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Anderson, E.E. "Incorporating Laboratory Simulations into Non-Laboratory Courses," ICEE Annual Conference, Oslo, Norway, 2001
Beard, L. “Creativity in the Classroom: Using Creative Assignments to Foster Deeper Student Learning and Engagement,” an hour long workshop as part of The Fourth Annual Advancing Teaching and Learning Conference at Texas Tech University, February 21-22, 2008.
Bichard, Shannon, Roberts, Marilyn, and Sutherland, John (2000) “Group Personality and Performance: A Model for Managing Advertising Student Teams,” Journal of Advertising Education, 4 (2).
Birney, David. M.; Starnes, Stephen, "Parallel Combinatorial Esterification: A Simple Experiment for Use in the Second Semester Organic Chemistry Laboratory." J. Chem. Educ. 1999, 76, 1560-1561.
Burris, S. & Robinson, S. (2004, March-April). Adventures in teaching: Using adventure learning. The Agricultural Education Magazine, 76(5), 11-12.
Dunham, C., & Casadonte, Jr. D.J. Children’s Attitudes and Classroom Interaction In an Intergenerational Education Program” Educational Gerontology, 200935(5), 453 – 464
Ekwaro-Osire, S. , J.J. Mendias, and P. Orono, “Using Design Notebooks to Map Creativity during Team Activities,” Proceedings of the 2009 Frontiers in Education Conference, San Antonio, Texas, Oct 18–21, 2009.
Ekwaro-Osire, S. and, P. Orono “Design Notebooks as Indicators of Student Participation in Team Activities,” Proceedings of the 2007 Frontiers in Education Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Oct 10–13, 2007.
Giardino, J. R. and E. B. Fish. 1986. The use of field trips in air-photo interpretation and remote-sensing classes. Journal of Geological Education. 34: 339-343.
Gring, Mark A. and Tonya Blivens, “The Repeated Speech Assignment,” in Barbara S.
Hugenberg and Larry Hugenberg, (Eds), Teaching Ideas for the Basic Communication
Course, vol 7, Fall 2003, pp: 191-193.
Khandaker, M., S. Ekwaro-Osire, and P. Orono, “Undergraduate engineering team projects: Is there any correlation between presentation and participation?” Proceedings of the 2008 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Jun 22–25, 2008.
Laverie, Debra A. (2006), “In Class Active Cooperative Learning: A Way to Build Knowledge and Skills in Marketing Courses,” Marketing Education Review, 16, 59-76.
Marrs K.A. (2003), R. Blake, and A. Gavrin "Use of Warm Up Exercises in Just in Time Teaching: Determining Students' Prior Knowledge and Misconceptions in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics." Journal of College Science Teaching, September 2003, pp. 42-47.
McDonald, Robert E. (2006), “Use of Videotaped Role Play Exercises in Large Sales Classes,” Journal for Advancement of Marketing Education, 8 (Summer), 32 – 37.
Mitchell, R. B. and V. G. Allen. 2000. Ecology of grazing lands systems – A multi-university field-trip approach to teaching. Proc. American Forage and Grassland Council 9:91-94.
Orono, P. and S. Ekwaro-Osire, “Impact of Student Selection of Design Projects on Team Performance,” Proceedings of the 2007 Annual ASEE Global Colloquium on Engineering Education, Istanbul, Turkey, Oct 1–4, 2007.
Pazos, P., MG. Beruvides, J.Y. Jian, A.M. Canto, A.S. Sandoval, and R. Taraban. “Structured Group Decision Making in a Web-Based Environment by Using the Nominal Group Technique,” Computers & Industrial Engineering, 2007, vol. 52, no. 3, pp. 277-295.
Pratt, C. (2007). In-class Communicative Projects. Upper Saddle River: Pearson/Prentice Hall.
Reifman, A. (2009, June). Phelps vs. Spitz: A z-score activity that goes swimmingly. Poster at the U.S. Conference on Teaching Statistics, Columbus, OH.
Reifman, A. S., Reich, D. A., Koch, E., Lakin, J. L., Murphy, N. A., & Silver, R. C. (2005, August). Teaching about attribution theory using Howard Dean’s “scream speech.” Poster at the American Psychological Association convention, Washington, DC. Available online at: http://courses.ttu.edu/hdfs3390-reifman/deandemo.htm
School Spirit Study Group (A. Reifman, organizer) (2004). Measuring school spirit: A national teaching exercise. Teaching of Psychology, 31, 18-21.
