Impact Dashboard

The Doceo Center for Innovation + Learning seeks to improve K12 teaching and learning with technology in a variety of ways. This page provides a dynamic, pictographic overview of our efforts.

Professional Development

Following each professional development session with K-12 teachers and university faculty, we distribute surveys to ascertain the session's effectiveness and value. The graphs below indicate current cumulative averages of evaluations in which 4 = "I agree" and 5 = "I strongly agree".

Evaluations

ValuePracticalityCritical Thinking
This session was a good use of my time.This session was of practical value to me in the classroom.This session helped me to think critically about how I incorporate technology into my teaching.

Sessions

= 398

Participants

= 7801

Presentations

Partner Schools

= 193

Research Studies

Website Visits

Publications

  1. Kimmons, R. (accepted). Expansive openness in teacher practice. Teachers College Record, 119(1).
  2. Hall, C. & Raidl, M. (2015). The e-Potato: a multidiciplinary and multimedia youth online program. In Proceedings of E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2015 (pp. 587-592). Chesapeake, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).
  3. Raidl, M. & Hall, C. (2015). Using the potato to develop an interdisciplinary and interactive online youth education program. In proceedings of E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2015 (pp. 144-148). Chesapeake, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).
  4. Kimmons, R., Miller, B., Amador, J., Desjardins, C., & Hall, C. (2015). Technology integration coursework and finding meaning in pre-service teachers' reflective practice. Educational Technology Research and Development, 63(6), 809-829.
  5. Kimmons, R. (2015). Open online system adoption in K-12 as a democratizing factor.Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning, 30(2), 138-151.
  6. Kimmons, R. (2015). OER quality and adaptation in K-12: Comparing teacher evaluations of copyright-restricted, open, and open/adapted textbooks. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 16(5).
  7. Kimmons, R. (2015). Online system adoption and k-12 academic outcomes. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 31(4), 378-391.
  8. Kimmons, R., & Veletsianos, G. (2015). Teacher professionalization in the age of social networking sites. Learning, Media and Technology, 40(4), 480-501.
  9. Kimmons, R., & Hall, C. (in press). Emerging technology integration models. In G. Veletsianos (Ed.), Emerging Technologies in Distance Education (2nd Ed.). Athabasca University Press.
  10. Amador, J., Kimmons, R., Miller, B., Desjardins, C. D., Hall, C. (2015). Preparing preservice teachers to become self-reflective of their technology integration practices. In M. L. Niess & H. Gillow-Wiles (Eds.), Handbook on Research on Teacher Education in the Digital Age (pp. 81-107). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. 
  11. Hall, C. (2015). Doceo Center supports technology at Potlatch High. Envision Magazine (University of Idaho College of Education), 18.
  12. Kimmons, R. (2015). Games and transformational play. In M. Spector (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Educational Technology, 302-304.
  13. Kimmons, R. (2015). Examining TPACK's theoretical future. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 23(1), 53-77.
  14. Kimmons, R. (2015). Emergent forms of technology-influenced scholarship. In M. Khosrow-Pour (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Third Edition (pp.2481-2488). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
  15. Kimmons, R. (2014). 2013-14 Report: Guiding Technology Integration in the State of Idaho. Moscow, ID: Doceo Center for Innovation + Learning, University of Idaho.
  16. Kimmons, R. (2014). K-12 Web Systems: A Descriptive Web-Crawling Report on Idaho Schools. Moscow, ID: Doceo Center for Innovation + Learning, University of Idaho.
  17. Kimmons, R., & Veletsianos, G. (2014). The fragmented educator 2.0: Social networking sites, acceptable identity fragments, and the identity constellation. Computers & Education, 72, 292-301.
  18. Kimmons, R. (2014). Developing open education literacies with practicing K-12 teachers. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 15(6).
  19. Kimmons, R. (2014). Social networking sites, literacy, adn the authentic identitiy problemTechTrends, 58(2), 93-98.
  20. Liu, M., Horton, L., Kang, J., Kimmons, R. & Lee, J. (2014). Making learning fun through a ludic simulation. In T. J. Bastiaens & G. Marks (Eds.), Education and Information Technology Annual – 2014: A Selection of AACE Award Papers. AACE.
  21. Haruch, A. & Kimmons, R. (2014). Teaching with Technology: A Report on Efforts with University of Idaho Faculty. Moscow, ID: Doceo Center for Innovation + Learning, University of Idaho.
  22. Kimmons, R. (2013). 1-to-1 Evidence: Evaluation Guidelines for Schools, Districts, & Leaders. Moscow, ID: Doceo Center for Innovation + Learning, University of Idaho.
  23. Liu, M., Horton, L., Kang, J., Kimmons, R. & Lee, J. (2013). Making learning fun through a ludic simulation. In J. Herrington et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2013 (p. 2535). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
  24. Veletsianos, G., and Kimmons, R. (2013). Scholars and faculty members’ lived experiences in online social networking systems. The Internet and Higher Education, 16, 43-50.
  25. Veletsianos, G., Kimmons, R., & French, K. (2013). Instructor experiences with a social networking site in a higher education setting: Expectations, frustrations, appropriation, and compartmentalization. Educational Technology Research & Development, 61(2), 255-278.
  26. Liu, M., Horton, L., Kang, J., Kimmons, R., & Lee, J. (2013). Using a ludic simulation to make learning of middle school space science fun. International Journal of Gaming and Computer-Mediated Simulations, 5(1), 66-86.

