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2016Present

Interim Head, School of Educational Studies

Oklahoma State University College of Education

Responsibilities: Leadership and management of all personnel, resources, and degrees associated with Aviation and Space Education; Educational Leadership; Educational Technology; Higher Education and Student Affairs; Research, Evaluation, Measurement, and Statistics; and Social Foundations

2013Present

T.E.C.H. Playground Director

Oklahoma State University College of Education

Responsibilities: Leadership and management of all resources and processes related to the T.E.C.H. Playground (http://edtech.okstate.edu/techplayground), a space devoted to Transforming Education through Creative Habits. Supervision of the T.E.C.H. Playground Coordinator; creation and maintenance of website, blog and social media; facilitation of research and research teams

20092016

Associate Director of Professional Education

Oklahoma State University

Responsibilities: Leadership and management of all processes related to teacher education across the Colleges of Education, Arts & Sciences, Human Environmental Sciences, and Agriculture Sciences and Natural Resources; Coordinator for off-site NCATE accreditation materials and visit

2012Present

Coordinator of Educational Technology Program

Oklahoma State University

Responsibilities: serve as program liaison to School Head and College Administration; develop program materials for new program recognition at the masters and doctoral levels; develop core specialization courses for program; supervise development and maintenance of program website (http://edtech.okstate.edu) and other promotional materials; recruit students; coordinate program instructional and service activities; represent program at professional functions

2007Present

Tenured Associate Professor

Oklahoma State University

Responsibilities: program development, leadership, and instruction in the Educational Technology and School Library Media Specialist certification programs; teaching courses in the Educational Technology master’s program, and in the Ph.D. in Education program; field supervision and mentorship of first-year teachers; advisement of certification, masters and doctoral students; directing electronic portfolio development for certification and master’s degree students; directing doctoral dissertation studies; engage in research in the integration of teaching and learning, library media, educational technology, and distance education

Jan 20062010

Coordinator of Educational Technology Program

Oklahoma State University

Responsibilities: serve as program liaison to School Head and College Administration; develop program materials for new program recognition at the masters and doctoral levels; develop core specialization courses for program; supervise development and maintenance of program website (http://edtech.okstate.edu) and other promotional materials; recruit students; coordinate program instructional and service activities; represent program at professional functions

20012007

Assistant Professor

Oklahoma State University

Responsibilities: program development, leadership, and instruction in the Educational Technology and School Library Media Specialist certification programs; teaching courses in the Educational Technology master’s program, and in the Ph.D. in Education program; field supervision and mentorship of first-year teachers; advisement of certification, masters and doctoral students; directing electronic portfolio development for certification and master’s degree students; directing doctoral dissertation studies; engage in research in the integration of teaching and learning, library media, educational technology, and distance education

2001Present

Coordinator of School Library Media Certification Program

Oklahoma State University

Responsibilities: serve as program liaison to Literacy Program Coordinator, School Head, Professional Education Unit, College Administration, and State Department of Education; develop program folio for NCATE accreditation; complete program assessment for university assessment requirements; develop core specialization courses for program; develop and maintain program website (http://librarymedia.okstate.edu); recruit students; coordinate program activities; represent program at professional functions

19982001

Director of Technology

Oklahoma State University College of Education

Responsibilities: Supervision of Technology Manager, Computer Support Specialists, Coordinator of Technical Services, Instructional Technology Support Personnel, and student workers; planning for technology; development of online course offerings; training of faculty, staff, students; pursuit of educational technology research and external funding opportunities; outsource training for public schools, the military, business, and industry; information technology specialist for NCATE and NRPA/AALR accreditation presentations

19971998

Technology Manager

Oklahoma State University College of Education

Responsibilities: Management Educational Technology Center, computer labs, and distance learning/multi-media instructional spaces; planning for technology; development of online course offerings; creation and maintenance of the College Web Site; management of support services and inventory; training of faculty, staff, students; publication of newsletters, discussion databases, and educational technology research; outsource training for public schools, the military, business, and industry

19911997

Video Producer and Video Production Instructor

Frontier Public School Red Rock, OK

Producer of promotional videotape for Lightspan Corporation’s educational software 1996; Josten’s Learning Corporation State Conference Program Presenter and producer of promotional videotape 1992; State and National History Day Video Production Contest student winners 1993, 1994, 1997; State and National TSA Video Production Competition student winners 1992, 1993, 1994; Red Earth Festival Video Production Competition student winners 1995, 1997; Oklahoma State Department of Education Teacher Training Institute for Technology Instructor 1996-97; Native Americans in Biological Sciences Video Producer 1996; Teletraining Institute Academy for Distance Educators Participant and Instructor 1996-97

                                                                                           

19901997

PreK – 12 Library Media Director

Frontier Public School Red Rock, OK

Responsibilities: Director of Elementary/ Middle School/ High School Media Center, Audio-Visual Production Department, media retrieval system, and auditorium productions; Instructor for Multi-Media Production courses; assistance with writing and administration of federal grant programs; distance learning classroom; and hardware and software acquisitions, training, and maintenance of network computer system; presented at state conferences (Encyclomedia and Oklahoma Reading Association); technology trainer for faculty in-service

19881989

English Teacher

Morrison Public School Morrison, OK

Responsibilities: secondary English and assistant basketball and track coach

Education

19972001

Ed.D. Curriculum and Instruction: Information Communication Technology

Oklahoma State University

Dissertation: Stansberry, S. L. (2001). A grid and group description of higher education faculty preferences toward instructional technology use (Doctoral dissertation, Oklahoma State University, 2001). Dissertation Abstracts International, 62/11, 3751. (UMI No. AAT 3033601)

19901992

M.S. Information Communication Technology

Oklahoma State University
19891990

Professional Certification: Library Science

Western Montana College, Dillon, MT
19831987

B. S. Secondary Education Language Arts

Oklahoma State University

Articles In Refereed Journals

Stansberry, S. L. & Haselwood, S. M. (under revision). Gamifying a course to teach games and simulations for learning. International Journal of Designs for Learning.

Stansberry, S. L., Thompson, P., and Kymes, A. (2015). Teaching creativity in a master’s level educational technology course. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education.

Stansberry, S. L. and Harris, E. L. (2014). Back to the future: Revisiting the “Whole Earth” concept of sustainable tools for 21st century education. The Journal of Sustainability Education.

Dalal, N., Dalal, P., Kak, S., Antonenko, P., & Stansberry, S. (2009). Rapid digital game creation for broadening participation in computing and fostering crucial thinking skills. International Journal of Social and Humanistic Computing, 1(2), 123-137.

Stansberry, S. L., & Kymes, A. (2007, March). Transforming learning through “teaching with technology” electronic portfolios. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 50(6).

Stansberry, S. L. (2006, September-October). A one-way ticket to nowhere? The importance of matching the use of instructional technology to situational instructional styles. Educational Technology, 46(5), 32-38. (Note: editorial board-reviewed, not peer-reviewed)

Stansberry, S. L. (2006, Winter). Effective Assessment of Online Discourse in LIS Courses. Journal of Education for Library and Information Sciences, 47(1).

Stansberry, S. L., & Harris, E. L. (2005, Spring). Understanding the interrelationship of instructional technology use and organizational culture: A case study of a veterinary medicine college. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education.

Stansberry, S. L., & Schwarz, G. (2003, Fall). Expanding literacy through video production. Balanced Reading Instruction, 10.

Goetze, S. K., & Stansberry, S. L. (2003). Implementing instructional technology in teacher education: The how and the why of IT. Action in Teacher Education, XXIV(4), viiix.

Stansberry, S. L., Haulmark, M. & Sheeran, L. (2003). “I agree" does not constitute discussion: applying theoretical frameworks to assess student learning in asynchronous online discussions. National Social Science Journal, 20(1), 91-101.

