The Instructional Architect Research Group offers professional development workshops to help teachers learn to use free, high-quality science, technology, and mathematics resources and tools in their classrooms. The work is funded by the National Science Foundation and collaborating with the National Science Digital Library.
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2012

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Investigating Impacts of Technology-Related Teacher Professional Development Designs: A Comparative Case Study, Mimi Recker, Linda Sellers, and Lei Ye

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COMPARING TECHNOLOGY-RELATED TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DESIGNS: A MULTILEVEL STUDY OF TEACHER AND STUDENT IMPACTS, Andrew Walker, Mimi Recker, Lei Ye, Brooke Robertshaw, Linda Sellers, and Heather Leary

2011

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Integrating Technology and Problem-based Learning: A Mixed Methods Study of Two Teacher Professional Development Designs, Andrew Walker, Mimi Recker, Brooke Robertshaw, Jeffrey Olsen, Heather Leary, Lei Ye, and Linda Sellers; The Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-Based Learning

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Designing For Problem Based Learning: A Comparative Study Of Technology Professional Development, Andrew Walker, Mimi Recker, Brooke Robertshaw, Jeffrey Olsen, Linda Sellers, Heather Leary, Yu-Chun Kuo, and Lei Ye

2010

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IA Quality Guide, Sarah Giersch, Heather Leary, and Mimi Recker

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Where in the World? Demographic Patterns in Access Data, Mimi Recker, Beijie Xu, Sherry Hsi, and Christine Garrard

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Teacher professional development models: Inquiry into concurrent versus separate technology and pedagogical knowledge and use, Brooke Robertshaw, Jeffery Olsen, and Andrew Walker; Association for Educational Communications and Technology

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Experiences in the Field: The Evolution of a Teacher Technology Professional Development Model, M. Brooke Robertshaw, Andrew E. Walker, Mimi M. Recker, Heather Leary, and Linda Sellers; New Science of Learning: Cognition, Computers, and Collaboration in Education

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Integrating Technology and Problem-Based Learning: A Comparison of Two Teacher Professional Development Approaches, Andrew Walker, Mimi Recker, M. Brooke Robertshaw, Jeffrey Olsen, and Heather Leary

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Problem-Based Design: A Technology-Oriented Teacher Professional Development Model., Andrew Walker, Brooke Robertshaw, and Mimi Recker

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Peer Production of Online Learning Resources: A Social Network Analysis, Beijie Xu and Mimi Recker

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The Data Deluge: Opportunities for Research in Educational Digital Libraries, Beijie Xu, Mimi M. Recker, and Sherry His; Internet Issues: Blogging, the Digital Divide and Digital Libraries

2009

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Developing a Review Rubric for Learning Resources in Digital Libraries, Heather Leary, Sarah Giersch, Andrew Walker, and Mimi Recker

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Effects of a Professional Development on Teacher Integration of Online Resources, Xin Mao and Mimi M. Recker; Educational Media and Technology Yearbook

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Educational Data Mining Approaches for Digital Libraries, Mimi Recker, Sherry Hsi, Beijie Xu, and Rob Rothfarb

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Instructional Architect Teacher Professional Development Handouts, Mimi Recker, Andrew Walker, M. Brooke Robertshaw, Linda Sellers, and Heather M. Leary

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Reciprocal Mentoring "In the Wild": A Retrospective, Comparative Case Study of ICT Teacher Professional Development, B. Robertshaw, H. Leary, Andrew E. Walker, K. Bloxham, and Mimi M. Recker; Effective Blended Learning Practices: Evidence-Based Perspectives in ICT- Facilitated Education

2008

Developing a Review Process for Online Resources, S. Giersch, H. Leary, B. Palmer, and Mimi M. Recker; Joint Conference on Digital Libraries

2007

A Study of How Online Learning Resource Are Used, Mimi M. Recker, S. Giersch, Andrew E. Walker, S. Halioris, M. Xin, and B. Palmer; Joint Conference on Digital Libraries

2006

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Hitting the trifecta: A professional development model for creating, using and disseminating open education resources., Sarah Giersch, Andrew Walker, Mimi Recker, and Rena Janke; 2006 Open Education Conference, Logan, UT

Using Content Across Digital Libraries, Mimi M. Recker and B. Palmer; Joint Conference on Digital Libraries

2005

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Teaching, Designing, and Sharing: A Context for Learning Objects, Mimi Recker, Jim Dorward, Deonne Dawson, Ye Liu, Xin Mao, Bart Palmer, Sam Halioris, and Jaeyang Park; Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects

You Can Lead a Horse to Water, Mimi M. Recker, J. Dorward, D. Dawson, S. Halioris, Y. Liu, X. Mao, B. Palmer, and J. Park; Joint Conference on Digital Libraries