Communication Faculty Presentations

 

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Submissions from 2015

Content Strategy as a New Field for Technical and Professional Writers, Nicholas A. Carrington

Using the Introductory Tech Comm Class to Help Students Explore Writing Careers, Nicholas A. Carrington

Applying Rhetorical Principles to Visuals, Sandra W. Harner

Teaching Project Management Skills, Sandra W. Harner

Change Management in the Basic Course, Heather Heritage

Submissions from 2014

Finding the Right Job: Why You Have More Options Than You Think, Nicholas A. Carrington

Preparing Students to Learn Technology Throughout Their Careers, Nicholas A. Carrington

Redefining and Rebranding an Effective Program, Nicholas A. Carrington

Teaching Technology in Technical Communication Programs, Nicholas A. Carrington

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Examining Faculty Attitudes and Perceptions of Diversification Efforts at a Christian University, Christine K. Fulmer, Mark Caleb Smith, J. Michael Lopez, and Melanie Otis

Incorporating Technical Communication Theory into the Curriculum, Sandra W. Harner

The Technical Communicator and the Importance of Working with Emotional Intelligence, Sandra W. Harner

Submissions from 2013

Teaching Technical Communication Tools without Letting Them Take Over the Class, Nicholas A. Carrington

Submissions from 2011

"We're Not Racists" in a Post-racial Obama Era: A Fantasy Theme Analysis of the Tea Party Movement, Deborah B. Haffey

Exploring and Enhancing Your Creativity, Sandra W. Harner

How to Teach Students to Develop Professional Portfolios, Sandra W. Harner

Submissions from 2010

Engaging in Healthy Discussion, Derrick L. Green

Communication Across the Curriculum: Evidence-Based Learning and Teaching, Deborah B. Haffey and Melissa S. Faulkner

Submissions from 2007

Tools for Engagement--or Disengagement, Part II: Serving Through Connections, J. Wesley Baker

Submissions from 2006

Tools for Engagement--or Disengagement, J. Wesley Baker

Does Sex Education Work?, J. Michael Lopez, Chi-en Hwang, V. Huber, and J. Black

Submissions from 2005

Recollection of Caretaker Touch in Childhood and Communication Apprehension in College Age Adults, Michael W. Firmin, J. Michael Lopez, and L. Cummings

Cedarville University Multicultural Learning Community, Derrick L. Green

Cedarville University Multicultural Learning Community, Derrick L. Green

Interplay of Influence: Values and Frames in the Formation of Public Opinion, Deborah B. Haffey

Trends in Undergraduate Curricula in Professional, Scientific, and Technical Communication Programs, Sandra W. Harner

Submissions from 2004

An Examination of Mock Aggression Behaviors and Two Variables: Communication Apprehension and Gender, Michael W. Firmin, J. Michael Lopez, and E. Geissler

Reporting the War: The Military Analysts' Role in Intermedia Agenda-Setting, Deborah B. Haffey

The Lasting Legacy of Roe v. Wade, Deborah B. Haffey

Value Conflicts, Frames, and News Reports of "The Passion of the Christ", Deborah B. Haffey

Storytelling, James R. Phipps

Looking Back and Moving Forward: What We Know and Yet Need to Know to Accommodate Students with Disabilities in the Basic Communication Course, Margaret S. Wheeler

Submissions from 2003

Best Practices in Using a Course Management System Effectively, J. Wesley Baker

Preparing Graphics for Web and Presentation Use, J. Wesley Baker

Preparing Graphics for Web and Presentation Use, J. Wesley Baker

The "Classroom Flip": A Model for Pedagogically Effective Use of a Course Management System, J. Wesley Baker

Tips on Helpful Tools, J. Wesley Baker

Cinema, Worldview, and the Christian Response, Deborah B. Haffey

Reporting the War: The Military Analysts' Role in Intermedia Agenda-Setting, Deborah B. Haffey and Clark F. Greer

Trends in Undergraduate Curricula in Professional, Scientific, and Technical Communication Programs in the United States: A Brief Look, Sandra W. Harner

Trends in Undergraduate Curricula in Professional, Scientific, and Technical Communication Programs in the United States: A Brief Look, Sandra W. Harner

Rhetoric in the Small Insitutions, James R. Phipps

Submissions from 2002

Classroom Flip, J. Wesley Baker

Intermediate Use of WebCT, J. Wesley Baker

Multimedia in a Course Management System, J. Wesley Baker

Preparing Graphics for Web and Presentation Use, J. Wesley Baker

"We Must All Hang Together or We Will All Hang Separately": Lessons Learned from the SBC American Faculty Development Technology Program, J. Wesley Baker

Identifying Micro-cultural Differences in Mediated Communication: Advertisement Nonverbal Communication in Hong Kong's Chinese and English Press, Charles W. Elliott