Book Chapters

Redmond-Sanogo, A., Stansberry, S. L., Thompson, P., & Vasinda, S. (In Press). Three-Act Lessons: Creative means of engaging authentic mathematical thinking through visual images and story narratives. In Mathematics Education in the Digital Era, Springer.

Simpson, Elizabeth A. and Stansberry, Susan L. (2008). Video games and teacher development: Bridging the gap in the classroom. In Christopher T. Miller, ed. Games in Education. New York: Springer.

Stansberry, S.L. (2008). Using organizational culture to frame discussions of the disciplinary field of school library media. In Michael Orey, V.J. McClendon, & Robert Maribe Branch, eds. Educational Media and Technology Yearbook: Volume 33, 2008. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited.

Refereed Conference Proceedings

Stansberry, S. L., Thompson, P., Dalpais, S., & Hathcock, S. Come in and Play! Fostering Curiosity Through Unstructured Exploration in a Technology Learning Space. In S. Carliner, C. Fulford & N. Ostashewski (Eds.), Proceedings of EdMedia: World Conference on Educational Media and Technology 2015 (pp. 1323-1327). Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).

Thompson, P., Stansberry, S. L. and Kymes, A. (2013). Teaching Creativity in a Master’s Level Educational Technology Course. In Jan Herrington et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2013 (pp. 399-406). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Kymes, A., Stansberry, S. & Thompson, P. (2013). Training Teachers for Classroom Technology Integration: Changing Times, Changing Needs. In R. McBride & M. Searson (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2013 (pp. 2590-2592). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Stansberry, S., Thompson, P. & Kymes, A. (2013). Creating a RISK FREE Environment for Preservice Teachers Learning to Teach with Technology. In R. McBride & M. Searson (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2013 (pp. 4748-4750). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

High, K., Antonenko, P., Damron, R., Stansberry, S., Hudson, G., Dockers, J. & Peterson, A. (June, 2009). The effect of a teacher professional development integrated curriculum workshop on perceptions of design, engineering, and technology experiences. In Proceedings of the 2009 Conference of the American Society of Engineering Education, Austin, TX.

High, K., Antonenko, P., Damron, R., Stansberry, S., Hudson, G., Dockers, J. & Peterson, A. (April, 2009). The impact of a teacher professional development workshop on perceptions of design, engineering, and technology activities for integrated curriculum. In Proceedings of the 2009 Conference of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Garden Grove, CA.

Conference Proceedings Selected from Refereed Conference Presentations

Stansberry, S. L., Haselwood, S., Dickey, K., Robertson, M. A., Linsenmeyer, J., Schwark, C., Cooper, M. S., Xiu, Y. Analysis of Conversations Regarding Trending Educational Technology Topics across Scholarly Research, Trade Journals, and Social Media. In M. Simonson (Ed.), 38th Annual Proceedings: Selected Research and Development Papers Presented at the 2010 National Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (38th ed.). Association for Educational Communications and Technology.

Thompson, P., Stansberry, S. L. and Kymes, A. (2013). Teaching Creativity in a Master’s Level Educational Technology Course. In Jan Herrington et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2013 (pp. 399-406). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Kymes, A., Stansberry, S. & Thompson, P. (2013). Training Teachers for Classroom Technology Integration: Changing Times, Changing Needs. In R. McBride & M. Searson (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2013 (pp. 2590-2592). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Stansberry, S., Thompson, P. & Kymes, A. (2013). Creating a RISK FREE Environment for Preservice Teachers Learning to Teach with Technology. In R. McBride & M. Searson (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2013 (pp. 4748-4750). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Stansberry, S. L. & Case, S. (November 2011). Do laptop computers lead to more learning? In M. Simonson (Ed.), 34th Annual Proceedings: Selected Research and Development Papers Presented at the 2010 National Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (34th ed.). Association for Educational Communications and Technology.

Stansberry, S. L. & Close, B. L. (October, 2010). Teaching creativity and innovation through manufacturing partnerships and NSF support. In M. Simonson (Ed.), 33rd Annual Proceedings: Selected Research and Development Papers Presented at the 2010 National Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (33rd ed.). Association for Educational Communications and Technology.

Case, S. & Stansberry, S. L. (October, 2010). Teaching with facebook as a learning management system. In M. Simonson (Ed.), 33rd Annual Proceedings: Selected Research and Development Papers Presented at the 2010 National Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (33rd ed.). Association for Educational Communications and Technology. 

Stansberry, S., Antonenko, P., Hudson, G., High, K., Damron, R., Dockers, J., Peterson, A. (January, 2009). The impact of a sustainability engineering professional development workshop on teachers' attitudes towards multidisciplinary design activities in K-12 education. In Burge, A. (Ed.), Proceedings of the 7th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education.

Stansberry, S. L. (2008, Spring). A Place for Student Stars to Shine: Starting Your Own State Student Media Festival. In Ferdig, R. & Crawford, C. (Eds.), Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference Annual, 19th ed. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education. 

Stansberry, S. L. (2005, Spring). Take AIM: Improving professional education instructors’ use of instructional technology. In Ferdig, R. & Crawford, C. (Eds.), Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference Annual, 16th ed. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education.  

Stansberry, S. L. (2005, Spring). Tech4u: Increasing teachers’ technology literacy through an online professional development community. In Ferdig, R. & Crawford, C. (Eds.), Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference Annual, 16th ed. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education. 

Stansberry, S. L., & Foley, A. (2004). A one way ticket to nowhere? The importance of matching appropriate technologies to situational instructional styles to enhance Adoption of online instruction. In M. Simonson (Ed.), 27th Annual Proceedings: Selected Research and Development Papers Presented at the 2002 National Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (27th ed.). Association for Educational Communications and Technology.

Stansberry, S. L., Spitzer, B. A., Goetze, S. K. (2003). Creating a ‘teaching with technology’ electronic portfolio. In M. Simonson & M. Crawford (Eds.), 26th Annual Proceedings: Selected Research and Development Papers Presented at the 2003 National Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (26th ed.). Association for Educational Communications and Technology.

Stansberry, S. L., Mayfield, B., Choike, J., Ackerson, B., Rockley, M., Marston, R., et al. (2003). Polaris: Creating math and science stars through integrated, inquiry based online professional development. In D. A. Willis (Ed.), Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference Annual (14th ed.). Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education.

Stansberry, S. L. (2003). Understanding why faculty use (or don’t use) IT: Implementation of instructional technology from an organizational culture perspective. In D. A. Willis (Ed.), Society for Information technology & Teacher Education International Conference Annual (14th ed.). Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education.

Stansberry, S. L., Tothero, K., & Goetze, S. K. (2003). What’s your story? A PT3 project using teachers’ stories to enhance the use of technology in the classroom. In D. A. Willis (Ed.), Society for Information technology & Teacher Education International Conference Annual (14th ed.). Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education.

Stansberry, S. L., & Harris, E. L. (2002). Understanding why faculty use (or don’t use) IT: Implementation of instructional technology from an organizational culture perspective. In M. Simonson & M. Crawford (Eds.), 25th Annual Proceedings: Selected Research and Development Papers Presented at the 2002 National Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (25th ed., pp. 413-422). Association for Educational Communications and Technology.

Stansberry, S. L., Haulmark, M., & Sheeran, L. (2002). ‘I agree’ does not constitute discussion: Applying theoretical frameworks to assess student learning in asynchronous online discussions. In National Social Science Perspectives Journal (21st ed.). Conference Proceedings of the National Technology and Social Science Conference.

Bull, K. S., Kimball, S. L., & Stansberry, S. L. (1998). Developing interaction in computer mediated learning courses. In Coming Together: Preparing for Rural Special Education in the 21st Century (18th ed., Vols. ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 417 902). Conference Proceedings of the American Council on Rural Special Education.

Bull, K. S., Kimball, S. L., & Stansberry, S. L. (1998). Instructional design in computer mediated learning for rural special education. In Coming Together: Preparing for Rural Special Education in the 21st Century (18th ed., Vols. ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 417 885). Conference Proceedings of the American Council on Rural Special Education.