Future Publications

  • Kimmons, R., & Hall, C. (under review). Understanding teacher technology integration beliefs and values within authentic institutional settings.
  • Kimmons, R., Clark, B., & Lim, M. (under review). Understanding web activity patterns among teachers, K-12 students, and teacher candidates.
  • Kimmons, R., Darragh, J., Haruch, A., & Clark, B. (revising). Essay composition across media: A quantitative comparison of 8th grade student essays composed with paper vs. Chromebooks.
  • Kimmons, R., & Veletsianos, G. (under review). Teacher candidates and social network intimacy.
  • Veletsianos, G., & Kimmons, R. (under review). Education scholars on Twitter.

Conference Presentations

  1. Hall, C. (2017). The Power of Chrome. Presented at IETA (Idaho Education Technology Association), Boise, ID. 
  2. Hall, C. (2017). Open your eyes to open education resources.  Presented at IETA (Idaho Education Technology Association), Boise, ID.
  3. Hall, C. (2017). Technology Tools for Administrators. Presented at IETA (Idaho Education Technology Association), Boise, ID. 
  4. Hall, C. (2016). Validating technology integration through the Danielson Framework. Presented at iSTEM Summer Institute, College of Western Idaho, Nampa, ID, and Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID.
  5. Hall, C. (2016). Technologies to support gifted and talented from a UDL perspective. Presented at EduFest, Boise State University, Boise, ID.
  6. Hall, C. (2016). Tools for successful technology integration in the K-12 classroom. Presented at Idaho Association of School Administrators (IASA), Boise, ID.
  7. Raidl, M., & Hall, C. Using the potato to develop an interdisciplinary and interactive online youth education program. Presented at University of Idaho Malcolm M. Renfrew Interdisciplinary Colloquium, Moscow, ID.
  8. Hall, C. (2016). Applying tech use in the classroom to the Danielson Framework. Presented at Tech Kickoff Conference, Coeur d'Alene, ID.
  9. Hall, C. (2016). YouTube as a teaching tool. Presented at Tech Kickoff Conference, Coeur d'Alene, ID.
  10. Hall, C. (2016). Google Forms for data collection. Presented at Tech Kickoff Conference, Coeur d'Alene, ID.
  11. Hall, C. (2016). Innovating across the curriculum with Google Maps. Google Transform '16, Moscow, ID, and Google Transform Idaho Falls, Idaho Falls, ID.
  12. Hall, C. (2016). Increasing productivity with Chrome extensions & apps. Google Transform '16, Moscow, ID, and Google Transform Idaho Falls, Idaho Falls, ID.
  13. Kay, R. (2016). Google forms in action. Google Transform '16,  Moscow, ID, and Google Transform Idaho Falls, Idaho Falls, ID.
  14. Collins, P. (2016). Great beginnings in Google Drive. Transform '16,  Moscow, ID, and Google Transform Idaho Falls, Idaho Falls, ID.
  15. Weesner, J. (2016). Google Add-ons: Taking Google to the next level. Transform '16,  Moscow, ID, and Google Transform Idaho Falls, Idaho Falls, ID.
  16. Hall, R. (2016). Google VR: An Intro to the Possibilities of Virtual Reality in the classroom. Transform '16,  Moscow, ID, and Google Transform Idaho Falls, Idaho Falls, ID.
  17. Gregory, T. (2016). Using Google Draw in the classroom. Transform '16,  Moscow, ID, and Google Transform Idaho Falls, Idaho Falls, ID.
  18. Gorton, M. (2016). Google Tools: Google forms and auto-grading. Transform '16,  Moscow, ID, and Google Transform Idaho Falls, Idaho Falls, ID.
  19. Hall, R. (2016). Google VR: An Intro to the Possibilities of Virtual Reality in the Classroom. Transform '16,  Moscow, ID, and Google Transform Idaho Falls, Idaho Falls, ID.
  20. Johnson, J. (2016). Making google tools work for you. Transform '16,  Moscow, ID, and Google Transform Idaho Falls, Idaho Falls, ID.
  21. Bardwell, D. (2016). Apps in action using google chrome. Transform '16,  Moscow, ID, and Google Transform Idaho Falls, Idaho Falls, ID.
  22. Hall, R. (2016). Google VR: An overview of what is coming down the road from google's virtual reality projects and a deeper look at google expeditions. Transform '16,  Moscow, ID, and Google Transform Idaho Falls, Idaho Falls, ID.
  23. Heath, H. (2016). Blend with google: How google tools support blended models. Transform '16,  Moscow, ID, and Google Transform Idaho Falls, Idaho Falls, ID.
  24. Gregory, T. (2016). Using Powtoons to amp up student presentations. Transform '16,  Moscow, ID, and Google Transform Idaho Falls, Idaho Falls, ID.
  25. Weesner, J. (2016). Progress monitoring with google. Transform '16,  Moscow, ID, and Google Transform Idaho Falls, Idaho Falls, ID.
  26. Hall, R. (2016). Google VR: An overview of what is coming down the road from google's virtual reality project's and a deeper look at google expeditions. Transform '16,  Moscow, ID, and Google Transform Idaho Falls, Idaho Falls, ID.
