Catherine P. Fulford, Ph.D.

 

University of Hawaii, Educational Technology

1776 University Avenue - Wist 232, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822 USA

(808) 956-3906, FAX: (808) 956-3905, E-mail: fulford@hawaii.edu

Website: http://etec.hawaii.edu

Education

Ph.D.      Florida State University, December 1989

 

Specializations: Instructional Systems Design and Media

Dissertation: The relative effectiveness and efficiency of systematically designed

instructional text augmented with normal and compressed speech audiotapes.

Sub-specialization: Development Education

 

M.A.       Florida State University, August 1978

 

Specialization: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

 

B.A.        Florida State University, December 1975

 

Specialization: Theatre; Sub-specialization: Dance

Professional Positions

 

July 2001-Present

July 1995-June 2001

Aug 1990-June 1995

 

Educational Technology Department

College of Education

University of Hawaii at Manoa

Honolulu, Hawaii 96822

Professor – Graduate Faculty

Associate Professor - Graduate Faculty

Assistant Professor - Associate Graduate Faculty

 

Nine-month instructional faculty includes teaching, research, and service. Courses include theory/practice in educational technology, instructional design, development/production of media; distance education strategies; and video/television design. Expertise in instructional design, needs assessment, task analysis, change theory, evaluation, visual design, distance education, adult training, video production and photography. Major research areas are interaction in distance education, cognitive speed, and technology integration. Scholarship includes significant grant writing activity. Received tenure in June 1995. Promotion to full professor in 2001. Currently serve as the coordinator for the campus MasterÕs program.

 

Aug 2006-Aug 2012

 

Educational Technology Department

College of Education

University of Hawaii at Manoa

Honolulu, Hawaii 96822

Department Chair – Graduate Chair

 

Eleven-month appointment as Department Chair provided leadership of department faculty and staff, and the representation of the Department in administrative matters and meetings. It included dealing with departmental governance, scheduling and monitoring instruction, recruiting and selecting new faculty hires, evaluating faculty performance, resolving conflicts, advising students, communicating with deans and upper administration, setting priorities for budgets and resources, and managing office staff. The department has a campus-based and online Masters program, as well as, a specialization in the College PhD program.

 

Eleven-month appointment as Graduate Chair included leadership of the MasterÕs in Education Program, advising all first-year students, and developing the proposal for a new doctoral specialization in Educational Technology. It also included serving on Graduate Council and related committees, as well as serving on UH Graduate Senate.

 

May 1988-Aug 1990

 

Florida Department of Health & Rehabilitation Services District 2

2639 North Monroe Street

Tallahassee, Florida 32303

Staff Development & Training Manager

 

Managed a training system for approximately 6000 employees. Responsible for needs assessment, systems development, instructional design, media management, contract management, and generic training. Taught management courses, team building and orientation. Published a monthly training newsletter, and the District newsletter. Served on Statewide committees for training issues. Acted as the District Teleconferencing facilitator. Consulted with management on issues dealing with training, graphics, presentations, media, and public relations.

 

Dec 1987 - May 1988

 

Florida Department of Professional Regulation

1940 North Monroe Street

Tallahassee, Florida 32301

Examination Development Specialist

 

Evaluated examination items for necessary revisions. Evaluated item references. Recruited content experts to act as examiners. Attended board meetings as a liaison. Reviewed literature for methodology and theory of exam development. Developed training packages and trained content experts to conduct task analyses, item development, and item review.

 

Oct 1987 - May 1988

 

Private Consultant

 

Instructor/Developer

 

Developed and taught teacher in-service workshops. The Marketing of Vocational Education, Team Building, and Experiential Learning Games. Developed lectures, games, workshop materials, and evaluation instruments.

 

June 1987 - Oct 1987

 

Center for Instructional Development and Services

College of Education       

Florida State University

Tallahassee, Florida 32306

 

Testing and Measurement Specialist

 

Trainer and consultant for Department of Education - Validity Studies of Vocational Subject Area Tests. Lead 14 content expert committees to validate 30 tests. Supervised graduate assistants in statistical analysis. Created a Test Development Workshop package for training item writers.

 

Aug 1983-Aug 1986

 

Center for Instructional Development and Services

College of Education

Florida State University

Tallahassee, Florida 32306

 

Instructional Designer/Developer

 

Created and administered model for Culinary Arts Series. Wrote instruction, instructor guides, and developed examinations for verbal information and practical knowledge. Developed 17 modules, and designed and taught workshops to disseminate materials. These materials were designed for secondary and post-secondary vocational programs. Assisted with the conceptualization of the Florida In-service Vocational Education (FIVE) Plan.

 

Sept 1980 - July 1983 &

Sept 1978 - Aug 1979

 

Media Development Lab

College of Education

Florida State University

Tallahassee, Florida 32306

 

Instructional Designer/Graphic Artist

 

Designed and produced mediated courseware for college professors. Assisted in teaching college media courses for full-time students, continuing education courses, and special tour groups. Managed graduate assistants. Co-taught Continuing Education Course Employing Photo/Graphic Techniques to Create Inexpensive Instructional Materials.

 

Jan 1982 - June 1982

 

Career Placement Center

Student Affairs

Florida State University

Tallahassee, Florida 32306

Instructional Designer/Media Specialist

 

Conducted a needs assessment to determine priorities for developing adjunct materials for the SIGI computer program. Helped develop and produce interactive micro-computer/video instruction and testing instruments for special needs students.

 

Sept 1979 - June 1980

 

Center for Needs Assessment & Planning

Florida State University

Tallahassee, Florida 32306

 

Instructional Designer/Media Specialist

 

Part of a team to conceptualize the Vocational Education Planning Process. Designed 3 slide/tape programs on Systematic Planning and Needs Assessment for Vocational Educators.

 

Sept 1978 - Mar 1979

 

College of Communications

Multi-Media Lab Studio

Florida State University

Tallahassee, Florida 32306

 

Instructor, Television Production Internship

 

Designed course and courseware to teach basic television production skills: camera operation, audio technician, switcher, special effects, crew, props, lighting, set design, and editing.

Sept 1977 - Aug 1978

 

College of Communications

Multi-Media Lab Studio

Florida State University

Tallahassee, Florida 32306

Night Production Manager-Television Studio

 

Managed a studio for evening classes and production. Instructed new professors in the use of equipment and procedures, assisted in teaching television production classes.

 

 

Professional Honors

Nominee: University of Hawaii Board of Regents Excellence in Teaching Award 2013. (not eligible-previous award)

Nominee: COE Distinguished Teacher Award by the COE Student Association 2007.

University of Hawaii Board of Regents Excellence in Teaching Award 2005.

Merit Pay Awards, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2002, 2003.

College of Education Nominee: Excellence in Teaching Award 1997.

Department of Educational Technology Nominee: Excellence in Teaching Award 1996.

Member: The Honor Society of Phi Delta Kappa International – Initiated 1979.

Member: The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi – Initiated 1979.

Nominee: Student Member, Board of Regents 1979.

Actor: Pied Pipers ChildrenÕs Theatre 1972-74.

Research

Edited Books

Siemens, G. & Fulford, C. (Eds.), Proceedings of the Ed-Media 2009—World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia, and Telecommunications in Honolulu, Hawaii. Chesapeake, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).

Book Chapters

Boulay, R., Fulford, C., & Leong, P. (2009). Responding to depleted budgets through forging new partnerships: Educational Technology connections to Medicine. In C. Maddux (Ed.) Research Highlights in Information Technology and Teacher Education 2009 (pp. # - #). Chesapeake, VA: Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE). (A shorter version was also published in the Proceedings for Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE) International Conference 2009. (A shorter version was also published in the Proceedings for Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE) International Conference 2009. Best papers were selected.)

Fulford, C. & Eichelberger, A. (2003). A System of Reciprocity: Empowering Stakeholders To Do More with Less in Educational Technology. In M. S. Khine & D. Fisher (ed.) Technology-Rich Learning Environments. (1st ed. Chapter 15, pp.331-342) World Scientific: New Jersey, London, Singapore, Hong Kong. (Original work published in 2001.)

Fulford, C. & Kendall, M. (2003). Information and communication technology (ICT) development matrix. In Van Weert, T. & M. Kendall (Eds.) Lifelong Learning in the Digital Age, Sustainable learning for all in a changing world. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston.

Fulford, C. & Kendall, M. (2001). Information and communication technology (ICT) development matrix. In Van Weert, T. (Ed.), Information and communication technology in higher education. (1st ed. pp 2-17) Geneva, Switzerland: International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP). (Adapted from Secondary Education Project with the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

Fulford, C. & Kendall, M. (2000). Information and communication technology (ICT) development matrix. In Van Weert, T. (Ed.), Information and communication technology in secondary schools, (2nd ed., pp 3-14) Geneva, Switzerland: International Federation for Information Processing and United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

Refereed Journal Articles

Gose, E., Fulford, C., & Boulay, R. (2012). Method to the media madness: Using free and open source software for online instruction. Design Principles and Practices: An International Journal. 5(6) 11-17.

Fulford, C. & Ho, C (2002). Creating a model for technology integration through a Òtechnology intensiveÓ course designation. TechTrends. 46(4) 11-17.

Sakaguchi, G. & Fulford, C. (2002). Validating a taxonomy of interaction strategies for two-way interactive distance education television. International Journal of Instructional Media, 29 (1) 79-92.

Fulford, C. & Sakaguchi, G. (2001). Developing a taxonomy of interaction strategies for two-way interactive distance education television. International Journal of Instructional Media, 28(4) 375-396.

Fulford, C. (2001). A model of cognitive speed. International Journal of Instructional Media. 28(1) 31-41.

Sherry, A. C., Fulford, C., Zhang, S. (1998). Assessing Distance LearnersÕ Satisfaction with Instruction: A Quantitative and a Qualitative Measure. The American Journal of Distance Education 12 (3) 4-28.

Zhang, S. & Fulford, C. (1996). Two-way and one-way video: When is Ôno differenceÕ significant in distance education? Education and Information Technologies (1) 227-238.

Fulford, C. & Zhang, S. (1995). Interactivity in distance education television: A constructed reality. In the American Center for the Study of Distance Education (ACSDE) Monograph Series. ACSDE (pp. 52-60), University Park, PA [2nd publication – expanded version.]

Peterson, M. & Fulford, C. (1995). As Easy as ABCD -- A systematically designed hypermedia stack on writing performance objectives. The Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 2(4) 317-335.

