2010 Faculty Fellows
Photo of Josiah Alamu Using the Community of Inquiry (CoI) model to measure the impact of the incorporation a personal communication and collaboration tool, such as Google Wave, into an introductory biostatistics course.
Learn more about Josiah on Department of Public Health Faculty.
photo of Peter Boltuc To create and study the impact of non-credit bearing classes in Philosophy continuing education.
Learn more about Peter on Department of Philosophy Faculty.
Photograph of Mike Lane
Assessing the effectiveness and impact of the online offerings in the Educational Leadership department, including educational reform, assessment literacy, rural education, and online learning. Read more.
Learn more about Michael on Department of Educational Leadership Faculty.
Photo of Dan Matthews Application of the Community of Inquiry (COI) theoretical perspective to understand changes in course processes and outcomes following a Quality Matters review of the course.
Learn more about Dan on Department of Educational Leadership Faculty.
Photograph of Will Miller At this time I am interested in two areas. I have done some thinking and writing on “mode neutral” blended course delivery and its impact on student learning and course philosophy. Second, I would like to work in developing ways to evaluate the outcome of online education especially as it relates to education for public service.
Learn more about Will on Department of Public Administration Faculty.
Photo of Laurel Newman Examination of the role of organizational culture on the quality of online learning; investigating how adult students utilize adaptive strategies to manage the additional role of online student on top of existing work and family responsibilities; and evaluating the impact of completing an online degree on the career and life-course of an online student.
Learn more about Laurel on Department of Management Faculty.