Impressive UOPX Presence at The Qualitative Report Conference

Impressive UOPX Presence at The Qualitative Report Conference

        CEITR- UOPX Researchers Present at  TQR 2020 Conference

 

We are excited to share that a group of 49 researchers including faculty and alumni supported by CEITR (Center for Educational and Instructional Technology Research) at College of Doctoral Studies, University of Phoenix, present impactful presentations at TQR (The Qualitative Report) annual conference, Fort Lauderdale, FL, Jan 15-17, 2020.  

 

Out of 451 listed presenters, 51 were from University of Phoenix. That’s the highest number of presenters from any other universities. The next high number of presenters were around 20 from Nova Southeastern University which was the host institution.

 

 

Congratulations to the researchers. The list of presentations is provided below

  1. Corporate Responsibility, AIDS Orphan Experiences, and Affluency - A Phenomenological Study Reflection

Grace Gwitira, University of Phoenix (Doctoral Alumni- Dissertation To publication Author, Participants)

  1. A Mixed Methods Exploration of Completion Expectations of Online Doctoral Students

     Kristina K. McGaha, University of Phoenix (Doctoral Alumni-2019 Alumni SIG Fellowship)
     Diana Hart, University of Phoenix (Doctoral Alumni-2019 Alumni SIG Fellowship)
     Wendy Aoki, University of Phoenix (Doctoral Alumni-2019 Alumni SIG Fellowship)

 

  1. Mobile Technology and Teaching in High School Classrooms: Do Boundaries Exist?

Cheryl Burleigh, University of Phoenix
Andrea Wilson, University of Phoenix
Danielle Sixsmith, University of Phoenix

 

  1. Hurricanes, Schools, and Educational Ethics in the Virgin Islands: A Narrative Inquiry

Jim Lane, University of Phoenix
Shaquanah Robinson, University of Phoenix
Belinda Moses, University of Phoenix
Alyncia Bowen, University of Phoenix
Denise Rattigan, University of Phoenix

  1. Student Success in an Online Practitioner-Oriented Doctoral Program: A Grounded Theory Study

Mansureh Kebritchi, University of Phoenix
Ryan Rominger, University of Phoenix
Mark Mccaslin, University of Phoenix

  1. Educators’ Perceptions of Ethics in Virtual Educational Environments (VREs): A Qualitative Narrative Inquiry

Patricia B. Steele, University of Phoenix
Elizabeth A. Young, University of Phoenix
Jack Avella, University of Phoenix

  1. Encouraging High School Females to Enroll in the Physical Sciences: A Reflection Twenty Years Later

Cheryl Burleigh, University of Phoenix

  1. Experiences with Racism: Narratives from Black Educators

Patricia Akojie, University of Phoenix
Marie Smith, University of Phoenix
Karen Johnson, University of Phoenix
LaShonda Reid, University of Phoenix
Barbra Bowers, University of Phoenix

  1. Leveraging One's Profession to Enhance Skills and Scholarships

Myrene A. Magabo, University of Phoenix

  1. Developing an Agenda, Skills, and Presence in Online Research: A Case Study

Elizabeth A. Johnston, University of Phoenix
Mansureh Kebritchi, University of Phoenix
 Jim Lane, University of Phoenix

  1. Inspirational Professional Development: How Online Adjunct Faculty Re-Engaged in Scholarship and Evolved Into Scholarly Leaders

Elizabeth A. Johnston, University of Phoenix
Mansureh Kebritchi, University of Phoenix

  1. Ethics in Virtual Educational Environments (Vres): Designers Perceptions

Patricia B. Steele, University of Phoenix
Liston Bailey, University of Phoenix
Margaret Kroposki, University of Phoenix
Myrene Magabo, University of Phoenix
Cheryl Burleigh, University of Phoenix

  1. Curating and Using OER-Immersive Multimedia Materials for Deep Learning: A Proposed Framework.

 

Cheryl Burleigh, University of Phoenix

 

 

 

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