  27. Hall, C. (2016). Open education resources. Presented at the Idaho Library Association Conference, Moscow, ID.
  28. Hall, C., Raidl, M., & Lanting, R. (2016). The e-Potato: A multidiciplinary and multimedia.  Presented at University of Idaho Extension Annual Conference, Moscow, ID.
  29. Hall, C. (2016). Faculty device workgroups: A pilot for supporting faculty tech integration. Presented at Washington State Higher Education Technology "Building Bridges" Conference (WSHETC), Spokane, WA.
  30. Weesner, J. (2016). New Google Forms & Add-ons for Student Assessment (and more!). Presented at Northwest Council for Computer Education 2016 (NCCE), Seattle, WA.
  31. Hall, C., & Weesner, J. (2016). Tools to support literacy. Presented at the Idaho Assistive Technology Project's Tools for Life Conference, Moscow, ID.
  32. Hall, C. & Carter, T. (2015). Blended learning with open education resources to support rural Idaho schools. Presented at OpenEd15, Vancouver, BC.
  33. Kimmons, R. (2015). Expansive openness in K-12 teacher practice. Presented at OpenEd 15, Vancouver, BC. 
  34. Kimmons, R. (2015). Expansive Openess: Why reducing cost is not enough for realizing the full benefits of OER. Presented at Openness, Digital Learning & Networked Scholarship Symposium 2015, Royal Roads University, Victoria, BC.
  35. Kimmons, R., Hall, C. (2015). Theories that work: Pre-service and practicing teacher evaluations of technology integration models. Presented at the Associations for Educational Communications and Technology International Convention (AECT), Indianapolis, IN.
  36. Kimmons, R., Clark, B., & Lim, M. (2015). Which one is the “Digital Native?” Understanding student and teacher web usage patterns. Presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology International Convention (AECT), Indianapolis, IN.*
  37. Hall, C. (2015). Connecting to nature through technology. Presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology International Convention (AECT), Indianapolis, IN.*
  38. Kimmons, R. and Hall, C. (2015). Theories that work: pre-service and practicing teacher evaluations of technology integration models. Presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology International Convention (AECT), Indianapolis, IN.*
  39. Hall, C. & Raidl, M. (2015). The e-Potato: A multidisciplinary and multimedia youth online program. Presented at the E-Learn World Conference organized by the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), Kona, HI.*
  40. Raidl, M. & Hall, C. (2015). Using the potato to develop an interdisciplinary and interactive online youth education program. Presented at the E-Learn World Conference organized by the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), Kona, HI.*
  41. Hall, C. (2015). What's driving technology integration in K-12? Keynote presented at Middleton School District Tech-tober Fest, Middleton, ID.
  42. Hall, C. & Weesner, J. (2015). Google hidden tools. Presented at Middleton School District Tech-tober Fest, Middleton, ID.
  43. Hall, C. & Weesner, J. (2015). Open education resources. Presented at Middleton School District Tech-tober Fest, Middleton, ID.
  44. Weesner, J. & Hall, C. (2015). Tech tools to support literacy in the classroom. Presented at Middleton School District Tech-tober Fest, Middleton, ID.
  45. Weesner, J. & Hall, C. (2015). Supporting video in the classroom. Presented at Middleton School District Tech-tober Fest, Middleton, ID.
  46. Hall, C. & Weesner, J. (2015). Tech tools to support literacy. To be presented at Coeur d'Alene Technology Kickoff Conference, Coeur d'Alene, ID.
  47. Weesner, J. & Hall, C. (2015). YouTube and other video sources as teaching tools. To be presented at Coeur d'Alene Technology Kickoff Conference, Coeur d'Alene, ID.
  48. Weesner, J. & Hall, C. (2015). Alternative tech tools for collaboration and formative assessment. To be presented at Coeur d'Alene Technology Kickoff Conference, Coeur d'Alene, ID.
  49. Weesner, J. & Hall, C. (2015). Tech tools for supporting literacy across the curriculum. Presented at West Ada School District 2015 Tech Expo, Nampa, ID.
  50. Hall, C. (2015). Hidden tools in Google search and Google apps. Presented at West Ada School District 2015 Tech Expo, Nampa, ID.
  51. Hall, C. (2015). Google chrome extensions to support teaching and learning. Presented at West Ada School District 2015 Tech Expo, Nampa, ID.
  52. Hall, C. (2015). Google forms and add-ons for student assessment. Presented at West Ada School District 2015 Tech Expo, Nampa, ID.
  53. Hall, C. (2015). Tools for successful technology integration in the K-12 classroom. Presented at Idaho Association of School Administrators Conference (IASA), Boise, ID.
  54. Hall, C. (2015). The power of seeing in STEM and resources to support STEM subjects. Presented at Treasure Valley iSTEM, Nampa, ID.
