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Education

20092013

Ph.D.; Learning, Design, & Technology

University of Georgia

Dissertation: Effect of multimedia design principles on situational interest of adult learners

Chair: Dr. Robert Maribe Branch

19992000

M.S.; Agricultural Education

Texas A&M University

Thesis: Usage and awareness of the online Texas common application by students in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Texas A&M University

Chair: Dr. Kim E. Dooley

19941999

B.S.; Agricultural Science

Texas A&M University

Work History

2013

Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology

University of Wyoming Department of Professional Studies

Assistant Professor of; Laramie, WY: Develop and teach undergraduate and graduate courses related to instructional design and instructional technology, conduct scholarly research, advise graduate and undergraduate students, and provide professional service

20122013

Adjunct Instructor

James Madison University Learning, Technology & Leadership Education Department

Develop and teach undergraduate courses related to digital literacy and instructional technology, develop and administer tools to evaluate student progress, conduct courses via Blackboard and Collaborate, and mentor students as requested

20102013

Instructional Design Consultant

MoWerks Learning

Evaluate objective-content alignment in undergraduate curriculum, design interactive assessments for professional examinations, draft documentation to guide objective writing, and advise designers on multimedia best practices

20092009

Instructor

Blinn College Applied Business Program

Develop and teach undergraduate course business communications, develop and administer tools to evaluate student progress, supplement course delivery with online resources using the Angel learning management system, and mentor students as requested

20062009

eLearning Manager

Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service

Select, implement, and manage a learning management system(LearnCenter), develop eLearning content authoring strategy, direct eLearning course design and development, and evaluate new technologies related to eLearning

20012006

Instructional Design Specialist

Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service

Evaluate new technologies related to continuing education; write, edit, and produce  technical manuals and multimedia presentations; manage the Texas Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) Library; and coordinate Continuing Education Units (CEUs) requests for division courses

Awards

  • [2016] Gold Paper Award, 2016 Educational Technology World Conference (ETWC), Bali, Indonesia
  • [2016] Award for Advocacy, International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)
  • [2015] Presidential Award for outstanding service to AECT 2014-2015, Association for Educational Communications & Technology (AECT)
  • [2015] Information Age Publishers (IAP) - Distance Education Best Practices Award, Association for Educational Communications & Technology (AECT)
  • [2014] Mary Garland Early Career Fellowship, University of Wyoming College of Education
  • [2013] National Science Foundation Early Career Award, Association for Educational Communications & Technology (AECT)
  • [2013] Multimedia Production Graduate Student Immersive Learning Award, Association for Educational Communications & Technology (AECT)
  • [2013] Information Age Publishers (IAP) - Distance Education Best Practices Award, Association for Educational Communications & Technology (AECT)

Media Highlights

Certifications

Dec 2014

Google for Education Certified Innovator

Google/CUE
May 2016

Google Certified Educator, Level 2

Google

Publications

BOOKS & CHAPTERS

Published

Dousay, T. A. (2016). Tonia’s voice: From dirt roads to the ivory tower. In Donaldson, J. A. (Ed.), Our journeys: Women's voices in the field of educational technology.  New York: Springer.

Persichitte, K. A., Young, S., & Dousay, T. A.  (2016). Learner assessment in blended and online settings.  In M. D. Avgerino. & S. Gialamas (Eds.), Revolutionizing K-12 blended learning through the i2Flex classroom model. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Branch, R. M., & Dousay, T. A. (2015). Survey of instructional design models (5th ed.). Bloomington, IN: Association for Educational Communications & Technology.

Dousay, T. A. (2015). Reinforcing multiliteracies through design activities. In D. M. Baylen & A. D’Alba (Eds.), Essentials of teaching and integrating visual and media literacy (pp. 27–47). New York: Springer International Publishing. http://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-05837-5

Submitted for Review

Dousay, T. A., & Hayes, J. (accepted). Karma in comics: Discovering hidden superpowers through creating. In E. Janak & L. A. Sourdot (Eds.), You’re not cool just because you teach with comics: Studies on the integration of popular culture in teaching and learning about education. 05 September 2016.

REFEREED ARTICLES

Published

Dousay, T. A. (2016). Effects of redundancy and modality on the situational interest of adult learners in multimedia learning. Educational Technology Research and Development, 1–21. http://doi.org/10.1007/s11423-016-9456-3

Shepherd, C. E., Bolliger, D. U., Dousay, T. A., & Persichitte, K. (2016). Preparing teachers for online instruction with a graduate certificate program. TechTrends, 60(1). doi:10.1007/s11528-015-0015-2

Miller, D. R., & Dousay, T. A. (2015). Implementing augmented reality in the classroom. Issues and Trends in Educational Technology, 3(2), 1–11.

