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Faculty Presentations, Publications, and Achievements  

Note: The list below presents faculty presentations, publications, and achievements, but it is not an exhaustive list as it may not cover all that has been done in the past.

2012

Closson, R. & Kaye, S. (2012). Learning by doing: Preparation of Baha’I non-formal tutors. In P. Isaacs (Ed.) Adult Education in Religious Institutions, New Directions in Adult and Continuing Education (133), 45-58.

King, K. P. (In Press, 2012, April) International case study of transformative learning among women higher education leaders in Belize. International Forum on Teaching and Scholarship Journal (IFOTS)

King, K. P., Perez, L., Bryant, E., & Sterner, D. (In Press-2012). Proactive solutions for accessibility in higher education: Meeting governmental policy and legal demands through universal design. In B. Ran (Ed.). Contemporary perspectives on technological innovation, management and policy. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. [Doctoral students are coauthors].


King, K. P., & Partin, C. (In Press-2012). Innovation in professional learning. In B. Ran (Ed.). Contemporary perspectives on technological innovation, management and policy. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. [Doctoral students is coauthor].


King, K. P., & Thompson, G. (In Press-2012). Administration case study. In T. Cox (Ed.). ) Case studies and activities in higher education. Series: Higher education critical topics: 21st century perspectives for research and practice. (pp. xx) Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. [Graduate student co-author]


King, K. P., & Miro, R. (In Press-2012). Faculty grant development case study. In T. Cox (Ed.). ) Case studies and activities in higher education. Series: Higher education critical topics: 21st century perspectives for research and practice. (pp. xx) Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. [Graduate student co-author]


King, K. P., & Stewart, S. (In Press-2012). Transformative learning opportunities in virtual and online communities in higher education. In C. Boden, & S. Kippers, (Eds). Transformative learning in relationship. (pp. xx) Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.


King, K. P. (2012). Social networks as vital resources for adults’ learning. In G. Putnik & M. Manuela Cruz-Cunha, (Eds). Virtual and Networked Organizations Emergent Technologies and Tools: Communications in Computer and Information Science Series (ViNorg CCIS) 248. (pp. 357-366). Federal Republic of Germany: Springer-Verlag.


King, K. P. (2012). Social media as positive disruption in education, e-learning and b-learning. (Chapter 23). In M. Manuela Cruz-Cunha, P. Gonçalves, N. Lopes, E. M. Miranda, & G. Putnik (Eds). Business social networking: Organizational, managerial, and technological dimensions Vol. 1 (pp. 434-454). New York: IGI Publications. DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61350-168-9.ch023

Fletcher, E. (Accepted 2012). Business education university supervisors’ perspectives of mentor teachers’ competencies. Journal of Career and Technical Education.

Fletcher, E. (Accepted 2012). Business education university supervisors’ challenges in fulfilling their supervisory roles and responsibilities. Delta Pi Epsilon.

Fletcher, E. (in press). Predicting the influence of demographic differences and schooling experience in adolescence on occupational choice in adulthood. Career and Technical Education Research, 36(2).

Fletcher, E. (in press). Demographics, tracking, and expectations in adolescence as determinants of employment status in adulthood: A study of school-to-work transitions. Career and Technical Education

Research, 36(2).

Fletcher, E., Mountjoy, K., & Bailey, G. (in press). Determining the professional development needs of business education mentor teachers. Workforce Education Forum.

2011

Closson, R. & Rhodes, C. (2011). Reflections on a positively deviant course on race and racism. Reflective Practice, 12(4), 457-468.

Sterner, D. & James, W. (2011). [Review of the book Global Perspectives on Adult Education, by A.A. Abdi & D. Kapoor]. 284. doi: 10.1177/0741713611401722

Kim, D., & King, K. P. (2011, October). Implementing podcasts with ESOL teacher candidates’ preparation: Interpretations and implication. International Forum on Teaching and Scholarship Journal (IFOTS)


King, K. P. (2011, March). Teaching in an age of transformation: Understanding unique instructional technology choices which transformative learning affords. Educational Technology Magazine 51(2), 4-10.

