2016 Graduate Students’ Presentations

Boulden, D. C. (2016, March). Leveraging learning analytics to enhance school library media programs. Poster presented at North Carolina Technology in Education Society (NCTIES) Annual Conference. Raleigh, NC.

Boulden, D. C. (2016, March). Analyzing and evaluating the 1:1learning model: What would Dewey do? Paper presented at Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) Annual Conference. Savannah, GA.

Cadran, A. (2016). Teaching blended learning courses to occupational course of study students: A quantitative analysis of care. Paper presented at the 39th Annual Conference of Eastern Educational Research Association, Hilton Head, SC.

Gill, V. (2016, June). An Exploration of Moral Identity and Race Relations in Cyberspace, Giving Psychology Away: Sharing Research Through Teaching, Interdisciplinary Collaboration, and Public Engagement. Presented at The Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI), Minneapolis, MN.

Gill, V. (2016, March). Race in Cyberspace: Moral Identity and Engagement with Race-Related Issues on Social Media. Poster presented at the Eleventh Annual North Carolina State University Graduate Student Research Symposium, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.

Spires, H.A., & Medlock, C. (2016, May). Literacy for students who live in poverty. Poster presented at the Education Action Poverty Summit, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.

Spires, H.A., & Medlock, C. (2016, March). Literacy for kids who live in poverty. Professional development session presented at the North Carolina Reading Association Conference, Raleigh, NC.

Medlock, C. (2016, March). Are MOOCs for educators effective? An analysis of learning outcomes from a MOOC-Ed on disciplinary literacy. Paper presented at NC State Scholar-Practitioner Symposium, Raleigh, NC.

Paul, C.M. (2016, December). Building Disciplinary Literacy Through Close Readings: An Analysis of History, Science, and Math Teachers’ Close Reading Strategies. Paper presented at the Literacy Research Association Conference, Nashville, TN.

Paul, C.M. (2016, December). MOOCs, Disciplinary Literacy and Inquiry: Supporting Transformative Teaching and Learning. In K. Silvestri (Chair), Open educational research: Investigations of literacy practices modified across path, place, time, and pace. Symposium conducted at the Literacy Research Association Conference, Nashville, TN.

Paul, C.M. (2016, November). Close Reading in History, Science, and Math: An Analysis of Teachers’ Strategies. Paper presented at the Association of Literacy Educators & Researchers Conference, Myrtle Beach, SC.