Shepherd, C. E., Dousay, T. A., Kvenild, C. Meredith, T. (2015). Fostering technology-rich service learning experiences between school librarians and teacher education programs. Knowledge Quest, 44(2), 44-52.

Darrington, B., & Dousay, T. A. (2015). Using multimodal writing to motivate struggling students, TechTrends, 59(6), 29–34. doi:10.1007/s11528-015-0901-7

Aldosemani, T. I., Shepherd, C. E., Gashim, I., & Dousay, T. A. (2015). Developing third places to foster sense of community in online instruction. British Journal of Educational Technology. doi:10.1111/bjet.12315

Submitted for Review

Dousay, T. A. (in review). An evolving makerspace for teacher education. International Journal of Designs for Learning (special issue). 03 October 2016.

Dousay, T. A., & Trujillo, N. (in review). An examination of gender and situational interest in multimedia learning environments. Learning, Media and Technology. 14 September 2016.

Dousay, T. A. (in review). Designing for creativity in interdisciplinary learning experiences. Journal selection pending decision of Educational Technology World Conference Committee. 20 August 2016.

Dousay, T. A., LaVanchy, J., Kilty, T., & Stone, D. (in review). Confessions of novice designers and their instructor. International Journal of Designs for Learning. 10 May 2016.

Works in Progress

Dousay, T. A., Anderle, J., Murtaugh, M., & LaVanchy, J. Using virtual interviews with inservice teachers to positively influence preservice teachers’ attitudes towards technology. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education (target publication).

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

Dousay, T. A., & Irick, E. M. (2016). Collaborative design: Where PBL and 21st century skills engage learners. In Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference (pp. 1394-1399–1286). Savannah GA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). Retrieved from https://www.learntechlib.org/p/171873/

Barreto, D., Dousay, T. A., Park, S. W., Chien, S. Y., Gay, M., Kim, S. M., Chang, Y., & Branch, R. M. (2012).  Exploring active learning as a strategy for teaching research methods in a socio-constructivism environment.  AERA Online Paper Repository. Washington, D.C.: American Education Research Association (AERA).

NON-REFEREED ARTICLES

Published

Dousay, T. A.  (2015). Teaching in a Digital Age, by A. W. (Tony) Bates. Quarterly Review of Distance Education, 16(4), 99-102.

Dousay, T. A. (2015). Conversations with innovators in learning and technology. TechTrends, 59(4), 18–21. doi:10.1007/s11528-015-0867-5

Dousay, T. A. (2015). Digital literacy in elementary and secondary education. In J. M. Spector (Ed.), SAGE encyclopedia of educational technology (pp. 219–221). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.

Dousay, T. A. (2015).  Leadership profile, Remembering Jackie Hill.  In M. Orey, S. A. Jones, & R. Branch (Eds.), Educational media and technology yearbook (Vol. 39).  New York: Springer.

Dousay, T. A. (2014).  Leadership profile, Dr. Philip L. Doughty.  In M. Orey, S. A. Jones, & R. Branch (Eds.), Educational media and technology yearbook (Vol. 38).  New York: Springer.

Dousay, T. A. (2014).  Leadership profile, Tribute to David Jonassen.  In M. Orey, S. A. Jones, & R. Branch (Eds.), Educational media and technology yearbook (Vol. 38).  New York: Springer.

Dousay, T. A. (2014).  Multimedia design and situational interest: A look at juxtaposition and measurement.  In M. Orey, S. A. Jones, & R. Branch (Eds.), Educational media and technology yearbook (Vol. 38). New York: Springer.

Dousay, T. A., & Branch, R. M. (2013). Visual competency.  In Richey, R. C. (Ed.), Encyclopedia of terminology for educational communications and technology.  New York: Springer.

Dousay, T. A., Igoche, D., & Branch, R. M. (2011).  Using self-regulated learning as a strategy for teaching research methods to doctoral students.  In M. Orey, S. A. Jones, & R. M. Branch (Eds.), Educational media and technology yearbook (Vol. 36).  New York: Springer.

In Press

Dousay, T. A., (accepted). Defining & differentiating the makerspace. Educational Technology. 27 July 2016.

Dousay, T. A., (in press) Response to M. David Merrill. In A. A. Carr-Chellman & G. Rowland, G. (Eds.), Issues in technology, learning, and instructional design: Classic and contemporary debates. New York: Taylor & Francis.

Dousay, T. A. (in press).  Leadership profile, Dr. Sharon Smaldino.  In M. Orey, S. A. Jones, & R. Branch (Eds.), Educational media and technology yearbook (Vol. 40).  New York: Springer.