King, K. P. (2011). Different but not less: Disability issues for women learners. In Miller, M., & King, K. P. (Eds). Our stories, ourselves: EmBodYment of women’s learning in literacy (pp. 207-222) Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.


King, K. P., & Miller, M. (2011). Introduction. In Miller, M., & King, K. P. (Eds). Our stories, ourselves: EmBodYment of women’s learning in literacy. (pp. xi-xx). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.


King, K. P. (2011). Digital media: Opportunities for voice and empowerment in adult learning. In C. X. V. Wang (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Information Communication Technologies and Adult Education Integration. (pp. 595-608). New York: IGI Information Science Reference.


King, K. P. (2011). History of distance learning. In C. X. V. Wang (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Information Communication Technologies and Adult Education Integration (pp. 53-63). New York: IGI Information Science Reference.


King, K. P. & Foley, J. F., III (2011). 21st Century learning opportunities for SME success. In M. Manuela Cruz-Cunha, & J. Varajão (Eds.), e-Business issues, challenges, and opportunities for small to medium-sized enterprises (SME). (pp. 56-86.) New York: IGI Information Science Reference. [Graduate student co-author]


Cox, T. & King, K. P. (2011). Using digital media in higher education: An adult learning perspective. In K. P. King, & T. Cox. (Eds.). The professor’s guide to taming technology: Leveraging digital media, Web 2.0 and more for learning. Series: Innovative perspectives of higher education: Research, theory and practice. (pp. 3-13) Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.


King, K. P. (2011). Preface: Bridging the gap. In K. P. King, & T. Cox. (Eds.). The professor’s guide to taming technology: Leveraging digital media, Web 2.0 and more for learning. Series: Innovative perspectives of higher education: Research, theory and practice. (pp. xi-xx). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.


King, K. P. & Cox, T. (2011). Video digital media – Development and design for learning opportunities. In K. P. King, & T. Cox. (Eds). The professor’s guide to taming technology: Leveraging digital media, Web 2.0 and more for learning. Series: Innovative perspectives of higher education: Research, theory and practice. (pp. 67-88). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.


King, K. P. (2011). Revelations of adaptive technology hiding in your operating system. In K. P. King, & T. Cox. (Eds.). The professor’s guide to taming technology: Leveraging digital media, Web 2.0 and more for learning. Series: Innovative perspectives of higher education: Research, theory and practice (pp. 183-200). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.


King, K. P. (2011). Podcasting: Global learning on demand. In K. P. King, & T. Cox. (Eds.). The professor’s guide to taming technology: Leveraging digital media, Web 2.0 and more for learning. Series: Innovative perspectives of higher education: Research, theory and practice. (pp. 33-50). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.


King, K. P. (2011). Critical learning with digital media: Voice, empowerment, and impact. In K. P. King, and T. Cox. (Eds.). The professor’s guide to taming technology: Leveraging digital media, Web 2.0 and more for learning. Series: Innovative perspectives of higher education: Research, theory and practice. (pp. xx- xxx) Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.


Sisson, K. & King, K. P. (2011). Teaching History using technology. In K. P. King, and T. Cox. (Eds.). The professor’s guide to taming technology: Leveraging digital media, Web 2.0 and more for learning. Series: Innovative perspectives of higher education: Research, theory and practice. (pp. 239-258). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.


King, K. P., & Cox, T. (2011). Action steps for continued faculty success in taming technology. In K. P. King, and T. Cox. (Eds.). The professor’s guide to taming technology: Leveraging digital media, Web 2.0 and more for learning. Series: Innovative perspectives of higher education: Research, theory and practice. (pp. 261-270). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.

Miller, M., & King, K. P. (Eds). (2011). Our stories, ourselves: EmBodYment of women’s learning in literacy Series: Adult education special topics: Theory, research and practice in lifelong learning. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.


King, K. P., & Cox, T. (Eds). (2011). The professor’s guide to taming technology: Leveraging digital media, Web 2.0 and more for learning. Series: Innovative perspectives of higher education: research, theory and practice. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Fletcher, E., Mountjoy, K., & Bailey, G. (2011). Exploring concerns of business student teachers. The Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, 53(1), 14-27.

