Learning analytics is often studied in the educational setting. However, an example of a corporate resource is attached that applies these same concepts to the corporate setting. Gartner is a large analytics consulting organization and, in this way, the analytical aspect of learning is included in this resource.
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November 1, 2018: Dr. Ronda Gregg and Dr. Cheryl Burleigh are studying the lived experiences of staff and administrators in school settings who have been bullied by another staff member or administrator. Their article is in the final stages of development and they have and will present at a number of conferences.
November 5, 2018
CEITR members and UOP faculty members Linda Landon, PhD. Mary Stout, EdD, Douglas Neeley, PhD published an article in the Engaging Cultures and Voices journal. The title, abstract, and citation are included below.
Title: Increasing Graduate Students’ Cultural Competency by Using Many Social Media Site
November 5, 2018
November 2, 2018: CEITR member, April Lash, Esq. participated in the 5th Annual National HBCU Pre-Law Summit on September 15, 2018 at Emory Law School. Lashbrought knowledge, skills, and expertise to an eager audience of students who traveled from various geographical locations to attend this important event. Her topic was: How to start up a Solo Practice, which specializes in Business Law, Trust and Estate and Real Estate Law. Attorney Lash emphasized that it is never too late to follow your dreams. Being successful takes persistence, dedication, team building and business expertise.
November 5, 2018: CEITR member Dr. Nancy Bailey recently published a book chapter in Leader Volunteers and their Perceptions, involving the Greater Yellowstone Sights and Sounds Archive, a Purposeful Project. The chapter reflected existential phenomenological methods in an account of museum volunteer perceptions. Volunteers developed personal transformation leadership during the production of a museum digital collection, a purposeful project, creating an archive, a digital repository for video media, supporting mediated meaning, reflective thinking, and mindset coaching strategies.
Congratulations to Dr. Mary Townsend, whose published article was developed in a Dissertation to Publications (D2P) workshop. Congratulations also Dr. Rita Hartman, who was Mary’s D2P reviewer. Details of the publication, which was published by the Association for Computer Educators in Texas (ACET) appear below.
Townsend, M. (2018). The value of iPads for instruction and learning: A Grounded Theory study. ACET Journal of Computer Education and Research, 11(1), 1-22.
Advanced analytics have been applied to many industries to drive meaningful outcomes and can be applied, in the same way, to the education industry. This article provides an applied assessment of how these same principles can be applied to the education industry.
The SAS Alumni Special Interest Group and the Center for Educational and Instructional Technology Research is pleased to announce our next Webinar featuring Dr. Jeanette Landin on Monday, October 29, 2018 at 4pm Arizona time where Dr. Landin will discuss her insights and opportunities she has experienced since obtaining her doctorate. Opportunities she would never have dreamed possible since she earned her doctorate.
The AECT 2018 convention (October 22-27) was held at the Marriott Hotel in Kansas City Missouri. SAS faculty members and alumni Members presented 12 research papers and projects that represented the Center for Educational and Instructional Technology Research (CEITR). Additionally, Dr. Mansureh Kebritichi and Dr. Laquisha Brown Joseph were honored with awards for innovative design. The theme for the 2018 AECT convention was Learning for All.