Soonpaa, N. “Five Simple Exercises for Teaching Persuasion,” 16(1) The Second Draft 13 (2001).
Sundberg, M.D. J. Armstrong, M. Dini and B. Wischusen. Tips for Designing and Implementing Investigative Laboratories [in press].
Ekwaro-Osire, S. “‘Pan-Mentoring’ as an Effective Element of Capstone Design Courses,” The International Journal of Engineering Education, Vol. 19, No. 5, pp. 721–724, 2003.
Ekwaro-Osire, S. and P. Orono, “Pan-mentoring in creative engineering design – the coordination of individual and team creativity,” Proceedings of the 2005 Frontiers in Education Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana, Oct 19–22, 2005.
Gregory, J., Bagert, D., Desrosiers, R., & Heinze, L.; Nature of the College Advisor in the Twenty-first Century. American Society for Engineering Education, 2001.
Available online at: http://soa.asee.org/paper/conference/paper-view.cfm?id=16204
Hurst, Mary Jane. “Mentor Yourself.” Inside Higher Ed, 29 July 2009. Web. http://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2009/29/hurst
Punyanunt-Carter, N. M., & Wrench, J. (2008). Advisor-advisee three: Graduate students’ perceptions of verbal aggression, credibility, and conflict styles in advising relationships. Education, 12, 579-587.
Rickly, R. J. "Feminist Approaches to Mentoring Graduate Students: Conflict, Power, and Collaboration." Chapter, co-written with Susanmarie Harrington, in Preparing College Teachers of Writing. Ed. Betty Pytlik and Sarah Liggett. Oxford UP. (2002). pp.108-120.
Wrench, J. S., & Punyanunt-Carter, N. M. (2008). The Influence of Graduate Advisor use of Interpersonal Humor on Graduate Students. NACADA: Mentoring Journal, 54-72.
Wrench, J., & Punyanunt-Carter , N.M. (2005). Advisor-advisee communication two: The influence of verbal aggression and humor assessment on advisee perception of advisor credibility and affective learning. Communication Research Reports, 22 (4), 303-313.
Wrench, J., & Punyanunt, N. M. (2004). Advisor-advisee communication: An exploratory study examining interpersonal communication variables in the graduate advisee-advisor relationship. Communication Quarterly, 53, 224-237.
Check, E. (2004, Winter). Queers and Art Education in the War Zone. Studies in Art Education, 45(2),178-182.
Check, E. & Akins, F. (2004). Queer lessons in the art classroom. Democracy & Education, 15(3-4), 66-71.
Check, E. (1992). Queers, art and education. In M. Zurmuehlen (Ed.), Working Papers in Art Education (pp. 98-102). Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa.
Check, E. and Lampela, L. (1999, Summer). Teaching more of the story: Sexual and cultural diversity in art and the classroom. Advisory. Reston, VA: National Art Education Association.
Lampela, L. & Check, E. (Eds.). (2003). From our voices: Art educators and artists speak out about lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered issues. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt.
Anderson, E. E., R. Taraban, & M. P. Sharma, “Implementing and Assessing Computer-Based Active Learning Materials in Introductory Thermodynamics,” 2005 International Journal of Engineering Education. Vol. 21(6). Also online at http://www.ijee.dit.ie/OnlinePapers/Interactive_Papers.html
Bicen, Pelin and Debra Laverie (forthcoming), “Groups Based Assessment as a Dynamic Approach to Marketing Education,” Journal of Marketing Education.
Candler-Lotven, A. C., Tallent-Runnels, M. K., & Sigler, E. A. (1995). Reliability and validity of the Reflective Teaching Instrument scores. Psychological Reports, 77, 63-66.
Ekwaro-Osire, S. and P. Orono, “Developing an Assessment Regime for Pan-Mentoring in Creative Engineering Design,” Proceedings of the 2006 ASEE Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois, June 18–21, 2006.
Gring, Mark A. and Jeré Littlejohn, “Assessment of the Repeated Speech Performance as a Pedagogical Tool: A Pilot Study,” Basic Communication Course Annual 12, pp. 97-124, January 2000. Southwestern Univ. publication
Hopper, N. W., D. H. Beighley, and D. G. Miller. 1980. An integrated testing procedure for courses utilizing a lecture/audio tutorial instructional format. J. Agronomic Education 9:23-24.