  55. Hall, C. (2015). Tech GEARS framework and professional development to support technology integration in Idaho K-12 schools. Presented at UI-Micron 2015 Idaho STEM Innovations Conference, Boise, ID.
  56. Todd, J., Hall, C., & Gardner, K. (2015). Collaborative classroom presentation and panel. Presented at UBTech 2015, Orlando, FL.  
  57. Hall, C., Clark, B., Bird, R., & Weesner, J. (2015). Transforming practice in an active learning classroom. Presented at UBTech 2015, Orlando, FL.
  58. Ferguson, M. (2015). Google classroom: teaching through technology. Presented at Google Tools for Transformational Change, Boise, ID.
  59. Hall, R. (2015). History and literature tours with Google Earth. Presented at Google Tools for Transformational Change, Boise, ID.
  60. Hall, C. (2015). Google doodles and a Google a day. Presented at Google Tools for Transformational Change, Boise, ID.
  61. Haire, J. & Shea, J. (2015). Ten characteristics of highly performing schools. Presented at Google Tools for Transformational Change, Boise, ID.
  62. Kimmons, R. (2015). Our open world of open educational resources. Presented at Google Tools for Transformational Change, Boise, ID.
  63. Wilson, C. (2015). Google docs: collaborative writing in the classroom. Presented at Google Tools for Transformational Change, Boise, ID.
  64. Hall, C. (2015). Online assessments & surveys with Forms. Presented at Google Tools for Transformational Change, Boise, ID.
  65. Graupmann, K. (2015). Collaborative learning and critical thinking with Sites. Presented at Google Tools for Transformational Change, Boise, ID.
  66. Kimmons, R. (2015). Becoming a search ninja. Presented at Google Tools for Transformational Change, Boise, ID.
  67. Gregory, T. (2015). Collaborative art with Draw. Presented at Google Tools for Transformational Change, Boise, ID.
  68. Hall, C. (2015). Add-ons & extensions. Presented at Google Tools for Transformational Change, Boise, ID.
  69. Collins, P. (2015). Collaborative research and presentation with Slides. Presented at Google Tools for Transformational Change, Boise, ID.
  70. Kimmons, R. (2015). Empowering teacher collaborationg with drive. Presented at Google Tools for Transformational Change, Boise, ID.
  71. Hall, R. (2015). Geography across the curriculum with geo tools. Presented at Google Tools for Transformational Change, Boise, ID.
  72. Hall, C. (2015). Chromebooks, Google security, & hidden tools to guide searching. Presented at Google Tools for Transformational Change, Boise, ID.
  73. Bardwell, D. (2015). Improving accessibility with add-ons & extensions. Presented at Google Tools for Transformational Change, Boise, ID.
  74. Kellerer, E., Kimmons, R., Hall, C., Russell, G., & Ackley, A. (2015). The great, the less great, and the not-so-great of school-wide technology integration. Presented at Northwest Council for Computer Education (NCCE), Portland, OR.
  75. Haruch, A., Kimmons, R., Clark, B., & Hall, C. (2015, March). Hacking cost barriers to technology integration. Presented at Northwest Council for Computer Education (NCCE), Portland, OR.
  76. Haruch, A., Hall, C., Clark, B., & Kimmons, R. (2015, March). Potential benefits and implications of active learning classrooms. Presented at Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITTE), Las Vegas, NV.
  77. Hall, C. Impacts on delivery and learning in an active learning classroom (2015, March).  Presented at Washington State Higher Education Technology "Building Bridges" Conference (WSHETC), Spokane, WA.
  78. Hall, C. Instructional and assistive tech resources to support learning (2015, March).  Presented at the Idaho Assistive Technology Project's Tools for Life Conference, Moscow, ID.
  79. Hall, C., Kimmons, R., & Mantle-Bromley, C. (2014). Evaluating technology integration models for teacher education, research, and practice. Presented at the Oxford Education Research Symposium 2014, Oxford, UK.
  80. Hollingshead, A. (2014). Examining the effectiveness of technology-based intervention in an Earth Science class on student engagement and products of learning. Presented at International Conference on Autism, Intellectual Disability & Developmental Disabilities, Clearwater Beach, FL.
  81. Tenuto, P. & Gardiner, M. (2014). School-university relationships make a difference: Leading an inclusive process for implementing Common Core State Standards. Presented at University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) Convention, Washington D.C.
  82. Tenuto, P. & Gardiner, M. (2014). Leading teaching through technology in the implementation of Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Presented at National Network for Educational Renewal (NNER) Annual Conference 2014, Cincinnati, OH.
