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Curriculum Vitae

Printable pdf here. What you see below is a version of the cv for the web and is not updated as often as the linked printable cv. The printable one is the real one.

Education

  • 2012  PhD in Instructional Systems Technology, Minor in Information Science, specializing in Computer-Mediated Communication, Indiana University Bloomington
  • 1998  MA in TESOL, Teachers College Columbia University
  • 1994  BA in the Humanities magna cum laud, Minor in German, State University of New York College at Buffalo

Appointments

  • 8/2015-pres.          The University of Tennessee  (Knoxville), Assistant Professor
  • 8/2013-5/2015       Texas A&M University (Texarkana), Assistant Professor
  • 6/2010-8/2012       International Journal of Designs for Learning (Bloomington), Assistant Editor
  • 9/2006-5/2010       Indiana University Bloomington, Associate Instructor of Educational Technology
  • 5/2007-9/2007       Microsoft / Option Six, Instructional Designer (e-Learning)
  • 3/2004-8/2006       Rikkyo University (Tokyo, Japan), Lecturer of English
  • 5/2001-7/2005       Cambridge University Press, Educational Tech Consultant
  • 3/2000-2/2004       Kanda University of International Studies (Chiba, Japan), Lecturer, promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2002
  • 5/1998-1/2000       City University of New York (NYC), Lecturer
  • 5/1997-5/1998       Georgia Tech Language Institute (Atlanta), Instructor
  • 5/1994-8/1995       Gateway Residential High School, (Buffalo, New York), Teacher

Languages

  • English, German, Japanese, Spanish (See end of the cv for competency exams and dates)

Peer-reviewed Articles

Invited Publications

Peer-reviewed Book Reviews

  • Howard, C. D. (2012) Book review of Language Learning and Teacher Education: A Sociocultural Approach Edited by Margaret Hawkins, Clevedon: Multilingual Matters. Literacy, Culture, and Language Education (1) 1. 251-254.
  • Howard, C. D. (2011) Book review of Cedric Cullingford and Nusrat Haq: Computers, Schools and Students: The effects of technology. The Information Society, 26(4) 137-140. online.

Editorially Reviewed Publications

  • Gray, C. M., & Howard, C. D. (2015). Normativity Concerns, Avoided: Instructional Barriers in Designing for Social Change. In R. S. Adams, P. Buzzanell, & J. A. Siddiqui (Eds.) Analyzing Design Review Conversations (pp. 241-260). West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press.
  • Gray, C. M., & Howard, C. D. (2015, June). “Why are they not responding to critique?”: A student-centered construction of the crit. In LearnxDesign: The 3rd International Conference for Design Education Researchers and PreK-16 Design Educators (pp. 1680-1700). Chicago, IL: School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
  • Howard, C.D., & Gray, C.M. (2015, January). Higher order thinking in design reviews. In R. Adams (Ed.) Proceedings of the DTRS 10 Symposium. West Lafayette, IN. n.p.
  • Gray, C.M., & Howard, C.D. (2015, January). Normatively in design communication: Inscribing values in designed artifacts.  In R. Adams (Ed.) Proceedings of DTRS 10 Symposium. West Lafayette, IN. n.p
  • Gray, C. M. & Howard, C. D. (2013, November). Expectations of Reciprocity? An Analysis of Critique in Facebook Posts by Student Designers. Critique 2013 Conference Proceedings. Adelaide, Australia.
  • Boling, E., Easterling, W.V., Hardre’ P.L., Howard, C.D., Roman, T.A. (2011) ADDIE: Perspectives in transition. Educational Technology, 51, (5) 34-38.
  • Frick, T., Barrett, A., Howard, C., Enfield, J., & Myers, R. (2009). Alternative Research Methods: MAPSAT Your Data to Prevent Aggregation Aggravation. Association for Educational Communications and Technology Conference Proceedings, Louisville, Kentucky.
  • Howard, C. (2003) Overcoming Online Obstacles: Macro-factors in Online Enhanced Course Design. The Journal of Kanda University of International Studies 15(1) 293-312.
  • Howard, C., (2002) Variations of Turn Taking in the Speech of EFL Learners. The Journal of Kanda University of International Studies 14(1) 393-407.
  • Van Moere, A. & Howard, C. (2001) All You Need to Set Up A Series of Email Lessons for Your Students. Thai TESOL Selected Conference Summaries 2001.