Laverie, Debra A., 2002. Improving teaching through improving evaluation: A guide to course portfolios. Journal of Marketing Education 24 (2), 104-113.
Martin, R., Hoover, L., Fox, E., Lan, W., & Ahmad, M. (1999). Assessment of nutrition education of secondary Texas teachers. Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences Education, 16, 60-75.
Roach, K. D. (1990). A reliability assessment of the Kearney, Plax, Richmond, and McCroskey (1984) BATs and BAMs model. Communication Research Reports, 7, 67-74. (BAT = Behavior Alteration Technique; BAM = Behavior Alteration Message)
Sigler, E. A., & Tallent-Runnels, M. K. (2006). Examining the validity of scores from an instrument designed to measure metacognition of problem solving. Journal of General Psychology, 133, 257-276.
Thacker, B. A. "Computer-Assisted Assessment of Student Understanding in Physics," Computers in Physics, January 1994 (with Suzanne M. Lea, Eunsook Kim, Kelvin Trefz).
Carter, S. L., & Punyanunt-Carter , N.M. (2006). Acceptability of treatment for a student sleeping in the college classroom, Education, 126 (3), 541-546.
Carter, S. L., & Punyanunt-Carter, N. M. (2009). An acceptable way to deal with disruptive talking in the classroom. College Student Journal, 43(1), 56-58.
Check, E. (2000.). Caught between control and creativity: Boredom and the classroom. In D. Fehr, K. Fehr and K. Keifer-Boyd (Eds.), Realworld readings in art education: Things your professors never told you (137-145). New York: Falmer Press.
Roach, D. (2008). Classroom power. In The international encyclopedia of communication (Vol. 2, pp. 507-509). Oxford , UK , and Malden , MA : Wiley-Blackwell.
Richmond , V. P., & Roach, K. D. (1992). Power in the classroom: Seminal studies. In V. P. Richmond and J. C. McCroskey (Eds.) Power in the classroom: Communication, control, and concern (pp. 47-65). Hillsdale , New Jersey : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers.
Ahern, T., Dean, D., Taraban, R., & Walton, B. (2000, November). Learning State: An XML based course editor for online instruction. Proceedings of the WebNet 2000 World Conference on the WWW and Internet, San Antonio, TX.
Anderson, E.E. "Staged Solutions as a Means of Learning via the Internet," ASEE Annual Conference, Albuquerque, NM, 2001
Anderson, E.E., M.P. Sharma, and R. Taraban, “Application of Active Learning Techniques to Computer-Based Instruction of Introductory Thermodynamics,” ASEE Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada, 2002
Christopher, M. M., Thomas, J. A., & Tallent-Runnels, M. K. (2004). Raising the bar: Encouraging high level thinking in online discussion forms. Roeper Review, 26, 166-171.
Gavrin, A., Jeffrey X. Watt, Kathleen Marrs, Robert E. Blake, Jr. "Just-in-Time Teaching (JiTT): Using the Web to Enhance Classroom Learning", Proceedings of the 2003 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition (2003).
Hashemi, J., K.A. Austin, A. Majkowski, E.E. Anderson, and N. Chandrashekar, 2005 “Elements of a Realistic Virtual Laboratory Experience in Materials Science: Development and Evaluation,” International Journal of Engineering Education, Vol 21(3). Also online at: http://www.ijee.dit.ie/OnlinePapers/Interactive_Papers.html
Hein, Scott E. and Katherine Austin Stalcup, "Using World Wide Web Utilities to Engage Students in Money, Banking and Credit," Journal of Education for Business (January/February 2001, 76-3), Pp. 167-172.
Fraze, S., Schilling, G., Akers, C., & Kistler, M. (2004) Computer experiences and information technology adoption of senior secondary agri-science students in Texas. Proceedings of the 23rd Western Region Agricultural Education Research Conference. Honolulu, HI.