Fletcher, E., Gies, M., & Hodge, S. (2011). Exploring persistence, challenges, and barriers of doctoral students. Multicultural Learning and Teaching, 6(1).

Fletcher, E., Mountjoy, K., & Bailey, G. (2011). Examining the level of content knowledge of recent business education graduates. Career and Technical Education Research, 36(1), 27-47.

2010

Henry, W., & Closson, R. (2010). White students at the historically Black university: Toward developing a critical consciousness. Multicultural Education, 17(2), 13-19.

Closson, R. (2010). Critical race theory and adult education. Adult Education Quarterly 60(3), 261-283.

Closson, R. & Stokes, C. (2010). Increasing adult learner engagement in E-learning courses through learner case writing. In Wang, V. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Information Communication Technologies and Adult Education Integration. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.


Closson, R. (2010). An exploration of Critical Race Theory. In V. Sheared, J. Johnson-Bailey, A.J. Colin III, E. Peterson, & S. D. Brookfield, (Eds.) Handbook of Race and Adult Education: A resource for dialogue on racism (pp.173-185) San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Henry, W. & Closson, R. (2010). Women faculty post-50 years of age in tenure earning positions: Opportunities and challenges. NASPA Journal About Women in Higher Education, 3(1), 236-260. doi:10.2202/1940-7882.104.

Hassan, A. M., Dellow, D. A., & Jackson, R. J. (2010). The AACC leadership competencies: Parallel views from the top. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 34(1), 180-198.

2009

Closson, R. (accepted, 2009). We came from “otherwhere”. In T. Guy, & L. Merriweather (Eds.) Lifting as we climb: Adult education in the Black experience.

Fletcher, E. & Zirkle, C. (2009). The relationship of high school curriculum tracks to degree attainment and occupational earnings. Career and Technical Education Research, 34(2) 81-102.

Hoare, O., & Dellow, D. A. (2009). The junior college system of Belize. In R. Raby, & E. Value (Eds.), Community College Models: Globalization and Higher Education Reform. London: Springer Publishers.

Romano, R.M., & Dellow, D.A. (2009). Technological change, globalization, and the community college. In R. M. Romano, & H. Kasper (Eds.), Occupational Outlook for Community College StudentsNew Directions for Community Colleges, 146 (Summer), 11-19. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.  

Rhodes, C., Guerere, C., Worsham, R., Stokes, C., Sterner, D., & James, W.B. (2009, November). Spring break in the archives. Presentation at the AAACE 58th Annual Adult Education Conference, Cleveland, Ohio.

Guerere, C., James, W.B., Rhodes, C., Stokes, C., Worsham, R., &
Sterner, D. (2009, November). Adventures in history part 1. Presentation at the AAACE 58th Annual Adult Education Conference, Cleveland, Ohio.

Kumi-Yeboah, A., & James, W.B. (2009, November). Adult education and prevention of HIV/AIDS in Ghana - West Africa. Presentation at the AAACE 58th Annual Adult Education Conference, Cleveland, Ohio.

James, W.B., Witte, J., & Galbraith, M. (2009, November). Social roles and Robert Havighurst: What does this have to do with adult education? Presentation at the AAACE 58th Annual Adult Education Conference, Cleveland, Ohio.

Jecky, M., Djajalaksana, Y.M., & Eison, J. A. (2009, November). Seven effective strategies for assessing and demonstrating impact of faculty development programs: From experience comes wisdom. Roundtable session at the 2009 American Association of Evaluation Conference, Orlando, Florida.

Eison, J. A., & Djajalaksana, Y.M. (2009, October). Maximizing learning with student debates: A synthesis of best practices. Presentation at the 34 th Annual POD Network Conference: Welcoming Change Generation and Regeneration, Houston, Texas.

Djajalaksana, Y.M., Eison, J. A., & Jecky, M. (2009, October). From experience comes wisdom: Motivating participation in faculty development programs. Presentation at the 34 th Annual POD Network Conference: Welcoming Change Generation and Regeneration, Houston, Texas.