Dissertation

Publications under review & development

  • Supporting Higher Order Thinking using Collaborative Video Annotations (CVA)
  • Discourse Processes that Lead to Higher Order Thinking in a Video-annotated Pre-service Teacher Discussion (With Allan Jeong, Florida State University.)
  • Howard & Gray, Higher order thinking in design reviews

Invited Talks

  • Howard, C.D. (2015, January) Supporting Discourse Learning via Research and Design. Invited address, University of Tennessee– Knoxville. MP4 narrated slides. Slides.
  • Howard, C.D. (2014, November) An Overview of Qualitative Research in Education. EDAD: 695 Research Methodologies in Education. Texas A&M University- Commerce. TX. Slides
  • Howard, C.D. (2014, October) The Design and Analysis of a New Asynchronous Medium. Guest lecture in IT 566 – Understanding Online Interaction. University of Tennessee Knoxville. Slides.
  • Howard, C.D. (2013, December) Collaborative Video Annotations and Higher Order Thinking. School of Informatics, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.
  • Howard, C.D.(2013, October) What is Instructional Design, Design Thinking, and Design Knowledge. Invited address, Texas A&M University, Texarkana, Texas.
  • Howard, C.D. (2013, May) Discourses in Instructional Design. Invited address, Texas A & M University, Texarkana, Texas.
  • Howard, C.D. (2013, March) Dissecting the Features of Instructional Design(s). Invited address, Georgia Regents University, Augusta, GA
  • Howard, C.D. (2013, March) Instructional Design Cases: A lesson for graduate learners. Invited address, University of Tampa, FL.
  • Howard, C.D. (2012, December) Instructional Design at the Masters Level. Invited address, Quinnipiac University, CT
  • Howard, C.D. (2012, June) Critical Discourse in Social Media: Four studies. Invited address, Concordia University Chicago.
  • Howard, C.D. (2012, April) Knowledge building in educational research: Design cases in the International Journal of Designs for Learning. Invited address. Design and Technology SIG, American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, BC. Canada.
  • Jackson, J.B., Boling, E., Howard, C.D., Storey, W., Duffy, L. (2012, March) Moderated panel discussion on digital publishing with the editors of four ScholarWorks Journals. Well Library Brown Bag Series. Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio podcast
  • Boling, E., Howard, C.D. (2011, November) IJDL: Creating and disseminating design knowledge. Webinar sponsored by AECT’s Design and Development Division.  Podcast. Poster.
  • Howard, C.D., Van Moere, A. (2005, January) Email Exchange as a Skills-Based Writing Curriculum. Invited lecture at Thammasat University Extension / Asian Institute of Technology. Bangkok, Thailand. (Honorarium).
  •  Howard, C.D. (2002, December) Class to Class Email Exchange. Invited lecture at Teachers College Columbia University. Tokyo, Japan.

