Knowledge Based Artificial Intelligence Technology: The Next Generation of Scholarly Writing Academic Tools

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Dale Crowe, JD, PhD

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Educational and instructional technology and the use of Artificial/Augmentation Intelligence (AI) in online programs. Administrative instructional applications for higher education administrators, providing rigor and accountability of course design. Instructional technology applications for use in K-12 and higher education.  

Developing the Virtual Campus: Engaging Students through Online Social Networking
Artificial Intelligence (AI) Simulation Technologies: Providing Immediate Feedback to Students and Faculty in Online Programs
The Impact of Faculty and Institutional Characteristics on First-Year Student Retention
Using Artificial Augmentation Intelligence for the Next Generation of Scholarly Writing Tools
Is Knowledge Based Artificial Augmentation Intelligence Technology the Next Step in Instructional Tools for Distance Learning?
Knowledge Based Artificial Augmentation Intelligence Technology: Next Step in Academic Instructional Tools for Distance Learning
Persistence and Engagement Among First Year Hispanic Students
Virtual/Mixed Reality: Next Generational Users of Instructional Tools for K-12 and Higher Education
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Dr. Dale is a faculty member/dissertation chair for the College of Doctoral Studies at the University of Phoenix since 2008. He currently teaches in K12, the Higher Education Administration (HEA) program, and research courses (quantitative/qualitative) for all College of Doctoral Studies programs. He is also a University Research Methodologist (URM). Previous to his role on the Higher Education Administration faculty council he was the Area Chair for Research. Dale is a contracted peer reviewer for Sage Publications, one of the world’s largest research publishers. In October, 2016 he co presented presented two peer reviewed presentations (Pecha Kucha & Concurrent Session) at the annual convention of the Association for Educational and Communications Technology (AECT) on the following topics: Knowledge Based Artificial Augmentation\ Intelligence Technology: The Next Step In Academic Instructional Tools and Knowledge Based Artificial Augmentation Technology: The Next Generation of Scholarly Writing Academic Tools. In 2013 he co presented at the Council of College and Military Educators (CCME) on private social networking and a paper on AI simulation technologies in the online setting was presented at the 2015 CCME Annual Symposium. He has made other conference presentations pertaining to instructional/educational technology including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the University of Paris (Sorbonne). He earned a Juris Doctor from Michigan State University, a PhD. in Instructional Technology and Education from Wayne State University, and was a former faculty member/administrator at the University of Michigan, Wayne State University, and Siena Heights University. As a former Air Force enlisted member and Army officer, Dale likes working with dissertation students who are current or former military members. Currently as a CEITR fellow, Dr. Dale along with doctoral graduate Dr. Martin Lapierre published two peer reviewed journal articles in 2017 and 2018 entitled. Using Artificial Augmentation Intelligence for the Next Generation of Scholarly Writing Tools, Vol 61 No. 5 2017 Virtual/Mixed Reality:Next Generational Users of Instructional Tools for K-12 and Higher Education, International Journal of Conceptual Structures and Smart Applications. In August of 2019 Dr. Dale along with Dr. Shaila Wong (Dr. Dale was her dissertation chair) published a study entitled, Persistence and Engagement Among First-Year Hispanic Students, in the Journal of Multicultural Education, vol. 13 no. 2. In 2019 Dale was awarded Faculty of the Year (excellence in teaching) and appointed to the University Academic Council as a voting member. On a personal note Dr. Dale resides in Oregon with his wife Sara and their two Shiba Inu dogs Koko and Shayna. In addition, Dr. Dale holds an Airline Transport Pilot rating and is a PADI certified Dive Master. Since they live approximately 15 minutes from the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail (Starts and the Mexican border and ends at the Canadian Border) he likes to take hikes on the trail (Not the whole distance of course :( ) with Koko and Shayna. Finally, Koko and Shayna take Dr. Dale to agility training every Sunday and both dogs are certified advanced agility dogs.
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Wayne State University
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Michigan State University
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Siena Heights University
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Faculty Council, PhD Higher Education Administration Program (HEA)
University of Phoenix School of Advanced Studies
Former Area Chair, Research
University of Phoenix School of Advanced Studies
Classroom Rigor Course Review
University of Phoenix Office of Quality Assurance
Student Workshop Facilitator - DSO/700 Doctoral Success Orientation
University of Phoenix
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Wayne State University
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University of Phoenix School of Advanced Studies
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University of Phoenix School of Advanced Studies
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Instructional Designers, in partnership with information technology researchers, recognize that Artificial Intelligence (AI) is moving beyond the realm of science fiction.  Knowledge-based systems are becoming a reality. AI knowledge-based applications are currently being used in the United States health care system. Given the nature of knowledge-based systems it is plausible to portal health care (AI) knowledge-based technology to educational tool based applications.  The primary focus of the proposed research is to take one aspect of current academic tools (scholarly writing) and to examine the strengths and weaknesses of each, in addition to exploring the potential benefits and practicality of migration to knowledge-based applications, and developing a plan and possible model for developing a comprehensive Scholarly Writing Software. A knowledge-based system (KBS) has the potential to interact with a word processing program (e.g. Microsoft Word) beyond what is currently available to provide real time suggestions and recommendations to improve scholarly writing, including syntactic and sematic recognition.  It may be also possible to program any of the writing style rules from APA (American Psychological Association), into a knowledge based scholarly writing program. It is hoped that this study may further assist in the developmental research and testing that may lead to a knowledge based computer/human interaction program. 

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