Zhang, S. & Fulford, C. (1994). Are interaction time and psychological interactivity the same thing in the distance learning television classroom? Educational Technology 34(4) 58-64.

Fulford, C. (1993). Can learning be more efficient? Using compressed speech audio tapes to enhance systematically designed text. Educational Technology, 33(2) 51-59.

Fulford, C. & Zhang, S. (1993). Perceptions of interaction: A critical predictor in distance education. The American Journal of Distance Education 7 (3) 8-21.

Refereed Proceedings As Book chapters

Boulay, R., & Fulford C. (2009). A qualitative study examining faculty membersÕ beginning use of technology to meet technology content standards. In M. Simonson (ed.) Selected Research and Development Papers Presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology: Volume 1 research and development papers. (pp. 48-57). New Jersey: Springer Publisher. (Best papers were selected.)

Fulford, C., Rivers, R., Theal, G., & Main-Anakalea C. (2002). Creating technology mentor teachers through a digital sabbatical opportunity online. In D. Passey & M. Kendall (eds.) TelE-Learning: The Challenge for the Third Millennium (pp. 69-76). Boston/Dordrecht/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers. (Presented Montreal 2002 World Computer Congress, XVIIth Edition. Montreal, Canada.)

Fulford, C. & Eichelberger, A. (2001, July). A system of reciprocity: Empowering stakeholders to do more with less in educational technology. In D. Watson & J. Andersen (eds.) Networking the Learner: Computers in Education (pp. 631-640). Boston/Dordrecht/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers. (Presented 7th World Conference on Computers in Education. Copenhagen, Denmark.)

Refereed Proceedings & Presentations

International

Lin, M.-F., Fulford, C., C, Ho., R, Iyoda., & L, Ackerman. (2012). Possibilities and challenges in mobile learning for K-12 teachers: A pilot retrospective survey study. Proceedings of 6th IEEE International Conference on Wireless, Mobile, and Ubiquitous Technologies in Education (pp.132-136). (WMUTE, 2012).

Sena-Boon,  M., Fulford, C., Parisky, A., & Boulay, R. (2011, June). A professional development website in Molecular Biology may prompt technology integration in high-school classrooms. In T. Bastiaens & M. Ebner (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications Lisbon, Portugal 2011 (pp. 2138-2146). Chesapeake, VA: AACE. Retrieved from http://www.editlib.org/p/38157.

Lin, M. F., Fulford, C. & Nakayama, N. (2011). Educational Mobile Apps Scavenger Hunt: Challenges, Possibilities, and Beyond. In S. Barton et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Global Learn Asia Pacific 2011. Melbourne, Australia (pp. 190-199). AACE.

Boulay, R., Parisky, A. & Fulford, C. (2010). Developing teacher understanding of Molecular Biology: Building a foundation for future scientists. 14th UNESCO-APEID International Conference: Education for Human Resource Development. Bangkok, Thailand. (only 6% acceptance rate)

Leong, P., Joseph, S., Ho, C. & Fulford, C. (2010). Learning to learn in a virtual world: An exploratory qualitative study. Proceedings of the Association for the Advancement of Computing in EducationÕs Global Learn Asia Pacific 2010 Conference. Penang, Malaysia.

Boulay, R. & Fulford, C. (July, 2009). Technology mentoring: Research results across seven campuses. In A. Tatnall & A. Jones (eds.) WCCE 2009, International Federation for Information Processing. Bento Goncalves, Brazil. (pp. 273-281). Boston/Dordrecht/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Fulford, C., Main-Anakalea, C. & Boulay, R. (2008, June-July). Sabbaticals for Technology Integration. Proceedings of the Ed-Media 2008 World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications Vienna, Austria 2008 (pp. 660-668). Chesapeake, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). [Online]. Available: www.editlib.org (One of the papers receiving the highest reviewer scores.)

Fulford, C. (2007, June). The LEI Aloha Technology Intensive Initiative. Proceedings of the Ed-Media 2007 World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications Vancouver, Canada, 2007 (pp. 246-251). Chesapeake, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). [Online]. Available: www.editlib.org

Fulford, C., Ho, C., Rivers, R., Eichelberger, A. & Theal, G. (2005, July. Diffusion of innovations: Transferring a technology integration model across campuses. Proceedings of 8th World Conference on Computers in Education (WCCE), Document Transformation Technologies, Cape Town, South Africa, [CD Rom - Document 311].

Fulford, C., Eichelberger, A., Ho, C., & Theal, G. (2004, June). Picture the Future: Digital Videos and Learning Objects Enhance Education. Proceedings of the Ed-Media 2004 World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). Lugano, Switzerland, 2004, 1148-1152. [Online]. Available: www.editlib.org

Ho, C & Fulford, C., Theal, G., & Wilson, L. (2004, June). On ePortfolio: Building a digital learning environment for electronic portfolio learning objects. Proceedings of the Ed-Media 2004 World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). Lugano, Switzerland. 2004(1), 1356-1360. [Online]. Available: www.editlib.org

Ho, C & Fulford, C. (2003, June). Creating digital video resources to enhance teachersÕ e-learning experiences. Proceedings for the International Association for Development of the Information Society (IADIS). Lisbon, Portugal, 651-654.

Rivers, R., Theal, G., Ho, C., & Fulford, C. (2002, October). Digital videos: Assets for teacher education. Proceedings for the International Council for Educational Media (ICEM) Conference and Media Days, Granada, Spain,

Fulford, C. & Ho, C (2001, August). Technology intensive courses online. Proceedings for the International Conference Advances in Infrastructure for Electronic Business, Science, and Education on the Internet. LÕAquila, Italy. [CD-ROM]: SSGRR 2001, #195, ISBN 88-85280-61-7.

Fulford, C., Ho, C., & Eichelberger, A. (2000, August). ÒTechnology intensiveÓ courses – Preparing faculty and future teachers to use technology. Theme paper in Proceedings of the Conference on Educational Uses of Information and Communication Technologies. 6th World Computer Congress (WCC), Beijing, China, 271-275.

Fulford, C., Ho, C. & Zhang, S. (1995, February). Sharing across the disciplines: Interaction strategies in distance education. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Anaheim, California.

Peterson, M. & Fulford, C. (1994). The effects of three feedback schedules on acquisition and retention in computer-aided instruction. Proceedings for Asia Pacific Information Technology in Training and Education Conference and Exhibition (APITITE 94). Brisbane, Australia, 353-358.

Fulford, C. & Zhang, S. (1993). Predicting Student Satisfaction from Perceptions of Interaction in Distance Learning. In G. Davies & B. Samways (Eds.), Proceedings of the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) TC3 International Conference on: TeleTeaching, 93, Trondheim, Norway: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V., 259-268.

National

Lin, M.-F., Iyoda, R., Fulford, C., C, Ho. (2013). Designing an online mobile learning course for Hawai`i's public schools teachers' professional development. In Liu et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of the AECT International Conference on the Frontier in e-Learning Research (pp.85-88). (AECT-ICFER, 2013)

Lin, M. F., Fulford, C., Ho, Curtis, & Iyoda, R. (2012). The Beginning of the Curve: Mobile Learning in Hawaii Public Schools. 2012 Proceedings of the National Convention for the Association for Educational Communications and Technology. Louisville, KY.

Boon, M., Fulford, C., Parisky, A. & Boulay, R. (2010). The formation of an online community of practice from a Molecular Biology workshop series for Science teachers. In J. Sanchez & K. Zhang (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education. Orlando Florida 2010 (pp. 1584-1592). Chesapeake, VA: AACE. Retrieved from http://www.editlib.org/p/35778.

Eichelberger, A., Leong, P. & Fulford, C. (2010). Differences Between Elementary and Secondary Preservice FacultyÕs Response to a One-to-One Computing Initiative. In D. Gibson & B. Dodge (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2010 (pp. 1741-1746). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Boulay, R., Fulford, C. & Leong, P. (2009). Responding to Depleted Budgets through Forging New Partnerships: Educational Technology Connections to Medicine. In I. Gibson et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2009 (pp. 2447-2453). Chesapeake, VA: AACE. Retrieved from http://www.editlib.org/p/30998.

Boulay, R. & Fulford, C. (2008, November). A qualitative study examining faculty membersÕ beginning use of technology to meet technology content standards. Proceedings for the 2008 International Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT), Orlando, Florida. [60% acceptance rate].

Fulford, C. Eichelberger, A., Ho, C., & Theal, G. (2005, March). ePressure: The shift in NCATE requirements leads to the creation of ePortfolio tools. Proceedings for the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE) International Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, 2595-2599. [Online]. Available: www.editlib.org

Rivers, R., Fulford, C. Eichelberger, A., & Ho, C. (2004, March). One Size Does Not Fit All: Community Colleges Uniquely Adapting A UniversityÕs Model of Technology Integration. Proceedings for the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE) International Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, 2004(1), 3630-3636. [Online]. Available: www.editlib.org

Ho, C.P., Theal, G., Fulford, C., & Rivers, R. (2004, March). Conceptualizing ePortfolio: Interactive Learning Objects in a Digital Learning Environment. Proceedings of Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) International Conference 2004 Atlanta Georgia (pp. 3358-3362). Norfolk, VA: AACE. [Online]. Available: www.editlib.org

Eichelberger, A., Theal, G., Rivers, R., & Fulford, C. (2003, March). Online Videos Modeling Technology Integration. Proceedings for the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE) International Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 3535-3537. [Online]. Available: www.editlib.org

Eichelberger, A. & Fulford, C. (2001, November). Creating Òtechnology intensiveÓ courses through faculty mentoring. 23rd Annual Proceedings of Selected Research and Development Presentations of the 2001 National Convention for the Association for Educational Communications and Technology. Atlanta, Georgia, 175-179.

Fulford, C. & Eichelberger, A. (2000, October). Win-win: Students using instructional design skills to teach faculty to integrate technology in teacher education. 22nd Annual Proceedings of Selected Research and Development Presentations of the 2000 National Convention for the Association for Educational Communications and Technology. Denver, Colorado, 135-139.

Fulford, C. (1999, October). Developing standards-based Òtechnology intensiveÓ courses. Proceedings of the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, WebNet 99: World Conference on the WWW and Internet, Honolulu, HI.

Fulford, C. & Zhang, S. (1995, May). Interactivity in distance education television: A constructed reality. Proceedings of the Third Invitational Distance Education Research Symposium: Towards Excellence in Distance Education: A Research Agenda. University Park, PA.

