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Dr. Janet Holland

Associate Professor

Education:

Ph.D., Univeristy of Kansas, 2006

M.A., Emporia State University, 2002

B.A., Wichita State University, 1977

Biography:

Dr. Janet L. Holland is an associate professor in Instructional Design and Technology Department in The Teachers College at Emporia State University, Emporia, KS. Dr. Holland teaches synchronous and asynchronous courses in a Master’s of Science degree program in Instructional Design and Technology. Courses taught are in the areas of instructional design, webpage design, image editing, animation, and emerging media used for instruction and training.

Her research has been documented in publications such as IGI Global, Tech Trends, International Journal for Cross-Disciplinary Subjects in Education, National Social Science Technology Journal, The International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning, International Association for Development of the Information Society (IADIS) Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems, London International Conference on Education, and The International Center for Innovation in Education. She has served as president of the Kansas Association for Educational and Communications Technology (KAECT), and conference chair. Research and publication interests include human computer interaction in the field of instructional design and technology, online learning, mobile learning, globalization and wearable technologies. She has won awards for both teaching and research at Emporia State University. As an instructional designer, new technologies are continually examined in an effort to inspire innovative teaching and learning practices.

Significant achievements:

2013 Teachers College Award for Excellence in Scholarly Activity

2010 Conference Chair - Kansas Association for Educational Communications & Technology (KAECT) Emporia, KS

2009 Teachers College Award for Excellence in Teaching

2009 President – Kansas Association for Educational Communications & Technology (KAECT)

Goals for scholarly activity and research:

Explore emerging technologies and their impact upon teaching, learning, and training

Research innovative instructional practices

Examine professional development and training practices

Analyze the alignment of instructional design models with technology integration

Track and examine shifting trends and patterns of human computer interactions

Courses taught:

IT325 - Instructional Technology for Educators (PC Lab)

IT371 - Advanced Instructional Technology for Educators (Mac Lab)

IT710 - Webpage Design (Online & Campus)

IT719 - Photoshop for Teaching and Learning (Online & Campus)

IT717 - Podcast Production (Online)

IT743 - Web 2.0 Collaboration Tools (Online)

IT810 - Multimedia Design (Online)

IT820 - Designing & Developing Web-Based Training (Online & Campus)

Recent publications:

Peer Reviewed Book Chapters

Holland J. (2013). Mobile learning apps: Evaluating instructional needs. Interdisciplinary mobile media and communications: Social, political, and economic implications. Advances in Wireless Technologies and Telecommunication (AWTT) Book Series, Hershey, PA: IGI Global. (In process)

Holland J. & Howell, D., (2012). Examining Web 2.0 e-Learning tools: Mixed method classroom pilot. Information Systems Research and Exploring Social Artifacts: Approaches and Methodologies, Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Holland J. & Holland J. (2010). Globalization of instruction: Developing intellectual capital. Intellectual Capital and Technological Innovation: Knowledge-Based Theory and Practice, Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 39-54.

Holland, J. (2009). Technology infused service learning: Changing our world. Looking Toward the Future of Technology Enhanced Education: Ubiquitous Learning and the Digital Native, Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 107-122.

Holland J., (2009). A scale of affective satisfaction in online learning communities. Handbook of Research on Socio-Technical Design and Social Networking Systems, Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 650-667.

Holland J., (2009). Integrating student peer mentoring in collaborative e-learning environments. Handbook of Research on Electronic Collaboration and Organizational Synergy, Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 362-377.

Holland J. & Childress M. (2008). Conversation theory conceptualized in e-learning environments. The Handbook of Conversation Design for Instructional Applications, Idea Group Incorporated: Hershey, PA, 80-89.

Holland J. & Morrow J. (2008). Pask and ma join forces in an elementary course. The Handbook of Conversation Design for Instructional Applications, Idea Group Incorporated: Hershey, PA, 252-263.

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Holland, J. (2014). Implications of shifting technologies in education. Tech Trends, Springer, May/June. (Approved)

Holland, J. (2011). Cross discipline technology integration. International Journal for Cross-Disciplinary Subjects in Education (IJCDSE), 1(4), May.

Holland, J. (2011). Use voicethread to merge audio-based chat with interactive media for dynamic online multimodal teaching and learning. National Social Science Technology Journal, National Social Science Association (NSSA),1(1), May, Las Vegas, NV.

Holland, J. (2010). Inspiring active learning with voicethread technology. The International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning, April.

Holland J., (2009). Creating digital scrapbooks for innovative teaching and learning. National Social Science Association (NSSA), Las Vegas, NV, 41(3), 93.

Holland J. & Childress M. (2007). Creating podcast e-broadcast for teaching and learning. National Social Science Association, 35(2), 98.

Peer Reviewed Published Conference Papers

Holland, J. (2011). Selecting Web 2.0 tools for e-learning. International Association for Development of the Information Society (IADIS) Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems, Rome, Italy July 20-26.

Holland, J. (2010). Innovative multimodal teaching and learning with the new voicethread audio-based chat technology. London International Conference on Education (LICE), London, England.

Holland, J. (2009). Creating digital scrapbooks for innovative teaching and learning, National Social Science Association (NSSA), Las Vegas, NV, 41(3), 93-101.

Holland J. & Phelps C. (2008). Around the world with 360 degree panoramic images. The International Center for Innovation in Education (ICIE), Paris, France, D7.

Holland J. & Tuel S. (2008). Creating 360-degree panoramic images. National Social Science Association, 38(1), 66.

Contact Information:

jholland@emporia.edu
Visser Hall 328
620.341.5650