Bull, K. S., Kimball, S. L., & Stansberry, S. L. (1998). Techniques for developing a syllabus/website for a computer mediated learning (CML) course. In Coming Together: Preparing for Rural Special Education in the 21st Century (18th ed., Vols. ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 417 889). Conference Proceedings of the American Council on Rural Special Education.

Articles in Non-Refereed Journals with National or International Readership

NCATE Virtual Exhibit Room for offsite accreditation visit - 1,191 files prepared (https://stw.sp.okstate.edu/coe/assessment/osupeu/SitePages/Home.aspx)

EDTC 3123 Applications of Educational Technology: My TECHplayground – an interactive eBook for EDTC 3123 (19 sections per year). Available at http://mytechplayground.com

Stansberry, S. L. (2013, September). Program Report for the Preparation of School Library Media Specialists American Library Association (ALA)/American Association of School Librarians (AASL). Stillwater, OK: Oklahoma State University. (Received National Recognition January 2014).  

Brown, C.A., & Stansberry, S. L. (2006, January/February). Reflections on a convention: A vision explored: Division of school media & technology. Tech Trends, 50(1), 15-16. 

Stansberry, S. L. (2005, February). Program Report for the Preparation of School Library Media Specialists American Library Association (ALA)/American Association of School Librarians(AASL). Stillwater, OK: Oklahoma State University. (Received National Recognition August 2005).

Externally Funded Grants and Contracts

Co-Principal Investigator, Manufacturing Innovation and Revitalization Partnerships: Division of Industrial Innovation and Partnerships: Universities, manufacturers, Government and K-12 Teachers (MIRP). National Science Foundation: Partnerships for Innovation (NSF-08-583). Funded for $599,996.

Co-Principal Investigator, Oklahoma Teacher Mentoring Professional Development Contract (collaboration with OU K20 Center and Oklahoma Education Association). Oklahoma Commission for Teacher Preparation 2009-10. Funded for $300,000.

Co-Principal Investigator, Improving Teacher Quality: Sustainability Engineering through Math, Science, Literacy, Technology and Problem-Based Learning (with New Lima Public Schools, OSU College of Arts & Sciences, OSU College of Engineering, Langston University, and the OTAC/OU K20 ALT project). Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education: No Child Left Behind, Part B, 2007. Funded for $149,557.

Co-Principal Investigator. Northeast Oklahoma Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (NEOK STEM) Partnership (with Keys Public Schools and the OSU College of Engineering). Oklahoma State Department of Education: Math and Science Partnership Program 2007. Funded for $87,238.

Principal Investigator. Northeast Oklahoma Math, Science & Technology Partnership. Oklahoma No Child Left Behind: 2006. Funded for $81,091.

Co-Principal Investigator. New Horizons in Math and Science (with the Oklahoma City Public Schools and the OSU College of Arts & Sciences). Oklahoma State Department of Education: Math and Science Partnership Program 2006 (ED-06-RI-031). Funded for $78,202.

Co-Principal Investigator. Professional Development Institute on Algebra and its End-of-Course Assessment. Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education 2006 (ED-06-RI-026). Funded for $126,758.

Co-Principal Investigator. Northeast Oklahoma Math Partnership. Oklahoma State Department of Education: Math and Science Partnership 2005 (ED-06-RI-032). Funded for $29,606.

Co-Principal Investigator. Professional Development Institute on Algebra and its End-of-Course Assessment. Oklahoma No Child Left Behind: 2005 (ED-06-RI-026). Funded for $14,905.

Co-Principal Investigator. A Standard-Based Induction System for Education: A New Model for Oklahoma. Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE) 2004 (ED-05-RI-029). Funded for $651,570.

Co-Principal Investigator. Professional Development Institute on Algebra and its End-of-Course Assessment. Oklahoma No Child Left Behind: 2004 (ED-04-RI-019). Funded for $6,771.

Co-Principal Investigator. Improving Middle School Math and Science. USDOE Star Schools (ED-99-RI-031):
Year Two: April 2001 – April 2002. Funded for $55,447
Year Three: April 2002 – April 2003. Funded for $61,579.
Year Four: April 2003 - April 2004. Funded for $34,862
Year Five: April 2004 – April 2005. Funded for $49,555

Principal Investigator. United States Coast Guard Auxiliary Distance Education ‘C’ School Program. August 1999-June 2000. Funded for $205,065.

Refereed Presentations at National and International Conferences

Stansberry, S. L. and Haselwood, S. M. (June 2016). Gamifying a Course to Teach Games and Simulations for Learning: A Design Case. Paper presented at the Association of the Advancement of Computing in Education, EdMedia International Conference, Victoria, Canada., Vancouver, CA

Stansberry, S. L. (November 2015). Fostering a RISK FREE Environment for Preservice Teachers and Technology Integration. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Indianapolis, IN.

Stansberry, S. L., Haselwood, S., Dickey, K., Robertson, M. A., Linsenmeyer, J., Schwark, C., Cooper, M. S., Xiu, Y. Analysis of Conversations Regarding Trending Educational Technology Topics across Scholarly Research, Trade Journals, and Social Media. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Indianapolis, IN.

Stansberry, S. L. (March 2015). Transformative Practice in Teaching with Technology for Preservice Teachers. Paper presented at the Association of the Advancement of Computing in Education, Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education International Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Stansberry, S. L., Robinson, S., Brown, T. B., Ringsmuth, S. (November, 2014). Learning Environments Designed for Creative, Innovative Faculty Development. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Jacksonville, FL.

Kymes, A. & Stansberry, S. L. (November 2014). Challenging the Digital Native Discourse in 1:1 Computing Projects. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Jacksonville, FL.

Polly, D. Smaldino, S., Stansberry, S. L., Glazewski, K., & Persichitte, K. A. (November 2014). Research in Technology and Teacher Education: A World Cafe Panel. Panel discussion at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Jacksonville, FL.

Thompson, P., Kymes, A., & Stansberry, S. L. (November 2013). How Can We Prepare Students for Computer-Based Common Core Standards Testing?  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Anaheim, CA.

Thompson, P., Stansberry, S. L., & Kymes, A. (June 2013) Teaching creativity in a master’s level educational technology course. Paper presented at the Association of the Advancement of Computing in Education, EdMedia International Conference, Victoria, Canada.

Stansberry, S. L., Thompson, P., & Kymes, A. (March 2013). Creating a RISK FREE environment for preservice teachers learning to teach with technology. Paper presented at the Association of the Advancement of Computing in Education, Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education International Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Kymes, A., Stansberry, S. L., & Thompson, P. (March 2013). Training teachers for classroom technology integration: Changing times, changing needs. Paper presented at the Association of the Advancement of Computing in Education, Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education International Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Ottenbreit-Leftwich, A.; Banas, J.; Mims, C.; Shepherd, C.; Weaver, C.; West, R. Stansberry, S. L.; & Siko, J. (November 2012). Descriptions and materials for preservice and inservice courses and informal technology integration education. Panel presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Louisville, KY.

Stansberry, S. L. & Denker, H. (March 2012). Teacher excellence network: First-year teacher induction through videoconferencing and social networking. Paper presented virtually at the Association of the Advancement of Computing in Education, Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education International Conference, Austin, TX.

Daniels, L. & Stansberry, S. L. (November 2011). Redefining teacher education for the 21st century. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Jacksonville, Florida.

Cohen, J. D.; Tillman, D.; Carson, E. R.; Jones, M.; Stansberry, S. L.; Chiu, J. L.; Bull, G.; Kinzie, M. (November 2011). Engineering in the classroom: Digital fabrication as a tool for authentic STEM knowledge construction. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Jacksonville, Florida.

Case, S. & Stansberry, S. L. (October 2010). Culture and community in online courses: A grid and group explanation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Louisville, Kentucky.

