Honors and Awards
- 2010 - Co-Investigator; with Karen Viskupic, Ross Perkins, and Mark D. Schmitz - K-12 Virtual Labs for Teaching the Science of Geochronology - National Science Foundation - $149,895
- 2002 - Distinguished Paper Award, Northern Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association Convention
- EDTECH 604: Leadership in Educational Technology
- EDTECH 533: YouTube for Educators
Research Priorities for YouTube and Video-Sharing Technologies: A Delphi Study
British Journal of Educational Technology (2012)
Online video-sharing services, particularly YouTube, have gained an audience of billions of users including educators and scholars.While the academic literature ...
Health Science Students and Their Learning Environment: A Comparison of ...
Perspectives in Health Information Management (2008)
This study compared the responses of on-site, remote-site, and traditional classroom students on measures of student/teacher interaction, course structure, physical ...
Online Health-Related Fitness Courses: A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing ...
Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (2008)
At the institutional level, distance education addresses problems such as teacher shortages, limited course offerings, dropouts, charter school competition, poor ...
Contributions to Books (6)
Contribution to Book
Using YouTube Videos to Engage the Affective Domain in E-Learning
Research, Reflections and Innovations in Integrating ICT in Education (2009)
YouTube, currently the largest and most widely used online video service, is at the epicenter of the expanding videosharing universe. ...