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2015


Outstanding Book Award

Mayer, R. E., (2014). Computer Games for Learning: An Evidence-Based Approach. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Outstanding Journal Article

Kim, M., Kim, S., Khera, O., & Getman, J. (2014). The experience of three flipped classrooms in an urban university: An exploration of design principles. The Internet and Higher Education, 22, 37-50.

Nova Southeast University AWARD for Outstanding Practice by a Graduate Student

JoAnne Dalton Scott, University of Tampa

Project Title: Principles of Learner Motivation

 

Hengtao Tang, The Pennsylvania State University

Project Title: MOOC – Technology Applications in Education

 

Outstanding Practice Award

Debbie Denise Reese and CyGaMEs Team

Wheeling Jesuit University

Robert M. Gagné Award for Outstanding Research by a Graduate Student

Manon Maitland Schladen, Nova Southeastern University

Dissertation Title: Formative Research on an Instructional Design Theory for Virtual Patients in Clinical Education: A Pressure Ulcer Prevention Clinical Reasoning Case. (Dissertation Chair: Martha M. Snyder).



2014


Outstanding Book Award

Gibbons A. (2014). An Architectural Approach to Instructional Design. New York, NY: Routledge

Merril, D. M. (2013). First Principles of Instructional Design: Identifying and Designing Effective, Efficient, and Engaging Instruction. San Francisco, CA:Pfeiffer

Outstanding Journal Article

Yusop, F., & Correria, A. P. (2013). On becoming a civic-minded instructional designer: An ethnogaphic study of an instructional design experience. British Journal of Educational Technology. Article first published online: 6 November. do 10.1111/bjet.12112

Nova Southeast University AWARD for Outstanding Practice by a Graduate Student

Eulho Jungi, Indiana University,

Instructional Design Project for Recreational Sport Administration- School of Public, Indiana University

 

Outstanding Practice Award

Pi-Sui Hsu, Northern Illinois University, Scientific Argumentation and Technology

Robert M. Gagné Award for Outstanding Research by a Graduate Student

Ronald L. Carr, Purdue University

Title of dissertation: Educational Standards, Teacher Preparation, and Metacognition Instruction for Elementary Students: Studies in Pre-College Engineering Education (Dissertation Chair: Johannes Strobel).



 

2013


Outstanding Book Award

Visser, L., Visser, Y. L., Amirault, R. J., & Simonson, M. (Eds.). (2012). Trends and issues in distance education: International perspectives (2nd ed.). Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.

Outstanding Journal Article

Tawfik, A. & Jonassen, D. (2013). The effects of successful versus failure-based cases on argumentation while solving decision-making problems. Educational Technology Research & Development, 61, 385-406 DOI 10.1007/s11423-012-9294-5

Nova Southeast University AWARD for Outstanding Practice by a Graduate Student

Ai-Chu Ding, Yin-Chan Liao, Fallon Stillman, Indiana University, PLN for Educators

Kenneth Hubbell, East Carolina University, Introducing Operating Leverage

Outstanding Practice Award

Min Liu, The University of Texas at Austin, The Alien Rescue Project

Robert M. Gagné Award for Outstanding Research by a Graduate Student

Sinem Aslan, Indiana University

Title of dissertation: The Coolest School in America”: A Study of Learner-Centered School and Educational Technology in the Information Age (Dissertation Chair: Charles M. Reigeluth).

Award for Outstanding Service to the Division

Deniz Eseryel, University of Oklahoma

D&D Logo Competition Award

Colin M. Gray, Indiana University

 

2012


Outstanding Book Award

Robert A. Reiser and John V. Dempsey: Trends and Issues in Instructional Design and Technology (3rd edition)

Outstanding Journal Article

Eseryel, D., Ge, X., Ifenthaler, D., & Law, V. (2011). Dynamic Modeling as a cognitive regulation scaffold for developing complex problem-solving in an educational massively multiplayer online game environment, Journal of Educational Computing Research, 45(3) 265-286