Thomas, C. & Stansberry, S. L. (October 2010). The key to 21st century project based learning. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Louisville, Kentucky.

Stansberry, S. L. & Daniels, L. (October 2010). Redefining teacher education for digital age learners. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Louisville, Kentucky.

Stansberry, S. L. (June 2010). How non-gamer teachers can teach successfully with videogames/simulations. Paper presented at the International Society of Technology in Education Conference, Denver, CO.

Stansberry, S. L., Glasgow, A., Borland, T., Gungoll, T. B. (June 2010). Training Pre-Service teachers to teach with technology: Web 2.0 collaboration. Paper presented at the International Society of Technology in Education Conference, Denver, CO.

Stansberry, S.L. (March 2010). Teaching teachers to teach with videogames and simulations. Paper presented at the Association of the Advancement of Computing in Education, Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education International Conference, San Diego, CA.

Stansberry, S.L. (October 2009). Measuring student learning in “Foundations of Educational Technology” using HIMATT. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Louisville, Kentucky.

Duffield, J.A., Dias, L., Neuman, D., Smith, A., and Stansberry, S.L. (October, 2009). Bridging the gap: Linking information literacy theory and practice in media specialist and teacher preparation programs. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Louisville, Kentucky.

Antonenko, P., Stansberry, S. L., Hudson, G., High, K., Damron, R., Dockers, J., Peterson, A. (April, 2009). K-12 teachers' perceptions of the value and use of cross-disciplinary design, engineering, and technology activities in the classroom. Paper presented at the 2009 Conference of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

Stansberry, S.L., Antonenko, P., Hudson, G., High, K., Damron, R., Dockers, J. Peterson, A. (January 2009). The impact of a sustainability engineering professional development workshop on teachers' attitudes towards multidisciplinary design activities in K-12 education. Paper presented at 7th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.

Stansberry, S.L. (2008, November). Getting your game on for non-gamer teachers. Workshop presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Orlando, Florida.

Stansberry, S.L. (2008, November). Improving teacher quality: Sustainability engineering through math, science, literacy, technology and problem-based learning. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Orlando, Florida.

Stansberry, S.L. (2008, November). Watch those student stars shine: Starting your own state student media festival. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Orlando, Florida.

Stansberry, S.L. and Simpson, E. (2008, June). How non-gamer teachers can use video games in the classroom. Paper presented at the National Educational Computing Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Stansberry, S. L. and Simpson, E. (2008, March). Video Games and Teacher Development: Bridging the Gap in the Classroom. Paper presented at the Association of the Advancement of Computing in Education, Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education International Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Stansberry, S. L. (2008, March). A Place for Student Stars to Shine: Starting Your Own State Student Media Festival. Paper presented at the Association of the Advancement of Computing in Education, Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education International Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Stansberry, S. L., McKean, K., Wilson, S., and Whisenhunt, G. (2008, March). Evaluating the Design, Development, and Delivery of a Multiplayer Video Game for Jr. High Students. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association conference, New York, NY.

Curry, J. H., Stansberry, S. L., and Jones, M. (2007, October). Web 2.0 tools: A kaleidoscope of new tools for teachers. Workshop presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Anaheim, California.

Stansberry, S. L., & Hyder, Stephanie. (2007, March). Engagement in gaming for a marriage of content curriculum and gaming concepts. Paper accepted for presentation at the Association of the Advancement of Computing in Education, Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education International Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Stansberry, S. L., & Curry J. H. (2006, October). Want a wiki? Betting on blogs? Let’s create one for your class! Workshop presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Dallas, TX.

Stansberry, S. L., & Gordon, U. (2006, October). Starting your own state student media festival. Workshop presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Dallas, TX.

Kymes, A., Johnson, A., & Stansberry, S.L. (2006, October). Transparency and transference evidenced in the academic blogs of Ph.D. students in a language, literacy & culture class. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Dallas, TX.

Spitzer, B. A. & Stansberry, S. L. (2006, October). Tools of the trade II: A guide to useful online teacher tools. Workshop presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Dallas, TX.

Stansberry, S. L. (2006, March). Just turn them loose or teach them tools? Case studies from the KITE PT3 project reveal the need for teaching WWW search strategies to K12 students and teachers. Paper presented at the Association of the Advancement of Computing in Education, Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education International Conference, Orlando, FL.

Spitzer, B. A. & Stansberry, S. L. (2005, October). Tools of the trade: A guide to useful online teacher tools. Workshop presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Orlando, FL.

Stansberry, S. L. & Kymes, A. (2005, October). A true picture of the current state of teacher/LMS collaboration and information literacy skills instruction in technology-based lessons. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Orlando, FL.

Stansberry, S. L. (2005, March). Take AIM: Improving Professional Education Instructors’ use of Instructional Technology. Paper presented at the Association of the Advancement of Computing in Education, Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education International Conference, Phoenix, AZ.

Stansberry, S. L. (2005, March). Tech4u: Increasing Teachers’ Technology Literacy through an Online Professional Development Community. Paper presented at the Association of the Advancement of Computing in Education, Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education International Conference, Phoenix, AZ.

Worley, V., & Stansberry, S. L. (2004, November). Be with a class or have a pass:  towards a philosophy of library media technology. Paper presented at American Educational Studies Association Conference, Kansas City, KS.

Stansberry, S. L., & Foley, A. R. (2004, October). A one-way ticket to nowhere? The importance of matching appropriate technologies to individual teaching styles to enhance adoption of online instruction. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Chicago, IL.

Stansberry, S. L. (2004, October). Alphabet soup: Blending NETS, KITE, and TLC to create technology literate teachers through the Tech4u.org online professional development. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Chicago, IL.

Stansberry, S. L., Spitzer, B. A., & Goetze, S. K. (2004, April). Training teachers to be technology literate: How’s that working for you? Paper presented at American Educational Research Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

Stansberry, S. L., Hudson, G. (2004, February). The HBL4U project: Teaching teachers to do science the way scientists do science through hypothesis based learning pedagogy. Poster session presented at EDUCAUSE, Dallas, TX.

Spitzer, B. A., & Stansberry, S. L. (2004, January). Training teachers to be technology literate: How’s that working for you? Paper presented at Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.

Stansberry, S. L., Worley, V., & Schwarz, G. (2004, January). You mean a librarian does more than dust books? Teaching preservice teachers to effectively engage with the school library media program. Paper presented at Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.

Stansberry, S. L., Spitzer, B. A., Mayfield, B. E., Puckette, J., Marston, R., & Decocq, B. (2004, January). The HBL4U project: Teaching teachers to do science the way scientists do science through hypothesis based learning pedagogy. Poster session presented at Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.

Stansberry, S. L., Goetze, S. K., & Spitzer, B. A. (2003, November). Creating a ‘teaching with technology’ electronic portfolio. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Anaheim, CA.

Stansberry, S. L., Goetze, S. K., & Spitzer, B. A. (2003, November). Electronic portfolios in school library media education: A perfect match. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Anaheim, CA.

Stansberry, S. L., Goetze, S. K., & Spitzer, B. A. (2003, November). Teaching with technology: Does practice match standards?. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Anaheim, CA.

Kurtz, C. B., & Stansberry, S. L. (2003, June/July). An examination of the application of NETS-T among Oklahoma teachers. Paper presented at National Educational Computing Conference, Seattle, WA.

Stansberry, S. L. (2003, June/July). Effective implementation of instructional technology initiatives through understanding of organizational culture. Paper presented at National Educational Computing Conference, Seattle, WA.

Stansberry, S. L. (2003, May). Melding multiple literacies through the development of electronic portfolios in a graduate level literacy/library media program. Poster session presented at Annual Convention of the International Reading Association, Orlando, FL.

Stansberry, S. L., & Kurtz, C. B. (2003, March). An examination of the application of NETS-T among Oklahoma teachers. Paper presented at the Association of the Advancement of Computing in Education, Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education International Conference, Albuquerque, NM.