Hashemi, J., E.E. Anderson, A. Majkowski, and K.A. Stalcup, “Development of Software to Improve Learning and Laboratory Experience in Materials Science.” ASEE Annual Conf. and Exp., Nashville, TN
Lan, W. Y., Tallent-Runnels, M. K., Thomas, J. A., Fryer, W., & Cooper, S. (2003). An examination of the relationship between technology problems and teaching evaluation of online instruction. The Internet and Higher Education, 6, 365-375, http://authors.elsevier.com/sd/article/S1096751603000563
McKenney, C. B., E. B. Peffley and I. Teolis. 2004. A comparison of asynchronous communication levels with students enrolled in compressed video, internet and traditional classes. Acta Hort. (ISHS) 641:79-84.
Mullen, G., & Tallent-Runnels, M. K.. (2006). Student outcomes and perceptions of instructors’ demands and support in online and traditional classrooms. The Internet and Higher Education, 9, 257-266.
Pemberton, J. R., Borrego, Jr., J., and Cohen, L. M. (2006). Using Interactive Computer Technology to Enhance Learning. Teaching of Psychology, 33, 145-147.
Rickly, R. J. "Online Tutor Training: Examining the Role of Synchronous Conferencing in Establishing a Professional Community." Article, co-written with Cynthia Johanek, in Computers and Composition, Vol. 12, No. 2, 1995. Pp. 237-46.
Sharma, Martha and Gary S. Elbow, Using Internet Primary Sources to Teach Critical Thinking Skills in Geography, Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, in press.
Smith, J., Villareal, V., Akers, C., and Haygood, J. (2004). Computer knowledge, skills, and experiences of students enrolled in undergraduate courses in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. NACTA Journal. 48 (1), 45-51.
Tallent-Runnels, M. K., Thomas, J. A., Lan, W. Y., Cooper, S., Ahern, T. C., Shaw, S. M., & Liu, X. (2006). Teaching courses online: A review of the research. Review of Educational Research, 76, 93-135.
Tallent-Runnels, M. K., Lan, W. Y., Fryer, W., Thomas, J. A., Cooper, S., & Wang, K. (2005). The relationship between problems with technology and graduate students’ evaluations of online teaching. The Internet and Higher Education, 8, 167-174.
Tallent-Runnels, M. K., Cooper, S., Lan, W. Y., Thomas, J., & Busby, C. (2005). How to teach online: What the research says. Distance Education, 2(1), 21-27.
Taraban, R. (1996). A computer-based paradigm for developmental research. Journal of Developmental Education, 20, (1), 12-14, 16, 18, 20.
Taraban, R., & Brothen, T. (1999). Technology that moves learners in the right direction. Journal of Developmental Education, 22 (3), 34.
Taraban, R., Maki, W., & Rynearson, K. (1999). Measuring study time distributions: Implications for designing computer-based courses. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 31, 263-269.
Taraban, R., C.B. McKenney, E. Peffley and A. Applegarth. 2004. Live specimens are more effective than World Wide Web for learning plant materials. Journ. Nat. Res. and Life Sci. Education. 33:106-110.
Taraban, R., & Rynearson, K. (1998). Computer-based comprehension research in a content area. Journal of Developmental Education, 21 (3), 10-12, 14, 16, 18.
Taraban, R., Weigold, A., Anderson, E. E., & Sharma, M. P. (2005, June). Students’ cognitions when using an instructional CD for introductory thermodynamics. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference and Exposition, Portland, OR.
Weller, H. G., Repman, J., & Lan, W. Y. (1994). Improving the effectiveness of learning through hypermedia-based instruction: The importance of learner characteristics. Computers in Human Behavior, 11, 451-465.
Foster, D. A., Hermann, A., Hardin, E., Stewart, F., & Kellogg, A. (2006, April). Effects of psychological contract content and features on student satisfaction. Poster presented at the Eighty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Palm Springs, California.
Hermann, A. D., Foster, D. A., & Hardin, E. E. (2009, May). Does the first week of class matter? A quasi-experimental investigation. Poster presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association’s 81st Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
Khandaker, M. and S. Ekwaro-Osire, “Development of a Product Development Lab Course: Application of Theoretical, FEA and Experimental Techniques,” Proceedings of the 2008 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition, Boston, Massachusetts, Oct 31–Nov 6, 2008.
Soonpaa, N. “A Retrospective on Three Teaching Experiences and Resultant Ideas About Structuring a Three-Semester Course,” 16(2) The Second Draft 1 (2002).