Dousay, T. A. (in press).  Leadership profile, Dr. Edward Caffarella.  In M. Orey, S. A. Jones, & R. Branch (Eds.), Educational media and technology yearbook (Vol. 40).  New York: Springer.

Works in Progress

Hester-Croff, C., & Dousay, T. A. (invitation accepted). Education and the Internet: Elementary schools. In B. Warf (Ed.), SAGE encyclopedia of the internet. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.

Presentations

NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL

Refereed

Kopcha, T. J., Thomas, G., Brytenson, K., Pitman, B., & Dousay, T. A.  (2016, October). Making makers: Preparing teachers to engage in the maker movement. Panel discussion to be presented at the Association for Educational Communications & Technology Annual Convention, Las Vegas, NV.

Banas, J., Polly, D., Persichitte, K., Dousay, T. A., Fabrikant, K., Green, L., Jones, M.  (2016, October). Truth and consequences: The impact of the edTPA on teacher education programs and professional practice. Panel discussion to be presented at the Association for Educational Communications & Technology Annual Convention, Las Vegas, NV.

Asino, T. I., Dousay, T. A., Kapptie, J. Hine, K., Haselwood, S., & Baker, A. (2016, October). Reading between the lines: Where do social media platforms fit in the teacher professional development landscape? Panel discussion to be presented at the Association for Educational Communications & Technology Annual Convention, Las Vegas, NV.

York, C. S., Dousay, T. A., & Sinde, M. (2016, August). Preparing teachers to use Makerspaces. Session to be presented at the 4th International Symposium on New Issues in Teacher Education (ISNITE), Savonlinna, Finland.

Dousay, T. A. (2016, August). Designing for creativity in interdisciplinary learning experiences. Paper to be presented at the Educational Technology World Conference, Bali, Indonesia.

Dousay, T. A., & Hayes, J. (2016, June). Storytelling & comics: Unlocking digital making superpowers in Social Studies classes. Poster to be presented at the International Society for Technology in Education 2016 Conference and Expo, Denver, CO.

Dousay, T. A., & Irick, E. M. (2016, March). Collaborative design: Where PBL and 21st century skills engage learners. Paper to be presented at the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education annual conference, Savannah, GA.

Dousay, T. A., Anderle, J., Murtaugh, M. C., Kilty, T., & LaVanchy, J.  (2015, November).  Using virtual interviews with inservice teachers to positively influence preservice teachers’ attitudes towards technology. Concurrent session to be presented at the Association for Educational Communications & Technology Annual Convention, Indianapolis, IN.

Lee, E., Akcaoglu, M., Dousay, T. A., Boyer, D. M., & Brynteson, K.  (2015, November).  Makerspaces in higher education: Design, development, implementation, and research for teacher education and beyond.  Panel discussion to be presented at the Association for Educational Communications & Technology Annual Convention, Indianapolis, IN.

Baylen, D., D'Alba, A., Robinson, R., Dousay, T. A., Draper, D.  (2015, November).  Teaching and integrating visual and media literacy for all.  Panel discussion to be presented at the Association for Educational Communications & Technology Annual Convention, Indianapolis, IN.

Shepherd, C. Dousay, T. A., Bolliger, D. U., & Aldosemani, T.  (2015, November).  Designing third places to support program community and organizational networking in online education programs. Concurrent session to be presented at the Association for Educational Communications & Technology Annual Convention, Indianapolis, IN.

Dousay, T. A., Hamilton, A. J., & Brooks, A.  (2015, May).  Brining the maker movement to your classroom.  Presentation presented at the Google Edu On Air 2015 Conference. Retrieved from: https://educationonair.withgoogle.com/live/2015-may/day2/td005

Miller, C. T., York, C. S., & Dousay, T. A.  (2014, November).  Thirty-five years of leadership: A study on the impact of the Strohbehn and Cochran internships.  Concurrent session presented at the Association for Educational Communications & Technology Annual Convention, Jacksonville, FL.

Des Armier, D., Jr., Dousay, T. A., Shepherd, C.  (2014, November).  Students’ use of digital storytelling to enhance digital literacy skills: Implications for best practices in postsecondary education.  Concurrent session presented at the Association for Educational Communications & Technology Annual Convention, Jacksonville, FL.

Asino, T. I., Malapile, L. J., & Dousay, T. A. (2013, October).  Children as design partners: A case of Namibia, South Africa and US.  Roundtable session presented at the Association for Educational Communications & Technology Annual Convention, Anaheim, CA.

Dousay, T. A. (2013, October).  From death by PowerPoint to engaging Captivate: Lessons learned when implementing specific design principles.  Concurrent session presented at the Association for Educational Communications & Technology Annual Convention, Anaheim, CA.

