Graduate Students’ Publications

TELS Graduate Students’ Publications 2017

Boulden, D. C. (2017). Analyzing and Evaluating the 1:1 Learning Model: What Would Dewey Do?. Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 28(3), 205-219.

Boulden, D.C., & Evans, M.A. (2017). Teaching an Online Graduate Multimedia Design Course Using Studio-Based Pedagogy. International Journal for Scholarship of Technology Enhanced Learning.

Boulden, D. C., Hurt, J. W., & Richardson, M. K. (2017). Implementing Digital Tools to Support Student Questioning Abilities: A Collaborative Action Research Report. ie: inquiry in education, 9(1), 2.

Johnson, O. T. (2017). A Shift in Scientific Identities: How Teacher-

Scientist Partnerships Can Impact Middle School Teachers’ Science Teaching and Instruction. The William & Ida Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, Raleigh, NC.

Long, E. (2017). Beyond Barr, Barth, and Shermis: A reconceptualization for the

100th anniversary of social studies. Oregon Journal of the Social Studies (accepted for publication).

Long, E. (2017). Using lessons from psychology to foster historical empathy regarding conformity in the past. Teaching Social Studies 17(1), 34-36.

Moore, R.L., & Fodrey, B. (2017). Distance education and technology infrastructure: Strategies and opportunities. In A. Pina, V. Walker, & B. Harris (Eds.), Leading and Managing e-learning: What the e-learning learner needs to know.

Oliver, K., Moore, R.L., & Evans, M.A. (2017). Establishing a virtual makerspace for an online graduate course: a design case. International Journal of Designs for Learning.

Moore, R.L., & Johnson, N. (2017). Earning a seat at the table: How Information Technology can become a partner in organizational change and innovation. International Journal of Knowledge-Based Organizations, 7(2), 1-12. Available at:

Migliarese, S., Smith, N., Annas, A., & Healy, C. (2017). Fighting Frailty in Underserved Communities. Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation, 33(1), 62-67.

Smith, N., McDonald K, Hine K, & Bartlett, A.S. (2017). M-Learning to Facilitate Learning of Pulmonary Evaluation Techniques and Clinical Reasoning in Physical Therapist Students: A Multi-Case Study. Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal. 28(1):23.

Bartlett, AS, Bock J, Palombo J, Phillips H, Kobel K, Cipperly, S, Smith, N. (2017). The Effect of a Cardiopulmonary Mobile App on Learning Compared to Traditional Methods. Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal. 28(1):48.

Yuan, C., & Moran, C. M. (2017). Flipped classroom in China: Design, practice and implications. In H. A. Spires (Ed.), Digital transformation and innovation in Chinese education. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.