Presentations and Workshops

  • Howard, C.D. & Gray, C.M. (2014, November) Extra-curricular Design Learning: Emergent Critique in Learners’ SNS Interactions. AECT. Jacksonville, FL. Slides.
  • Howard, C.D. & Gray, C.M.  (2014 October) Higher Order Thinking in Design Reviews. Design Thinking Research Symposium, Purdue University, Indiana. Slides. Audio.
  • Gray C.M. & Howard C.D. (2014 October) Normativity in Design Communications. Design Thinking Research Symposium, Purdue University, Indiana.
  • Gray, C. M. & Howard, C. D. (2013, November). Expectations of Reciprocity? An Analysis of Critique in Facebook Posts by Student Designers. Adelaide, Australia.
  • Boling, E., Gray, C.W., & Howard, C.D., (2013, October) Design Case Workshop: International Journal of Designs for Learning.  Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT), Anaheim, CA.
  • Howard, C.D. & Jeong, A. (2012, November)  Discourse Processes that Lead to Higher Order Thinking in a Video-annotated Pre-service Teacher Discussion. Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT), Louisville, KY.
  • Tracey, M., Yamagata-Lynch, L., Moore, S. L., & Howard, C.D. (2012, November) Getting Into the Mind of the Designer.  Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT), Louisville, KY.
  • Boling, E., Smith, K.M., Howard, C.D., & Gray, C. M. (2012, November)  Prospective Authors’ Workshop: Design Cases and the International Journal of Designs for Learning. Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT), Louisville, KY.
  • Howard, C.D. (2012, July) Instructional Design Cases: Documenting precedent in instructional design. AECT Summer Research Symposium, Louisville, KY. July 17-21.
  • Howard, C.D. (2012, April) Knowledge building in educational research: Design cases in the International Journal of Designs for Learning. Invited address. Design and Technology SIG, American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, BC. Canada.
  • Howard, C.D. (2012, April) The Impact of Modeling and Staggered Participation in Video-annotated Pre-service Teacher Discussions. American Educational Research Association, Online Teaching and Learning SIG, Vancouver, BC. Canada. Paper / Prezi
  • Howard, C.D. (2012, March) Emerging Technologies. Guest lecture in Curtis Bonk’s graduate course on Extream Learning, Indiana University Bloomington, lecture at a distance.
  • Howard, C.D. (2011, November) Video Annotated Teaching Observations: Analyses of Asynchronous Collaborative Viewing. Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT), Jacksonville, FL. Slides
  • Jung, J., Gray, C., Howard, C.D., Modell, M.G, Yildrim, C., Boling, E. (2011, November) Preparation of Visual Materials to Study How EFL Learners Use Images in the Learning Process. Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT), Jacksonville, FL. Handout.
  • Boling, E., Howard, C.D., Smith, K.M. (2011, November) Disseminating Design Knowledge: Issues in Developing the Design Case. Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT), Jacksonville, FL. Handout.
  • Frick, T.W., Barrett, A.F., Howard, C.D., Myers, R.D. (2011, November) Applications of MAPSAT in Educational Research: Map & Analyze Patterns & Structures Across Time. Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT), Jacksonville, FL. Craig’s Slides.
  • Frick, T.W., Barrett, A.F., Gray, C., Howard, C.D., Jung, J (2011, November) Preparing Students in Instructional Design and Technology to Become Skilled Researchers: Multiple Approaches. Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT), Jacksonville, FL. Slides.
  • Howard, C.D. (2011, October) Studies in Self Access Learning, Guest Lecture in Curtis Bonk’s Research group on Extreme Learning, Indiana University Bloomington.
  • Howard, C.D. & Myers, R.D. (2011, April) A design case: Creating a video annotated teaching observation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. New Orleans, LA. Slides / paper.
  • Barrett, A. F., Howard, C.D. & Frick, T.W. (2011) Product Quality and Conditions of Anonymity in Formative Peer Assessment: Pre-service Teachers’ Asynchronous Computer-Mediated Communication. New Orleans, LA. Paper.
  • Boling, E.,  Easterling W.V., Hardre P.L.,  Howard, C.D., & Roman T.A.(2011, April) ADDIE (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation): Perspectives in Transition. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association.  New Orleans, LA. Paper.
  • Howard, C.D. (2011, March) Collaborative Video Annotations as Critical Discourse. Paper presented at the Georgetown University Roundtable on Language and New Media (GURT). Washington, DC. Podcast here.
  • Boling, E., Smith, K.M., & Howard, C.D. (2011, February) Understanding and Writing Design Cases. Workshop conducted at the Instructional Systems Technology conference. Bloomington, IN.(Some participants experienced this presentation remotely. View that experience here.)