Sholdt, G., Zhang, S., & Fulford, C. (1995). Sharing across disciplines -- Interaction strategies in distance education -- Part I: Asking and answering questions. 17th Annual Proceedings of Selected Research and Development Presentations of the 1995 National Convention for the Association for Educational Communications and Technology. Anaheim, CA.

Fulford, C. & Zhang, S. (1994). Tooling up to go the distance - Video interaction analysis. 16th Annual Proceedings of Selected Research and Development Presentations of the 1994 National Convention for the Association for Educational Communications and Technology. Nashville, TN., 215-228.

Fulford, C. (1992). Systematically designed text enhanced with compressed speech audio. 14th Annual Proceedings of Selected Research and Development Presentations of the 1992 National Convention for the Association for Educational Communications and Technology. Washington, D. C.

Refereed Paper Presentations without proceedings

International

Lin, M.-F., Iyoda, R, Fulford, C., Ho, C. (June, 2013). Designing an online mobile learning course for Hawai`i's public schools teachers' professional development. Paper presented at AECT International Conference on the Frontier in e-Learning, Taichung, Taiwan.

Fulford, C. & Kendall, M. (2001, July). Information and communication technology (ICT) development matrix. The 7th World Conference on Computers in Education. Copenhagen, Denmark.

Fulford, C. & Sakaguchi, G. (1999, August). Designing a taxonomy of interaction strategies for two-way interactive distance education television. International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) Working Conference on Building University Electronic Educational Environments, Irvine, California.

National

Eichelberger, A. & Fulford, C. (2003, March). Empowering Students to Teach Teachers. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE) International Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Ho, C., Fulford, C. & Rivers, R. (2002, October) Technology Intensive Enhancement Series (TIES) Online Sabbatical Opportunity. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Dallas, Texas.

Fulford, C., Ho, C, & Rivers, R. (2002, July). The Technology Intensive Educational Continuum. Preparing TomorrowÕs Teachers to Use Technology (PT3) Grantee's Annual Conference. Washington D.C.

Fulford, C. & Ho, C (2001, August). Creating a model for technology integration. Preparing TomorrowÕs Teachers to Use Technology (PT3) Grantee's Annual Conference. Washington D.C.

Fulford, C., Ho, C. & Eichelberger, A. (2000, June). Preparing faculty and future teachers to use technology. National Educational Computing Conference (NECC), Atlanta, Georgia.

Ho, C.P., Fulford, C. & Eichelberger, A. (2000). Technology Innovations and Teacher Preparation through Partnerships and Grants. National Educational Computing Conference (NECC), Atlanta, Georgia.

Fulford, C., Ho, C.P.; & Zhang, S. (1995). Sharing across the disciplines: interaction strategies in distance education. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT). Anaheim, California.

Fulford, C. & Peterson, M. (1995, February). Writing objectives -- As easy as ABCD: CAI and feedback placement. National Convention for the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT). Anaheim, California.

Zhang, S. & Fulford, C. (1994, April). Interaction time and interactivity: Same thing in the TV classroom? American Educational Research Association (AERA). New Orleans, LA.

Zhang, S. & Fulford, C. (1994, February). Interaction time in the distance learning classroom. National Convention for the Association for Educational Communications and Technology. Nashville, Tennessee.

Fulford, C. & Zhang, S. (1993, January). Perceptions of interaction in distance education. Paper presented at the National Convention for the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT). New Orleans, LA.

Fulford, C. (1992). Systematically designed text enhanced with compressed speech audio. National Convention for the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT). Washington, D. C.

Local

Fulford, C. (1997, January). Cognitive Speed: Implications for Research. 19th Annual Hawaii Educational Research Association Conference (HERA). Honolulu, HI.

Refereed Competitive Grants

Funded Extramural

Ho, C., Fulford, C., Rivers, R., Eichelberger, A., Theal, G., & McKimmy, P., (2007-2010). Lei AlohaÕs Connections to Teaching Careers. Teacher Quality Enhancement – Recruitment (TQE-R) Grants Program. $3.295,298. [With in-kind contributions of from community partners of $1,306,815, the grand total was over $4.6 million dollars.]

Fulford, C., Ho, C., Rivers, R., Eichelberger, A., & Theal, G. (2001-2005). LEI AlohaÕs Technology Intensive Enhancement Series (TIES) to Learning. Preparing TomorrowÕs Teachers to Use Technology (PT3) - Catalyst Grant. U.S. Department of Education. $2,045,388. [With equivalent in-kind contributions of from community partners, the grand total was over $4.1 million dollars.]

Ho, C., & Fulford, C., Zhang, S. & Graduate student authors, Lee, H., Kaaloa, R., Nagata, C., (1999-2002). LEI Aloha: Learning Enhancement through Innovations. Preparing TomorrowÕs Teachers to Use Technology (PT3) - Implementation Grant. U.S. Department of Education. $1,152,085. [With in-kind contributions of $1,184,974 from community partners, the grand total was over $2.2 million dollars.]

Fulford, C. & Ho, C (1999-2000). Creating ÒTechnology IntensiveÓ Courses for the Improvement of Teacher Education and Professional Development at the University of Hawaii - Year 3. Eisenhower Professional Development Fund for 1999-2000. $45,000.

Fulford, C. & Ho, C (1998-1999). Creating ÒTechnology IntensiveÓ Courses for the Improvement of Teacher Education and Professional Development at the University of Hawaii - Year 2. Eisenhower Professional Development Fund for 1998-99. $71,418.

Fulford, C. & Ho, C (1997-1998). Creating ÒTechnology IntensiveÓ Courses for the Improvement of Teacher Education and Professional Development at the University of Hawaii. Eisenhower Professional Development Fund for 1997-98. $51,385.

Funded Internal

Fulford, C. & Ho, C (1996-1997). Creating ÒInformation Technology IntensiveÓ Courses for the Improvement of General Education at the University of Hawaii. PresidentÕs Educational Improvement Fund. $35,902.

Eichelberger, A. & Fulford, C. (1995). Enhancing learning opportunities with a CD-ROM database of a diverse sample of student portfolios. The Office of Faculty Development and Academic Support, Educational Improvement Fund, University of Hawaii. $1,000.

Fulford, C. (1994). Sharing across disciplines: Interaction Strategies for teaching over the Hawaiian Interactive Television System. The University of Hawaii Research Relations Committee, Research Relations Awards. $2,190.

Zhang, S. & Fulford, C. (1993). Students' perceptions of barriers in the interactive TV classroom. The UH Research Relations Committee, Research Relations Awards. Submitted through the Department of Educational Psychology. $3,000.

Peterson, M. & Fulford, C. (1992). Development of Supplementary Instructional Materials in Lesson Design for Media in Education. The Office of Faculty Development and Academic Support, Educational Improvement Fund. $3,500.

Fulford, C. (1991). Student and teacher perceptions of interaction techniques used in distance education courses. The Research and Training Revolving Fund Award (seed money grant) from the University Research Council. $5,875.

Fulford, C. (1991). To produce a videotape on the university as a multicultural campus for new student and faculty orientations. The Office of Faculty Development and Academic Support, Educational Improvement Fund. $6,000.

Fulford, C. (1989). Development of a training package on suicide prevention and response for employees of juvenile detention centers and mental health institutions. The Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services Training Fund. $50,000.

Fulford, C. (1988). Development of a training package on interviewing skills for employees in social services. The Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services Training Fund. $5,000.

Fulford, C. (1987). The development of employability skills audio tapes for Florida vocational education. The Florida Educational Research and Development Council, Inc. $1,000.

Additional Grant Writing Activity (Not Funded)

Kingery, P., Fulford, C., Ho, C., Theal, Eichelberger, A., & Lord, B. (2005). The Hawaii Teacher Quality Reform Project, Hawaii State Department of Education Teacher Quality Enhancement State Grants, $ 2,747,954. [With matching contributions, the grand total was $4,151,880.].

Ho, C., Fulford, C., Theal, Eichelberger, A., G, Burniske, B., & Skouge, J. (2004). ÒVideo Villages:Ó Educational Innovations in Interactive Video & Web Forums. Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education the Comprehensive Program - Fiscal Year 2005 Grant Preliminary Proposal $597,931. [With in-kind contributions from Oceanic Time-Warner, the grand total was $1,352,631.]. Congress did not approve Grant funds – competition was cancelled.

Fulford, C., Ho, C., Theal, G, Burniske, B., Skouge, J., Eichelberger, A., & Rivers, R. (2004). ÒVideo Villages:Ó Educational Innovations in Interactive Video & Web Forums. Technology Opportunities Program, US Department of Commerce $699,975. [With in-kind contributions from Oceanic Time-Warner, the grand total was $1,454,675].

Fulford, C., Ho, C., Rivers, R., Eichelberger, A., & Theal, G. (2003). LEI AlohaÕs Tech-Links Project: Connecting Theory to Practice through Critical Assessment. Preparing TomorrowÕs Teachers to Use Technology (PT3). Department of Education. $2,093,476. [With equivalent in-kind contributions from community partners, the grand total was over $4.5 million dollars. Highly competitive grant, received a score of 91 out of 100.]

Fulford, C., Rivers, R., & Ho, C., (2002). LEI AlohaÕs Online Technology Intensive Courses for Teachers on Sabbatical. IBM Reinventing Education 3.

Fulford, C., Ho, C., Rivers, R., Eichelberger, A., & Theal, G. (2001). LEI AlohaÕs Online Technology Intensive Courses for Teacher Education. Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education (FIPSE) Learning Anytime Anywhere Partnerships (LAAP). U.S. Department of Education. $2,100,000.

Fulford, C. & Eichelberger, A. (1999-2000). Creating ÒTechnology IntensiveÓ Courses for the Improvement of Teacher Education and Professional Development at the University of Hawaii - Year 4. Eisenhower Professional Development Fund for 2000-2001. $76,672.

Osell, F., Russo, A., Mohanan, K, Fulford, C. Radke, R., Simon, T., Pennypacker, C (2000). Attaining Higher Student Engagement and Achievement through Academic Courses that Use Genuine Scientific Research. National Science Foundation. (Pre-proposal approved – Lead researcher declined to submit proposal.)

Yamashita, S., Fulford, C. & Sherry, A. (2000). Enhancing learning and enabling multi-audience access through web-based modules of ETEC 414 (Educational Media Technology). PresidentÕs Educational Improvement Fund. $5,000.

Fulford, C. & Ho, C (1998). Evaluating ÒTechnology IntensiveÓ Courses for the Improvement of General Education at the University of Hawaii. PresidentÕs Faculty Opportunity Fund. $5,000.

