Center Scholars Monographs


The work of CIPD's Center Scholars is published and available by clicking on the links to the publications below.

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