  • Howard, C.D. (2010, October) Collaborative Video Annotation as an Asynchronous Alternative (2010) Association for Educational Communication and Technology National Conference, Anaheim, CA 10/2010.
  • Barrett, A., Howard, C.D. & Frick, T.W. (2010) “Product Quality In Formative Peer Assessment: How Pre-service Teachers’ Computer-Mediated Feedback Changes With Peer Product Quality” Presented at the Canadian Society for the Study of Education, May 29, 2010.
  • Boling, E., Korkmaz, N., Howard, C.D., Roman, T.A.. (2010) “Design judgment as a component of design character: Some focused views from the field,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Denver CO.
  • Barrett, A.F.& Howard, C.D. (2010) “Computer- Mediated Formative Peer Assessment: How pre-service teachers react to product quality” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Denver CO.
  • Howard, C.D. (2010) “Video annotations: An alternative asynchronous content-based discussion forum” (2010) Foreign and Second Language Teaching Share Fair, April 16, 2010 Indiana University Bloomington. Video Podcast.
  • Frick, T., Howard, C.D., Barrett, A.F., Myers, R. and Enfield, J.,“MAPSAT your data to prevent aggregation aggravation” Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) 10/2009 Louisville, Kentucky
  • Howard, C.D. & Barrett, A.F. “Anonymous Discussions: How learners commented on each others’ work in a protected space” Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) 10/2009 Louisville, Kentucky
  • Barrett, A.F. & Howard, C.D, “Validity of Formative Feedback in Peer Review of Product Quality” Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) 10/2009 Louisville, Kentucky
  • Howard, C.D. (2009) “Part of Speech tagged asynchronous CMC: Native versus non-native trigrams” Language Online: LOL Conference, University of Illinois conference on online language, Champaign Illinois 5/2009 Video Podcast
  • Howard, C.D. (2009) “Language Learning on Web 2.0: Interactivity on the New Language Learning Landscape” Association of Educational Research (AERA) 3/2009, San Diego, California
  • Howard, C.D. & Barrett, A.F. “Anonymity in Online Peer Reviews: Pre-service Teachers’ Online Comments in Two Critique Designs” Association of Educational Research (AERA) 3/2009, San Diego, California
  • Barrett, A. F. & Howard, C.D. “Product Quality in Online Peer Assessment: Pre-service Teachers’ Comments” (2009) Indiana University, Instructional Systems Technology Conference, Bloomington, Indiana 2/2009
  • Boling, E., et. al. “Developing an Anonymous Online Forum for Generating In-depth Data on Complex Topics” (2009) Indiana University, Instructional Systems Technology Conference, Bloomington, Indiana 2/2009
  • Howard, C.D. (2009) “Anonymity in online critique: Pre-service teachers’ comments in asynchronous CMC” Indiana University, Instructional Systems Technology Conference, Bloomington, Indiana 2/2009
  • Howard C.D. & Barrett, A.F (2008). “Anonymity and Wikies: The research design to study learners’ formative feedback in a pre-service teacher technology course” Indiana University, Instructional Systems Technology Conference, Bloomington, Indiana 3/2008
  • Howard, C.D. (2005) “Email Exchange as a Skills Based Writing Curriculum” Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand 1/2005 (Honorarium)
  • Howard, C.D. (2005) “Teaching Academic Reading With Visuals” Lao Tesol Conference, Vientiane, Laos 2/2004
  • Howard, C. & Van Moere, A. “A Structured Approach to Teaching Web Skills and Email” 24th Annual Thai TESOL Conference: Kon Kaern 1/2004
  • Van Moere, A. & Howard, C. “Successful Email Exchanges” National JALT (Japan Association of Language Teachers) Shizuoka, Japan 11/2003
  • Howard, C. & Van Moere, A “Email Exchange: Curricula and Development” The 23rd Annual Thailand TESOL Conference: Bangkok, 1/25/2003
  • Howard, C.D. (2005) “Class to Class Email Exchange” Teachers College Columbia University, guest speaker series, Tokyo 11/2002
  • Howard, C.D. (2002) “Email & Internet-Mediated Language Instruction” National Japan Association of Language Teachers Conference, Shizuoka 11/2002
  • Howard, C. & Willcocks, K. “Class and Individual Feedback” Korea TESOL, Seoul 10/5/2002
  • Howard, C.D. (2002) “Enhancing Reading Comprehension” Kanda University English Education Seminars 7/2002
  • Howard, C.D. (2002) “Promoting Critical Thinking” Kanda University English Education Seminars 7/2002
  • Howard, C.D. (2002) “Content Based Email Exchange” Hokkaido JALT 6/2002
  • Howard, C. & Van Moere, A. “A Critical Review of Class to Class Email Exchanges” International Language and Education Conference Hong Kong, 11/2001
  • Van Moere, A, & Howard, C.D. (2000) . “Keypals in the Freshman English Curriculum: A Pilot Study” Research Institute of Language Studies & Language Education (RILS&LE): Kanda University, Japan, Bag Lunch Series Lecture, 5/2000
  • Howard, C.D. (2002) “Approaches to Team Teaching” Kanda University English Education Seminars, Fukushima, Japan 6/2000