Fulford, C. & Ho, C (1998). Examining Attitudes toward Technology in ÒTechnology IntensiveÓ Courses Using the ARCS Model. The University of Hawaii Research Relations Committee, Research Relations Awards. $5000.

Eichelberger, A. & Fulford, C. (1997). Providing diversity and equity through technology. Diversity and Equity Initiatives, Student Services, University of Hawaii. $3,500.

Ho, C., Sherry, A., Fujita K. & Fulford, C. (1995). Project OLI (On Line Interaction). Fund for Innovation in Education: Technology Education Program. $216,000.

Fulford, C. & Ho, C (1994). Sharing across the distance - Improving student to content interaction in distance education. The Comprehensive Program for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education. U.S. Department of Education. $184,251. Rank order: 141 out of 730, 19th percentile, funded only 10 proposals.

Fulford, C. & Peterson, M. (1993). Increasing student-content interaction in distance education. Fund for Innovation in Education: Innovation in Education Program. Federal Register 58(16). $228,365.

Fulford, C. (1993, Submitted pre-proposal, never responded). Interaction Using Digital Fax Technology. Xerox Foundation. $228,000.

Assistance in Funded Refereed Competitive Grants Outside the University

Jenkins, V. & Fulford, C. (1994) Author & Advisory Board Member. Application for Cooperative Agreement -- Hawaii State Diabetes Control Program -- Core Program. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services -- Public Health Service. $285,000.

Non-Competitive Grants

Funding for the purchase of computer and peripheral equipment to improve media and instructional design courses. (1990). The College of Education. $8,320.

The Office of Faculty Development and Academic Support. (1990). Grant for curriculum development. $500.

The Center for Instructional Development and Services, Florida State University. (1990). Grant for dissertation research, Included a computer search and reproduction of current literature on compressed speech; production, editing, and typesetting of audio scripts; professional production, compression, and duplication of audiotapes; and provision of published text materials. $2,500.

Grant Produced Creative Works As Principal Investigator

Published and broadcast works have been a combined production/curriculum ventures developed from concept through creation to presentation to involve students in real projects on an apprentice styled learning basis targeted to real audiences. All of the programs received repeated broadcasts over educational television networks and some over commercial television networks reaching a wide-ranging demographic.

Theal, G. (2005) LEI AlohaÕs Technology Intensive Initiative (Preview, Overview & Feature) [Videotape & DVD]. Educational Technology Department, LEI Aloha Project [Principal Investigators: Fulford, C. & Ho, C.]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. [Online]. Available: http://etec.hawaii.edu/

Theal, G.T.; Wilson L. B.; Hoeffken G.; Ogi, R. (2004) On ePortfolios (13 modules with CDROM and Web Interfaces) [Interactive multimedia]. Educational Technology Department, LEI Aloha Project [Principal Investigators: Fulford, C. & Ho, C.]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. [Online]. Available: http://etec.hawaii.edu/

Theal, G.T.; Yamane, S. (2004) Sounds Like a Plan (Preview, Overview & Feature) [Television broadcast & Video]. Educational Technology Department, LEI Aloha Project [Principal Investigators: Fulford, C. & Ho, C.]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. [Online]. Available: http://etec.hawaii.edu/

Theal, G.T.; Yamane, S. (2003) Side by Side (Preview, Overview & Feature) [Television broadcast & Video]. Educational Technology Department, LEI Aloha Project [Principal Investigators: Fulford, C. & Ho, C.]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. [Online]. Available: http://etec.hawaii.edu/

Theal, G.T.; Yamane, S. (2003) Cyberclass In Session (Preview, Overview & Feature) [Television broadcast & Video]. Educational Technology Department, LEI Aloha Project [Principal Investigators: Fulford, C. & Ho, C.]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. [Online]. Available: http://etec.hawaii.edu/

Theal, G.T.; Yamane, S. (2003) No Strings Attached (Preview, Overview & Feature) [Television broadcast & Video]. Educational Technology Department, LEI Aloha Project [Principal Investigators: Fulford, C. & Ho, C.]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. [Online]. Available: http://etec.hawaii.edu/

Theal, G.T.; Hoeffken, G.; Mardon, C. (2003) Picture This (Preview, Overview & Feature) [Television broadcast & Video]. Educational Technology Department, LEI Aloha Project [Principal Investigators: Fulford, C. & Ho, C.]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. [Online]. Available: http://etec.hawaii.edu/

Theal, G.T.; Yamane, S. (2002) Outside-In (Preview, Overview & Feature) [Television broadcast & Video]. Educational Technology Department, LEI Aloha Project [Principal Investigators: Fulford, C. & Ho, C.]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. [Online]. Available: http://etec.hawaii.edu/

Theal, G.T.; Yamane, S. (2002) Business as Usual? (Preview, Overview & Feature) [Television broadcast & Video]. Educational Technology Department, LEI Aloha Project [Principal Investigators: Fulford, C. & Ho, C.]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. [Online]. Available: http://etec.hawaii.edu/

Theal, G.T.; Yamane, S. (2002) For the Record (Preview, Overview & Feature) [Television broadcast & Video]. Educational Technology Department, LEI Aloha Project [Principal Investigators: Fulford, C. & Ho, C.]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. [Online]. Available: http://etec.hawaii.edu/

Theal, G.T.; Mardon, C. (2002) You Can Take It With You (Preview, Overview & Feature) [Television broadcast & Video]. Educational Technology Department, LEI Aloha Project [Principal Investigators: Fulford, C. & Ho, C.]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. [Online]. Available: http://etec.hawaii.edu/

Theal, G. T. (2002) ETEC Connections Infomercial [Television broadcast & Video]. Educational Technology Department, LEI Aloha Project [Principal Investigators: Fulford, C. & Ho, C.]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. [Online]. Available: http://etec.hawaii.edu/

Theal, G.T.; Yamane, S. (2002) With That Special Touch (Preview, Overview & Feature) [Television broadcast & Video]. Educational Technology Department, LEI Aloha Project [Principal Investigators: Fulford, C. & Ho, C.]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. [Online]. Available: http://etec.hawaii.edu/

Theal, G.T.; Radke, M. (2002) ETEC Connections Brochure [Document]. Educational Technology Department, LEI Aloha Project [Principal Investigators: Fulford, C. & Ho, C.]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. [Online]. Available: http://etec.hawaii.edu/

Theal, G.T.; Yamane, S. (2002) Tech Central (Preview, Overview & Feature) [Television broadcast & Video]. Educational Technology Department, LEI Aloha Project [Principal Investigators: Fulford, C. & Ho, C.]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. [Online]. Available: http://etec.hawaii.edu/

Theal, G.T.; Yamane, S. (2002) Tell It Like It Was (Preview, Overview & Feature) [Television broadcast & Video]. Educational Technology Department, LEI Aloha Project [Principal Investigators: Fulford, C. & Ho, C.]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. [Online]. Available: http://etec.hawaii.edu/

Theal, G.T.; Gomabon, R.; Yee, R. (2002) Robotics 101 (Preview, Overview & Feature) [Television broadcast & Video]. Educational Technology Department, LEI Aloha Project [Principal Investigators: Fulford, C. & Ho, C.]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. [Online]. Available: http://etec.hawaii.edu/

Theal, G.T.; Mardon, C.; Gomabon, R.; Yee, R. (2001) MedTech Online (Preview, Overview & Feature) [Television broadcast & Video]. Educational Technology Department, LEI Aloha Project [Principal Investigators: Fulford, C. & Ho, C.]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. [Online]. Available: http://etec.hawaii.edu/

Theal, G. T.; Stanley, P.; Waters, L.; Pedersen, M. (2001) ETEC@UHManoa (Preview, Overview & Feature) [Television broadcast & Video]. Educational Technology Department, LEI Aloha Project [Principal Investigators: Fulford, C. & Ho, C.]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. [Online]. Available: http://etec.hawaii.edu/

Theal, G. T.; Yee, R.; Waters, L.; Pedersen, M. (2001) Project Pollution (Preview, Overview & Feature) [Television broadcast & Video]. Educational Technology Department, LEI Aloha Project [Principal Investigators: Fulford, C. & Ho, C.]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. [Online]. Available: http://etec.hawaii.edu/

Theal, G. T.; Yee, R.; Waters, L.; Pedersen, M. (2001). Inside Kapunahala (Preview, Overview & Feature) [Television broadcast & Video]. Educational Technology Department, LEI Aloha Project [Principal Investigators: Fulford, C. & Ho, C.]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. [Online]. Available: http://etec.hawaii.edu/

Theal, G. T.; Yee, R.; Waters, L.; Pedersen, M. (2001). Bookends of War (Preview, Overview & Feature) [Television broadcast & Video]. Educational Technology Department, LEI Aloha Project [Principal Investigators: Fulford, C. & Ho, C.]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. [Online]. Available: http://etec.hawaii.edu/

Theal, G. T.; Yee, R.; Waters, L.; Pedersen, M. (2001). ETEC Connections [web-site]. Educational Technology Department, LEI Aloha Project [Principal Investigators: Fulford, C. & Ho, C.]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. [Online]. Available: http://etec.hawaii.edu/

Orrill, J. (2004) Technology Intensive Enhancement Series (TIES Primers) (21 online modules) [Interactive multimedia]. Educational Technology Department, LEI Aloha Project [Principal Investigators: Fulford, C. & Ho, C.]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. [Online]. Available:  http://etec.hawaii.edu/oldsite/vr/tutorials/ties/primers/index.htm

Professional Publications

Ho, C., Fulford, C., & Leong, P. (2009). MasterÕs in Educational Technology. Nationally Recognized by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). College of Education, University of Hawaii at Manoa.

Fulford, C. (1997). ÒTechnology intensiveÓ courses for the University of Hawaii. Educational Perspectives. 31 (2) 13-17

Fulford, C. (Ed.). (1997). University of Hawaii Technology Intensive Courses, Curriculum Development Guidelines: [online] Available http://www.hawaii.edu/ti/

Fulford, C. & Hines, M. E. (Eds.). (1997). Technology Intensive Standards: [online] Available http://www.hawaii.edu/ti/

Fulford, C. (Ed.). (1994). The task analysis of the DOE School Technology Facilitator. Honolulu: University of Hawaii at Manoa, Department of Educational Technology.

Peterson, M. & Fulford, C. (1993). Computer-aided-instruction, feedback, and retention. Report on the Educational Improvement Fund 1992/93. Office of Faculty Development and Academic Support. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii.