Dousay, T. A. (2013, October).  Measuring the impact of multimedia design on situational interest of learners.  Roundtable session presented at the Association for Educational Communications & Technology Annual Convention, Anaheim, CA.

Branch, R. M., & Dousay, T. A. (2013, September). Survey of instructional design models. Paper presented at the Gaborone International Design Conference, Gaborone, Botswana.

Dousay, T. A., Orey, M., Burton, J., Lockee, B., Murtaugh, M., & Asino, T. I. (2013, February).  Graduate students in academia: Should they be seen and not heard?  Roundtable session presented at the Eastern Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Sarasota, FL.

Jensen, L., Barreto, D., & Dousay, T. A. (2013, February).  GameWerks: Fostering 21st century skills in a video game design apprenticeship.  Concurrent session presented at the Eastern Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Sarasota, FL.

Dousay, T. A. & Branch, R. M., (2012, October).  Designing multimedia to trigger and maintain situational interest.  Concurrent session presented at the Association for Educational Communications & Technology Annual Convention, Louisville, KY.

Barreto, D., Dousay, T. A., Park, S. W., Chien, S. Y., Gay, M., Kim, S. M., Chang, Y., & Branch, R. M. (2012, April).  Exploring active learning as a strategy for teaching research methods in a socio-constructivism environment.  Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Gay, M., Logan, R., & Dousay, T. A. (2012, February).  Aesthetic value of design elements in an educational game.  Poster session presented at the Eastern Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Hilton Head, SC.

Jensen, L., & Dousay, T. A. (2012, February).  GameWerks: Fostering creativity, motivation, and 21st century skills through game design.  Symposium presented at the Eastern Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Hilton Head, SC.

Logan, R., Dousay, T. A., & Gay, M. (2012, February).  Crafting a balance between learning and fun in an educational game.  Roundtable session presented at the Eastern Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Hilton Head, SC.

Dousay, T. A. & Logan, R. (2011, September).  Analyzing & evaluating the phases of ADDIE.  Paper presented at the Design, Development and Research Conference, Cape Town, South Africa.

Dousay, T. A. (2011, February).  Multimedia design of online coursework.  Roundtable session presented at the Eastern Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Sarasota, FL.

Dousay, T. A. & Logan, R., (2011, February).  Adventures in ADDIE: Lessons from the field.  Roundtable session presented at the Eastern Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Sarasota, FL.

Chien, J., Dousay, T. A., Park. S., Gay, M., Igoche, D., & Branch, R. M. (2010, June).  Text, period spacing, and mobile devices.  Presentation at the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education ED-MEDIA, Toronto, ON.

Dousay, T. A., Igoche, D., & Branch, R. M. (2010, February).  Teaching research methods: Perceptions of current and formal doctoral students.  Poster session presented at the presented at the Eastern Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Savannah, GA.

Invited/Non-Refereed

Dousay, T. A. (2016, October). Create your own interactive instructional videos with Camtasia & YouTube. Interactive workshop to be presented at the Association for Educational Communications & Technology Annual Convention, Las Vegas, NV.

Anderle, J. S. & Dousay, T. A. (2016, August). Teaching with technology: Leveraging classroom technology to engage leaners. Breakout session to be presented at the 22nd Annual Training Conference on Drugs, Alcohol and Impaired Driving, Denver, CO.

Dousay, T. A. (2016, June). Go paperless (relatively) painless. ISTE Google Playground session to be presented at the International Society for Technology in Education 2016 Conference and Expo, Denver, CO.

Persichitte, K. A., Dousay, T. A., Hodges, C. B., Schmidt, M., & Kopcha, T. J. (2016, March). AECT & SITE: Challenges of bridging theory, research, and practice. Panel discussion to be presented at the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education annual conference, Savannah, GA.

Hollett, T., Holden, J. I., Weible, J. L., & Dousay, T. A., (2015, November). Designing for playful learning. Panel discussion to be presented at the Association for Educational Communications & Technology Annual Convention, Indianapolis, IN.

Donaldson, A., Smaldino, S., Herring, M., Leutkehans, L. M., Persichitte, K., Dousay, T. A., & Mellish, L. L., (2015, November). Walking in their footsteps (or high heels): AECT women discuss the influence of the women who paved the way. Panel discussion to be presented at the Association for Educational Communications & Technology Annual Convention, Indianapolis, IN.

Dousay, T. A., (2015, June). A heritage of making comics. Interactive presentation at the 1st Annual National Maker Faire, Washington, D.C.

Dousay, T. A., Hamilton, A. J., & Brooks, A.  (2015, May).  Brining the maker movement to your classroom.  Presentation presented at the Google Edu On Air 2015 Conference. Retrieved from: https://educationonair.withgoogle.com/live/2015-may/day2/td005

Dousay, T. A., & Smith, S.  (2014, November).  Grant Seeking & Writing for P12 Teachers.  Workshop session presented at the Association for Educational Communications & Technology Annual Convention, Jacksonville, FL.

