CEITR published manuscript, Learning Analytics Methods, Benefits, and Challenges in Higher Education: A Systematic Literature Review, by Drs. Avella, Kebritchi, Nunn, and Kanai was the Online Learning Journal's 3rd most downloaded article in 2016
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CEITR member, Dr. Reason, along with her colleagues published the article of "Cyberbullying in Rural Communities: Origin and Processing through the Lens of Older Adolescents" at The Qualitative Report.
Dr. Cunningham is program dean of Center for Competency-Based Education. The article was authored along with her colleagues.
It is our great pleasure to share the news that 3 studies from CEITR were presented at Online Learning Consortium (OLC), Nov 16-18, Orlando, Florida. Dr. Kebritchi, the chair of center, presented the meditation of critical thinking project which is conducted along with other projects at CEITR Critical Thinking Lab.
On Wednesday, October 19, 2016, one of the research teams from the Center for Educational and Instructional Technology Research (CEITR) at University of Phoenix School of Advanced Studies received a very special honor. The team consisting of Drs.
CEITR presentations demonstrated effective collaboration of the members and the degree of our commitment to conduct applied high quality research in the field of education, aligned with the vision of our university as the most trusted provider of career relevant higher education.
It is our great pleasure to share the news that 9 studies from CEITR will be presented at AECT, Oct 17-21, 2016, Las Vegas. 16 faculty members and 1 doctoral student were involved in completing these studies.
“The Effect of a Reading Comprehension Software Program on Student Achievement in Mathematics” has been published at the International Journal of Cognitive Research in Science, Engineering and Education. This publication resulted in Dr. Proudfoot being invited to serve on the Editorial Board for the International Journal of Cognitive Research.
This week’s spotlight focuses on University of Phoenix dissertation chair and faculty member, David Proudfoot, Ed.D. He earned his doctorate in 2007 and has been working with the School of Advanced Studies since then as an associate faculty and dissertation chair. Prior to that he served as an educational administrator, often teaching educational programming and administration.
The article with the title of "Delphi panels: Research design, procedures, advantages, and ...