Sundberg, M.D., M.L. Dini and E. Li. 1994. Decreasing course content improves student comprehension of science and attitudes towards science in freshman biology. Journal of Research in Science Teaching 31: 679-693.
Almer, E.D., R.G. Brody and J.J. Masselli. 2005. “A Cross-Cultural Analysis of Student Perceptions of Gender Diversity, Family Status, and Hiring Practices in Spain and the United States.” Global Perspectives on Accounting Education, V2, 2005.
Beard, L. “Translating Cultures: Ethical Issues in Teaching Life Narratives from Other Cultures,” Closing lecture as invited keynote speaker at the I Encontro Nacional Cultura e Tradução at the Universidade Federal da Paraíba, Brazil, September 9-11, 2009.
Blue, T., & Hardin, E. E. (2008, March). International student adjustment: A follow-up to intra/interpersonal factors that predict better outcomes. Poster presented at the International Counseling Psychology Conference, Chicago, IL.
Hughes, P. C., Heuman, A., & Williams, D. E. (2009). Using viewpoints to promote dialogue about intercultural communication. Teaching Ideas for the Basic Course, 22, 1-5.
Lan, W. Y., & Zhu, Y. X. (1996). A comparison of administrative efficiency between Chinese and American Higher Education Institutions. Modern China Studies, 52, 34-41.
Lan, W. Y., Zhu, Y. X., & Lan, J. (1996). Educational reform in China since 1978. In Jixuan Hu, Zhaohui Hong, & Eleni Stavrou (Eds.) In Search of a Chinese Road Towards Modernization (pp. 225-244). Lampeter, Dyfed, Wales UK: Edwin Mellen Press.
Lan, W. Y. (1996). Self-sponsored higher education and a financial aid system in Chinese Higher Education. New Waves-Educational Research and Development, 1, 7-8.
Olaniran, B. A., & Roach, K. D. (1994). Communication apprehension and classroom apprehension in Nigerian classrooms. Communication Quarterly, 42, 379-389.
Roach, K. D., Cornett-DeVito, M. M., DeVito, R. (2005). A cross-cultural comparison of instructor communication in American and French classrooms. Communication Quarterly, 53, 87-107.
Roach, K. D., & Byrne, P. R. (2001). A cross-cultural comparison of instructor communication in American and German classrooms. Communication Education, 50, 1-14.
Robitschek, C. & Hardin, E. E. (2006, August). Mexican American College Students: Personal Growth Initiative and Multidimensional Well-Being. In D. B. Singley (Chair), Multiculturalism and Positive Psychology---Riding the Fourth and Fifth Waves. Symposium conducted at the 114th annual convention of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.
Tallent-Runnels, M. K., Tirri, K. A., & Adams, A. M. (2000). A cross-cultural study of teachers’ attitudes toward gifted children and programs for gifted children. Gifted and Talented International, 15, 103-115.
Tirri, K., & Tallent-Runnels, M. K. (2004). Cross-cultural predictors of teachers’ attitudes toward gifted education. Gifted and Talented International, 20, 69-75.
Tirri, K. A., Tallent-Runnels, M. K., Adams, A. M., Yuen, M., & Lau, P. S. Y. (2003). Cross-cultural predictors of teachers’ attitudes toward gifted education: Finland, Hong Kong, and U.S.A. Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 26, 112-131.
Akers, C., Miller, K., Fraze, S., & Lockaby, J. (2004). Identifying emotional intelligence as a critical curricular need in agricultural education. Journal of Agricultural Education. 45 (1), 87-95.
Bard, Jennifer S., Thomas W. Mayo & Stacey A. Tovino, Three Ways of Looking At a Health Law and Literature Class, 1 Drexel L. Rev. 512 (2009)
Basinger, A.R., C.B. McKenney and D. Auld. (2008). Competencies for a U.S. horticulture major: A national Delphi-study. HortTech. (Nov, Accepted with revisions submitted).
Davis, K., & Durband, D. B. (2008). Valuing the implementation of financial literacy education. Financial Counseling and Planning 19 (1), 20-30.
Johnson, M. J., & Janisch, C. (1998). Connecting literacy with social studies content in intermediate classrooms. Social Studies and the Young Learner. 10(4), 6-9.
Johnson, M. J., Janisch, C., & Morgan-Fleming, B. (2001). Cultural literacy in classroom settings: Teachers and students adapt the Core Knowledge Curriculum. Journal of Curriculum and Supervision, 16, 259-272.