Asino, T. I., Malapile, L. J., & Dousay, T. A. (2013, May).  Children as designers: A case of Namibia, South Africa and US.  Presentation at eLearning Africa 2013, Windhoek, Namibia.

Branch, R., Dousay, T. A., Walker, B., Valentine, K., & Gay, M. (2011, September).  A high fidelity instructional strategy.  Roundtable session presented at the Meeting of AoB AcademE of Botswana, Gaborone, Botswana. 

STATE/LOCAL

Invited/Non-Refereed

Dousay, T. A. (2016, November). Learn something new every day. Capnote speech to be presented at the Wyoming Extension Professional Improvement Conference (EPIC), Laramie, WY.

Dousay, T. A. (2016, October). Make-what? Concurrent session presented at the e-Volution Conference, Laramie, WY.

Dousay, T. A.  (2016, September).  Going Google-y. Demonstration and discussion presented for the University of Wyoming Ellbogen Center for Teaching and Learning TNT Lunchbox Series, Laramie, WY.

Dousay, T. A. (2016, June). Creating comics with Google Slides & Drawings. Interactive session to be presented at the EdTechTeam Wyoming Summit Featuring Google for Education, Riverton, WY.

Dousay, T. A. (2016, June). Herding cats with Google Apps. Interactive session to be presented at the EdTechTeam Wyoming Summit Featuring Google for Education, Riverton, WY.

Shepherd, C. E., & Dousay, T. A. (2016, May). Service learning and community partnerships in distance programs. Session to be presented at the WyDEC Distance Education Conference, Casper, WY.

Shepherd, C. E., Bolliger, D. U., Dousay, T. A., & Persichitte, K. A. (2016, May). Developing a sense community that extends beyond course boundaries. Session to be presented at the WyDEC Distance Education Conference, Casper, WY.

Shepherd, C. E., Smith, S., & Dousay, T. A. (2016, May). Painting with programming. Interactive session at the Women in STEM Conference, Laramie, WY.

Dousay, T. A. (2016, May). Cardboard arcade: Level up with STEM. Interactive presentation at the Wyoming Technology-Engagement-Curriculum Connection (WyTECC) Annual Conference, Green River, WY.

Dousay, T. A. (2016, February). Technology enhanced active learning strategies. Discussion presentation at the 1st Annual Wyoming K16 All Sciences Summit, Casper, WY.

Dousay, T. A. (2015, October). Skulls & [cross]bones with WyoMakers. Interactive presentation at the No Co Mini Maker Faire, Loveland, CO.

Dousay, T. A. (2015, October). From the Avengers to Zod: Unmasking comics and multiliteracies in the classroom. Interactive workshop at the University of Wyoming Literacy Education Conference, Laramie, WY.

Paratore, J., Dalton, B., Dousay, T. A., Mielke, T., Geringer, J., & James, J. (2015, October). Multiple modes of literacy.  Interactive panel discussion at the University of Wyoming Literacy Education Conference, Laramie, WY.

Irick, E. M., & Dousay, T. A. (2015, September). Design partnerships: Fabric printing and pattern making between undergraduate and middle grades students. Concurrent presented at the e-Volution Conference, Laramie, WY.

Dousay, T. A., Bryant, H. V., & Kilty, T. (2015, September). Virtually powerful: structuring online internships for experiential learning in a graduate program. Concurrent session presented at the e-Volution Conference, Laramie, WY.

Dousay, T. A., & Mathieson, S. (2015, September). Experiential and service learning in the UW Lab School through faculty partnerships. Roundtable session presented at the e-Volution Conference, Laramie, WY.

Dousay, T. A., & O’Donnell, J.  (2015, May). Your superhero sidekicks: Google add-ons & extensions.  Concurrent session presented at the Wyoming Technology-Engagement-Curriculum Connection (WyTECC) Annual Conference, Rock Springs, WY.

Shepherd, C. E., Bolliger, D. U., Dousay, T. A., & Persichitte, K.  (2015, May). Preparing a new generation of teachers to teach online.  Concurrent session presented at the Wyoming Technology-Engagement-Curriculum Connection (WyTECC) Annual Conference, Rock Springs, WY.

Dousay, T. A.  (2015, April).  Using Camtasia and segmented videos to foster student autonomy and engagement in an online course. Demonstration and discussion presented for the University of Wyoming Ellbogen Center for Teaching and Learning, Laramie, WY.

Dousay, T. A.  (2015, April).  Using social media in the classroom.  Panel discussion participant for the University of Wyoming Ellbogen Center for Teaching and Learning, Laramie, WY.

