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Glaze-Crampes serves as panelist for Samford University event

Samford University’s Center for Science and Religion hosted a public discussion on the topic of Christianity, education and evolution on September 24. Georgia Southern University’s Amanda Glaze-Crampes, Ph.D., associate professor of education, was invited to serve as a panelist alongside Samford University’s Drew Hataway and University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Lee Meadows. Topics included teaching […]

Remote learning article by Hodges named magazine’s most-read in history, receives APEX award

Charles Hodges, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Leadership, Technology and Human Development, has received numerous accolades and attention from around the globe for an his remote learning article published in EDUCASE. The article, “The Difference Between Emergency Remote Teaching and Online Learning,” was published in EDUCASE Review on March 27, 2020, and was one […]

TechTrends named top 25% of Springer journals

Charles Hodges, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Leadership, Technology and Human Development, is in his seventh year as the editor-in-chief of TechTrends, a leading journal for professionals in the educational communication and technology field. Recently Spring Nature released data from yearlong research collected from journal authors providing feedback on their publishing experience and revealed […]

Harris guest lectures virtual class for Southwest China University

This summer, Kymberly Harris, Ph.D., associate professor of special education in the Department of Elementary and Special Education, was invited to guest lecture a course on teaching methods and assessment for the students at Southwest China University. Harris taught the course virtually in July discussing Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) as well as shared […]

Hodges publishes article providing framework for replication studies in EdTech

Charles Hodges, Ph.D., professor of instructional technology in the Department of Leadership, Technology and Human Development, co-authored an article in the journal Technology, Knowledge and Learning. The article, titled “A Framework for Classifying Replication Studies in Educational Technologies Research,” introduces a replication framework for classifying studies conducted in the area of educational technology as a […]

Akcaoglu selected to attend LASER Institute workshop

Mete Akcaoglu, Ph.D., associate professor of instructional technology in the Department of Leadership, Technology and Human Development, was selected to attend the Learning Analytics in STEM Education Research (LASER) Institute this summer. The Institute is a professional development program to help researchers understand and improve STEM learning through the use of new sources of data […]