The Day After: An Evaluation of US Newspaper Front Page Coverage of the 911 Attacks on the United States, Charles W. Elliott

The Silent Language of Advertising: An Analysis of Gestures in German and Hong Kong Magazine Advertisements, Charles W. Elliott

The Effect of Value Conflict in Frames on Public Opinion, Deborah B. Haffey

Developing a Strategic Marketing Framework, Sandra W. Harner

Submissions from 2001

Classroom Flip, J. Wesley Baker

The "Classroom Flip": A Model for Pedagogically Effective Use of a Course Management System, J. Wesley Baker

The Classroom Flip: Becoming the Guide by the Side, J. Wesley Baker

Agencies on the Web: News Content and Values of the Big Four Online, Charles W. Elliott

The Silent Language of Advertising: An Analysis of Nonverbal Expressions in German and Hong Kong Magazine Advertisements, Charles W. Elliott

Submissions from 2000

The Classroom Flip: Becoming the Guide by the Side, J. Wesley Baker

The Classroom Flip: Becoming the Guide by the Side, J. Wesley Baker

The Classroom Flip: Becoming the Guide by the Side, J. Wesley Baker

Why Use a CMS?, J. Wesley Baker

Is There a West? Analysis of Content and News Values in the English-Language Online Press, Charles W. Elliott

Submissions from 1999

OFIC/Ameritech Project, J. Wesley Baker

Technology for Learning's Sake: Effective Practices in IT for Teaching and Learning, J. Wesley Baker

Effective Uses of Online Discussion, J. Wesley Baker and Sandra W. Harner

Hofstede's Masculine-Feminine Cultural Dimension in Magazine Ads from Germany and Hong Kong, Charles W. Elliott

The Asian Online Newspaper: A Media Richness Evaluation, Charles W. Elliott

The Challenges of Teaching Online, Sandra W. Harner

Perceptions of Flirting Based on the Initiator, Sex of the Observer, and the Use of Nonverbal or Verbal Cues, D. D. Henningsen, G. Tuebner, R. Reinke, and Derrick L. Green

Identifying with the Institutional Mission: Using Technology in the Basic Course, Margaret S. Wheeler

Keynote Address, Margaret S. Wheeler

Submissions from 1998

Asia Through Time: Asian News In Time International, 1955-1995, Charles W. Elliott

E-Papers in Asia: News Flows and the Computer-Mediated Press, Charles W. Elliott

Innovate and Implement to Produce Better Technical Communicators, Sandra W. Harner

Models of Academic/Industry Relationships and Learning, Sandra W. Harner

What It Takes to Win in STC Competition, Sandra W. Harner

What's in a Name?, Sandra W. Harner

Submissions from 1997

The OFIC ToolBox for Faculty Collaboration, J. Wesley Baker

The Scholarship of Integration: Institutional Collaboration on Faculty Development, J. Wesley Baker

Asian Values and the Vietnamese Press: Analysis of the Saigon Giai Phong, Charles W. Elliott

Bystanders at the Revolution: A Profile on Non-Users of Computer-Mediated Communication in Hong Kong Universities, Charles W. Elliott

Defining Development News Values: A Study of Press Releases from the New China News Agency, Charles W. Elliott

Individualism and Collectivism in Representations of Sports: A Comparison of China Sports and Sports Illustrated., Charles W. Elliott

Intercultural Communication Competency, Charles W. Elliott

Internet Use Among Academics: A Profile of Computer-Mediated Communication Use in Hong Kong Universities, Charles W. Elliott

Through the Dragon's Eyes: News of the United States in the Press Releases of the New China News Agency, Charles W. Elliott

Presenting a Professional Portfolio, Sandra W. Harner

Teaching Technology: Immersing Students in a High-Tech Environment, Sandra W. Harner

Submissions from 1996

Collaborative Work in Electronic Media, J. Wesley Baker

Guide by the Side: Faculty and Students as Collaborators, J. Wesley Baker

Navigating the Net, J. Wesley Baker

What Is a Tool Box?, J. Wesley Baker

Computer-Mediated Communication Among Academics: A Profile of E-Mail Use in Hong Kong Universities, Charles W. Elliott

Deciding News in a Chinese Context: An Analysis of Chinese Values in the Press of China, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan, Charles W. Elliott

Investigating Traditional Chinese Culture in Different Chinese Media Contexts, Charles W. Elliott

Directions in Forensics: Gender Issues, Deborah B. Haffey

Submissions from 1995

Multimedia, the Internet and Technical Communication, J. Wesley Baker

The Impact of Networking on Scholarship, J. Wesley Baker

Chinese Perceptions of Traditional Values in Star Trek: The Next Generation, Charles W. Elliott

Cultural Values and the Construction of News, Charles W. Elliott