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Academic Partnerships Announces Spring 2016 Research Grant Recipients
The research conducted by the AP grantees will provide important data relating to student interaction (tools and strategies for increasing student-to-student interaction and/or student-to-faculty interaction; best practices for evaluating the quality and impact of student-to-student interaction and/or student-to-faculty interaction) and open educational resources (integrating open educational resources and learning technologies to increase student interaction; using open educational resources to facilitate self-guided learning and sharing among faculty and students).
Grants were awarded to the following individuals:
Dr. Dilani Perera-Deiltz – Assessing Students’ Readiness to Learn in Online Counselor Education at Lamar University
Dr. Elizabeth Long – Incorporation of an Electronic Database in an Online Advanced Pharmacology Course
Louisiana State University – Shreveport
Drs. Tami Knotts, Karen D. James and Felice A. Williams – Interactive Online Learning: The Next Frontier
The University of Texas aRio Grande Valley
Dr. Aziza Zemrani – Student Readiness for Online Education and Retention improvement
Dr. Paul Sale – An Evaluation of the Pedagogical Impact of Practice (ApprenNet)
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Drs. Lisa Broussard and Patrick Reed – RN to BSN Student Engagement in Online Courses: The Impact of Synchronous Teaching Methods
University of West Florida
Drs. Heather Donofrio and Melissa Brode – MBA Case Analysis Presentations: A Study on the Correlation between Instructor and Peer-
Reviewed Scores in Face-to-Face and Virtual Classes