Grants and Awards

  • Scholar of the year (runner-up) Texas A&M University Texarkana (May, 2015)
  • National Science Foundation (NSF) Early Career Symposium Award, delivered at the Association of Educational Communication and Technology, AECT, annual convention ($700).
  • Association of Educational Communication and Technology. Travel grant to present our experiences with the editorial process for multimedia in an AECT publication (IJDL) at the AERA Annual Meeting in Vancouver, BC. (April, 2012, letter)
  • IST / AVC Award for dissertation research (Summer 2011) , Indiana University Bloomington (award letter)
  • Graduate and Professional Student Organization (GPSO) Grant awarded for the presentation of research (AECT California, 10/10).
  • 2010 Office of Student Affairs Service Award Nomination
  • Larson Award for the dissemination of scholarship in Educational Technology (For conference presentations at AERA, San Diego 04/09 and Kentucky AECT 11/09).
  • 2004 Rikkyo University & Japanese National Department of Education Grant-in-Aid for materials and curriculum renewal.(for the Net Academy online reading test.)
  • 2003 Kanda University Research Institute of Language Studies and Language Education, research grant awarded for a the development of a Peer-Observation Program in the Kanda University English Language Institute.
  • 2001-2004 Kanda University Research Institute of Language Studies and Language Education research grant awarded to the Kanda Email Exchange Program.

Teaching

-Courses Designed & Delivered

  • Discourse Analysis in Education (UTK)
  • Emerging Technologies for Teaching  and Learning (Texas A & M) *, ͩ
  • Research in Instructional Technology and Design (Texas A & M)*, ͩ
  • Computer Assisted Language Learning (IU, online)*, ͩ
  • Legal Concepts and the Internet (Kanda, Rikkyo)
  • The History of New Media for EFL Learners (CUNY, Kanda)
  • Learning Writing Through Email (CUNY, Kanda, Rikkyo)

-Courses Taught

  • Instructional Technology as a Profession (UTK)*,  ͩ
  • Portfolios in Instructional Technology (UTK)*,  ͩ
  • Understanding Online Interaction (UTK)*,  ͩ
  • Foundations in Instructional Technology (Texas A & M, UTK)*,  ͩ
  • Research in Instructional Technology and Design (IU, Texas A&M)*
  • Technology Integration for Teaching (IU)
  • Educational Technology for Pre-service Teachers (IU)
  • English Language Grammar for NNS,  (CUNY, Kanda)
  • Intensive and Extensive Reading (Kanda, Rikkyo, Chiba U.)
  • Foreign Language Media (Kanda)
  • Basic Writing for NNS (Georgia Tech, CUNY, Chiba U.)
  • Intensive Oral Communication in English (CUNY, Kanda, Rikkyo, Chiba U.)

*indicates graduate-level courses. ͩ  indicates taught the course at-a-distance

Academic Service

University Service

  • 2013-pres. See printable cv for committee work at Texas A&M Texarkana
  • 2008-pres. Indiana University Office of Student Advocates Student Advisory Board Member (Example Report, Interview Report for a new hire at the Office of Student Advocates)
  • 3/2009 Presentation on file sharing to IU Student Advocates, here
  • 2008 Indiana University Graduate School of Education, Mentoring Award Selection Committee
  • 2006 Rikkyo University, University-wide English Language Proficiency Test Developer
  • 2001-2005 Kanda University, Webmaster (KEPT)
  • 1998-2000 Testing Committee, CUNY (Rubric writer, norming site lead)

Licenses

  • Research with Human Subjects Exam 9/ 2006, Internal Review Board, Indiana University, renewed 9/2012, 2016, 2017
  • NY State K-12 Teaching License (1998)
  • NY State Special Education Crisis Management License (1995)
  • German as a Foreign Language Competency Exam (Deutsch als Fremdsprache, 1991, University of Graz, Austria)
  • Japanese as a Foreign Language Competency Exam, 2004 Lower Advanced Competency (日本語, 日本語能力試験2級,千葉大学, Chiba University, Certificate)
  • Spanish Exam, US Customs Service 1994

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