Closson, R. & Mullins-Nelson, B. (2009).  Teaching social justice through community engagement. International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (http://www.georgiasouthern.edu/ijsotl). 3(1), 1-19.

Closson, R. & Kaye, S. (2009). Understanding the Baha’I Ruhi Institute: A global faith-based adult education process. Adult Learning18(1&2), 9-11.

 

2008

Closson, R. (2008).  Using problem based learning and case study in continuing education: A review of the literature. Journal of Continuing Higher Education, 56(2), 34-44.

Closson, R. (2008). An adult education practitioner in Africa: An opportunity for relearning.  Adult Learning, 16(1&2), 20-22.

Closson, R.& Henry, W. (2008). Racial and Ethnic Diversity at HBCUs: What can be learned when Whites are in the minority? Multicultural Education, 15(4), 15-19.

Closson, R. & Henry, W. (2008). Social Adjustment of Undergraduate White Students in the Minority on an Historically Black College Campus. Journal of College Student Development (JCSD) 49(6), 517-534.

Harrison, A. & Closson, R. B. (2008, November ). Developing a sense of possibility through literacy. Presented at the Adult and Continuing Education Conference (AAACE), Denver, Colorado, November 11-14, 2008.

Rapp, D. & Young, W. H.  (2008, November). Police as an emerging profession. Presented at the Adult and Continuing Education Conference (AAACE), Denver, Colorado, November 11-14, 2008.

Rhodes, C. M. & James, W. B. (2008, November). Managing the Multi-cultural Classroom. Roundtable discussion at the Adult and Continuing Education Conference (AAACE), Denver, Colorado, November 11-14, 2008.

Closson, R. B. & Stokes, C. (2008, November). Case Writing: Learning through constructed reflection on-line. Presented at the Adult and Continuing Education Conference (AAACE), Denver, Colorado, November 11-14, 2008.

Stokes, C. & Young, W. H. (2008, November). Examining the characteristics of HRD as a profession. Presented at the Adult and Continuing Education Conference (AAACE), Denver, Colorado, November 11-14, 2008.

Djajalaksana, Y.M. & Dellow, D. A. (2008, November). In search of leadership competencies for higher education leaders in the globalized society. Roundtable session at the Association for the Study of Higher Education Annual Conference (ASHE), Jacksonville, Florida, USA.

Dellow, D. A.& Djajalaksana, Y.M. (2008, October). Will a global economy require new leadership skills for higher education leadership? Presentation at the NAFSA: Association of International Educators Region VII Conference, Columbia, South Carolina, USA.

Djajalaksana, Y.M. & Eison, J.A. (2008, September). Engaging learners on day one: Using cooperative learning to teach the syllabus. Presentation at the Lilly Conference on College & University Teaching, Traverse City, Michigan, USA.

Eison, J. A., Djajalaksana, Y.M., & Jecky, M. (2008, June ). Improving college/ university teaching: Important lessons learned. Presented at the ICED 2008 Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Henry, W. & Closson, R. (2008, March).  When the majority is the minority: White student social adjustment on HBCU campuses.  Paper presented at the Amercan College Personnel Association Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Rodriguez, D. & Closson, R. (2008). Learning contract goes to work. In T. Chermack & J. Storborg-Walker (Eds.), Academy of Human Research Development International Research Conference Proceedings (1161-1666).

Closson, R. (2008) Adult Education in the Nigerian Context, Adult Learning (16.1&2).

McDaniel P. S. & Eison, J. (2008). Assessing student worries. In L. T. Benjamin Jr. (Ed.). Favorite activities for the teaching of psychology. Washington, DC: American Psychological Assoc.

Closson, R. (2007, June). The Majority as Minority: The social adjustment of White and African American Graduate Students at an HBCU.  In  Servage, L. & Fenwick, T. (Eds.), Adult Education Research Conference, vol 2 (pp.711-712).  Mt. St. Vincent University. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. 

Dellow, D.A. (2007). The Role of Globalization in Technical and Occupational Programs.  In New Directions for Community Colleges, No. 138, Summer 2007, San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass.

 

 

 

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