Dousay, T. A.  (2015, March).  Ideas for incorporating technology in the classroom. Panel discussion participant for the University of Wyoming Ellbogen Center for Teaching and Learning, Laramie, WY.

Dousay, T. A. (2015, March).  Teaching with robots: Math and science. Presentation for the SaturdayU program. Jackson, WY.

Dousay, T. A. (2014, September).  Collaborative tools for multimedia learning & development in online courses.  Roundtable session presented at the e-Volution Conference, Laramie, WY.

Trujillo, N., & Dousay, T. A. (2014, March). An examination of gender and situational interest in multimedia learning environments. Session presented at the College of Education Research Symposium, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY.

Dousay, T. A. (2009, February).  eLearning development & instructional design.  Roundtable session presented at the State of Texas DIR Inter-Agency Training Expo, Austin, TX.

Dousay, T. A. (2009, February).  Aligning objectives with engaging activities [eBlooms].  Presentation for the E-Learning Council and State of Texas DIR Webinar Series, Austin, TX.

Dousay, T. A. (2009, February).  Engaging the online learner.  Presentation for the E-Learning Council and State of Texas DIR Webinar Series, Austin, TX.

Dousay, T. A. (2009, February).  eLearning in the 21st century.  Presentation at the State of Texas DIR E-Learning Forum, Austin, TX.

Dousay, T. A., & Martin, R. (2008, November).  From lecture to online: Learner-centered design.  Presentation at the Lee College Innovations in Teaching & Learning Technology Conference, Baytown, TX.

McNew, K., & Dousay, T. A. (2008, October).  eLearning development.  Presentation at the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education (TCLEOSE) Training Coordinator’s Conference, Corpus Christi, TX.

Grant Activity

FUNDED

Year Grant Title Role PI(s) Funded

2015

RAMPED: Robotics, Applied Mathematics, Physics, and Engineering Design

Source: Wyoming Department of Education Math-Science Partnership Grant Program

Consultant

Burrows, A.

$213,000

2014

Building a makerspace at the University of Wyoming

Source:  Mary Garland Early Career Fellowship, University of Wyoming College of Education

PI

Dousay, T. A.

$25,000

2014

Google Glass applications in the classroom

Source: University of Wyoming Outreach Credit Programs TIE Grant Program

PI

Dousay, T. A.

$650

2014

Content fluency through a visual literacy design activity

Source: University of Wyoming American Heritage Center

PI

Dousay, T. A.

$2000

PENDING

 

Year Grant Title Role PI(s) Applied

2016

CAREER: Bridging the maker movement across disciplines

Source: National Science Foundation

PI

Dousay, T. A.

$558,890

UNFUNDED

Year Grant Title Role PI(s) Applied

2016

Making, hacking, & tinkering: University freshmen tackle real world problems

Source: University of Wyoming Faculty Grant-In-Aid

PI

Dousay, T. A.

$7500

2015

Outreach School, Ellbogen Center for Teaching and Learning, & College of Education Joint Proposal for the UW Graduate Recruiting Initiative AY2015-2016: Establishing virtual internships for online doctoral students

 

Source: University of Wyoming Office of Academic Affairs

Co-PI

Dousay, T.A.

Boggs, C.

Van Balen-Wood, M.

$20,000

2015

Gamification and creativity in an app to stimulate secondary and postsecondary interest in engineering careers

 

Source:  National Science Foundation Professional Formation of Engineers (PFE: RIEF) Research Initiation in Engineering Formation

Co-PI

Denzer, A.

Wang, L.

Dousay, T. A.

$150,000

2014

Applied integration of math & science (AIMS) professional development program for K12 teacher

 

Source: Wyoming Department of Education Math-Science Partnership Grant Program

Co-PI

Roth, D.

Dousay, T. A.

$175,000

2014

Perceptions of professional ethics of pre-service & in-service teachers

 

Source: University of Wyoming Faculty Grant-In-Aid

PI

Dousay, T. A.

$650

2012

On the rail: A learning game to support history education.

 

Source: Entertainment Software Association Foundation

Co-PI

Orey, M.

Dousay, T. A.

$50,000

 

 

Courses taught

UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING

ITEC 1101 FYS: Making, Hacking, & Tinkering: Creating in the Modern World (3 credits)

Delivery: Face-to-face

Level: Undergraduate

Description: Search and purchasing habits, social network posts, friend initiated tags, and other information generates a semi-permanent digital image that corporations mine to sell products and services and make hiring decisions. How accurate is your digital profile? Does it include the information you want to share? This course explores digital profiles, how information is collected and interpreted, and develops management plans so students can take control of their personal and professional identities.

