I’m pleased to see that the chapter I wrote with co-author (and UM IDT alumnus) Michael Dowdy is now in print, as a part of the edited book by George Veletsianos of Royal Roads University. The book is titled “Emergence and Innovation in Digital Learning:Foundations and Applications”, and is published by Athabasca press. It is available for purchase, or as a […]
Note: this is meant for my students, and for first-time presenters at a large convention like AECT. The Setting Roundtable presentation sessions at the AECT Convention are fairly informal opportunities to interact with attendees about your project. Roundtable presentations are generally just what they sound like. The setting is a very large open room like a banquet hall at the […]
As Chair of the ICL Search Committee, I invite you to presentations by Dr. Amanda Rockinson-Szapkiw, a candidate for a faculty position in Instructional Design and Technology within the Instruction and Curriculum Leadership Department in the College of Education. Her research presentation and discussion is at 10:10 AM, and her teaching presentation and discussion is at 11:15 AM, on Tuesday, April 26th in […]
I’m pleased to say we received a very large (68), and very strong group of applicants for our open faculty position in IDT. After reviewing all the applications, the search committee decided upon six finalists. The committee conducted videoconference interviews with those six finalists. We currently have invited two of the finalists for campus interviews. All other applicants are still […]
At this time we are no longer accepting applications for the IDT faculty position. We received 68 applications. The search committee is now planning to invite finalists for a campus interview. Thank you for your interest.
Dear IDT student, You should follow this blog, to see announcements like below. Very handy to be able to read past abstracts (methodology, etc.) from all COE dissertations (including IDT). http://blogs.memphis.edu/dissertations/ A few years ago I convinced our College of Ed. staff that a blog would be more effective for announcing defenses than our traditional practice of […]
Congratulations to Dr. Kris King on completing his dissertation about the training (and lack thereof) of substitute teachers in a rural school system. His announcement and abstract are here. Kris is an instructional designer for Mississippi State University.