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Higher Education Reform and Job Market

To effectively shape higher education we must address the need of current and prospective students and American people as President Peter Cohen rightly suggested in his recent LinkedIn article.

Thought Leadership as a Pedagogical Approach – The CEITR Model

Thought leadership provides a useful lens for evaluating the significance of CEITR projects for both the University of Phoenix and the community of scholars. 

CEITR Fellow, Dr. Watkins' Final Thoughts on AECT Hong Kong presentation

A couple of final thoughts on my presentation in Hong Kong that I think are important to consider on education and te

CEITR Fellow, Dr. Watkins' Observations of Hong Kong AECT Conference in China

This week I am in China presenting at the Hong Kong AECT conference a paper call

Faculty Questions About Research Centers and Engaging in Scholarship

In May, Central Florida’s UOPX campus recently held a General Faculty Meeting for online and ground faculty members that live in the “footprint” of the campus. This blog answers questions that were submitted during this event.

Book Chapter by CEITR Researchers Drs. Nunn, Brown-Joseph, and Susberry Hill Featured in New Book about Culture, Learning, and Technology Published by Routledge

Recently, CEITR Researchers Dr. Sandra Nunn, Dr. Lequisha Brown Joseph, and Dr.

Thoughts for Doctoral Students: The Power of Writing

Writing well is required to assure success as a doctoral student.

Get the Right Tools for Research

Writing well remains a critical component of graduate student success.

CEITR Presentations at OLC NOV 2016

It is our pleasure to share that three studies from the Center for Educational and Instructional Technology Research

Use Questions to Develop an Outline

I find that to really understand something, I must ask and answer questions.


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