Ed Tech Student Jiahui Wang Receives Another Award

Our Ed Tech PhD student Ms. Jiahui Wang has been selected by the UF College of Education to receive the Dr. Jess Patten and Sharon Van Dame Elliott Scholarship Endowment in the amount of $1000. Please join me in congratulating Jiahui. This the second (or third?) award she has received for her scholarship in the past 6 months! Way to go, Jiahui!

Former doctoral student Dr. Kleinheksel and Dr. Ritzhaupt publish in Computers & Education

Kleinheksel, A. J. & Ritzhaupt, A. D. (2017). Measuring the adoption and integration of virtual patient simulations in nursing education: An exploratory factor analysis. Computers & Education, 108, 11 – 29.

Ed Tech PhD Student Jiahui Wang Receives the Outstanding Achievement Award

Our PhD student Jiahui Wang has been selected by the College of Education to receive the Outstanding Achievement Award! Please join me in congratulating her.

Jiahui has also recently published an eye tracking study on the holistic processing of visuo-spatial information in the prestigious journal Dyslexia next to such well-known scholars as Usha Goswami:

Way to go, Jiahui! We are very proud of you.

Dr. Ritzhaupt and Former Students Publish in International Journal of Gaming and Computer-Mediated Simulations

Ritzhaupt, A. D., Poling, N., Frey, C., Kang, Y. & Johnson, M. (2016). A phenomenological study of games, simulations, and virtual environments courses: What are we teaching and how? International Journal of Gaming and Computer-Mediated Simulations, 8(3), 59 – 73.

Dr. Tom Reeves visits UF Ed Tech

Dr. Tom Reeves, Professor Emeritus from the University of Georgia visited the Educational Technology program. Below is a picture from his visit and a link to his presentation.

Link To Presentation

Dr. Antonenko and colleagues receive a NSF ITEST grant

Education professor wins $1.2 million grant to lead UF team on 3-D paleontology technology project. University of Florida educational technology researcher Pasha Antonenko is leading a team of UF scientists from multiple disciplines to create a novel curriculum for the middle and high school grades and assist paleontologists working on projects worldwide. Called “iDigFossils,” the project will allow middle- and high-school students who are studying fossils to scan them in three dimensions and upload them to virtual collections that paleontologists and others can access worldwide and reproduce using 3-D printers. It is a collaboration with teachers and students in 10 public schools in California and Florida.

Doc students Aaron Thomas and Robert Davis and Dr. Antonenko publish on video annotation technology

Thomas, A., Antonenko, P., & Davis, R. (2016). Understanding metacomprehension accuracy within video annotation systems. Computers in Human Behavior, 58, 269-277.

Doctoral students and Dr. Ritzhaupt publish in Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education

Ritzhaupt, A. D., Huggins, A. C., Madley, S., Ruggles, K. & Wilson, M. (2016). Validation of the Survey of Preservice Teachers’ Knowledge of Teaching and Technology: A multi-institutional sample. Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education, 32(1), 26 – 37.

Ed Tech Program Represents College of Education in Inauguration Showcase

PhD students Jiahui Wang and Robert Davis and their mentor Pasha Antonenko were invited to represent our College during the UF Inauguration Showcase. President Fuchs even got to try on NeurAL Lab’s EEG headgear!

Photos from the event:

Doc student Shilpa Sahay wins AECT thesis competition

Let’s congratulate Shilpa Sahay on being selected as one of the five finalists in AECT’s 3-minute Thesis Competition. Way to go, Shilpa!