Fulford, C. (1991). The University of Hawaii at Manoa: A video overview for new faculty orientation. Report on the Educational Improvement Fund 1990/91. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii at Manoa, Office of Faculty Development and Academic Support.

Fulford, C. (1990). Growing orchids (students) in Hawaii. Teaching & Learning 4(2). (By invitation).

Fulford, C. (1989). The relative effectiveness and efficiency of systematically designed instructional text augmented with normal and compressed speech audio tapes. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.

Fulford, C. (1982). SIGI support materials - Needs assessment: A final report. Tallahassee, FL: Florida State University, Career Placement Center. (ERIC Document Reproduction Services).

Instructional Design Projects

Miller, D. & Fulford, C. (1989). Suicide prevention and response training program - Trainer's guide. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services.

Miller, D. & Fulford, C. (1989). Suicide prevention - Pocket guide: Warning signs, indicators, and skill checks. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services.

Miller, D., Fulford, C., Fletcher, T., & Fletcher, S. (1989). Suicide prevention and response training program [videotape]. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services.

Textbook Series

Fulford, C. (1985-87). Section 5 - Basic food preparation, Learning Activity Packs and Instructor Guides (separate cover). Commercial Foods and Culinary Arts Competency-Based Series. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education.

LAP 5.5 A:        Preparing salads & Instructor guide. (1987).

LAP 5.5 B:        Preparing salad dressing & Instructor guide. (1987).

LAP 5.12 A:      Pre and post preparation of red meats and poultry & Instructor guide. (1987).

LAP 5.12 B:       Preparation of red meats and poultry & Instructor guide. (1987).

LAP 5.1 A:        Using cooking, baking, and cutting terms & Instructor guide. (1985).

LAP 5.1 B:        Reading and converting recipes-Weighing and measuring & Instructor Guide. (1985).

LAP 5.2:           Organizing work stations, and simplifying work & Instructor guide. (1985).

LAP 5.4 A:        Introduction to sandwiches & Instructor guide. (1985).

LAP 5.4 B:        Preparing sandwiches & Instructor guide. (1985).

LAP 5.10 A:      Preparing stocks & Instructor guide. (1985).

LAP 5.10 B:       Preparing soups & Instructor guide. (1985).

LAP 5.11:          Using herbs and spices-Preparing sauces and gravies & Instructor guide. (1985).

LAP 5.13 A:      Introduction to fish and shellfish & Instructor guide. (1985).

LAP 5.13 B:       Buying, preparing, and cooking fish & Instructor guide. (1985).

LAP 5.13 C:      Buying, preparing, and cooking shellfish & Instructor guide. (1985).

Creative Works

Fulford, C. & Nakahara, A. (2011) How to Work a Conference, to Make it Work for You! Five part series: Part 1:  Strategic Conferencing. Part 2:  Intro to Slideshow. Part 3:  Visuals 101. Part 4:  Visuals 102. Part 5:  Presentation Delivery. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii in conjunction with Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUchKkR5PkQ

Fulford, C. & Tanare, A. (2011) How to Work a Conference, to Make it Work for You! Five part series: Part 1:  Strategic Conferencing. Part 2:  Intro to Slideshow. Part 3:  Visuals 101. Part 4:  Visuals 102. Part 5:  Presentation Delivery. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii in conjunction with Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). http://www.youtube.com/playlist?p=PLF0607D1A48F99094

Fulford, C. (2007) Taking Great Pictures! [DVD]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii.

Fulford, C., Eichelberger, A., Capers, E., & Revisions by Nguyen, T. (1996) Technology intensive courses [Website]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii. http://www.hawaii.edu/ti/

Peterson, M. & Fulford, C. (1993). As easy as ABCD: A HyperCard stack for developing performance objectives [Computer program]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii.

Albright, M. & Fulford, C. (1991). The University of Hawaii at Manoa: A video overview for new faculty orientation. [Videotape]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii.

Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services & Fulford, C. (1988). Interviewing skills training package. Tallahassee, FL: Author.

Fulford, C. (1988). Test development workshop package. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Professional Regulation.

Fulford, C. (1988). Task analysis workshop package. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Professional Regulation.

Fulford, C. (1987). Test development ready reference. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education.

Kromhout, O. & Fulford, C. (1987). Test development workshop package. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education.

Fulford, C. (1985). Commercial foods and culinary arts workshop package. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education.

Fulford, C. (1980). Systematic vocational planning: Rationale and benefits [Slide-tape]. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education.

Fulford, C. (1980). Systematic vocational planning: Types of planning [Slide-tape]. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education.

Fulford, C. (1980). Systematic vocational planning: Needs assessment [Slide-tape]. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education.

Published Abstracts

Sherry, A., Fulford, C., Zhang, S. (1998). An interactive and evaluative strategy for distance education. The American Journal of Distance Education 12 (3) 4-28. In Ho, C. Outreach and Access. (1998) Educational Perspectives 32(1) 13-25.

Zhang, S. & Fulford, C. (1996). Interactive TV with two-way and one-way video: When is no difference significant in distance education? Education and Information Technologies (1) 227-238, In Ho, C. Outreach and Access. (1998) Educational Perspectives 32(1) 13-25.

Fulford, C. & Zhang, S. (1993). Predicting satisfaction with perceptions of interaction in distance learning. Abstracts: International Conference and Exhibition, TeleTeaching, 93, Trondheim, Norway.

Newsletters

Fulford, C. (Ed) (1989 - 1990). Accent on 2. [Quarterly district newsletter]. Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, District 2. Tallahassee, FL.

Fulford, C., (Ed) (1988 - 1990). Training highlights. [Monthly district newsletter]. Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, District 2. Tallahassee, FL.

Teaching

Courses

ETEC 414 - Media in Education

Introduction to theories, application of principles, acquisition of practical skill of educational media relevant to teaching/learning situation, in classroom as well as non-school settings. The purpose of the course is to prepare student teachers and other educators to use a variety of media and advocate for media in the classroom. Theoretical constructs of instructional design, visualizing concepts and visual literacy are used as a basis for developing media. Students learn about technology including video, computer graphics, projected visuals, e-mail, World Wide Web, distance education, and multi-media. The course follows an interactive and hands-on approach. Students produce a number of media projects, and make presentations advocating various technologies. Projects are graded using performance checklists. (3 credits)

ETEC 600 – Theory and Practice in Educational Technology

Major models of instruction underlying technological application to instructional development. The purpose of the course is to prepare students to analyze and solve problems in instructional systems that lead to instructional or technological solutions. The course covers systems theory, change theory, needs assessment, information processing, instructional design, and grant writing basics. In groups, students develop and present a front-end analysis of a chosen instructional system. The midterm exam asks students to reflect on key concepts covered in the course. The course is rigorous and requires that students commit ample time for reading, writing, and meeting with project teams. This course is part of the core in the Educational Technology Master's Program and Doctoral Specialization. (3 credits)

ETEC 603 - Instructional Design & Development

Models, methods, and strategies in instructional design for solving instructional problems in authentic situations. The purpose of the course is to prepare students to follow a systematic approach for designing instruction. The course includes the application of basic concepts and techniques for solving instructional problems in real-life situations. Students will analyze an instructional problem, develop a prototype, then design an instructional module, and conduct formative evaluation. Peer review will be used to enhance the teamwork aspect of instructional design. Students will reflect on their own participation in the project, and various theories and methods in a final exam. This course is part of the core in the Educational Technology Master's Program and Doctoral Specialization. (3 credits)

ETEC 620 – Visual Design

The course provides theory and practice involved in planning, layout, and production of instructional graphic materials for use in many different formats. The purpose of the course is to assist students in implementing a systematic approach to the design and production of instructional materials with emphasis on visual literacy, elements of design, and digital photographic techniques. Course content includes: visual design principles and visual literacy; digital photography; newsletter and eBook design; and relevant current software. Students will compare visual design strategies in various media such as, video, print, computer-based, and web-based applications and reflect on various theories and methods in midterm exam. Students will individually create or redesign a newsletter. In teams, students will explore relevant free and open source software and present their discoveries to the class in a workshop. Their team will then design an eBook that has interactive, photographic, multimedia, and evaluative components, present to the class, conduct formative evaluation with their classmates, review their finding, and make revisions to their work. Much of the course is conducted in a studio like setting where the instructor provides feedback and guidance, and students are encouraged to give feedback to others. (3 credits)

ETEC 630 – Video/TV Design

Development and utilization of video and television for purposes of improving the teaching-learning process. The purpose of the course is to prepare instructional designers and other educators to design, plan, and produce professional quality television and video instruction. Emphasis is on developing instructional strategies appropriate for the medium. Pre-production planning is key to the effectiveness of instruction, so a large block of the course is devoted to these processes. Production skills and advanced editing skills are practiced. In large groups, students choose production roles, design instructional strategies, plan a production, produce and edit an instructional video, conduct formative evaluation, and write a final report. (3 credits)

ETEC 663 – Planning for Technology & Resources

This ÒAction-ResearchÓ course will allow students to use their skills and knowledge of technology operations, concepts, and integration. They will reflect on their own integration of technology for learning as well as assess the conditions in their own system. The course will provide the basis for developing and maintaining positive mentoring relationships to assist others in developing technology intensive learning environments. Students will learn to evaluate needs and set goals for mentoring. They will learn to help others match content and technology standards, and mentor others through the design of effective instruction. Students will practice their mentoring skills by conducting technology tutoring sessions in their schools. (3 credits)

ETEC 687 – Instructional Development Practicum

Practicum in instructional development and design in academic, agency, and private industry settings. Second and third year students choose a real-life instructional design/technology project as a group. Students individually identify what they would like to learn in the course and the group tries to incorporate these areas into the chosen project. Then, students identify roles of group members, set goals and objectives, conduct, and evaluate the project. A final report is required to document the project. Past projects have included conducting technology workshops for College of Education faculty and assisting the teacher education program in improving technology skills for student teachers. The course is restricted to students in the ETEC Master's program. (3 credits)

ETEC 688 - Educational Technology Practicum

Practicum in educational technology applications in academic or non-academic settings, under close supervision, plus regular class meetings. The purpose of the course is for ETEC Master's students to operationalize the theories and methods learned in the ETEC Masters Program. Students in their final semester complete their Masters Projects through a series of researcher, writer, and presenter workshops. They share their research proposals, critique each otherÕs final drafts, and prepare their final MasterÕs presentations and electronic portfolios. In each workshop series, students are required to provide meaningful homework for other students to assist them in the research efforts. The final event is to present their research to a College of Education audience. The course is restricted to students in the ETEC Master's program. (3 credits)

ETEC 698 - Distance Education Strategies

This course was delivered once as an experimental course. The purpose of the course was to prepare teachers to design, deliver, and evaluate instruction for distance education. Students develop distance learning lessons with management and evaluation plans, and made on camera presentations. A two-way interactive television system was used for the delivery of the course. Students were in two classrooms connected by video. They rotated being the studio site and the receive site so that they could understand the feeling of being a distance education student and teacher. Students used various technologies to deliver instruction, such as, the overhead presenter and presentation software. Interaction strategies were emphasized. Electronic mail was used to enhance communication. (3 credits)

ETEC 699 - Directed Reading and/or Research

This course is an elective in the ETEC Master's program. The purpose of the course is to allow individual students and faculty members to pursue projects of mutual interest. It serves as additional practical experience for the student. Past student projects have included: writing grants, acting as research assistants, writing research articles, and acting as teaching assistants for the courses listed above. (3 credits)

Invited Presentations and Workshops

Posters: The Visual Abstract. Doctoral Students in Educational Administration in preparation for the Asian American Pacific Islander Research Coalition Symposium, August 2013.

