Evan H. Charles, Sara Incera, Matthew P. Winslow, and Jim Fatzinger
The Data Science Team in EKU’s Noel Studio offers students the opportunity to improve and accomplish specialized research tasks. By being part of the team students have hands-on experience on how to collect, analyze, and report data to solve real-world problems.
Design of Online Lecture Videos by Non-Native English Speaking (NNES) Instructors to Promote Critical Learning
Hung-Tao Chen, Megan Thomas, Thomas W. Morris, Jatana Boggs, and Katelyn McClure
The current study seeks to investigate the effects of instructor presence in online lecture videos, focusing on non-native-English-speaking (NNES) instructors. NNES instructors should consider higher video presence during teaching to promote students' learning outcomes.
Kathleen Mae Fischer, Tarin Thomas Williams, and David Hannigan
Students often struggle to adapt to their learning environment. More importantly they may not comprehend the techniques required for inter-professional relationships. Students in inter-professional situations need to adapt quickly. With reviewing and practicing different video presentation techniques students can model the skills required to adapt quickly with any learning experience.
Amanda W. Joyce
It is particularly important that instructors be responsive to student needs during times of stress. Early in the Fall 2020 semester, 107 students reported their characteristics, study habits, and preferences. The purpose of this session is to disseminate this information so that instructors can best meet their students’ needs.
Randall Joyce, Faris Sahawneh, and Brandon Dixon
Using technology tools during the COVID-19 pandemic has been critical to communicate with students. This manuscript explores how using Discord a gaming communication platform has been adopted by cybersecurity faculty to communicate in real time.
Your Eastern Progress: An Approach to Teaching Critical Reading, Media Literacy, and Campus Engagement
Tricia Fulks Kelley, Travis L. Martin, and Cindy Judd
“Your Eastern Progress” arc assignment, an EKU Quality Enhancement Program (QEP) sponsored project, taught students critical reading strategies, awareness about campus resources, and community engagement through partnering with the Eastern Progress (EP). The content promoted resilience by helping students confront issues most likely to impact their college success.
Katelyn McClure, Hung-Tao Chen, and Megan Thomas
The current study examines the effect of text genre on students' learning and level of persuasion. Findings from the current study have relevant implications for pedagogical practices in critical reading and learning.
Jennifer Miller and Julia Beren
An undergraduate nursing course was redesigned into Hybrid-Flex format in Fall 2020 to engage students and provide flexible attendance options due to COVID-19. Case studies were introduced asynchronously and then completed in groups during synchronous sessions to complement a flipped classroom. Students gave positive feedback on the format and engagement.
Thomas W. Morris and Hung-Tao Chen
Education technologies are increasingly using computer-generated speech to present information. The current study examines the influence of voice on student factors in an online audio lecture. The results indicate that voice influences both students' cognitive effort ratings and recall performance. Design implications of pedagogical materials in distance learning are discussed.
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