RESEARCH, PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS

USING TECHNOLOGY TO STRUCTURE AND SCAFFOLD REAL WORLD EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING IN DISTANCE EDUCATION

James N, Humez A & Laufenburg P. (2020). Technology to Scaffold Experiential Learning. TechTrends, 64, 636-645. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11528-020-00515-2

VIRTUAL GEMBA ANALYTICS

Santos, F., Mello, A., & James, N. (2021). Virtual Gemba Analytics for Experiential Learning [conference poster]. Learning Analytics and Knowledge Conference (LAK2021). Online.

BEST PRACTICES & INNOVATIVE MODELS FOR WORK-BASED LEARNING

Penczak, H. & James, N. (2021). Best practices & innovative models for work-based learning [conference presentation]. Illinois 60by25 Network Conference.

BRINGING WORK HOME: A FRAMEWORK FOR VIRTUAL WORK-BASED LEARNING

Penczak, H. & James, N. (2021). Bringing work home: A framework for virtual work-based learning.[Conference Presentation]. IACTE Annual Conference.

BROADENING PARTICIPATION IN EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING USING TECHNOLOGY

James, N., Jona, K., Kebede, A., Kemp, N., & Miller, E. (2020b, October 16). Broadening participation in experiential learning using technology [Conference Presentation]. MCCC 26th Annual Technology and Learning Conference, Blue Bell, PA, United States. https://www.mc3.edu/for-the-community/personal-enrichment/technology-conference/conference-day-information

 
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This work is supported by the National Science Foundation under under award DUE-1725941. However, any opinions, findings, conclusions, and/or recommendations are those of the investigators and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Foundation.