Lawver, D., Barton, J., Akers, C., Smith, J., & Fraze, S. (2004). Agricultural mechanics curriculum for agricultural science teacher certification: A Delphi study. Proceedings of the 31st National Agricultural Education Research Conference. St. Louis, MO, 31, 433-441.
Lee, J. A. and Jones, L. L., 1993, Teaching the Process of Science in Geography Courses. Journal of Geography, v. 92, p. 223-226.
Montgomery, M., Lockaby, J., & Akers, C. (2001). Analyzing the Texas high school agricultural communications curriculum. Proceedings of 51st Southern Region Agricultural Education Research Conference. Fort Worth, TX.
Simon, L., Haygood, J., Akers, C., Doerfert, D., & Davis, C., (2005) Master’s level agricultural communications curriculum: A national Delphi study. Journal of Agricultural Education. 46 (3), 56-69.
Soonpaa, N. “Pop Culture Prognostication,” in Teaching the Law School Curriculum (Carolina Academic Press 2004).
Marbley, A., Leon, R., Pratt, C., Manigault, E., & Phelan, K. (2010). Ebony Eyes: Teaching about African American Civil War Heroes through Art. The Black History Bulletin 73(2), 30-33.
Allen, M., Bourhis, J., Mabry, E., Burrell, N., Emmers-Sommer, T., Titsworth, S., Mattrey, M., Crowell, T., Bakkar, A., Hamilton, A., Malyshev, Y., Robertson, T., Scholl, J., & Wells, S. (2002). Comparing student satisfaction with distance education to traditional classrooms in higher education: A meta-analysis. American Journal of Distance Education, 16(2), 83-97.
Lindner, J. R., Dooley, K., Christianson, J. E., Akers, C., Baker, M., Fraze, S., Kieth, L., Lawver, D., Lockaby, J., & Smith, J. (2001). Will you ever leave home again? Doc-at-a-Distance. Proceedings of the 17th Annual Conference of the Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education. Baton Rouge, LA.
Massey, P., Lockaby, J. & Akers, C. (2001). Evaluation of effective visuals in distance education. Proceedings of 51st Southern Region Agricultural Education Research Conference. Fort Worth, TX.
Raulerson, R., Telg, R., Irani, T,. Place, N., Lundy, L., Swain, C., Carter, R,. Schmidt, A., Dooley, K., Lindner, J., Akers, C., Davis, C., Anderson, E., Moore, L., & Bielema, C. (2003). Roadmap to effective distance education instructional design. Proceedings of the 30th National Agricultural Education Research Conference. Orlando, FL.
Raulerson, R., Telg, R., Irani, T,. Schmidt, A., Anderson, E., Dooley, K., Lindner, J., Haygood, J., Akers, C., Bielema, C., Carter, R., Thomas, R., Heer, R., & Place N. (2003). Train the Trainer: The distance education instructional designer project. Presentation to National Agricultural Communicators in Education Conference - Distance Education. Kansas City, KS.
Taraban, R., Rynearson, K., & Stalcup, K. (2001). Time as a variable in learning on the World Wide Web. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments & Computers, 33, 217-225.
Taraban, R., E. E. Anderson, M.W. Hayes, and M. P. Sharma, “Developing On-Line Homework for Introductory Thermodynamics,” Journal of Engineering Education, pp. 339-342, July, 2005
Telg, R., Irani, T., Place, N., Akers, C., Haygood, J. Dooley, K., & Linder, J. (2003). Distance education training for distance education trainers. Southern Association of Agricultural Scientists Agricultural Communications. Mobile, AL
Beard, L. “Creating Ethical Learning Communities” in an Association for the Study of American Indian Literatures session on “Ethics and American Indian Cultures” at the Modern Languages Association annual conference, Washington DC, December 27-30, 2005.
Carter, S. L., & Punyanunt-Carter, N. M. (2006). Acceptability of treatments for cheating in the college classroom. Journal of Instructional Psychology, 33(3), 212-216.
Carter, S. L., & Punyanunt-Carter, N. M. (2007). Acceptability of treatments for plagiarism in the college classroom. College Student Journal, 41, 336-341.