Writing grant proposals: Would you fund this grant? Preparing Future Faculty Series. Center for Teaching Excellence & Graduate Division, March 2012, October 2013.

University of Hawaii COE Second Life Island, 2012 Seminar on Virtual Worlds and Educational Technologies, Norwegian University of Science & Technology, Trondheim Norway, April 2012.

How to work a conference to make it work for you! College of Education Doctoral Students Association (COEDSA) Workshop, March 2010, March 2012.

Making an Impact! Designing Visuals for Learning. Global TIME: Global Conference on Technology, Innovation, Media & Education. Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). Online, February 2012.

Curriculum Vitae, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. Preparing Future Faculty Series. Center for Teaching Excellence & Graduate Division, September 2003, October 2004, March 2007, September 2007, February 2008, September 2008, September 2011, September 2012.

How to work a conference to make it work for you! Center for Teaching Excellence & Graduate Division, February 2011.

Creating Your Curriculum Vitae. College of Education Doctoral Students Association (COEDSA) Workshop, October 2009.

Revitalize Your Curriculum Vitae, A Workshop for Faculty. Center for Teaching Excellence, November 2009.

Panel of Experienced Chairs, Spring 2009 Department Chair Series. The Office of Faculty Development & Academic Support and The Assessment Office, February 2009.

What Happens to My Dossier Next? Levels of Review for Renewal, Tenure, and Promotion. Faculty Mentoring Program, Faculty Panel Member, September 2007.

Technology in the Classroom. Center for Teaching Excellence, Faculty Panel Member, February 2007.

Developing a Professional Agenda. Faculty Mentoring Program, Faculty Panel Member, February 2003.

Introduction to Mentoring. Faculty Mentoring Program, Faculty Panel Member, October 2000.

PowerPoint Your Class!!! Visual Design with PowerPoint. eLearning 2000 Conference. Honolulu, HI, July 2000.

Funding for Technology Integration: Finding & Writing Fundable Grants. eLearning 2000 Conference. Honolulu, HI, July 2000.

University of Hawaii Technology Intensive Courses. Florida State University Site Visit. Tallahassee, FL, June 2000.

Prioritizing for Tenure and Promotion. Faculty Mentoring Program, Faculty Panel Member, February 2000.

Technology Intensive Courses. TALENT Show 98 – Teaching and Learning with Electronic Networked Technologies. Hawaii Educational Research Network Conference. Honolulu, HI, March 1998.

Needs Assessment: Setting Priorities in Your Doctoral Work. College of Education Doctoral Students Association (COEDSA) Workshop, Presenter, January 1998.

VI. Thou Shalt Use Readable Fonts and Graphics Designing Your Visuals for the Learner. From the 10 Commandments on Teaching with Technology. Office of Faculty Development Workshop Series, October 1997.

Personal & Professional Needs Assessment: Setting Priorities & Learning to Say NO. Faculty Mentoring Workshop, Presenter, March 1997.

Technology in Education. Education 403 Post-Bac Inquiry, May 1997.

Networking Fair Workshop. Faculty Mentoring Program, Faculty Panel Member, September 1997.

Focus on Faculty Research, College of Education Colloquium, Honolulu, HI, March 1997.

Cognitive Speed: Implications for Research. Hawaii Educational Research Association. Honolulu, HI, January 1997.

Perceptions of interaction; the critical predictor in distance education. Audio teleconference with Pennsylvania State University, Lincoln University, and Cheyney University of Pennsylvania. Sponsored by The Center for the Study of Distance Education Discussion Forum Series for Faculty, Pennsylvania State University. Delivered from University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HI, April 1996.

Task analysis workshop for library managers. (Invited expert). University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HI, November 1995.

Professional development, I'm excited - now what?! College of Education Colloquium, Electronic Information Access: Research, Teaching, and Service, Honolulu, HI, September 1995.

Educational Technology at University of Hawaii. Television presentation for the Kapiolani Community College, Office of Instructional Television and Olelo Tapestry Program, Honolulu, HI, March 1993.

Weaving the world into one. Teleclass International, Chaminade University Project for Japanese Teachers. Honolulu, HI, July 1993.

Perceptions of interaction in distance education, College of Education Colloquium, Honolulu, HI, September 1993.

Instructional design strategies for teaching on television. Hawaii Interactive Television System (HITS). University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI, November 1990 and March 1991.

Team building workshop series for Children, Youth, and Families supervisors. Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, District 2, Tallahassee, FL, November 1989 - April 1990.

Task analysis workshop for statewide determination of Children, Youth, and Families supervisors' job skills. Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, District 2, Tallahassee, FL, March 1990.

Using experiential learning games. Statewide Training Manager's Conference. Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, April 1989.

Marketing vocational education. Florida Vocational Educators Annual Summer Conference. Orlando, FL, August 1988.

Item writing workshop for the marriage and family therapistsÕ profession. The Department of Professional Regulation. Tampa, FL, July 1988.

Content analysis workshop for the marriage and family therapists Profession. The Department of Professional Regulation. Tampa, FL, June 1988.

Team building workshop for Jefferson County Schools support staff. Jefferson County School System. Monticello, FL, May 1988.

Creating team building to improve moral. Jefferson County School Board. Monticello, FL, May 1988.

Team building workshop for vocational nursing instructors. Erwin Vocational Education Center, Tampa, FL, February 1988.

Using experiential learning games workshop. Erwin Vocational Education Center, Tampa, FL, February 1988.

Professional Presentations, Workshops, Conferences

How to work a conference to make it work for you! EdMedia 2010, 2011, 2012, Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), June 2010, June 2011, June 2012. July 2013.

Curriculum Vitae, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. EdMedia 2010, 2011, 2012, Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), June 2010, June 2011, June 2012. July 2013.

Writing grant proposals: Would you fund this grant? EdMedia 2010, 2011, 2012, Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), June 2010, June 2011, June 2012, June 2013.

LEI AlohaÕs Connections to Teaching Careers – Teacher Quality Enhancement (TQE) Grants for Recruitment. College of Education Technology Showcase, Honolulu, HI. October 2007.

TIES: A Technology Sabbatical program for K-12 Teachers. Hawaii Department of Education eSchool 2004 Conference, Honolulu, HI. January 2004.

LEI AlohaÕs PT3 Initiatives at a Glance. Ed-Media 2003 Pre-Conference Invitational - Technology Projects Around the Globe: Tools, Environments, and Opportunities. Honolulu, HI, June 2003.

e-Learning 2001 Conference, 1-day event to showcase LEI Aloha Grant participantsÕ accomplishments, Higher Ed & K-12 Strands, 21 Concurrent sessions, 11 Hands-on workshops, 200+ COE & K-12 participants. Honolulu, HI, July 2001.

e-Learning 2000 Conference, 1-day event to showcase LEI Aloha Grant participantsÕ accomplishments, Higher Ed & K-12 Strands, 24 Concurrent sessions, 12 Hands-on workshops, 75+ COE & K-12 participants. Honolulu, HI, July 15, 2000.

Preparing tomorrowÕs teachers to use technology in Hawaii. Third Annual Technology and the World of Learning Conference, Maui, Hawaii, April 2000.

Funding for Technology Integration: Finding & Writing Fundable Grant Proposals. e-Learning 2000: Collaborative Learning in Technologically Enhanced Environments, The 1st Annual Conference for Educators. Honolulu, HI, July 2000.

PowerPoint Your Class: Visual Design with PowerPoint. e-Learning 2000: Collaborative Learning in Technologically Enhanced Environments, The 1st Annual Conference for Educators. Honolulu, HI, July 2000.

Visual Design. ETEC 687 – College of Education Brown Bag Faculty Workshops. Honolulu, HI, November 1999.

Technology Intensive Courses. College of Education Technology Event. ETEC 687 – College of Education Brown Bag Faculty Workshops. Honolulu, HI, September 1999.

Visual Design. ETEC 688 – College of Education Faculty Workshops. Honolulu, HI, October 1998.

Visual Design. ETEC 688 – Technology Intensive Faculty Workshops. Honolulu, HI, October 1997.

Technology Intensive Courses. Hawaii Educational Research Network Conference. Honolulu, HI, September 1997.

Technology Intensive Courses. Hawaii Educational Research Network Conference. Honolulu, HI, July 1997.

Instructional Design. Hawaii Educational Research Network Conference. Honolulu, HI, July 1997.

Visual Design. Hawaii Educational Research Network Conference. Honolulu, HI, July 1997.

College of Education Technology Planning Day, Honolulu, HI. January 1997.

Computer graphics and presentation software: Seeing is believing. Looking to the Future, Technology Workshops for Continuing Professional Development - ETEC 688 Faculty Workshop Series. Honolulu, HI. November 1995.

Technology resources - What tasks need to be accomplished? Task Analysis Workshop for the Technology and Telecommunications for Teachers (T3) Needs Assessment Task Force. Honolulu, HI. November 1993.

Human networking - Share yourself. A workshop for Expanding Your Horizons. Spring conference for the Educators for Technology and Computing in Hawaii. Honolulu, HI. March 1993.

Networking: The human touch in a high tech society. A workshop for Learning for the Information Age Fall conference for the Educators for Technology and Computing in Hawaii, Honolulu, HI, November 1991.

Statewide suicide prevention - Train the trainer. Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services. Tallahassee, FL. September 1989.

Training with pizzazz. District Trainers' Meeting. Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services. Fort Lauderdale, FL, September 1989.

