Center Scholars Monographs


The following is a list of resources available through CIPD's electronic resources site in Pantherfile at UWM. These resources are available to the UWM community. To gain access to these selections, please click on the link below and enter your Panther EID and password in the pop-up window.

Models in Our Mist, 2002

  • Examining and Promoting Student Learning Through a Hybrid Course, Elizabeth Buchanan
  • Facilitating Adult Learning in Higher Education, Barbara J. Daley
  • Inquiry into Video Streaming, Lisa Dieker
  • SOTL & Reflections on Efforts to find Appropriate Technology and Pedagogy to Stimulate Student Participation in the Learning Process, Richard O. Malley
  • Using Technology to Enhance Learning and Understanding, Jude A. Rathburn

Learning More About Learning, 2003

  • An Examination of Students' Use of Evidence in Group Quiz Discussions, Renee A. Meyers
  • Serendipity and SOTL: An Ethnographic Narrative, Alan Aycock
  • Using Comparative Practice to Test the Veracity of Learning Theories Designed to Promote 'Deep Understanding, Kathryn M. Olson
  • Facilitating Adult Learning in Higher Education, Barbara J. Daley
  • Using Technology to Enhance Learning and Understanding, Jude A. Rathburn
  • Examining and Promoting Student Learning Through A Hybrid Course Environment, Elizabeth A. Buchanan

Learning More About Learning: In the Trading Zone, 2004

  • The Use of Audio versus Audio-Video Online Lectures in a Large Lecture Course, Kathryn Dindia
  • Comparisons of Video Lecture Formats in Online Communication Classes, C. Erik Timmerman
  • Alternative Faculty and Student Feedback Systems for Large Enrollment Courses, John (Jack) Johnson
  • Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Application in Atmospheric Science Teaching, Paul Roebber
  • Investigating the Effect of Internet Posted Lecture Notes on Student Note-taking in College Chemistry Courses, Thomas Holme

Making Learning Visible, 2005

  • Student Response to Instructor Feedback on Essay Drafts in First Year Composition Courses, Vicki Bott
  • Teaching Strategies to Facilitate Critical Thinking in Online Courses, Simone Conceicao
  • Student Understanding of Participation in Hybrid Courses, Carolyn Kelly Ottman
  • Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Applications: An Inquiry into Atmospheric Science Teaching, Paul J. Roebber
  • Comparisons of Video Lecture Formats in Online Communication Classes, C. Erik Timmerman

Learning in Context: The Diversity of SOTL Inquiry, 2006

  • Transitioning from High School to College: Role Expectations in Teaching and Learning, Laura Fingerson
  • Writing In a Foreign Language: What Teaching Approach Helps Non-Native Students Acquire Better Writing Skills?, Estrella Sotomayor
  • "I Don't Really Care": Student Perceptions of Service Learning in Professional Writing, Dave Clark
  • Preparing Science Students for Professions in Non-Formal Science: Teaching Science Majors Personal Interpretation Skills, Janie R. Besharse & Mary C. Gruhl
  • Shaping the Habits of Mind and the Hearts of Leaders Through Feminist Pedagogies, Audrey M. Dentith

From Speculation to Evidence: Examining Student Learning and Perceptions in General Education, 2006-07

  • Assessing Student Participation in a First-Year Composition Course with an Online Discussion Component, Kyla Moore
  • Assessing Gains in Cultural Competence after Completing the Course "Cultural Diversity in Health Care", Sarah W. Morgan
  • Assessing Student Learning and Perceptions in an Upper-level General Education Requirement Argumentation Course Based on Self-Evaluations of Communication Majors and Non-Majors, Kathryn M. Olson
  • Technological Literact in the 21st Century: Describing, Assessing, and Promoting Student Technological Literacy in a Second Semester Composition Course, Debra Siebert
  • Assessing Students' "Deeper Understanding" by Involvement in Online Discussions by Career Fields Intended and/or of Interest, Genevieve G. McBride

Making an Impact on Student Learning: Teaching and Assessing with Purpose, 2007

  • Reflections on a Large-Lecture, Introductory Meteorology Course: Goals, Assessment and Opportunities for Improvement, Jonathan D. W. Kahl
  • Comparing Modes of Instruction: The Relative Efficacy of On-Line and In-Person Teaching for Student Learning, Kathleen Dolan
  • Promoting Higher-Order Learning in the Large Lecture, General Education Classroom, Andrew J. Petto
  • Connection Assessment, Aesthetics, and Meaning-Making in a General Education University Theatre Course, Robin Mello