Robotic and Ethics: The extent that robots emulate human ethics in educational settings

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Armando E. Paladino, PhD

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Armando E. Paladino
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Armando E. Paladino

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4 years 1 month
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(920) 710-1639
Current and Ongoing Research Interests: 

Actively researching Knowledge Management in relation to Artificial Intelligence, Semantic Web, Social Networks, and Business Intelligence. Also, are researching NLTK, Machine Learning, Hadoop and Python solutions.

Publications: 
The Power of Unstructured Data: A Study of the Impact of Tacit Knowledge on Business Performance
Perceptions of robotics emulation of human ethics in educational settings: a content analysis
University of Phoenix Courses: 
RES/723
RES/725
RES/726
DOC/721R
DOC/722
DOC/733
DOC/741A
DOC/741B
DOC/741
Professional Bio: 
Dr Paladino have a PhD in Information Technology and his dissertation title was "The power of unstructured data: A study of the impact of tacit knowledge on business performance". He has a MS in Computer Science with specialization in Internet and Web Technologies and a BS in Information Technology. He is currently researching semantic web and social Networks in the context of Knowledge Management, Artificial Intelligence and how is Virtual Reality being used in education. Additionally, in coordination with the Educational and Instructional Technology Research center he is working with a team of two PhD’s exploring how female students describe online learning experiences using social media. He retired from Oracle in November 2014. (Worked for the Engineered Systems Division as a Program Manager) and previously worked for Sun Micro systems for 15 years. He has been in the IT industry since 1976 (Done it all). He is currently working as a Lead Faculty Area Chair - Research, University of Phoenix - School of Advanced Studies. He teach advanced statistical research classes including RES710, RES723, RES725 and RES726 and serve a SEM for Statistical Classes Design. He also serve as a doctoral chair and committee member for doctoral candidates and he is qualified to facilitate all of the DOC series including residences. Additionally he work as a University Research Methodologist (URM) to prepare students for the Quality Research Methods (QRM) submission. These classes focus primary on dissertation research methods alignment He can be reached at paladino@email.phoenix.edu and armando.paladino@phoenix.edu
Degrees Completed: 
Doctoral Degree
Information Technology
Capella University
2012
Masters Degree
Computer Science, Specialization in Internet and Web Technologies
Florida Atlantic University
2007
Bachelors Degree
Information Technology
University of Phoenix
2006
Academic Appointments: 
Lead Faculty Area Chair – Research University of Phoenix School of Advanced Studies
University of Phoenix
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Saturday, February 2, 2013
Assistant Professor Department Chair of Engineering and Computer Sciences
Keiser University
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Thursday, July 31, 2014
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PhD
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Barbara Fedock, Ed.D

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Barbara Fedock

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5 years 2 months
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(828) 768-6648
Current and Ongoing Research Interests: 

As a research fellow, I am conducting a study on Online Dissertation Chairs’ Perceptions:  Reflective Mentoring Practices and Changing Student s’ Cross Cultural and Generational Worldviews   This paper will be published and  presented In March 2016.  I will be presenting with some of my other research fellows at the  Association for Education and Computer Technologies (AECT) conference on November 6, 2015. My presentation will be  Technology Integration: Visionary Options for Digital Age Student Leadership Empowerment.

I am collaborating with two other colleagues to conduct a study on STEM education on The Comparison of Ninth and Tenth Grade STEM Students' Gender and Ethnic Diversity 2009 through 2014.   I am collaborating with a colleague on a study on the Beyond Best Practices:  Redefining Digital Reading Strategies for Online Adult Learners.  This study will be presented and published in March 2016.   I am writing a proposal for a quantitative study on Higher Education Leaders’ Perceptions on the Role of Tuition Increases and Student  Retention.  The study is a follow-up study of a quantitative study on Higher Education Leaders’ Perceptions on Prioritizing Critical Success Factors for Higher Education:  A Qualitative Cost.  I plan to collaborate with other researchers on the study Meditation, Critical Thinking and Critical Inquiry in Higher Education: a Phenomenological Study. 

I am currently engaged in conducting data for Adjunct Higher Education Instructors' Perceptions of Using Social Media as Teaching Tools, and I have conducted studies with other Research group members on Examining Critical Thinking Strategies, Components, and Challenges in Higher education: a Systematic Literature Review Presentation AECT Global Conference Las Vegas, Nevada October 2016 and Critical Thinking and Meditation:  A Quantitative Quasi Experimental Study Presentation AACE International Conference Alexandria, Va.  November 2016.  

 

 

