, New Orleans, LA.
  20. Easton, A., & Easton, G., (2007) More with less using rss. Review of Business Information Systems. 11(3), 59-64.
  21. Easton, A. & Easton, G. (2007, March) Introducing xml through rss. Proceedings of the International Applied Business Research Conference, Mazatlan, Mexico.
  22. Girty, G. (2008, March). Using the geoscience concept inventory (GCI) to assess the effectiveness of an online blended introductory geology class at san diego state university. Paper presented at The Geological Society of America Joint Cordilleran and Rocky Mountain Sections Meeting. Las Vegas, NV.
  23. Hicks, D. E. (2007, June). Multiple worlds and boundaries: A deleuzian approach to the cell phone, serious games and the event. Presentation at the Conference on Events and Event Structures at the Design Research Centre, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture. Copenhagen, Denmark.
  24. Impelluso, T. (2009, March). Distance learning and cognitive load theory to enhance computer programming for mechanical engineers: Qualitative assessment. Paper presented at the American Society for Engineering Education-Pacific Southwest Conference. San Diego, CA.
  25. Impelluso, T. (2009, October). Assessing cognitive load theory to improve student learning for mechanical engineers. American Journal of Distance Education, 23(4). 179-193. Online
  26. Julius, J. W. (2007). A concerns-based adoption model study of university instructors engaged in faculty development for enhancing learning with technology. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, San Diego State University and University of San Diego.
  27. Julius, J. W., & Bober, M.,(2008, April). Change patterns in university instructors engaged in faculty development. Presentation at the 11th CSU Regional Symposium on University Teaching, Pomona, CA.
  28. Julius, J., Frazee, J. & Laumakis, M. (2008, April) From clickers to learning devices: Effective practices with response systems. Presentation at the 11th CSU Regional Symposium on University Teaching, Pomona, CA.
  29. Julius, J., & Laumakis, M. (2009, January). Building an effective clicker program. Presentation at 2009EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) meeting. Orlando, FL.
  30. Laumakis, M. (2009, April). Give ‘em what they want: Blended learning in a large introductory psychology course. Presentation at Lewis M. Terman Western Regional Teaching Conference. Portland, OR.
  31. Laumakis, M. (2009, January). Evaluating blended learning in a large introductory psychology course. Pre-conference workshop presentation at 2009 EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) meeting. Orlando, FL.
  32. Laumakis, M. (2008, November). Large classes and blended learning: What makes it work. Presentation at Cal State Long Beach Designs4Learning professional development lecture series. Long Beach, CA.
  33. Laumakis, M. (2008, October). Blended learning: Engaging 21st century learners in the classroom and online. Presentation at Bedford, Freeman, and Worth Publishers’ Teaching Today’s Students Symposium. Chicago, IL.
  34. Laumakis, M. (2008, October). Blended learning evaluation in a large introductory psychology course. Presentation at Getting Connected: Best Practices in Technology-Enhanced Teaching & Learning in Psychology Conference. Atlanta, GA.
  35. Laumakis, M. (2008, April). Online or face-to-face in high-enrollment, introductorycourses: What's the right blend? Presentation at the 11th CSU Regional Symposium on University Teaching, Pomona, CA.
  36. Laumakis, M. (November, 2007). Blended learning in mega courses: How do you do it and does it work? Presentation at the Sloan-Consortium International Conference on Online Learning. Orlando, FL.
  37. Laumakis, M. (June, 2007). Blended learning in mega courses: Can it be done? Presentation at Sloan-C Workshop on Blended Learning in Higher Education. Bloomingdale, IL.
  38. Laumakis, M., Bober, M, Frazee, J. P., & Julius, J. (2008, June). Online or face-to-face large introductory courses: What’s the right blend? Presentation at Mira Costa College Online Teaching Conference. Oceanside, CA.
  39. Laumakis, M., Bober, M., Frazee, J. P. & Julius, J. (2007, October) Meeting online or face-to-face in high-enrollment, introductory courses: What’s the right blend? Presentation at 2007 Educause Conference. Seattle, WA.
  40. Laumakis, M., Graham, C., & Dziuban, C. (2009). The Sloan-C pillars and boundary objects as a framework for evaluating blended learning. Journal for Asynchronous Learning Networks, 13(1). Retrieved May 5, 2009 from http://www.aln.org/node/1582
  41. Leak, J (2008, April). A 60-year-old professor can meaningfully engage her 20 something students! Presentation at the 11th CSU Regional Symposium on University Teaching, Pomona, CA.
  42. Mathison, C. (2008, November). Armaiti Island: A virtual environment for educational entrepreneurs. Paper presented at the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE) World E-Learn Conference, Las Vegas, NV, USA.
  43. Mathison, C., Billings, E., Gabriel, K., & Bowes, J. (2008, November). The effect of primary language advanced organizer podcasts on English language learners' academic performance. Paper presented at the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE) World E-Learn Conference, Las Vegas, NV, USA.
  44. Moore, K., Lapp, D., Frey, N., Fisher, D., Capello, M. & Flood, J. (2007, November). Online vs. In-class reading Methods Instruction. Paper presented at The National Reading Conference (57th annual meeting). Austin, TX.
  45. Pollard, E. (2008, November). Raising the stakes: Writing about witchcraft on wikipedia. The History Teacher, 42(1). 9-24.
  46. Pollard, E. (2007, November). Raising the stakes: A student assignment on wikipedia. Presententation on the Computer-Assisted Research Panel at the 2007 National Society of Biblical Literature Conference, San Diego, CA.
  47. Schutt, M. (2007). The effects of instructor immediacy in online learning environments. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, San Diego State University and University of San Diego.
  48. Schutt, M. Allen, B.S., & Laumakis, M. (2008, March). What makes instructors seem real in online video and audio conferencing environments? In Learning Online: Reasearch and Models. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the American Education Research Association, New York.
  49. Schutt, M., Allen, B.S., & Laumakis, M.A. (2009). The effects of instructor immediacy behaviors in online learning environments. The Quarterly Review of Distance Education, 10(2), 135-148.
  50. Williams, K.S. (2007, August). Using webquest to improve understanding of ecology. In Organized Oral Session "E-learning in ecology education." Published in Abstracts of Ecological Society of America/Society of Ecological Restoration Joint Annual Meeting. San Jose, CA. August 2007. http://eco.confex.com/eco/2007/techprogram/P1409.HTM
  51. Williams, K. S. (2007, April). Integrating issues in science through the curriculum. Presentation at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. New Orleans, LA.
  52. Wiliams, K. S. (2007, March) Science throughout the curriculum: Integrating global change biology and science writing with webquests. Presentation at Benjamin Cummings Biology Leadership Conference. Albuquerque, NM.
  53. Wulfemeyer, K.T. (2007, November). Blended Learning in Journalism and Media Studies Education: Improving Teaching and Learning in Large Lecture Courses. Presentation at the Rethinking Journalism Education 2.0 Conference. San Francisco, CA.
  54. Wulfemeyer, K.T., & Harris, C., Julius, J., & Dozier, D. (2008, April). Using ‘blended learning’ in large lecture courses. Presentation at the 11th CSU Regional Symposium on University Teaching, Pomona, CA.
  55. Wulfemeyer, K.T., Harris, C., Julius, J., & Dozier, D. (2008, April). Using Blended Learning to Improve Teaching and Learning in Large Lecture Courses: What Works and What Doesn’t. Presentation at the 2008 Annual Meeting of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Academic Resource Conference: Illuminating Learning, Accrediting Quality, San Diego, CA.

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