Anderson, E. E., Taraban, R., Hayes, M. W., & Sharma, M. P. (2004, June). The impact of course resource utilization upon student performance. Proceedings of the iCEER (International Conference on Engineering Education and Research), Bouzov Castle, Czech Republic.
Beruvides, Mario G., Robert E. McDonald, Kirk R. St. Amant, Ean-Harn Ng, Cheng-Chu Chiu-Wei, and Nicole St. Germaine-Madison, “Trans-Disciplinary Knowledge Sharing of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: A Review of the Current State of the Art,” Professional Studies Review, 4 (1), 12-26.
Davis, C., Akers, C., Green, C., & Zartman, R. (2003). The analysis of variables that influence student performance in an introductory soils class. Proceedings of the 22nd Western Region Agricultural Education Research Conference. Portland, OR.
Davis, Donna F. and Teresa M. McCarthy. 2005. The Future of Marketing Scholarship: Recruiting for Marketing Doctoral Programs, Journal of Marketing Education, 27(1), 14-25
Englebrecht, T. and J.J. Masselli. 1998. “An Empirical Analysis of Self Reported Grades as A Proxy for Ability in Educational Research”, Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences. V. 4, No. 1, pp. 1-15.
Hurst, Mary Jane. “Issues in Teaching Introductory Linguistics: A Pedagogical Discussion.” Linguistic Association of the Southwest. Baton Rouge, LA, 11 October 1996.
Hurst, Mary Jane. “The Evolution of Language Studies at Texas Tech University.” Linguistic Association of the Southwest. Las Cruces, NM, 6 October 1995.
Johnson, M. J., & Button, K. A. (2000). Connecting graduate education in language arts with teaching contexts: The power of action research. English Education, 32, 107-126.
Levin, Michael and Donna F. Davis. 2007. Virtual “Third Places”: A Case Study of a Marketing Promotions Course, Journal for the Advancement of Marketing Education, 10 (1):18-26.
Moore, Melissa, Robert M. Moore, and Robert E. McDonald (2008), “Student Characteristics and Expectations of University Classes: A Free Elicitation Approach,” College Student Journal, 42 (March), 82 - 89.
Orono, P. and S. Ekwaro-Osire, “Evolutionary Design Paradigm as a Retention Tool,” Proceedings of the 2005 ASEE Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon, June 12–15, 2005.
Soonpaa, N. “What Are We Teaching Our Students? Competence and Confidence,” 17(2) The Second Draft 1 (2003).
Soonpaa, N. “Whom Are We Teaching? Independent Students Who Defy Categorization,” 18(1) The Second Draft 7 (2003).
Taraban, R. (2006, June). The growth of text literacy in engineering undergraduates. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference and Exposition, Chicago, IL.
Taraban, R. (2008). An impoverished machine: Challenges to human learning and instructional technology. Behavior Research Methods, 40(3), 639-646.
Taraban, R. (2008). What is undergraduate research and why should we support it? In R. Taraban and R. L. Blanton (Eds.), Creating effective undergraduate research programs in science: The transformation from student to scientist (pp. 3-10). New York: Teachers College Press.
Taraban, R., & Blanton, R. L. (Eds.) (2008). Creating effective undergraduate research programs in science: The transformation from student to scientist. New York: Teachers College Press.
Taraban, R., Kerr, M., & Rynearson, K. (2004). Analytic and pragmatic factors in college students' metacognitive reading strategies. Reading Psychology, 25, 67-81.
Taraban, R., Prensky, E., & Bowen, C. W. (2008). Critical factors in the undergraduate research experience. In R. Taraban and R. L. Blanton (Eds.), Creating effective undergraduate research programs in science: The transformation from student to scientist (pp. 172-188). New York: Teachers College Press.
Thacker, B. A. “Recent advances in classroom physics,” Rep. Prog. Phys. 66, 1833 – 1864 (2003).
Thacker, B. A. "Twelve to Twenty Contact Hours and Research, Too," in PER Conference '98, publication of invited talks at 1998 Physics Education Research Conference, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
White, James. “Where is the Education Process of Architecture Headed”, Wichita Falls Chapter AIA, 2001.
Williams, B. “LearnStar Empowers Texas Tech Students,” T.H.E. Journal, September 2005, 49.
Bell G. (2008).The pillars of college creation. In (P. C. Sederberg, ed.), The honors college phenomenon (National Collegiate Honors Council monograph series), pp. 147-57.
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