Task analysis workshop for determination of administrative support staff job skills. Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services. Wakulla Springs, FL, August 1989.

District trainers' needs assessment workshop. Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Wakulla Springs, FL, January 1989.

Item writing workshop for the landscape architect profession. The Department of Professional Regulation. Tampa, FL, April 1988.

Content analysis workshop for the landscape architect profession. The Department of Professional Regulation. Tampa, FL, April 1988.

Task analysis workshop for the cosmetology instructorsÕ profession. The Department of Professional Regulation. Tampa, FL, March 1988.

Task analysis workshop for the geology profession. The Department of Professional Regulation. Tampa, FL, January 1988.

Workshop for marketing vocational education. Erwin Vocational Education Center, Tampa, FL, November 1987.

Service

Referee for Books

Springer Publishing 2009

Referee for manuscripts

The American Journal of Distance Education 1993-2000.

The Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 1993.

Referee for Conference Papers

Reviewer: Ed-Media 2013 World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications Victoria, British Colombia, Canada (2013).

Reviewer: Ed-Media 2012 World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications Denver, Colorado (2012).

Reviewer: Ed-Media 2011 World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications Lisbon, Portugal (2011).

Reviewer: Ed-Media 2010 World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications Toronto, Canada (2010).

Reviewer: Ed-Media 2009 World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications Honolulu, Hawaii (2009).

Reviewer: Ed-Media 2007 World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications Vancouver, Canada (2007).

Chair Conference Paper Sessions

Ed-Media 2008 World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications Vienna, Austria (2008).

Ed-Media 2007 World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications Vancouver, Canada (2007).

The 8th World Conference on Computers in Education (WCCE). Cape Town, South Africa (2005).

The 7th World Conference on Computers in Education (WCCE). Montreal, Canada (2002).

The 6th World Conference on Computers in Education (WCCE). Copenhagen, Denmark (2001).

World Computer Congress (WCC), Beijing, China (2000).

Sixth IFIP World Conference for Computers in Education (WCCE), Birmingham, United Kingdom (1995).

International TeleTeaching '93 Conference in Trondheim, Norway (1993).

Consulting

Worldview Multimedia Education (WME), a subsidiary of Worldview Global Media Ltd. (WGM) in Malaysia. Developed web-based course outlines for educational technology courses. 1997-1998. $500.

Leadership

International

First Opponent – External Doctoral Review Committee – Mikhail Fominykh, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, 2012.

Executive Committee, Ed-Media World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications Honolulu, Hawaii 2009-2012.

Conference Program Co-Chair, Ed-Media 2009 World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications Honolulu, Hawaii 2008-2009.

Moderator: International Electronic Mail Discussion for Working group 3.6 - Distance Learning, International Federation for Information Processing, 1994-1995.

University/Statewide

Chair Linguistics Doctoral and MasterÕs Program Review for Council on Program Reviews (COPR), August 1997-March 1998.

Chair Statewide Suicide Prevention Training Development Committee. Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, 1989-1989.

College/District

Chair, Faculty Senate, Committee on Governance, 2002-2003 & 2004-2006.

Chair, Faculty Senate, Ad Hoc Committee on Merit Pay, 2011.

Chair, Faculty Senate, College of Education, University of Hawaii, January 2001-June 2002.

Chair, Faculty Senate, Website Committee, 2002-2004.

Chair District Committee, Administrative Support Staff In-Service Training (ASSIST) Project. Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, District 2, 1989-1990.

Chair District Needs Assessment Committee. Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, District 2, 1989-1990.

Departmental

Chair Graduate Student Orientation and Renewal, Educational Technology, University of Hawaii, 1991-1998, 2006-Present.

ETEC Masters Campus Coordinator, Educational Technology, University of Hawaii 2012-Present.

Chair, Educational Technology, University of Hawaii 2006-2012.

Graduate Chair, MasterÕs Program, Educational Technology, University of Hawaii 2006-2012.

Faculty Advisor, ETEC Hui Graduate Student Organization, University of Hawaii 2007-2008.

Chair, Faculty Search Committee, Educational Technology, University of Hawaii 2004-2005.

Chair Departmental Personnel Committee (DPC), Educational Technology, University of Hawaii 1995-2000 & 2004-2006.

Chair Aloha United Way, ETEC Department Campaign, 2000.

Chair Application for Exemplary Programs in Educational Technology, 1999.

Chair Technology Activators Sequence Certificate (TASC) of Accomplishment in Educational Technology, 1996-1998.

Chair Graduate Student Orientation and Renewal, Educational Technology, University of Hawaii, 1991-1998.

Chair Technology Intensive Standards and Guidelines Committee, 1997.

Chair RCUH Assistantship Grant Request Development Committee, Educational Technology, University of Hawaii, 1993.

Chair Faculty Hiring Committee, Educational Technology, University of Hawaii, 1991-2.

Community

Chair Registration Committee, Spring Conference, Educators for Technology and Computing in Hawaii, 1995.

Member of Committees

International

Doctoral Review Committee – External Member, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia, 2007.

Working group 3.6 - Distance Learning, International Federation for Information Processing, 1994-Present. (By invitation only.)

Special work group – Curriculum UNESCO-IFIP lÕinformatique dans lÕensignement secondaire. (Secondary Curriculum for Information Technology), United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and International Federation for Information (IFIP), 2000. (By invitation only.)

National

Development Committee & Advisory Board Member for Grant Project: Innovative Programs Using Technology in Mathematics Service Courses. (1995-1997). The Annenburg/CPB Project at Central Michigan State. $388,592.

University/Statewide

Council of Chairs, University of Hawaii, 2005-2012.

Tenure and Promotion Review Committee (TPRC), University of Hawaii, 1997, 2003, 2007, 2011, 2014.

Graduate Council Administrative-Admissions-Advisory Committee, University of Hawaii, 2007-2008.

Graduate Council, University of Hawaii, 2004, 2006-2007.

Graduate Council Program Committee, University of Hawaii, 2006-2007.

Graduate Council Course Committee, University of Hawaii, 2005-2006.

Graduate Council Graduate Faculty Review Committee, University of Hawaii, 2004-2005.

University of Hawaii Professional Assembly (UHPA) Representative, 2003-2005.

All Campus Council of Faculty Senate Chairs (ACCFSC), University of Hawaii, January 2001-June 2002.

Advisory Board, Faculty Mentoring Program, University of Hawaii, 1996-1998.

New Faculty Orientation Planning Committee, University of Hawaii, 1991.

Statewide Committee to Develop a Department Needs Assessment System. Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, 1988-90.

Statewide Committee for Training Systems Development Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, 1989-90.

Statewide Committee for the Training Manager's Conference. Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, 1988-89.

Statewide Committee to Distribute General Revenue Funds for Staff Development and Training. Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, May 1989.

College/District

Governance Committee, Faculty Senate, College of Education, University of HawaiÕi, 2003-2006, 2013.

DeanÕs Council, College of Education, University of HawaiÕi, 2000-2002, 2006-2012.

Graduate Chair Council, College of Education, University of HawaiÕi, 2006-2013.

Institute for Teacher Education Council of Chairs, College of Education, University of HawaiÕi, 2006-2012.

Faculty Senate, College of Education, University of HawaiÕi, 2000-2002, 2010-2012.

Teaching Excellence Award Committee, College of Education, University of HawaiÕi, 2010.

Recognition Dinner Banquet Committee, College of Education, University of HawaiÕi, 2007.

Student Orientation Committee, College of Education, University of HawaiÕi, 2007.

Governance Committee, Faculty Senate, College of Education, University of HawaiÕi, 2003-2006, 2013.

College-wide Departmental Personnel Committee (DPC) for Counselor Education, College of Education, University of HawaiÕi, 2004.

Technology Task Force, College of Education, University of HawaiÕi, 2000-2003.

College of Education Advisory Board, University of Hawaii, January 2001-June 2002.

Technology Teacher Education Committee (TEC), College of Education, University of HawaiÕi, 1999-Present.

College-wide Departmental Personnel Committee (DPC) for the Center on Disability Studies, College of Education, University of HawaiÕi, 2003.

Dai Ho Chun Screening Committee, College of Education, University of HawaiÕi, 2002.

Senate Curriculum Committee, College of Education, University of HawaiÕi, 1996-1997.

Science Teacher Education Committee (TEC), College of Education, University of HawaiÕi, 1997-1998.

DeanÕs Programmatic Task Force on Technology, College of Education, University of HawaiÕi, 1996-1998.

Information Technology Advisory Committee, College of Education, University of HawaiÕi, 1996-1998.

Scholarship Committee, College of Education, University of HawaiÕi, 1996.

Kauai Teacher Education Outreach, College of Education, University of HawaiÕi, 1995.

Pearl Harbor Kai Elementary Teacher Education Cohort, College of Education, University of HawaiÕi, 1995.

Policy Studies Planning Committee, College of Education, University of Hawaii, 1993-4.

Personnel Review Committee, College of Education, University of Hawaii, 1993-4.

College of Education Hospitality Committee, University of Hawaii, 1990-3.

The Drug-Prevention Curriculum Infusion Workshop, Hilo, HI, To infuse drug-prevention into the College of Education curriculum, University of Hawaii, 1991.

District Expanded Management Team. Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, District 2, 1989-90.

Departmental

Admissions Committee, Educational Technology, University of Hawaii, 1990-Present.

Departmental Personnel Committee (DPC), Educational Technology, University of Hawaii 2000-2005, 2012-2013.

ETEC Curriculum Redesign Committee, Educational Technology, University of Hawaii, 2013-2014.

National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) Preparation Committee, 2000-2012.

Purchasing Committee, Educational Technology, University of Hawaii, 1990-2012.

Recruitment Committee, Educational Technology, University of Hawaii, 1990-Present.

Faculty Search Committee, Educational Technology, University of Hawaii 2002.

Internal Review Committee, Educational Technology, University of Hawaii, 1997-1999.

Technology Learning Center (TLC) Committee, Educational Technology, University of Hawaii, 1996-1999.

Five-year Plan Committee, Educational Technology, University of Hawaii, 1999.

Faculty Search Committee, Educational Technology, University of Hawaii, 1998.

Personnel Review Committee, Educational Technology, University of Hawaii, 1990-4.

Department of Educational Technology Certification Review Committee, University of Hawaii, 1993-4.

Master's Degree Admission's Guide Development Committee, Department of Educational Technology, University of Hawaii, 1990-4.

Staff and student directory The Rainbow Pages Development Committee, Department of Educational Technology, University of Hawaii, 1993.