Stansberry, S. L., & Spitzer, B. A. (2003, March). Polaris: Creating math and science stars through integrated, inquiry based online professional development. Paper presented at the Association of the Advancement of Computing in Education, Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education International Conference, Albuquerque, NM.

Stansberry, S. L. (2003, March). Understanding why faculty use (or don’t use) IT: Implementation of instructional technology from an organizational culture perspective. Paper presented at the Association of the Advancement of Computing in Education, Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education International Conference, Albuquerque, NM.

Stansberry, S. L., & Tothero, K. (2003, March). What’s your story? A PT3 project using teachers’ stories to enhance the use of technology in the classroom. Paper presented at the Association of the Advancement of Computing in Education, Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education International Conference, Albuquerque, NM.

Haulmark, M., & Stansberry, S. L. (2002, November). ’I agree’ does not constitute discussion: Applying theoretical frameworks to assess student learning in asynchronous online discussions. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Dallas, TX.

Stansberry, S. L., Mayfield, B. E., & Rockley, M. (2002, November). Reaching beyond the stars: Lessons learned on the star schools POLARIS project. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Dallas, TX.

Stansberry, S. L., & Harris, E. L. (2002, November). Understanding faculty preferences toward IT use: Implementation of instructional technology from an organizational culture perspective. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Dallas, TX.

Stansberry, S. L., Haulmark, M., & Sheeran, L. (2002, April). ’I agree’ does not constitute discussion: Analyzing the quality of online discourse. Paper presented at National Social Science and Technology Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Stansberry, S. L. (2002, April). Cultural barriers and incentives related to instructional technology use among higher education faculty members. Paper presented at National Social Science and Technology Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Schwarz, G., & Stansberry, S. L. (2002, March). Video production in the classroom. Paper presented at National Council of Teachers of English Spring Conference, Portland, OR.

Stansberry, S. L., & Harris, E. L. (2001, February). A grid and group interpretation of faculty role perception as related to information technology. Paper accepted for presentation at Faculty Roles and Rewards conference of the American Association of Higher Education, Tampa, FL.

Bull, K. S., Kimball, S. L., & Stansberry, S. L. (1998, March). Designing and formatting syllabi for a computer mediated course in rural special education. Paper presented at Annual Conference of the American Council for Rural Special Education, Charleston, SC.

Bull, K. S., Kimball, S. L., & Stansberry, S. L. (1998, March). Developing interaction in computer mediated learning courses in rural special education. Paper presented at Annual Conference of the American Council for Rural Special Education, Charleston, SC.

Bull, K. S., Kimball, S. L., & Stansberry, S. L. (1998, March). Instructional design in computer mediated learning for rural special education. Paper presented at Annual Conference of the American Council for Rural Special Education, Charleston, SC.

Bull, K. S., & Stansberry, S. L. (1997, November). Developing computer mediated courses. Paper presented at National University Degree Consortium, Washington, DC.

Refereed Presentations at Regional, State, or Local Professional Conferences 

Stansberry, S. L. & Brown, T. B. (2014, October) Experience the T.E.C.H. Playground. Day-long workshop at OTA Encyclomedia conference, Oklahoma City, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2013, February). Tremendous technology tools for teachers to use tomorrow. Panel presentation given with graduate students at OTA Conference – Encyclomedia, Oklahoma City, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2012, February). Tremendous technology tools for teachers to use tomorrow. Panel presentation given with graduate students at OTA Conference – Encyclomedia, Oklahoma City, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2012, February). Watch your student stars shine at the 8th annual Oklahoma state student media festival. Presentation given at OTA Conference – Encyclomedia, Oklahoma City, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2011, July). Teacher excellence network: Supporting beginning teachers in an online learning community. Presentation given at Innovation 2011 Conference, Oklahoma City, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2006, February). Teacher education: Developing academic and professional roles: Technology, teaching and learning styles in teacher education. Symposium accepted for presentation at Southwest Educational Research Association, Austin, TX.

Stansberry, S. L., Haulmark, M., & Harris, E. L. (2001, November). A grid and group explanation of higher education faculty use of instructional technology. Paper presented at Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association Conference, Las Cruces, NM.

Stansberry, S. L. (2001, October). Get over it or get into it? A fresh perspective on playing the higher education faculty game. Paper presented at Christian Leadership Ministries’ Regional Faculty Leadership Conference, Austin, TX.

Stansberry, S. L., Boykin, C., Bull, K. S., Kimball, S. L., & Shuler, P. (1998, November). Developing collaborative electronic portfolios as part of evaluation of the computer mediated learning process. Symposium presented at the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association annual conference, Edmond, OK.

Boykin, C., Bull, K. S., Kimball, S. K., Stansberry, S. L., & Shuler, P (1998, November). The process of developing a hyperbook to teach computer mediated learning. Symposium presented at the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association annual conference, Edmond, OK.

Kimball, S. L., Bull, K. S., Stansberry, S. L., Shuler, P., and Boykin, C. (1998, November). Creating problem based learning processes in a computer mediated learning process. Symposium presented at the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association annual meeting, Edmond, OK.

Shuler, P., Bull, K. S., Kimball, S. L., Boykin, C., and Stansberry, S. L. (1998, November). Processes for developing scaffolding in a computer mediated learning environment. Symposium presented at the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association annual meeting, Edmond, OK.

Bull, K. S., & Stansberry, S. L. (1997, October). Developing a computer mediated learning syllabus. Paper presented at Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association Conference, Stillwater, OK.

Bull, K. S., & Stansberry, S. L. (1997, October). Instructional design in computer mediated learning: Issues in control and choice. Paper presented at Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association Conference, Stillwater, OK.

Non-Refereed Presentations

Stansberry, S. L. (2014, October) Using interactive technologies to improve student engagement and learning. Workshop presented at Oklahoma State University’s Institute for Teaching & Learning Excellence, Stillwater, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2013, October). Tremendous technology tools for teachers to use tomorrow. Panel presentation given with graduate students at OTA Conference – Encyclomedia, Oklahoma City, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2012, December and 2013, January). Teaching with smartboards. Workshop presented at Oklahoma State University’s Institute for Teaching & Learning Excellence, Stillwater, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2012, January). Social networking, blogs, twitter, and wikis. Workshop presented at Teaching and Learning Series: Teaching Methods and Tools, Oklahoma State University’s Institute for Teaching & Learning Excellence, Stillwater, OK.

Henneberry, S. & Stansberry, S. L. (2011, October). Certificate series: Successful e-portfolios: Steps to documenting your accomplishments. Workshop presented at Certificate Series, Oklahoma State University’s Institute for Teaching & Learning Excellence, Stillwater, OK. (Part 1: http://ra.okstate.edu/STW_ITLE/2011Workshops/Oct27/Part1/Video.html; Part 2: http://ra.okstate.edu/STW_ITLE/2011Workshops/Oct27/Part2/Video.html; Part 3: http://ra.okstate.edu/STW_ITLE/2011Workshops/Oct27/Part3/Video.html)

Stansberry, S. L. (2011, April). Creativity and Innovation Update and Small Group Discussions. Symposium presented at NASA Education Projects Annual Reunion, Stillwater, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2009, February). Tremendous Technology Tools for Teachers. Symposium presented at Oklahoma Learning Technology Conference and Exposition, Oklahoma City, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2008, September). Tremendous Technology Tools for Teachers. Symposium presented at Encyclomedia XXVIII, Oklahoma City, OK.

Stansberry, S. L., Curry, J. C., & Gordon, U. (2007, February). Ready, set, graduate! Preparing teachers to teach with technology. Symposium presented at Oklahoma Learning Technology Conference and Exposition, Oklahoma City, OK.

