PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS

The Instructional Design Team is an active collaborator with numerous faculty members on campus who are engaged in educational research. We have been published in several peer-reviewed journals in recent years, and have been presenting at conferences all over the country since our creation in 2007. Below is a sampling of our publications and presentations. Enjoy!

Publications

Oswald, L. & Hammons, A. (2009). Collaborative Learning Spaces at Missouri University of Science and Technology [Electronic version]. EDUCAUSE Quarterly Magazine, 32(1).

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Burchett, S., et al. (2016). Piloting Blended Strategies to Resolve Laboratory Capacity Issues in a First-Semester General Chemistry Course. Retrieved May 23, 2016 from the Journal of Chemical Education website: http://pubs.acs.org/doi/full/10.1021/acs.jchemed.6b00078 

NOTE: The authors for this publication include Shayna Burchett, Jack Hayes, Annalise Pfaff, Emmalou T. Satterfield, Amy Skyles, and Klaus Woelk.

Skyles, S.A. (2015). Delivering Experiential Labs To All. Retrieved May 23, 2016, from the Online Learning Consortium website: http://olc.onlinelearningconsortium.org/effective_practices/delivering-experiential-labs-all

Skyles, S.A. (2014, August) Delivering Experiential Labs to All. Guest blog post, Online Learning Consortium.

Skyles, S.A. (2016, September) Thinking Outside of the Lab: Special Considerations for Lab Course RedesignInternational Journal for Innovations in Online Education.

Swift, T. M., & Wilkins, B. J. (2014, June), A Partial Flip, A Whole Transformation: Redesigning Sophomore Circuits Paper presented at 2014 ASEE Annual Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana. https://peer.asee.org/19973

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Henslee, A.M, et al. (2016). Assessing Freshman Engineering Students' Understanding of Ethical BehaviorScience and Engineering Ethics, January 2016.

NOTE: The authors of this paper include Amber M. Henslee, Susan L. Murray, Gayla R. Olbricht, Douglas K. Ludlow, Malcolm E. Hays, and Hannah M. Nelson

Thomas, J.S., Hays, M.E., & Meyer, M.J. (2011). A Detailed Process for Creating Multiple Choice Exams in a Mechanics of Materials CourseProceedings of the 2011 Midwest Section Conference of the American Society of Engineering Education.

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These publications involve two or more members of the instructional design team working together on a publication. This may or may not involve collaboration with faculty.

Presentations

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Devault, T. and Skyles, S.A. (2016, November) Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil, TYPE No Evil. Presented at the Focus on Teaching and Technology Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Skyles, S.A. (2016, April) DELTA: Delivering Experiential Labs to All. Presented at the Hybrid Learning Consortium Symposium, Kansas City, MO.

Skyles, S.A. (2016, March). Getting Students to Use Scoring Guides for Self-Assessment. Teaching and Learning Technology Conference 2016.

Skyles, S.A. (2016, March) DELTA: Delivering Experiential Labs to All. Presented for the eEducation Lecture Series at Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL.

Skyles, S. A. (2016, March) A Kit is Not a Course. Presented at Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourde, FL

Skyles, S.A. (2015, March) Student Accountability through Self and Peer Assessment. Presented at Teaching and Learning Technology Conference, Rolla, MO

Skyles, S.A. (2015, March) Delivering Experiential Labs to All. Poster session presented at Teaching and Learning Technology Conference, Rolla, MO.

Skyles. S.A. (2015, February) Delivering Experiential Labs to All. Webinar presented through the Online Learning Consortium.

Skyles, S.A. (2014, February) Delivering Experiential Labs to All. Poster session presented at Educause Learning Initiative Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Wilkins, B., & Runnion, P. (2016). Sometimes a Step Forward Requires a Step Sideways: Early Intervention in Calculus I. Teaching and Learning Technology Conference 2016.

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Hays, M.E. (2009). Challenges of Creating Online Content. Teaching and Learning Technology Conference 2009.

Kerwin, R.Y., (2015). Short and Sweet: Maximizing Your Video Views. Poster session presented at Teaching and Learning Technology Conference 2016, Rolla, MO

These presentations involve two or more members of the instructional design team working together on a presentation. This may or may not involve collaboration with faculty.

Skyles, S.A.  and Jennings Jeff (2016, November) The Building Blocks of Course Design.  Presented at Online Learning Consortium Accelerate, Orlando, FL.

Cudney, E.A., Phelps, J.A., & Jennings, J.E. (2016). Rethinking Redesign to Enhance Course Engagement. Teaching and Learning Technology Conference 2016.

Kerwin, R.Y., & Hays, M.E. (2015). The Plagiarist's Dilemma: Game Theory and Academic Integrity. Teaching and Learning Technology Conference 2015.

Phelps, J. and Skyles, S.A. (2015, November) Enhancing Enrollment through Course Promotion. Presented at Focus on Teaching with Technology, St. Louis, MO.

Special Recognition

Burchett, S., et. al. (2015, November) Teaching with Technology Award Nominee, Focus on Teaching with Technology Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Hammons, A. and Skyles S.A. (2015, April) Effective Practice Award, Presented at the 21st Annual Online Learning Consortium International Conference, Dallas, TX.