  • Summer 2016, 12 students

 

ITEC 1101 FYS: Taking Control of Your Digital Image (3 credits)

Delivery: Online, synchronous weekly meetings

Level: Undergraduate

Description: The path to designing and implementing solutions to real world problems or even little projects that challenge us from day to day is messy. What information is necessary to see the big picture? How many different solutions are possible? What tools are available to solve the problem? Will our solution work? Together, we'll tackle these questions on the road to making, hacking, and tinkering our way through problems facing Laramie, UW, and the state of Wyoming.

  • Fall 2016, 23 students

ITEC 2360 Teaching with Technology (3 credits)

Delivery: Face-to-face with field experience

Level: Undergraduate

Description: The purpose of this course is to introduce students to a variety of technology and simulate the conditions under which educators typically work with technology in their classrooms.

  • Fall 2013, 18 students
  • Spring 2014, 22 students
  • Summer 2014, 15 students
  • Spring 2015, 26 students
  • Summer 2015, 12 students
  • Fall 2015, 22 students
  • Spring 2016, 25 students

ITEC 4340 Integrating Technology in Teaching (3 credits)

Delivery: Online

Level: Undergraduate/Graduate

Description: This course focuses on the theories and practices behind successful integration of technology into the 21st century classroom and requires students to develop an advanced plan for the actual implementation of a technological tool in their area of specialization.

  • Summer 2013, 18 students
  • Summer 2016, 20 students

 

ITEC 5120 Media Workshop in P12 Grant Writing (1 credits)

Delivery: Online

Level: Graduate

Description: An introduction to grant seeking and workshop on how to create a funding plan and draft a grant proposal specifically for the P12 classroom teacher.

  • Summer 2014, 9 students

 

ITEC 5120 Media Workshop in Digital Imaging (3 credits)

Delivery: Online

Level: Graduate

Description: An introduction to digital and mobile photography, image manipulation, and applications of digital imaging in professional contexts.

  • Summer 2015, 24 students

ITEC 5160 Introduction to Instructional Design (3 credits)

Delivery: Online

Level: Graduate

Description: This course is an introduction to the theory and practice of instructional design. It includes an intensive study of the instructional design process and application of the process to solve instructional problems.

  • Fall 2013, 19 students

ITEC 5320 Message Design (3 credits)

Delivery: Online

Level: Graduate

Description: This course introduces the theoretical frameworks and skills necessary to evaluate and create visual representations of information. Topics of application include visual literacy, learning theories, instructional design, instructional technology, and information presentation.

  • Spring 2015, 16 students
  • Spring 2016, 20 students 

ITEC 5350 Multimedia Development (3 credits)

Delivery: Online

Level: Graduate

Description: An introduction to fundamental photographic procedures that teachers, administrators, and others can apply to solve communication problems. Includes the selection of cameras, films, and the appropriate utilization of these and other photographic equipment often found in today's schools and other social institutions. Laboratory time is expected to extend beyond scheduled class hours. A materials fee will be assessed.

  • Spring 2014, 20 students
  • Spring 2015, 7 students
  • Spring 2016, 18 students

ITEC 5870 Seminar on Message Design (3 credits)

Delivery: Online

Level: Graduate

Description: This course introduces the theoretical frameworks and skills necessary to evaluate and create visual representations of information. Topics of application include visual literacy, learning theories, instructional design, instructional technology, and information presentation.

  • Spring 2014, 20 students

 

PRST 5610 Introduction to Doctoral Studies (3 credits)

Delivery: Hybrid

Level: Graduate

Description: Introduce incoming doctoral students to the fundamentals of doctoral study for the Ph.D. degree. Includes developing an understanding of higher education, the organization and purposes of doctoral programs, and the exploration of the roles of teaching, research, and service at the university.

  • Fall 2015, 11 students
  • Fall 2016, 8 students

 

JAMES MADISON UNIERSITY 

LTLE 150 Information in Contemporary Society (3 credits)

Delivery: Online

Level: Undergraduate

Description: The purpose of this course is to generate awareness of, and critical engagement with, information and related systems and processes that influence contemporary society.

  • Spring 2013, 20 students

 

LTLE 370 Instructional Technology (3 credits)

Delivery: Online

Level: Undergraduate

Description: This course engages learners in the systematic planning of selecting, using, and evaluating instructional media and designing for learning environments.

  • Spring 2013, 30 students
  • Fall 2012, 30 students

 

University of Georgia  

EDIT 9990 Information Design (3 credits)

Delivery: Hybrid

Level: Graduate  [Co-Instructor]

Description: This course provides the foundation for learners to effectively messages for presenting through a variety of media.