  83. Kimmons, R., Haruch, A., Hall, C., & Clark, B. (2014). A grassroots approach to supporting OER literacy development with rural teachers. Presented at the Annual Open Education Conference (OpenEd) 2014, Washington, D.C.
  84. Kimmons, R. (2014). K-12 web crawling: A novel approach to understanding statewide patterns of adoption. Presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology International Convention (AECT) 2014, Jacksonville, FL.*
  85. Kimmons, R. (2014). Collection and analysis of web browser history and bookmark data for supporting innovative research. Presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology International Convention (AECT) 2014, Jacksonville, FL.*
  86. Hall, C., Clark, B., Kimmons, R., & Haruch, A. (2014). Viewing the student perspective through Google Glass. Presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology International Convention (AECT) 2014, Jacksonville, FL.*
  87. Haruch, A. (2014). Whose body?: An analysis of MOOCs, metaphor, and embodiment in course design. Presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology International Convention (AECT) 2014, Jacksonville, FL.*
  88. Veletsianos, G., Gruzd, A., Kimmons, R., Greenhow, C., & Stewart, B. (2014). Networked participatory scholarship: Empirical perspectives on scholars use of social media. Presented at Social Media & Society (SM&S) 2014, Toronto, CA.
  89. Hall, C. (2014). My journey with technology. Presented at K12 Online Conference 2014, http://k12onlineconference.org/.
  90. Hall, C. (2014). Wearable technologies for mentoring. Presented at The Consortium of College and University Media Centers (CCUMC) 2014, Portland, OR.
  91. Hall, C. (2014). Instructional technology and the common core. Presented at the Idaho Council for Exceptional Children Annual Conference (CEC) 2014, Boise, ID.
  92. Kimmons, R., Clark, B., & Hall, C. (2014). Design and development of an innovative learning space for improved pedagogy in higher education. Presented at University Business National Summit on Technology & Leadership in Higher Education (UBTech) 2014, Las Vegas, NV.
  93. Haruch, A. (2014). Challenges of innovative initiatives within the university structure. Presented at University Business National Summit on Technology & Leadership in Higher Education (UBTech) 2014, Las Vegas, NV.
  94. Kimmons, R. & Mantle-Bromley, C. (2014). Exploring the unique and disruptive case of licensure requirements for technology competency. Presented at annual conference of National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification (NASDTEC) 2014, Kansas City, MO.
  95. Hall, C., Clark, B., & Haruch, A. (2014). Google Glass for teacher mentoring. Presented at Northwest Association of Teacher Educators (NWATE) Conference 2014, Pullman, WA.
  96. Kimmons, R. & Veletsianos, G. (2014). The fragmented educator: Social networking sites and acceptable identity fragments. Presented at annual conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2014, Philadelphia, PA.
  97. Hall, C. (2014). Tech tools for digging deeper & writing about texts. Presented at Common Core Literacy: Growing Confident Readers and Writers (NIWP) 2014, Spokane, WA.
  98. Hall, C. & Kimmons, R. (2014). Google apps and accessibility. Presented at Idaho Google Apps for Education Festival - North (iGAFE) 2014, Post Falls, ID.
  99. Haruch, A., Clark, B., Kimmons, R., & Hall, C. (2014). Introduction to Google hardware: Chromebooks, Chromecasts, and Glass. Presented at Idaho Google Apps for Education Festival - North (iGAFE) 2014, Post Falls, ID.
  100. Haruch, A. (2014). Using technology to improve student learning: Benefits of blogging for ESL students. Presented at annual Palouse Foreign and Second Language Symposium 2014, Moscow, ID.
  101. Haruch, A. (2014). Using technology to improve student learning: Google Drive, not just a word processor. Presented at annual Palouse Foreign and Second Language Symposium 2014, Moscow, ID.
  102. Hall, C., Clark, B., & Haruch, A., (2014). Chromebook utilization for collaborative learning experiences beyond the classroom. Presented at Washington State University's International Globalization, Diversity and Education Conference 2014, Airway Heights, WA.
  103. Veletsianos, G., Kimmons, R., & French, K. (2013). Instructor experiences with a social networking site in a formal education setting: Expectations, frustrations, appropriation, and compartmentalization. Presented at American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting (AERA) 2013, San Francisco, CA.
  104. Kimmons, R. & Veletsianos, G. (2013). Teacher professionalization in the age of social networking sites. Presented at annual conference of Association for Educational Communications and Technology International (AECT) 2013, Anaheim, CA.*