Nova Southeast University AWARD for Outstanding Practice by a Graduate Student

Sinem Aslan & Aaron Zachmeier Indiana University

Outstanding Practice Award

Christine Trinter, The University of Virginia, Project Parallax

Robert M. Gagné Award for Outstanding Research by a Graduate Student

Zahira Husseinali Merchant, Texas A&M University

Title of dissertation: The learner characteristics, features of desktop 3D virtual reality environments, and college chemistry instruction: A structural equation modeling analysis

Award for Outstanding Service to the Division

Brian Beatty, San Francisco State University

Colin M. Gray, Indiana University

 

2011


Outstanding Book Award

David Jonassen: Learning to Solve Problems: A Handbook for Designing Problem-Solving Learning Environments, Routledge 2010

Outstanding Journal Article

Jonassen, D.H., & Kim, B. (2010). Arguing to learn and learning to argue: Design justifications and guidelines. Educational Technology: Research & Development, 58 (4), 439-457.

Nova Southeast University AWARD for Outstanding Practice by a Graduate Student

Dabae Lee (Indiana University), with the project titled "WebQuest: Who Are the Digital Natives?”

Outstanding Practice Award

Debbie Denise Reese and CyGaMEs Team

Robert M. Gagné Award for Outstanding Research by a Graduate Student

Jeremy Ian Tutty

Title of dissertation: Effects of Collaboration Mode and Group Composition In Computer-Mediated Instruction (Arizona State University, Chair James Klein)

Award for Outstanding Service to the Division

Ikeson Choi, University of Georgia

Zahira Merchant, Texas A&M University

 

2010


Outstanding Book Award

Herrington, J., Reeves, T.C., and Oliver, R. (2010). A Guide to Authentic e-Learning. Routledge

Outstanding Journal Article

Richard E. West for West, R. E. (2009). What is shared? A framework for studying communities of innovation. Educational Technology, Research, & Development, 57(3). 315-332.

 

Nova Southeast University AWARD for Outstanding Practice by a Graduate Student

Elena Novak, Florida State University; SIMULATIONS4STATS

David Dannenberg, Virginia Tech; Second Life Space Design

 

Outstanding Practice Award

Einat Idan and the Centre for the Study of Learning and Performance Team: ABRACADABRA

Mable B. Kinzie, University of Virginia: MTP -- My Teaching Partner Mathematics Science

 

Robert M. Gagné Award for Outstanding Research by a Graduate Student

Ray Earl Martinez, University of Missouri, St. Louis; The use of a metacognitive tool in an online social supportive learning environment: An activity theory analysis

 

Award for Outstanding Service to the Division


 

2009


Outstanding Book Award

Reiser, R.A., & Dempsey, J.V. Trends and Issues in Instructional Design and Technology (2nd ed.). Pearson Education.

Outstanding Journal Article

Ertmer, P. (2006). Teacher pedagogical beliefs: The final frountier in our quest for technology integration? Educational Technology Research and Development, 53(4), 25-39.

 

Nova Southeast University AWARD for Outstanding Practice by a Graduate Student

 

 

Outstanding Practice Award

Lloyd Rieber, University of Georgia
Awarded for: In Search of Lost Wisdom

 

Robert M. Gagné Award for Outstanding Research by a Graduate Student


Award for Outstanding Service to the Division

Elizabeth Boling (Indiana University)

 

2008


Outstanding Book Award

Rita Richey and James Klein

Outstanding Journal Article

 

Roger Azevedo, Daniel C. Moos, Jeffrey A. Greene, Fielding I. Winters, Jennifer C. Croomley

 

Nova Southeast University AWARD for Outstanding Practice by a Graduate Student

 

 

 

Outstanding Practice Award

 

Debbie Denise Reese for CyGaMEs of Selene: A Lunar Construction GaME

 

Robert M. Gagné Award for Outstanding Research by a Graduate Student

Diane Rita Voss

Award for Outstanding Service to the Division

Amy Adcock

Monica W. Tracey

 

 


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