'Let me tell you a story.... Enhancing course pedagogy through social media storytelling clips, Innovations in Pedagogy Concerence, May 14, 2024

Microlearning in Action: Using Social Media Snippets to Enhance Learning in Online Courses, Innovations in Pedagogy Conference, May 15, 2023.

Friend or Foe: ChatGPT use in UWG Courses, Presentation to University of West Georgia Faculty, March 15, 2023

Chegg proofing' your online course to mitigate academic dishonesty, Innovations in Pedagogy Conference, May 28, 2022

Research Rabbit: Workflow optimization for writing your Review of Literature (beyond Google Scholar), RCOB Faculty Seminar, April 2022.

Faculty strategies for demonstration compassion in online courses. Innovation in Pedagogy Conference 2021, University of West Georgia, May 18-19, 2021 (YouTube video)

Optimizing instructor feedback for student success in online courses (PowerPoint) , Innovation in Pedagogy Conference 2020, University of West Georgia, May 27, 2020 (YouTube Video)

Blogging assignments: The Write Stuff, Innovation in Pedaogy Conference, University of West Georgia, May 14, 2019.

Transitioning Students from Content Consumers to Content Creators, Innovation in Pedagogy Conference, University of West Georgia, May 2018

Using Project-Based Learning for Business Education: Opportunities and Challenges, Innovation in Pedagogy Conference, University of West Georgia, May 3, 2016.

Business Communications for the Classroom and Workplace. GACTE Conference, July 10-13, 2013 Atlanta, GA. (Co-presenter Sandra Thompson)

A Qualitative Study of Adoption of Social Media for Personal Finance Investing. Presentation at the 14th Southern Association of Information Systems Conference, April 2011.

Is the tail wagging the dog? An Exploratory Study of Pedagogical Value of Wiki Technology
Presented at the 73rd Annual Convention of Association of Business Communication - Incline Village, Nevada - Oct.30-Nov. 1, 2008.

Information Security Awareness: What do home users need to know?
Presented at Information Security Curriculum Development Conference 2006, September 22-23, 2006, Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw GA.

Podcasting 101
Presented to University of West Georgia Distance and Distributed Education faculty audience, Feb. 28, 2006.

Using WebCT Vista Discussions to Generate Student-Faculty Collaborative Publications, Distance Learning Seminar, University of West Georgia, 2006.

Perceptions of Business Education Students' Feature Requirements in Educational Web Sites
Presented at the Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference, Washington DC, Nov. 18-20, 2004.

A Practical Approach to Assessment of Online Discussions
Presented at the Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference, Washington DC, Nov. 18-20, 2004.

Applying Instructional Design Principles to PowerPoint Presentations
Presented at the Beta Tau Chapter Meeting at the Business and Information Technology Conference, Oct. 21, 2004.

Instructional Strategies for a Graduate Level Information Security Course. Presented at the first annual Information Security Curriculum Development Conference held at Kennesaw State University, October 8, 2004.

Essentials of Information Security for Netcentric Organizations, MBA Seminar, Robert H. Smith School of Business, September 2004.

Conducting Research in Business and Education. Provides information on Research types, methods, hypothesis testing, statistical tests.

Security issues for Emerging Technologies
Includes issues related to Internet security of emerging technologies such as high speed networks, wireless networks, XML, IPv6, IPSec, .NET, and Wireless Access Protocol (WAP)

Enterprise Portals in Netcentric Organizations
A look at Enterprise Application Portals and their role in Netcentric Organizations

EDUCAUSE2001: Looking Beyond Course Development Tools - Faculty Training Issues
Explores faculty training that goes beyond tools and technology to a more pedagogical aspect

Action Research - A Viable Model
Introduction to qualitative Analysis and a look at Action Research

Implementation & Evaluation of Business Course Development Tool
Presentation at Information Resource Management Association Conference (IRMA), May 20-23, Toronto, Canada.

Changing Models of Education in the Digital Economy. Demonstrates how traditional models of education are giving way to Netcentric models (April 2001)

Creating Effective Learning Environments. Development of Learning Environments for Organizations, Programs, and Courses (April 2001)

PhD seminars, June 2000

  • Writing Successful Grant Proposals
  • Implementing Technology in Higher Education Institutions
  • Improved Pedagogy for Web Based Courses
  • Assessment of Technology Applications in Education
  • Teaching with Technology - Presentation about how technology can be used effectively as an adjunct to classroom teaching.


Web Course Tools: A Cottage Industry - Presentation at the 1999 Regional User Services Conference, College Park, MD.

  • R. H. Smith School Network Architecture - Guest Lecture to BMGT 726 - Network systems course

Web Commerce Security - Guest Lecture to Network Management and E-Commerce classes. March/April 99

Effective Online Teaching
Presentation describing critical and creative strategies that can be used to enhance Web Based Instruction, and evaluate instructional approaches for cooperative and collaborative learning. January 25 & 26, 1999.

Implementation and Outcomes of Interactive Web Module (co-presentor Dr. Donna Schnorr)
Presentation at the 14th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning, August 5, 1998.

Online testing methods for Web courses
Presentation at the 14th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning, August 6, 1998.

Web Course Management Tools
Presentation to Web Initiatives in Teaching Group, June 25, 1998.

Web based assessment for online courses
Presentation at the Regional User Services Conference. April 18, 1998.

Office 97 Faculty Training Workshop
Explores new features of Office 97 suite of applications, Spring 1998.

Microsoft Visual InterDev
Presentation to MIS class explaining how InterDev can be used to publish databases on the Web, Spring 1998


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