The following doctoral students in the Instructional Design and Technology program in the School of Education presented papers at the 46th Annual Conference of the Eastern Educational Research Association:

  • Gabriel Adeneye, “Minimizing Collateral Loss: Towards Holistic Performance for Nontraditional Graduate Students”
  • Lumbini Barua, “Motivational Constructs in Online Learning: A Systematic Review of the Literature”
  • Barua, Adeneye, and Rebecca Clark-Stallkamp, “Analyzing and Determining Trends: The Research Value of Content Analysis”
  • Clark-Stallkamp and College of Engineering faculty member Alicia Johnson, “Verbal Persuasion and Graduate Student Self-Efficacy for Research Design”
  • Candido Mukuni, “Critical Thinking in the Classroom”

The conference took place February 9–10 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.