* designates peer-reviewed conference

Media Coverage

  1. Hoff, J. (June 2015). Using technology in the classroom. Electrical Apparatus.
  2. Horowitz, E. (June 1, 2015). Do learning management systems actually improve K-12 outcomes? EdSurge. Retrieved from https://www.edsurge.com/n/2015-06-01-do-learning-management-systems-actually-improve-k-12-outcomes.
  3. Madison, M. (October 21, 2014). Teaching the teacher. Sound & Communications. Retrieved from http://www.soundandcommunications.com/teaching-teacher
  4. Schaffhauser, D. (July, 9, 2014). 5 Lessons from a Learning Lab. THE Journal. Retrieved from http://thejournal.com/articles/2014/07/09/5-lessons-from-a-learning-lab.aspx
  5. Roberts, T. (2014). Doceo Center: Teaching for the future. Envision, pp. 6-11. Retrieved from http://www.uidaho.edu/ed/news-and-information/current-envision-magazine.
  6. Browning, S. (April 12, 2014). Where the future of technology meets the future of education. Moscow-Pullman Daily News. Retrieved from http://dnews.com/local/article_f4c7c31c-8327-5da9-85f9-3b5396dbb83d.html.
  7. Roberts, T. (April 2014). New Doceo Center seeks to help teachers explore, evaluate technology. University of Idaho Featured Research. Retrieved from http://www.uidaho.edu/research/featuredresearch/featured-stories/teaching-for-the-future.
  8. Dubrovin, R. (April 7, 2014). Doceo Center for Innovation and Learning will instruct teachers how to use technology. KLEWTV. Retrieved from http://www.klewtv.com/news/local/Doceo-Center-for-Innovation-and-Learning-254206651.html.
  9. Bohachek, A. (February 21, 2014). Chromebook grant helps teachers, kids. Bonners Ferry Herald. Retrieved from http://www.bonnersferryherald.com/article_88dbd1f2-9a75-11e3-a26f-0019bb2963f4.html.
  10. Browning, S. (January 14, 2014). Moscow Charter School receives 60 Chromebooks from University of Idaho. Moscow-Pullman Daily News. Retrieved from http://dnews.com/local/article_f7bbf58f-f69a-5b40-aeaf-3a5b23163a62.html.