Stansberry, S. L., Gordon, U., & Curry, J. C. (2007, February). Preparing to enter the Oklahoma State Student Media Festival. Workshop presented at Oklahoma Learning Technology Conference and Exposition, Oklahoma City, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2006, September). Improving Student Research with Pathfinders. Paper presented at Encyclomedia XXVI, Oklahoma City, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2005, April). Hot Topics in School Library Media. Symposium presented at Oklahoma Library Association 98th Annual Conference, Norman, OK.

Stansberry, S. L., & Gungoll, T. (2003, March). Polaris: Creating math and science stars through hypothesis based learning. Paper presented at Oklahoma Learning Technology Conference and Exposition, Oklahoma City, OK.

Stansberry, S. L., & Ehlers, V. (2002, March). What’s your story? A PT3 project using teachers’ stories to enhance the use of technology in the classroom. Paper presented at Oklahoma Learning Technology Conference and Exposition, Oklahoma City, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2001, December). A grid and group explanation of higher education faculty use of instructional technology. In OSU college of education research symposium. Symposium conducted at Oklahoma State University College of Education, Stillwater, OK .

Stansberry, S. L. (2001, September). Mom really does know best: Building effective, innovative, and affordable online course components. Paper presented at EncycloMedia Conference, Oklahoma City, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2000, April). Integrating internet tools in the science classroom. Paper presented at Oklahoma Association of Environmental Education Conference, Stillwater, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (1999, September). Grant writing for distance education technology. Paper presented at United States Coast Guard Auxiliary Annual Conference, Orlando, FL. 

Haulmark, M. & Stansberry, S. L. (1999, April). Charting your course: The integration of information technology components into the university curriculum. Paper presented at American Society for Engineering Education Midwest Section Conference, Stillwater, OK.

Invited Speeches and Lectures

Stansberry, S. L. (2013, August 14). Managing the classroom and supporting positive student engagement. Workshop presented at Graduate Teaching Assistant Conference on Teaching. Institute for Teaching and Learning Excellence, Oklahoma State University.

Stansberry, S. L. (2013, July 22-23). Innovative technology use in higher education classrooms. Workshop for a delegation of engineering faculty from China. Institute for Teaching and Learning Excellence, Oklahoma State University.

Stansberry, S. L. (2013, June). An Administrator’s Advice to OSU Freshmen. Speech delivered at OSU Camp Cowboy, Stillwater, OK 

Stansberry, S. L. (2013, January 23). The Role of Values in New Member Education. Speech delivered at OSU Greek Life Officers Training, Stillwater, OK.  

Stansberry, S. L. (2012, September 22). Making the Most of Your OSU Greek Life Experience. Speech delivered at OSU Panhellenic Fall Retreat, Stillwater, OK.  

Stansberry, S. L. (2011, August 10). Tremendous technology tools for teachers. Workshop presented at Perkins-Tryon Public School Professional Development Day.  

Stansberry, S. L. (2008, October 16). Tremendous technology tools for teachers. Workshop presented at Stillwater High School Professional Development Day.  

Stansberry, S. L. (2006, July 25). Appropriate use of technology in teaching and learning. Lecture presented at the Institute for Teaching and Learning Excellence faculty development seminar.

Stansberry, S. L. (2006, May 31). OSU College of Education and the Oklahoma Center for Innovation and Teaching Excellence (OCITE). Panel participant at the OCITE Summit, Booker T. Washington High School, Tulsa, OK.  

Stansberry, S. L. (2006, April 7). Mapping curriculum across all levels and integrating information literacy. Workshop presented at the Stillwater Public Schools Professional Day, Stillwater, OK. 

Stansberry, S. L. (2006, January 19). TakeAIM: Adapting DAC instruction for online delivery in the aspen learning management system. Workshop presented at the Defense Ammunitions Contract Professional Development, OSU Institute for Teaching and Learning Excellence, Stillwater, OK.  

Stansberry, S. L. & Curry, J. H. (2006, January 16). Online tools for teachers. Workshop presented at the Perkins-Tryon Schools Professional Development Day, Perkins, OK. 

Stansberry, S. L. & Curry, J. H. (2006, January 16). Research in the elementary classroom using searchasaurus and kids search. Workshop presented at the Perkins-Tryon Schools Professional Development Day, Perkins, OK.   

Stansberry, S. L. (2005, November 15). TakeAIM: Adapting DAC instruction for online delivery in the aspen learning management system. Workshop presented at the Defense Ammunitions Contract Professional Development, OSU Institute for Teaching and Learning Excellence, Stillwater, OK.  

Stansberry, S. L. & Curry, J. H. (2005, November 10). Integrating handheld computing into the algebra classroom. Workshop presented at the Algebra Institute, Stillwater, OK.  

Stansberry, S. L. (2005, November 8). Starting and maintaining your teaching portfolio. Lecture presented at the Institute for Teaching and Learning Excellence faculty development seminar.  

Fry, P., Stansberry, S. L., & Leport, D. (2005, November 3). Balancing career and life: Is it possible? Lecture presented at OSU Women’s Forum, Stillwater, OK.  

Stansberry, S. L. (2005, August 16). Take AIM: A practical approach for applying instructional styles. Lecture presented at “Integrating Teaching and Learning Styles into Library Instruction Course Designs” Council for Oklahoma Information Literacy’s summer workshop, Tulsa, OK.  

Fry, P., Goetze, S., & Stansberry, S.L. (2005, July 28). Balancing career and life. Speech presented at Oklahoma Library Association Supervisors, Managers, and Administrators (SMART) workshop, Stillwater, OK.  

Stansberry, S. L. (2005, June 22). Integrating web-based resources into the Algebra for All classroom. Workshop presented at No Child Left Behind Algebra for All Institute, Oklahoma City, OK. 

Stansberry, S. L. (2005, June 22). Peer coaching: Just whistle! Understanding the teacher’s role as leader in peer coaching. Workshop presented at No Child Left Behind Algebra for All Institute, Oklahoma City, OK. 

Stansberry, S. L. (2005, May 6). Technology issues impacting graduate teaching and research assistants. OSU College of Education Graduate Assistants Meeting, Stillwater, OK.  Stansberry, S. L. (2005, April 8). Integrating information technology into hypothesis based learning science classrooms. Lecture presented at Arthur Vining Davis HbL Conference, Oklahoma City, OK. 

Stansberry, S. L. (2005, April 4). Improving science instruction through the use of the HbL4u online community. Workshop conducted at 15th Annual Celebration of Teaching, Stillwater, OK.  

Stansberry, S. L., Fry, P., & Goetze, S. (2005, February 19). Balancing life and career. Speech presented at Fellowship of Christian Faculty and Staff, Stillwater, OK.  

Stansberry, S. L. (2004, December 3). One size does NOT fit all: Matching pedagogical practice with appropriate Blackboard tools. Colloquium conducted at the School of Teaching and Curriculum Leadership, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2004, November 16). Faculty use of websites. Lecture presented at OSU Information Technology Department's Tech Tuesday event., Stillwater, OK.  

Fry, P., Stansberry, S. L., & Goetze, S. (2004, November 12). Balancing career and life. Speech presented at OSU Forum on Women's Issues, Stillwater, OK.  

Hudson, G., & Stansberry, S. L. (2004, August 27). Hypothesis based learning: Taking the guesswork out of science achievement. Lecture presented at The Oklahoma State School Boards Association(OSSBA) and the Cooperative Council for Oklahoma School Administration (CCOSA) Conference and Exposition, Oklahoma City, OK.  

Elder, A., Estlin, G., Cowan, C., Fisher, A., Lehman, B., & Stansberry, S. L. (2004, April 30). Panel Discussion: Visioning academic success for historically underserved and underrepresented student groups in science, math, and technology. Speech presented at SEDL's Enhancing Science and mathematics Education through Technology 2004 Oklahoma spring Forum, Tulsa, OK .

Stansberry, S. L. (2004, April 24). Hypothesis based learning and instructional technology: perfect partners. Lecture presented at Arthur Vining Davis HbL Conference, Oklahoma City, OK.