Publications: 
Redefining the Role of Online Facilitation in Digital Classrooms
Transformational Leadership and Patient Satisfaction: Redefining Bedside Nurses’ Roles
A New Best Practice: Online Instructors as Researchers
Beyond Best Practices: A New Vision for Online Mathematics Teachers
Rethinking Online Writing and Communication Skills as a Process: Teaching Skills through Interactive, Learning Style Based Modeling
An International Perspective on Mobile Learning
Online Dissertation Chairs’ Perceptions: Reflective Mentoring Practices and Changing Student Cross Cultural and Generational Worldviews
Online Dissertation Chairs’ Perceptions: Reflective Mentoring Practices and Changing Student Cross Cultural and Generational Worldviews
Emulation of Human Ethics in Educational Settings: A Content Analysis
University of Phoenix Courses: 
RES/711
RES/722A
DOC/721R
DOC/732R
DOC/722
DOC/733
DOC/734
Professional Bio: 
Hello. I am Barbara Fedock. I hold an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership, and I have 11 years of experience teaching higher education online students. I am a chair and serve on committees. Research Center Affiliations Center for Educational and Instructional Technology Research: Research Fellow Publications Peer Reviewed Published Articles and International Conference Presentations Beyond best practices: A new vision for online mathematics teachers Redefining online teacher leadership: Visionary options for assessments Rethinking online writing and communication skills as a process: Teaching skills through interactive, learning style based modeling An international perspective on mobile learning Transformational leadership and patient satisfaction: Redefining the bedside nurses’ role A new best practice: Online instructors as researchers Peer reviewing: A tool to engage online students in the classroom managerial process Redefining the Role of Online Facilitation in Digital Classrooms Digital Badges and Micro-credentials: Digital Age Classroom Best Practices, Design Strategies, and Issues . Preferred Teaching Methods in Online Courses: Transformational Leadership and Student Empowerment Current Research Interests • Redefining Digital Reading Strategies for Online Adult Learners • STEM: A Comparison of Gender and Ethnic Diversity • Online educational global trends and issues Courses Taught • RES/711 - FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF SOUND RESEARCH • RES/722A - RESEARCH DESIGN • DOC/722 - DOCTORAL SEMINAR II • DOC/733 - DOCTORAL DISSERTATION • DOC/734 - DOCTORAL PROJECT IV • DOC/732R – YEAR THREE RESIDENCY Degrees Completed Doctoral Degree Western Carolina University Educational Leadership 2003 Masters Degree Western Carolina University Language Arts/English Teaching 1998 Academic Appointments Associate Faculty, Dissertation Chair School of Advanced Studies, University of Phoenix Boards, Advisory Committees, Professional Organizations Wyvern Publishing National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Submissions And Funded Research Online Dissertation Chairs’ Perceptions: Reflective Mentoring Practices and Changing Students’ Cross Cultural and Generational Worldviews Funded: Center for Educational and Instructional Technology Research Fellow
Degrees Completed: 
Doctoral Degree
Educational Leadership
Western Carolina University
2003
Academic Appointments: 
Content Area Chair and Lead Teacher
Masters of Teaching (MAT) Student Teacher Instructional Designer, Instructor, and Supervisor
Lenior-Rhyne University
Duration: 
Wednesday, August 1, 2018 to Sunday, December 30, 2018
Honors and Awards: 
Distinguished Faculty Teacher of the Year 2012
• DHA Faculty Member of the Quarter based on the number of student nominations received in University of Phoenix Doctor of Health Administration Program June 2012
Professional Education: 
Candidate Retention Committee
Masters of Teaching Student Supervisor
Content Literacy: Grades 6-12, Teaching Students With ADHD, Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom, Differentiating K-12 Assessments, Guided Reading: Strategies for the Differentiated Classroom, The Creative Classroom
Asheville Buncombe College
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2017
New Faculty Mentor Certificate
University of Phoenix
Year Awarded: 
2016
Lead Faculty and Content Area Chair
University of Phoenix
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2016
CITI
CITI
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2016
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Liston Bailey, MPA, PhD

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Liston Bailey

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Member for
5 years 1 month
Phone: 
(757) 846-5106
Current and Ongoing Research Interests: 

Instructional design and use of educational technologies. Organizational development and Public Adminstration. 

Call for Chapters: Educational Technology and the New World of Persistent Learning      https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/call-chapters-educational-technology-new-world-liston-w-bailey-phd-/ 

Publications: 
Exploring Pedagogical Foundations of Existing Virtual Reality Educational Applications: A Content Analysis Study
Meditation, mindfulness, and critical thinking: individual characteristics in online higher education.
Online Collaborative Course Design for Army E-Learning
Social Media: A discussion of considerations for modern organizations and professionals.
Virtual Reality Pedagogy Considerations in Learning Environments
University of Phoenix Courses: 
DOC/722
DOC/733
DOC/734
Professional Bio: 
My Name is Liston W. Bailey, and I like many of you, have a varied background in the “liberal” arts and in the field of education. I was born in New York City and was raised in a middle class home with a police officer father and a mother who worked additional jobs in retail to help support my budding interests in music. I served on active duty in the Army for 20 years as a soldier. During my career journey in the military I worked in and visited many interesting countries in Europe and the Far East. Over the years I went on to earn graduate degrees in the fields of education and management. My current research interests are related to topics in the areas of learning science, technology, strategic thinking and organizations. I currently teach online, face to face, and blended learning formatted courses for several schools and universities, including UOP and several colleges here in Virginia where I live. I look forward to working with adult learners from different walks of life and gaining greater professional knowledge as a result. My outlook on life and research interests have allowed me to be a facilitator to other lifelong learners who are pursuing graduate and doctoral degrees. Contact Information: I’m online usually 4 – 6 hours each day. Contact me at docbailey85@gmail.com
Degrees Completed: 
Doctoral Degree
Education
Capella University
2006
Masters Degree
Master of Public Administration
Old Dominion University
2013
Masters Degree
Organizational Development
University of the Incarnate Word
2006
Masters Degree
Education
Brooklyn College CUNY
1994
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Belinda Moses, PhD, MSTM, BS

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Belinda Moses

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Member for
4 years 6 months
Professional Bio: 
35 years as a Systems and Logistics (civil servant) experience in both the government and commercial sectors. Green and Black belts certifications in Lean Six Sigma. Served as System Administrator for a web portal for organization of about 3500 people using ORACLE, Database Management, SQL/JAVA/JavaScript/XML/HTML and other various programming language such as ERP/SAP. Education include a BS in Criminal Justice from the University of Detroit, Master of Science in Technical Management (MSTM) from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, and a Ph.D. in Education Technology from Walden University
Degrees Completed: 
Doctoral Degree
Technology
Education
2003
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PhD, MSTM, BS

Researching with a team of three faculty in coordination with the “Center for Educational and Instructional Technology Research” the following research project: “Robotic and

Ethics: The extent that robots emulate human ethics in educational settings”. We are on the final stages so we can submit to a journal to be considered for publication

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