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Minnesota State University, Mankato
Minnesota State University, Mankato

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Journal Articles and Book Chapters


  1. "Student and Faculty Perceptions of Telepresence Courses" published in EduCAUSE Review
  2. "Predictions of trends in higher education for river management professionals" published in The River Management Society Journal
  3. "Developing an early-alert system to promote student visits to tutor center" published in The Learning Assistance Review
  4. "Using student feedback to revise a flipped Operations Management course" published in Business Education Innovation Journal
  5. "Keeping it in the field: Evaluative outcomes of distance pedagogies in recreation resource management studies" accepted in Blackstock, Alan, and Nathan Straight, eds. Connected Classrooms: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Distance Teaching. Routledge Research in Education Series. New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis.
  6. "Teaching Touch Sensing Technologies Using ARM Cortex-M4 Microcontrollers" submitted to Computers in Education Journal
  7. "Delivering the real world in distance classrooms: Evaluation framework for applied class activities and experiential learning environments" submitted to Journal of Experiential Education
  8. "Preparing students/pre-professionals to be competent supervisors" submitted to Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance
  9. "Using the theory of planned behavior to assess and predict faculty use of an e-Learning template" submitted to Journal of Computing in Higher Education


Conference Presentations

  1. Dass, R. (2015, April). Evaluating the Flipped Pedagogy Model in the Social and Behavioral Sciences Classroom: Can we find a better way to learn about Zombies? Presentation at the Central States Anthropological Society annual meeting, St. Paul, MN.
  2. Cai, Q. & Higdon, J. (2015, February). iSALT: A campus-wide support system to evaluate technology-based instructional innovations. Poster presented at the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative annual meeting, Anaheim, CA.
  3. Kaufman, J. & Raskin, C. (2015, February). Telepresence: Democratizing the higher education classroom. Poster presented at the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative annual meeting, Anaheim, CA.
  4. Cai, Q. (2015, Janurary). Synchronous social presence experiences: Student and faculty perceptions of courses delivered via TelePresence. 2015 Teaching and Learning with TelePresence Conference, Mankato, MN.
  5. Using differentiated feedback messages to promote student learning in an introductory statistics course. Paper submitted to the 12th Internationsl Conference of the Learning Sciences 2016.