Stansberry, S. L., Hudson, G., Van Dorn, K. (2004, April 5). The HBL4U project: Teaching science the way scientists do science.  Symposium conducted at the Celebration of Teaching at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2004, February 19). One size does NOT fit all: Matching pedagogical practice with appropriate Blackboard tools. In OSU faculty development series blackboard symposium. Symposium conducted at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2004, January 31). Finding your PLACE in missions and ministry. Symposium conducted at Eagle Heights Baptist Church, Stillwater, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2003, December 12). Improving science professional development through an online workshop. Symposium conducted at Oklahoma State University Center for Science Literacy Professional Development Institute, Stillwater, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2003, November 21). Integrating faith in the workplace as an OSU faculty member. Symposium conducted at a joint meeting of Stillwater Market Makers and OSU Fellowship of Christian Faculty and Staff, Stillwater, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2003, October 20). Instructional technology component development within the OSU star schools HbL4u project. In US department of education star schools project annual evaluation. Symposium conducted at Oklahoma State University – Tulsa, Tulsa, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2003, October 3). Integrating technology in the HBL science classroom. Paper presented at Oklahoma State University Center for Science Literacy Professional Development Institute, Stillwater, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2003, March 27). Library media @ OSU. In Continuing your library education in Oklahoma. Symposium conducted at Oklahoma Library Association Annual Conference, Tulsa, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2003, February 7). Integrating instructional technology into a hypothesis based learning science classroom. In Polaris teacher team training. Symposium conducted at Oklahoma State University Star Schools Project, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2003, January 29). The school library media specialist and the elementary teacher: How do they relate? In Senior seminar for elementary education majors. Symposium conducted at Oklahoma State University College of Education, Stillwater, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2003, January 29). The school library media specialist and the secondary language arts teacher: How do they relate? In Senior seminar for secondary language arts majors. Symposium conducted at Oklahoma State University College of Education, Stillwater, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2002, December 6). An overview of technology infusion initiatives in the OSU college of education. In Oklahoma higher education technology symposium. Symposium conducted at University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK.

Stansberry, S. L., Ausburn, L., Goetze, S. K., & Harris, E. L. (2002, November 7). Today’s technologies in teaching, research, and service. Symposium conducted at Oklahoma State University College of Education Emeriti Luncheon, Stillwater, OK.

Stansberry, S. L., Ausburn, L., & Sheeran, L. (2002, November 1). Using technology in teaching in the OSU college of education. In School of teaching and curriculum leadership monthly faculty meeting. Symposium conducted at Oklahoma State University College of Education, Stillwater, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2002, October 24). Instructional technology component development within the OSU star schools POLARIS project. In US department of education star schools project annual evaluation . Symposium conducted at University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM.

Stansberry, S. L. (2002, September/October 11). Mentoring girls preparing for careers in technology. In GirlTech mentor training. Symposium conducted at Oklahoma State Department of Career and Technology Education, Stillwater, OK .

Stansberry, S. L. (2002, July 10). John Goodlad on the topic of educational technology. In Brock symposium on excellence in education. Symposium conducted at University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2002, March 19). Instructional technology component development within the OSU star schools POLARIS project. In National education association state delegates meeting. Symposium conducted at NEA meeting, Dallas, TX.

Stansberry, S. L. (2002, February 20). Instructional technology component development within the OSU star schools POLARIS project. In US department of education star schools project annual evaluation. Symposium conducted at OSU Tulsa, Tulsa, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2001, October). Communication tools in blackboard. In Oklahoma state university fall faculty event. Symposium conducted at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2001, August). Electronic presentation composition and design. Paper presented at Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education Summer Conference, Tulsa, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2000, November). Distance education best practices. In State of Oklahoma techies day. Symposium conducted at Oklahoma State Department of Career and Technology Education, Stillwater, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (2000, March). Mom knows best: Advice for the distance educator. In Oklahoma state university technology information series. Symposium conducted at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK.

Stansberry, S. L. (1999, October). Community builders: Designing learner centered integrated lessons. In Holland Hall Technology Day. Symposium conducted at Holland Hall School Technology Day, Tulsa, OK.

Grants and Contracts Submitted but not funded

External Evaluator, The Efficacy of Supplemental Instruction and Motivating Student Participation: A Large-Scale, Multidisciplinary, Practical Implementation. US Department of Education: IES. CDFA Number 84.305A Not funded in 2012. Re-Submitted, not funded in 2014.

Co-Principal Investigator. ECLIPSE: Enhancing Cognition and Learning via an Intelligent Problem Solving Environment. NASA K-12 Cooperative Agreements Notice (CAN), NNG09Z13001. Submitted for $748,000. Not funded.

Co-Principal Investigator, CPATH-2: Rapid Computer Game Creation for Innovative Computing Education: A Scalable and Extensible Pedagogic Framework. National Science Foundation: Division of Computer and Network Systems: CISE Pathways to Integrated Undergraduate Computing Education (CPATH). Submitted for $794,947. Not funded.

Principal Investigator, Play4Learning: Understanding and Guiding Informal Learning of Science and Mathematics through Entertainment Video Games. National Science Foundation: Division of Research on Learning in Formal and Informal Settings: Informal Science Education. Submitted for $681,540. Not funded.

Principal Investigator, Northeast Oklahoma Math, Science and Technology Partnership: Creativity and Innovation for a Sustainable Future. Oklahoma State Department of Education Math & Science Partnership, 2008. Submitted for $83,608.

Principal Investigator, Creativity and Innovation for a Sustainable Future (with New Lima Public Schools, Langston University and Northwestern Oklahoma State University). Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education: No Child Left Behind, Part B, 2008. Submitted for $179,229. Not funded.

Co-Principal Investigator, EXPLORE: Oklahoma Educational exchanges: Partnership in Leading and Organizing Research-based teaching of Engineering concepts. National Science Foundation: Division for Undergraduate Education: MSP Start Partnerships, 2008. Submitted for $299,996. Not funded.

Principal Investigator. GAMES: Gaming & algebra make EOI successful. Oklahoma No Child Left Behind: 2006. Submitted October 2006 for $145,350.

Principal Investigator, Leveraging Emerging Technologies, Simulations, and Gaming Objects to Promote Learning in America’s Youth (LET’S GO PLAY). National Science Foundation Teacher Professional Continuum (TPC) 2005 (ED-05-RS-051). Submitted for $2,467,800.

Principal Investigator. Leveraging Emerging Technologies, Simulations, and Gaming Objects to Promote Learning in America’s Youth (LET’S GO PLAY). USDOE Star Schools 2005 (Ed-05-RI-047). Submitted for $2,418,315.

Principal Investigator. Oklahoma BlueSTEM: Building Lives Using Education in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education 2002 (ED-02-RI-042). Submitted for $220,161.

Principal Investigator. Project TOOLKIT: Technology Opportunities to Optimize Learning with K12 Impact Teachers. Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers for Technology: 1999.

