Scientists from the Center for Research in Educational and Learning Technologies of the University of Phoenix attend an international conference

PHOENIX-(BUSINESS WIRE)–Researchers from the Center for Educational and Instructional Technology Research (CEITR) at University of Phoenix College will present multiple studies at the 2022 Association for Educational Communication and Technology (AECT) International Convention, Impacting Student Learning , October 24 – 28, 2022. The convention brings together educational researchers and practitioners interested in instructional design, performance improvement, and the use of technology in education.

The research labs at CEITR focus on cutting-edge topics in education and place researchers at the center of an efficient ecosystem of experts, resources and tools. In the course of the pandemic, the transformation of educational technology has brought CEITR’s focus areas of educational communications, access and learning discussions to the fore.

“We continue to focus on applied research topics in education to improve the quality of teaching and learning in K-12 as well as higher education,” said Dr. Mansoure Kebrichi, CEIRT’s Chair of University Research. “Our collaborative research teams investigate issues and challenges for online and face-to-face learning with the goal of solving problems and improving the experiences of learners and educators. The seven studies presented at AECT are examples of ongoing studies conducted at the center.

The 2022 AECT presentations address a range of topics on the impact of technology on student learning. There are 29 CEITR researchers representing eight research topics including:

  • Connection of doctoral students during different phases of the program;

  • Measuring Effective Online Learning: A K-12 Perspective;

  • Importance of Mentoring for Educational Leadership: Impact on Student Learning;

  • Strategies for persistent teaching and course retention of online undergraduate adult learners;

  • Reshaping Practicing Higher Education to Serve Adult Learners: Moving Beyond the COVID-19 Pandemic;

  • Feedback Strategies, Learner Expectations, and Uses in Online Higher Education; and

  • A mini-certification program to enhance faculty engagement and professional development.

In addition, CEITR scholars and educators will lead a roundtable session, “How to Measure the Impact of Online Learning Programs at the K-12 Level?” featuring Danielle Kearns-Sixsmith, Ed.D., Frederick Lawrence, Ph.D. , David Mailloux, MS, and Rheanna Reed, DM.

AECT is an international professional association of instructional designers, educators and professionals. This year’s virtual and in-person conference in Las Vegas, titled “Impact on Student Learning,” offers practical applications, research, workshops and demonstrations of new technologies in teaching and learning.

Additional information and registration is available on the AECT Convention website.

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