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Associate Professor of Curriculum & Instruction

Posted By E-Ling Hsiao, Tuesday, November 8, 2016

The Department of Curriculum, Leadership, & Technology at Valdosta State University is seeking applicants for Associate Professor of Curriculum & Instruction. This is an academic, tenure-track faculty position. Deadline for application is December 12, 2016, and should be submitted at https://valdosta.peopleadmin.com/postings/12055. For more information contact Dr. James Pate, Department Head, via email jlpate@valdosta.edu or phone 229-333-5633.

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Webinar: 2016 Convention Highlights

Posted By Patrick Lowenthal, Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Below you can review the slides and the recording from the recent Research & Theory Webinar on highlights for the upcoming convention.

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Recording https://cc.readytalk.com/cc/playback/Playback.do?id=h2r4bz

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Please join the AECT Research and Theory Division in a free webinar

Posted By Ginger Watson, Wednesday, September 7, 2016
Updated: Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Research and Theory Division – 2016 Convention Highlights
Thursday, September 15, 2016, 12:00 Noon (EDT)
Register:  bit.ly/2016RTD

Presenter
Dr. Enilda Romero-Hall, President-Elect of the Research & Theory Division
Assistant Professor of Instructional Design & Technology, University of Tampa

Description
This webinar will provide an overview of the panel presentations, invited sessions, and all other sessions sponsored by the division during the AECT 2016 International Convention. During the webinar the RTD convention planner will also discuss the topics and schedule of the featured research papers.  Important events and meetings will be highlighted, this include luncheons, receptions, and dancing lessons. Door prizes (for the membership meeting) and raffle goodies (for the welcome reception) will also be discussed!

 

We hope you can join us!

 

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Start planning for which sessions you will attend at AECT 2016

Posted By Patrick Lowenthal, Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Dear Research & Theory Members,

Hope you already registered for the AECT 2016 convention and made travel plans for Vegas! You should also consider preparing your schedule for the conference by visiting the All Academic online program: http://convention2.allacademic.com/one/aect/aect16/

In order to help you identify some key presentations sponsored by the Research and Theory Division, we prepared a couple of documents with sessions you should consider including in your schedule for the conference:

Hope to see you in Las Vegas!

Enilda Romero-Hall

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We NEED Mentors for the AECT/NSF Early Career Symposium!!!!

Posted By Patrick Lowenthal, Tuesday, August 16, 2016

 

We need mentors for the AECT/NSF Early Career Symposium (http://www.aect.org/events/mentor/CareerSymposium.asp?clientid=  ). If you meet the following qualifications, please do consider joining us in this event.

  • associate professor
  • have experience with publication, funding, and/or mentoring junior faculty

If you are selected as a mentor for the symposium, you are expected to attend on Monday, October 17 (full day) and Tuesday, October 18 (morning) where you will mentor 2 mentees.  You are also asked to follow up with the mentees monthly for 5 months.  In exchanges, we cover the convention registration fee, two nights hotel, and a stipend.  If you are interested in being a mentor for this event, please contact Ginger Watson atGSWatson@odu.edu by September 2nd (Friday), 2016. Thank you~

E-Ling Hsiao

AECT RTD President
elinghsiao@gmail.com
ehsiao@valdosta.edu


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2016 RTD Award Recipients!

Posted By Patrick Lowenthal, Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Outstanding Book Award (1 recipient)

Presented to: George Veletsianos
Social Media in Academia: Networked Scholars


Outstanding Journal Article (2 recipients)
So Mi Kim and Michael Hannafin
"The effects of source representation and goal instructions on college students' information evaluation behavior change"   


Dean and Sybil McClusky Research Award (1 recipient)
Kyung Kim
“Visualizing Reading Comprehension: Understanding the Influence of Text Structure on Reader's Knowledge Structure"


Outstanding Research and Theory Division-Sponsored Accepted Proposal (2 recipients)
Andrea Lynn Halabi and Ana Paula Correia
“Understanding the use of tablet devices in the classroom when teaching learners diagnosed with autism”


Outstanding Service Award (3 recipients)
Jonathan McKeown, Wei Wang, and Fei Gao

AECT Young Researcher Award
No no recipient this year


Gavel for the Incoming RTD President
Enilda Romero-Hall

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Join R&T Division for Free Webinar -- Learning Analytics - Monday, June 6, Noon EDT

Posted By Ginger Watson, Thursday, May 26, 2016
Please join the Research & Theory Division for a Free Webinar
Holistic View on Learning Analytics
Monday, June 6, 12:00 Noon - Eastern
Register Here: bit.ly/AECTanalytics
Presenter   
Dirk Ifenthaler, Professor and Chair of Learning, Design and Technology at University of Mannheim, Germany


Description  

Learning analytics emphasize insights and responses to real‐time learning processes based on educational information from digital learning environments, administrative systems, and social platforms. However, are institutions, academics, students, and administrative staff prepared for learning analytics? Join the Research and Theory Division (RTD) in exploring the impact learning analytics can have in higher education.  This webinar will review  learning analytics with a benefits matrix covering: 

  • Essential institutional infrastructure 
  • The desired staff capabilities 
  • Approaches for automated semantic assessment 
  • Privacy Issues

