Recent Submissions

  • Integrating technology and education: A look at the implementation of advanced technology to diversify online learning and teaching 

    Kelly, Tamra; Atwood, Ashley (Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, 2019-11-04)
    The implementation of advanced technology in online learning and teaching exposes candidates to learning tools that accommodate various learning styles and intelligences through Universal Design for Learning (UDL) while ...
  • Social, nonacademic interactions in the online learning environment 

    Heron, Audrey; Casarez, Lesley (2017-06-20)
    Students in online learning environments experience physical distance between themselves and their peers and instructor. In many cases, the student does not live in the same city and may not even live in the same state or ...
  • Relatedness in the online learning environment 

    Heron, Audrey (2018-02)
    Traditional instructional methods of delivery are waning as online education steadily rises to the forefront as the preferred delivery for students striving to access higher education. While there is a wealth of empirical ...
  • Promoting persistence in online programs 

    Tasker, Twyla; Dickison, Brooke R. (2016-02-09)
    The surging attractiveness of distance education has become progressively prevalent. Candidates are pursuing better opportunities to integrate a balance between all of their commitments. Distance education incorporates ...
  • Improving enrollment in dual credit program for career and technology education: lessons learned from HVAC/R program 

    Tasker, Twyla (2015-02-04)
    Public perception, by students, parents, and school officials, about working in the skilled trades may be creating a barrier to students’ enrollment in the dual credit Career and Technology Education Programs, which provide ...
  • Supporting online adjunct faculty through building community. 

    Casarez, Lesley; Agan, Tia; Livengood, Kimberly K. (Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, 2016-04-28)
    When programs grow, institutions may need to rely on adjunct faculty. When these adjuncts are working in an online learning environment, training them to address students’ needs and teach content as competently as full-time ...
  • Theory and practice in flexible learning environments 

    Agan, Tia; Self, Raelye; Livengood, Kimberly K. (Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, 2018-10-15)
    Flexible learning environments usually refer to distance education programs; however, competency-based programs have become more popular. These programs fit a departmental goal of providing opportunities specifically ...
  • Journal of Teaching Effectiveness and Student Achievement Volume 2, Issue 1 

    Bird, Lori; Hudson, Peter; Flynn, Gloria Graham; Hughes, Gail; Cotabish, Alicia; Williams, Carolyn; Wake, Donna; Kaden, Ute; Lachance, Joan; Lavigne, Alyson; Bozack, Amanda; Marable, Michele; Kurtsworkth-Keen, Kristin; Harper, Kelly; Dutt-Doner, Daren; Valle, Fernando; Cooper, Gionet (Angelo State UniversityAngelo State University College of Education, 2015-02-01)
    Volumn 2, Issue 1 of the Journal of Teaching Effectiveness and student Acievement
  • Journal of Teaching Effectiveness and Student Achievement Volume 1, Issue 1 

    Abernathy, Tammy; Beck, Ginny; Taylor, Shanon; Banker, Deborah; Filizola, Stella; Bolton, Marcia; Reisboard, Dana; Feeney, Eric; Fowler, Teri; Laird, William; Piña, Angela; Saha-Gupta, Nina; Lara, Margarita; House, Jeffrey; Salgado, Yolanda; Carter, Janet A.; Hurst, Jeannine; Smith, Ann Marie (Angelo State University College of Education, 2014-03-01)