  • Spring 2012, 6 students

 

EDIT 7550 Managing Instructional Technology Projects (3 credits)

Delivery: Online

Level: Graduate  [Co-Instructor]

Description: The purpose of this introductory course is to prepare students to plan, organize and manage projects of all types, but particularly projects that involve some sort of technology.

  • Summer 2012, 23 students

 

EDIT 2000 Introduction to Computers for Teachers (3 credits)

Delivery: Face-to-face

Level: Undergraduate

Description: This course focuses on creating teaching and learning environments using technology, including designing products for learning environments

  • Spring 2011, 22 students

 

BLINN COLLEGE 

BMGT 2305 Business Communications (3 credits)

Delivery: Face-to-face

Level: Undergraduate

Description: This course focuses on the study of advanced principles of oral and written communication for managers in the workplace.

  • Spring 2009, 21 students

Affiliations

CURRENT

  • Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)
  • SIG Division of Distance Learning of AECT
  • SIG Teacher Education Division of AECT
  • International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)
  • Professors of Instructional Design and Technology (PIDT)
  • Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE)
  • Wyoming Technology-Engagement-Curriculum Connection (WyTECC)

PAST

  • Eastern Educational Research Association (EERA)
  • Texas Distance Learning Association (TxDLA)
  • Association for Talent Development (ATD, formerly ASTD)
  • eLearning Guild

Service

NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL

Leadership

[2015-2018] AECT Awards Committee

[2015-2016] AECT SIG Division of Distance Learning President-Elect

[2015-2016] AECT Nominating Committee

[2015-2016] Google Certified Innovator Program Mentor

[2014-2016] Google Educator Group (GEG) – High Plains Chapter Leader

[2013-2016] AECT Leadership Intern Program Coordinator

[2013-2014] AECT SIG Graduate Student Assembly Past-President

[2012-2013] AECT SIG Graduate Student Assembly President

[2011-2012] AECT SIG Graduate Student Assembly President-Elect

Scholarly Activities

[2016-2017] TechTrends special issue guest co-editor, Social media & emerging spaces: Professional development in the 21st century

[2015-2019] Graduate Faculty Scholar, Northern Illinois University

[2015-2016] #AECTchat co-moderator & coordinator

[2015-2016] #wyoedchat guest moderator

[2015-2016] TechTrends journal reviewer

[2014-2015] ATD/IACET: Instructional Design Competency Study Advisory Board member

[2013-2016] AECT Awards Committee, member

[Fall 2014] Manuscript Editor, SAGE Open

[Spring 2014] Smarter Balanced® Online Panel for Achievement Level Setting, English/Language Arts – High School 

Conference Planning

[2016] AECT SIG Division of Distance Learning Annual Convention Planner (Las Vegas, NV)

[2015] PIDT Conference Co-Planner (Estes Park, CO)

[2014] AECT Annual Convention Planner (Jacksonville, FL)

[2013] AECT SIG Graduate Student Assembly Annual Convention Planner (Anaheim, CA)

[2012] AECT SIG Graduate Student Assembly Annual Convention Co-Planner (Louisville, KY)

[2011] AECT Annual Convention Volunteer Supervisor (Jacksonville, FL)

[2011] IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT) Conference Volunteer (Athens, GA)

[2010] AECT Annual Convention Volunteer Supervisor (Anaheim, CA)

[2009] AECT Annual Convention Volunteer (Louisville, KY)

UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING

[2016] 3rd John P. Ellbogen Center for Teaching & Learning Summer Institute, Mentor

[2015-2016] State of Wyoming Digital Learning Plan, Advisory Panel Member

[2015-2016] College of Education Technology Committee, Department of Professional Studies Representative & Committee Chair

[2015-2016] International Programs Office Digital Consultant

[2015-2015] WySTEM partner, WyoMakers makerspace

[Fall 2015] University Studies Program Committee, College of Education Representative

[2015-2016] College of Engineering Student Innovation Center Planning Committee

[2014-2016] Laramie Robotics Club faculty mentor

[2014-2015] University of Wyoming College of Education Research Symposium Planning Committee

[2014-2016] College of Education Advisory Council for Teacher Education, Department of Professional Studies Representative

[2014-2015] College of Education International Action Council, Department of Professional Studies Delegate

[2013-2015] Laramie Friendship Families, Host family for international students

UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA 

[2011-2012] Graduate Researchers in Educational Psychology and Instructional Technology Past President

[2010-2011] Department of Educational Psychology and Instructional Technology Executive Committee, ex-officio member

[2010-2011] Instructional Technology Students Association Vice President

[2010-2012] Instructional Technology Students Association Website Committee Chairperson

[2010-2011] Graduate Researchers in Educational Psychology and Instructional Technology President

 [2009-2012] Graduate Researchers in Educational Psychology and Instructional Technology Website Committee Chairperson