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Applications for a Teaching Assistant Professor of Digital Learning & Teaching (DL&T)

Posted By Patrick Lowenthal, Monday, April 18, 2016

 

Greetings everyone,
We are very excited to invite applications for a Teaching Assistant Professor of Digital Learning & Teaching (DL&T) in the College of Education's Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences (TELS) at North Carolina State University. 
The position is 9-month, non-tenure track, and filled on a three-year contract with opportunity for renewal and for summer teaching. 
Screening of applications will begin immediately. If you are interested, I highly suggest you submit your application materials very quickly. If you have any questions, contact Dr. Deniz Eseryel (deserye@ncsu.edu), chair of the search. 
For more information on the positions and to apply please go to https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/66857  

The Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences offers bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees in several areas, including an online M.Ed. and M.S. degree in DL&T (http://go.ncsu.edu/dlt-masters), and an on-campus doctoral concentration in Learning, Design, and Technology (http://go.ncsu.edu/learning-design-technology-phd), to teachers and other educational professionals interested in designing, developing, and researching technology-enhanced learning environments. DL&T program faculty work closely with subject-area faculty in the Department (https://ced.ncsu.edu/tels/) and College (https://ced.ncsu.edu/). They also work with project teams and the Digital Transformation of Education (DTE) interdisciplinary faculty cluster (https://workthatmatters.ncsu.edu/digital-education/) situated in the College’s William & Ida Friday Institute for Educational Innovation (http://www.fi.ncsu.edu/).

Responsibilities
  • Teach a 3-3 load of existing online master’s courses from the Digital Learning & Teaching master’s curriculum, including topics such as: foundations of instructional technology; digital learning program and staff development; technology integration; virtual worlds and games; and mobile learning;
  • Develop new online master’s courses tied to program needs and candidate interests and specialties, and process course actions to update university course catalog;
  • Advise master’s students in Digital Learning & Teaching, chair M.S. thesis committees, supervise student practica and internships, and assist eligible students in applying for technology endorsements on teaching licenses;
  • Coordinate the master’s program in Digital Learning & Teaching: lead program recruitment efforts; maintain program Web site and social networks on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter; coordinate fall/spring application reviews; communicate program information to enrolled students via maintained email list; maintain student records and program assessment data and prepare program reports;
  • Propose and coordinate a new non-degree certificate program in Digital Learning & Teaching as a gateway to program entry;
  • Engage in scholarship within the Digital Learning & Teaching master’s program, collecting data from innovative projects or initiatives in program courses, and co-author publications with program faculty to further market the innovative nature of the award-winning program; and
  • Contribute to the overall departmental and college mission through teaching, scholarship, engagement/outreach/service, and administration
Required Qualifications
  • Doctorate in Instructional Technology or related field (required), with a demonstrated understanding of state and national-level technology standards (e.g., ISTE), and contemporary theories, models, and best practices of education and technology integrated in educational settings
  • Demonstrated ability to understand and model skills of effective digital instructional technologies within courses to help prospective digital leaders
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity, social justice, innovation, and collaboration in working with schools and university colleagues
  • Demonstrated commitment to working with students from underrepresented groups and diverse backgrounds
Preferred Qualifications
  • Experience designing, developing, and teaching distance courses
  • Experience with technology coaching and/or teaching with technology in K-12 schools
  • Established record of scholarly research and publication

For information on the positions and to apply please go to https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/66857  

For other inquiries, contact Dr. Deniz Eseryel (deserye@ncsu.edu), chair of the search. 

Screening of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled.

Kind regards, 

Deniz ESERYEL, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Digital Learning & Teaching
Digital Transformation of Education Chancellor's Faculty of Excellence Cluster
Senior Research Fellow, The Friday Institute for Educational Innovation
1890 Main Campus Dr | Campus Box 7249 | Raleigh, NC 27606
Phone (O): (919) 513-8587 | Fax: (919) 513-8599 | Email: deniz.eseryel@ncsu.edu
URL: http://deniz.eseryel.com

 

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Research and Theory Awards (May 15th deadline)

Posted By Patrick Lowenthal, Wednesday, April 6, 2016
Dear RTD members,

RTD has the following awards and also helps to manage the AECT Young Researcher Award. The due date for those awards is May 15. If you are interested in applying for any of it, please check the following links. Thanks.

RTD Awards:
https://goo.gl/ezqe5D

AECT Young Researcher Award
https://goo.gl/Oc4Brl

AECT RTD President
E-Ling Hsiao
ehsiao@valdosta.edu


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Outstanding Research and Theory Division-Sponsored Accepted Proposal

Posted By Patrick Lowenthal, Tuesday, April 5, 2016

The Research & Theory Division Board would like to congratulate Andrea Lynn Halabi and Dr. Ana Paula Correia! Their conference proposal submitted to the International Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) Research & Theory Division titled "Understanding the use of tablet devices in the classroom when teaching learners diagnosed with autism" has been selected as the "Outstanding Research and Theory Division-Sponsored Accepted Proposal.” The proposal was selected based on overall scores given by three reviewers and the comments supporting the significance of their research. Felicitaciones! Congrats!

Best regards,

Enilda Romero-Hall, Ph.D.
AECT RTD President-Elect


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