Project Not Funded

Maintaining Academic Stability through Remote Instruction during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Project Lead: 
Jacques Alexandre
Project Description: 

The focus of this current study is on exploring the perceptions of teachers regarding the benefits, advantages, and inconveniences of remote instruction and the academic stability due to the change to remote instruction in the K-12 educational environment during the COVID-19 pandemic. The data collection method will be primary data in the form of questionnaire using a sample of 12 educators who practice remote teaching during the Coronavirus pandemic also referred to as  the COVID-19 pandemic.

How does job embeddedness contribute to nurse's desire to stay in their current role.

Project Lead: 
Susan K. Steele-Moses
Project Description: 

The purpose of this research study was to determine the effect that job embeddedness had on a nurse's desire to stay in their current role.  The project was completed at a major acute care facility in southeastern Louisiana.

Type of Project: 

Quality of Life for the Boomer Generation

Project Description: 

Quality of Life (QOL) is desirable for any age cohort and now in particular to the Boomer generation. QOL is a descriptive concept that has previously been examined from the perspectives and approaches of many disciplines. Ulitmately, QOL is a reflection of an individuals' subjective well being (SWB) which itself appears to be an emergent phenomenon dependent upon multiplate interrelated determinants. This project works on a heuristic conceptual model and will be in a book chapter with a case of Japan. This project is led by Dr. Fiona Sussan with Dr. Richard Hall.

Descriptions of Online Learning Experiences in Female‐Authored Social Media

Project Lead: 
Debbie Ritter-Williams
Project Description: 

The proliferation of online education has prompted multiple studies about how virtual learning occurs and how subgroups of students are advantaged and disadvantaged in online learning situations. In parallel with studies about online education, researchers have studied how people communicate online using social media.

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

Project Lead: 
Armando E. Paladino
Project Description: 

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

The Relationship of Literacy to Income, Employability, and Performance: A Quantitative Analysis

Project Lead: 
Armando E. Paladino
Project Description: 

Submitted for publication coauthoring with a former mentee under the program “Dissertation to Publication” to the journal “Applied Linguistics” the manuscript titled “The Relationship of Literacy to Income, Employability, and Performance: A Quantitative

Analysis” . The manuscript was submitted to: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jwl and we received the below communication:

26-Mar-2018

 

Dear Author(s),

 

Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge Management Current and Future Trends

Project Description: 

Submitted for publication the following article “Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge Management Current and Future Trends”. The article has been submitted to Technology, Knowledge & Society Co-Authoring with Dr Mansureh Kebritchi the Chair of the “Center for Educational and Instructional Technology Research” 

Using Story-Telling, Role Play, and Video Therapy as Learning Strategies with Incarcerated Females

Project Description: 

The purpose of the proposed qualitative narrative analysis is to provide counselors for incarcerated women with exploratory, narrative insights from other counselors as to how movies or film stories can provide therapeutic support for incarcerated women.  Storytelling has been used previously for therapeutic purposes (Miller, 2015), however, less is known about using film or movies for therapeutic purposes with this population.   The narrative analysis research design will allow researchers to gather first hand accounts of the research experiences of interest.

Type of Project: 

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Project Not Funded