Presentations/Publications

Publications:

Graham, L. & Jones, A. (2105). Democratizing Higher Education Learning: A Case Study of Networked
Classroom Research. HETL Review (peer reviewed).

Graham, L. (2015). Simply Engaging and Utterly Consuming: #givercraft 2014. Michigan Virtual Learning Research Institute. Guest Blog. Available: http://www.mvlri.org/Blog/ID/77/Simply-Engaging-and-Utterly-Consuming-Givercraft-2014

Graham, L. & Fredenberg, V. (2015). The Impact of an Open Online Course on the Connectivist Behaviors of Alaska Teachers. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology (peer reviewed).

Graham, L., LeBonte, R., Roberts, V., O’Byrne, I,, & Osterhout, C. (2014). Open Learning in K-12 Online and Blended Environments. In Handbook of Research on K-12 Online and Blended Learning. Retrieved from: http://www.editlib.org/p/149393/ on January 27, 2014

Graham, L. & Thomas, L. (2011). Certification in Distance Learning for Online Instructors: Exploration of the Creation of an Organic Model for a Research-Based State Institution. Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, Retrieved from: http://www.westga.edu/~distance/ojdla/spring141/graham_thomas141.html (Peer Reviewed)

Graham, L., Armstrong, B. & Ballou, K. (2008). Expectation versus Reality: The impact of student expectation of didactic approach to learning on the participation of students in blended courses. In Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2008 (pp. 2368-2383). Chesapeake, VA: AACE. (Peer Reviewed)

Graham, L., Thomas, L. & Armstrong, B. (2007). Impact of the Semantic Structure of Initial Postings on the Quality of Online Course Discussion. In Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2007 (pp. 2526-2530). Chesapeake, VA: AACE. (Peer Reviewed) What’s New in Distance Learning. E-School News. December, 1998.

Reading Strategies: Authentic Learning through Technology. The Well-Connected Educator. November, 1997.

Presentations:

Upcoming:

April, 2015. Democratizing an On-line Classroom Research Course with Professional Learning Network Tools. AERA, Chicago.

Recent:

MinecraftEDU in Teaching. Second Life MOOC. Webinar. April 9, 2015.

Literacy in Blended and Online K-12 Environments. Canadian E-Learning Network (CanE Learn). Webinar. February 26, 2015.

Higher Education Teaching & Learning Scholarship of Learner Engagement. How Twitter can bring theWorld to your Class and make a World of Difference. Salt Lake City, January, 2015.

Livetext Conference. LiveText in a Connected Distributed Learning Environment.  Chicago. July 21, 2014.

International Higher Education in Teaching and Learning Conference: Innovating Learning Scapes, 2014: New Horizons in Digital Media in Higher Education with Ian Willis of the University of Liverpool. Anchorage, Alaska. June 1, 2014.

Print2Pixel Unconference. University of New Haven. Lessons Learned in #Gamifi-ED. May 2, 2014. ECampus Alberta. Games Based Learning in Higher Education. April 22, 2014.

Livetext Conference, Assessment in the MOOC. Chicago. July, 2013

Liverpool/Laureate Faculty Conference: Lessons from the #Diffimooc, Liverpool, July, 2013

AEYC Conference, Technology and Early Childhood Education: Finding Our Balance. Juneau AK, March 30, 2013

Lessons from the #diffiMOOC Alaska Society for Technology in Education, Anchorage AK, February, 2013.STREAM Institute, Alaska Society for Technology in Education. February, 2012.

Creating your PLN. Social Media for Education. Alaska Society for Technology in Education. February, 2012.

iPod Apps for Literacy on the Go. Alaska Literacy Conference, Juneau-Haines Reading Association. October, 2011, Juneau, AK.

Using Second Life in Business: Midwest Association of Management. October, 2010 (Regional: Invited)

Expectations vs. Reality: The impact of student expectation of the didactic on participation in the online aspect of a blended course, ED MEDIA, AACE, July 5, 2008, Vienna, Austria (International: peer reviewed)

Impact of the Semantic Structure of Initial Postings on the Quality of Online Course Discussion. ED MEDIA, AACE, June 30, 2007, Vancouver, Canada (International: peer reviewed)

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