Awards and Recognition

Outstanding Faculty Member from the College of Education, 2012 (OSU Panhellenic Council and Interfraternity Council)

College of Education Leadership and Service Excellence Award, 2012

Teacher Education Division Award for Service to the Division and AECT, 2012

Oklahoma State Board of Regents Distinguished Teaching Award, 2009-10

Certificate of Appreciation for Service to the School Media & Technology Division of AECT

“Friend of Non-Traditional Students” Award, OSU 2004

Excellence in Teaching with Technology Award, OSU 2004

Selected to serve as one of five judges nationwide for the 2004 Distance Education Award sponsored by the Institute for Telecommunications

Recipient, AcademicKeys Who’s Who in Education Award 2003

Frontier Public School Teacher of the Year 1996-97

Oklahoma Heritage Association Distinguished Service Award 1996

Dissertations Advised

"Teachers' Perceptions of edCamp Professional Development: A Q Method Study" by Toby Brown, July 2015

“A Model for Semi-Informal Online Learning Communities: A Case Study of the NASA INSPIRE Project” by Amanda Glasgow Keesee, July 2011

“Culture and Community in Online Courses: A Grid and Group Explanation” by Stephoni Case, April 2010

“The Effect of Wireless Mobile Cart Access on the Level of Inservice Teachers’ Technology Implementation” by Carol Fletcher-Knight, November 2008

“Investigation and Analysis of Online Reading Strategies” by Angel Kymes, April 2007
“Public School Teacher Use of Instructional Technology from a Cultural Adaptation Perspective” by Bruce A. Spitzer, April 2004

Development of Professional Products or Innovative Teaching Materials

Stansberry, S. L. (2010). Innovation Island: Innovation Technologies and Creativity in the Classrom. Retrieved January 19, 2011, from the Innovation Island website: http://edtech.okstate.edu/ipt

Stansberry, S. L. (2004). Take AIM: Assess teaching style, investigate instructional strategies, and match appropriate technologies. Retrieved April 18, 2004, from the Take AIM professional development website: http://fp.okstate.edu/stansbe/takeaim

Stansberry, S. L. (2004). Oklahoma teacher evaluation program online supplement. Retrieved April 18, 2004, from the OTEP online training supplement site: http://cs.okstate.edu/otep

Stansberry, S. L. (2003). Instructional technology and hypothesis based learning. Retrieved October 10, 2003, from Oklahoma State University Star Schools Project Web site: http://tech4u.org

Stansberry, S. L. (2002). Library Media @ OSU. Retrieved October 10, 2003, from Oklahoma State University College of Education web site: http://librarymedia.okstate.edu 

Stansberry, S. L. (2000). Your roadmap to distance education technology, level I. Stillwater, OK: Oklahoma State University College of Education, Extension Department. A curriculum workbook created for the US Coast Guard Auxiliary Distance Education Level I “C” School. Includes companion course CDROM.

Stansberry, S. L. (2000). Your roadmap to distance education technology, level II. Stillwater, OK: Oklahoma State University College of Education, Extension Department. A curriculum workbook created for the US Coast Guard Auxiliary Distance Education Level II “C” School. Includes companion course CDROM.

Stansberry, S. L. (1999). Your roadmap to distance education technology, level I. Stillwater, OK: Oklahoma State University College of Education, Extension Department. A curriculum workbook created for the US Coast Guard Auxiliary Distance Education Level I “C” School. Includes companion course CDROM.

Stansberry, S. L. (1999). Your roadmap to distance education technology, level II. Stillwater, OK: Oklahoma State University College of Education, Extension Department. A curriculum workbook created for the US Coast Guard Auxiliary Distance Education Level II “C” School. Includes companion course CDROM.

Bull, K. S., Stansberry, S., and Kimball, S. L. (1998) Instructional design for computer mediated learning. An Internet based program for development of instructional design skills for web based instruction. Oklahoma State University.

Acquisition of Internally Funded Research Projects, Grants and Contracts

Principal Investigator. Developing a Model Electronic Portfolio Assessment Initiative for Graduate Level Professional Education Programs. August 2002 – December 2002. Funded for $1,500.

Principal Investigator. Educational Software Services: Educational Software Review & Integrated Lesson Plan Website. Oklahoma State University Service Learning Grant: 1999. Funded for $1,000.

Administration of Grants and Contracts

Project Manager. Knowledge Innovation in Technology Education. USDOE Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers to use Technology: July 2001 – June 2002. Funded for $39,150.
Year Two: July 2002 – June 2003. Funded for $42,471.

Co-Author and Master Trainer. HB1815 Telecommunications and Distance Education Northeast Technology Training Consortium. January 1999-December 2003. Funded for $1,365,771.  

Other Creative Activities: Chairships, Reviewer

Founding Board Member of Journal of Formative Design in Learning, 2016

Editorial Board, Educational Technology Research & Development

Awards Chairman, School Media & Technology Division of AECT, 2005-06

Conference Planner, Association of Educational Communication and Technology, Orlando, FL, October 2005

Proposal Reviewer, American Educational Research Association

Proposal Reviewer, Association for Education and Communications Technology international conference

Proposal Reviewer, National Faculty Leadership Conference

Article Reviewer, Educational Technology Research & Development journal

Article Reviewer, Action in Teacher Education journal

Article Reviewer, Journal of Education in Library and Information Sciences

National and International Service

CAEP Accreditation Site Reviewer, 2016

Executive Board Member, AECT, 2010-12

AECT Executive Board Liaison to Professional Ethics Committee, 2012

Past President, Teacher Education Division of AECT, 2011-12

President, Teacher Education Division of AECT, 2010-11

President-Elect, Teacher Education Division of AECT, 2009-10

Past President, School Media & Technology Division of AECT, 2006-07

President, School Media & Technology Division of AECT, 2005-06

President-Elect, School Media & Technology Division of AECT, 2004-05

Awards Chairman, School Media & Technology Division of AECT, 2005-06

Appointed Member, AECT Standards Revision Committee, 2006-07

Appointed Member, AECT Elections/Nominations Committee, 2005-06

Appointed Member, AECT Standards and Accreditation Committee, 2005-06

Conference Planner, Association of Educational Communication and Technology, Orlando, FL, October 2005

International Society of Technology in Education Member

American Association of Computing in Education Member

American Library Association Member

American Association of School Librarians Member

Association of Educational Communications and Technology Member

National Social Science Association Member

National Council of Teachers of English Member

Proposal Reviewer, American Educational Research Association 2004 national conference

Proposal Reviewer, Association for Education and Communications Technology international conference 2002-06

Connect

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University, College, School, State and Regional Service

Stillwater Public Schools Curriculum and Technology Advisory Board member 2014-15

Meridian Technology Center Professional Development Committee member 2014-15

Oklahoma Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (OACTE) member 2010-16

OACTE Chair, Regents Relations Committee 2010-16

Founder and Director, Oklahoma State Student Media Festival 2006-12

Higher Education Representative, Oklahoma Technology Association Executive Board 2005-16

Oklahoma Library Association Member and Continuing Education Committee 2003-08                                                        

Oklahoma Association of School Library Media Specialists member

Oklahoma Distance Learning Association member

Ripley Public School Business & Computer Technology Advisory Council member

Perry Public Schools Technology Advisory Board member

Stillwater Public Schools Technology Advisory Board member

Meridian Technology Center Information Technology Advisory Committee member

Southcentral Regional Technology in Education Consortium Higher Education Cadre Technology Leadership Academy Participant 2001-2003

Program Chair, Ph.D. in Education, 2014-16

Program Coordinator, Ph.D. in Education, Professional Education Studies

Professional Education Unit Student Affairs Committee Chair, Oklahoma State University 2003-09

Professional Education Unit Residency Year Committee Evaluator 2001-09

OSU Institute for Teaching and Learning Excellence Early Career Faculty Development Committee 2005-07

OSU Course Management System Selection Committee 2005-06

OSU Strategic Planning Task Force – Undergraduate Academic Excellence 2004

OSU College of Education Distance Education and Instructional Technology Task Force 2003-04

OSU Faculty Governance Council Subcommittee: Long-Range Planning and Information Technology 2001-04

Search Committee Member, Vice President for Information Technology and Distance Learning and Chief Information Officer, Oklahoma State University 2003

Fellowship of Christian Faculty and Staff – OSU Chapter Member 2000-04; Leadership Team Member 2004-07

OSU Telecommunications Faculty Advisory Committee 2001-05

OSU Library Advisory Subcommittee: Annex Committee 2002-03

Oklahoma State University Technology Managers Organization 1997-01

Oklahoma State University Instructional and Administrative Roundtable Founder and Leader 2000

Oklahoma State Telecommunications and Distance Education Master Trainer 1998-00