Barbara Lockee Received Achievement Award, Published in Textbook and Journal
November 2, 2020
Barbara Lockee, a professor in the School of Education, received the Association for Educational Communications and Technology Annual Achievement Award, an annual award that recognizes a high-profile achievement significant to the advancement of educational communications and technology.
The award was presented for “The Difference between Emergency Remote Teaching and Online Learning” EDUCAUSE Review, March 20, 2020, with Charles B. Hodges, Stephanie Moore, Torrey Trust, and Aaron Bond.
In addition, Lockee published “Exploring the Evolution of IDT Disciplinary Knowledge through Citation Context Analysis,” Research Methods in Learning Design and Technology, ed. Enilda Romero-Hall (New York, New York, and Abingdon, United Kingdom: Routledge, 2020), pp. 161–75, with Wendy Gentry; and “Designing Forward: ID Considerations for Online Learning in the COVID-10 Context,” Journal of Applied Instructional Design 9.3 (2020): 1–5.