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Scholarship Activities

School District Reorganization Issues-William Phillips WILL Radio Interview (2014)

American Educational Research Association (AERA) Conference, Philadelphia (2014)

Assessing MOOC Pedagogy” (K. Swan, L. Bogle, S. Day, & D. Matthews).

Book Chapter-”The Power of a Collaborative, Collegial Approach to Improving Online Teaching and Learning” (2014). In Shattuck, K. (Ed.) Assuring Quality in Online Education: Practices and Processes at Teaching, Resource, and Program Levels. Stylus. (L. Bogle, S. Day, D. Matthews, & K. Swan).

Ed Media Conference (2014) Tampere, Finland

Assessing MOOC Pedagogy“. (K. Swan, S. Day, L. Bogle, & T. van Proyen).

Journal article-”A Collaborative, Design-Based Approach to Improving an Online Program”(2014). Internet in Higher Education. (K. Swan, D. Matthews, S. Day, & L. Bogle) This article is based on a paper presented at AERA (2013).

American Educational Research Association (AERA) Conference, San Francisco (2013)

A Collaborative, Design-Based Approach to Improving an Online Program” (D. Matthews, K. Swan, S. Day, & L. Bogle)

Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Virtual Conference (2013) Invited Presentation

“Improving Courses Across an Online Program: A Design-Based Approach” (L.Bogle,  S. Day, D. Matthews, & K. Swan).

Swan, K. (2013). Enhancing e-learning Effectiveness. In G. Miller (Ed.) Leading the E-learning transformation of Distance Education. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing, LLC.



  • “Improving Student Learning in a Fully Online Teacher Leadership Program: A Design-Based Approach” (Day, Bogle, Swan, Matthews, & Boles), a book chapter to be released in “Teacher Education and Online Learning Tools: Innovations in Teacher Preparation” (Hartshorne & Heafner, Ed. 2013)IGI Global
  • American Education Research Association (AERA) conference
    Vancouver, April 2012

“A Descriptive Analysis of Online Learning in American High Schools: Views from the Principals Office” (Day, S. & Picciano, A).

“Using Design-Based Research and Iterative Course Redesign to Improve an Online Program” (Swan, K.; Bogle, L.; Day. S.; & Matthews, D).

  • “Linking Online Course Design and Implemenattion to Learning Outcomes: A Design Experiment” published in the Internet in Higher Education Journal 2012.
  • Outstanding Online Program: Masters of Teacher Leadership, 2010 Sloan Consortium Awards


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