Community

Advisory Board, Educators for Technology and Computing in Hawaii, 1991-1998.

Conference Planning Committee, Educators for Technology & Computing in Hawaii, 1991-1995.

Development Committee for Technology and Telecommunications for Teachers (TTT) Program, Educational Technology, University of Hawaii, and Office of Information and Telecommunication Services for the State of Hawaii Department of Education, 1993-1994.

Train Hawaii's Workforce Project Committee, Hawaii Chapter, ASTD, 1991.

Tallahassee United Way. Committee to plan for community-wide needs assessment, 1988-1989.

Partnerships

External

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Program for Learning with ICT/SVT/IDI, Trondheim, Norway, 2012- Present.

Apple Computer, Inc., 1999-2005.

Coca Cola, Inc., (Technology Learning Center Gift) 1999-2001.

Epiphany School, 1999-2002.

Hawaii Department of Education (DOE), Personnel Services Sabbatical Program, 2001-2005.

Hawaii Department of Education (DOE), Teleschool, 1999-2005.

Hawaii Public Television, KHET, 2001-2005.

Holomua Elementary School, 1999-2005.

Maui High Performance Computing Center (MHPCC), 1999-2005.

Mid Pacific Institute, 2001-2005.

Oceanic-Time Warner Cable 2003-2011.

Ohana Foundation, 2001.

Tech 4 Learning, 2001-2005.

Transparent Media, 2001-2002.

 

Internal

Hawaii Institute for Educational Partnerships, 1999-2005.

University of Hawaii Community Colleges (UHCC), 2001-2005.

University of Hawaii (UH), Distributed Learning User Services (DLIS), 1999-2005.

University of Hawaii (UH), Information Technology Services (ITS), 1999-2005.

Professional Development

Professional Organization Memberships

Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).

Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT).

International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP).

American Council on Education (ACE) Women Leaders in Higher Education (WLHE).

American Educational Research Association (AERA).

Hawaii Educational Research Association (HERA) 1997.

Hawaii Chapter, American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) 1991-4.

Certified Observer: Florida Performance Measurement System (FPMS) 1985-90.

Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) 1978.

Research Visits

Anadolu University, Center for Research and Development in Distance Education, Dr. Hakan Aydin, Director, et al. (anticipated July 2014) Eskisehir, Turkey.

University of Alaska Fairbanks, Dr. Barbara Adams, Research Lead, Alaska Statewide Mentor Project, Office of K-12 Outreach & Dr. John Monahan, Director, Distance Education for Academic Affairs and the Alaska Distance Education Consortium & Broadband Opportunity Program, et al. (2013, July) Fairbanks, Alaska.

General Communication Inc. (CGI) Managed Broadband Services in Anchorage, Pam Lloyd, Director, School Access. (2013, July) Anchorage, Alaska.

Dr. Larry LeDoux, Educational Consultant. (2013, July) Kodiak, Alaska.

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Dr. Ekaterina Prasolova-F¿rland, et al. Program for Learning with ICT/SVT/IDI. (2012, April). Trondheim, Norway.

Kansai University, Dr. Kenichi Kubota. (2012, April) Takatsuki, Japan.

Bukkyo University, Professor Nishinosono, Professor Shinohara, and Professor Kiyoharu Har, et al. (2012, April) Kyoto, Japan.

Graz University of Technology, Computer Science, Dr. Hermann Maurer, Professor and former Dean of Studies, Dean of Computer Science, and Director of the Research Institute for Applied Information Processing of the Austrian Computer Society, et al. (2008, June) Graz, Austria.

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Educational Technology Nucleus for Health Sciences (NUTES), Dr. Miriam Struchiner, et al. (2009, July) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Conferences

National & International

Ed-Media 2013 World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications. (2013, June) Victoria, Canada. (RCUH funds)

Photoshop World (2013, April). Orlando, Florida. (RCUH funds)

Ed-Media 2012 World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications. (2012, June-July) Denver, Colorado. (TQE-R funds)

10th International Conference on Education and Information Systems, Technologies and Applications (EISTA). (2012, July). Orlando, Florida (TQE-R funds)

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) International Conference on Wireless, Mobile, and Ubiquitous Technologies in Education (WMUTE) and the 4th International Conference on Digital Game and Intelligent Toy Enhanced Learning (DIGITEL) (2012, March) Takamatsu, Kagawa, Japan. (TQE-R funds)

Global TIME: Global Conference on Technology, Innovation, Media & Education (online conference). Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), (February 2012). Online. (TQE-R funds)

National Convention for the Association for Educational Communications and Technology. (2011, October) Jacksonville, Florida. (TQE-R funds)

Ed-Media 2011 World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications. (2011, June-July) Lisbon, Portugal. (TQE-R funds)

9th International Conference on Education and Information Systems, Technologies and Applications (EISTA). (2011, July) Orlando, Florida. (TQE-R funds)

Global Learn: Global Conference on Learning and Technology. (2011, March-April) Melbourne, Australia. (TQE-R funds)

National Convention for the Association for Educational Communications and Technology. (October 2010) Anaheim California. (TQE-R funds)

14th UNESCO-Asia-Pacific Programme of Educational Innovation for Development (APEID) (2010, October) Bangkok, Thailand. (TQE-R funds)

Ed-Media 2010 World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications. (2010, June-July) Toronto, Canada. (TQE-R funds)

Global Learn: Global Conference on Learning and Technology. (2010, May) Penang, Malaysia. (TQE-R funds)

7th International Conference on Education and Information Systems, Technologies and Applications (EISTA). (2009, July). Orlando, Florida, (TQE-R funds)

The 9th World Conference on Computers in Education. (2009, July) Bento Goncalves, Brazil. (TQE-R funds)

National Convention for the Association for Educational Communications and Technology. (October 2009) Louisville, Kentucky. (TQE-R funds)

Ed-Media 2009 World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications. (2009, June) Honolulu, HI. (TQE-R funds)

Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE) International Conference, (2009, March) Charleston, South Carolina. (TQE-R funds)

Ed-Media 2008 World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications. (2008, June-July) Vienna, Austria. (TQE-R funds)

American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) Leadership Institute. (2008, April) - San Antonio, Texas (COE funds)

Teacher Quality Enhancement Grant Meeting. (2007, September-October) Washington DC. (TQE-R funds)

Ed-Media 2007 World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications. (2007, June) Vancouver, Canada. (COE funds $1650)

The 8th World Conference on Computers in Education. (2005, July) Cape Town, South Africa. (University Research Council $1,767.63, COE funds & NSF grant funds)

Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE) International Conference, (2005, March) Phoenix, Arizona. (COE funds $1,650 & PT3 grant funds)

Ed-Media 2004 World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications. Lugano, Switzerland. (University Research Council, COE funds, & PT3 grant funds)

Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE) International Conference, (2004, March) Atlanta, Georgia. (PT3 grant funds)

International Association for Development of the Information Society (IADIS), (June 2003) Lisbon, Portugal. (COE funds & PT3 grant funds)

Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE) International Conference, (2003, March) Albuquerque, New Mexico. (PT3 grant funds)

 Preparing TomorrowÕs Teachers to Use Technology (PT3) Grantee's Annual Conference. (2002, July) Washington D.C. (PT3 grant funds)

 Montreal 2002 World Computer Congress, XVIIth Edition. (2002, August) Montreal, Canada. (University Research Council & PT3 grant funds)

National Convention for the Association for Educational Communications and Technology. (2001, November) Atlanta, Georgia. (PT3 grant funds.)

Preparing TomorrowÕs Teachers to Use Technology (PT3) EvaluatorÕs Conference. (2001, October) Washington D.C. (PT3 grant funds)

The International Conference Advances in Infrastructure for Electronic Business, Science, and Education on the Internet. (2001, August, "By Invitation Only") LÕAquila, Italy. (PT3 grant funds)

Preparing TomorrowÕs Teachers to Use Technology (PT3) Grantee's Annual Conference. (2001, August) Washington D.C. (PT3 grant funds)

The 7th World Conference on Computers in Education. (2001, July) Copenhagen, Denmark. ($1650 Grant from the College of Education & PT3 grant funds)

National Convention for the Association for Educational Communications and Technology. (October 2000) Denver, Colorado. (PT3 grant funds)

Special work group session – Curriculum UNESCO-IFIP lÕinformatique dans lÕensignement secondaire. (Secondary Curriculum for Information Technology), United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and International Federation for Information (IFIP), (November 2000) Geneva, Switzerland. (PT3 grant funds)

World Computer Congress (WCC) (August 2000). Beijing, China (Grant from University Research Council $2,000 & PT3 grant funds)

PT3 Project Directors' Meeting, National Center for Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology (NCPT3) and the National Educational Computing Conference (NECC 2000), (June, 2000) Atlanta, Georgia [PT3 grant funds].

PT3 On-line Video Case Studies Conference, National Center for Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology (NCPT3) and the Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development (ASCD). (March 2000) New Orleans, Louisiana [PT3 grant funds].

Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, WebNet 99: World Conference on the WWW and Internet. (October 1999) Honolulu, HI. [Grant from the College of Education ($395).]

International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) Working Conference on Building University Electronic Educational Environments. (August 1999) Irvine, California. (Grant from the College of Education $1,250)

Sixth International Federation for Information Processing World Conference for Computers in Education (WCCE). (July 1995 Birmingham, United Kingdom. (Grant from the Office of Research Administration)

The Third Distance Education Research Symposium: Towards Excellence in Distance Education: A Research Agenda. (May 1995, "By Invitation Only"). University Park, PA. (Grant from The Pennsylvania State University and the College of Education (balance) to cover airfare.)

Information Technology: Expanding Frontiers. National Convention for the Association for Educational Communications and Technology. (February 1995) Anaheim, CA. (Grant from the Office of Faculty Development and Academic Support and additional funds from the College of Education.)

Asia Pacific Information Technology in Training and Education Conference and Exhibition (APITITE 94). (June-July 1994) Brisbane, Australia. (Grant from The Office of Research Administration & College of Education

Advancing Technology Together. National Convention for the Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT). (February 1994) Nashville, Tennessee. (Grant from The Office of Faculty Development and Academic Support & College of Education

International TeleTeaching '93 International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP). (August 1993) Trondheim, Norway, 8/20-8/25/93. (Grant from the College of Education & the Office of Research Administration)

Gateways to Learning. National Convention for the Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) Conference. (January, 1993) New Orleans, Louisiana. (Grant from the Office of Faculty Development and Academic Support & the College of Education)

The American Educational Research Association (AERA) Conference in San Francisco, California. (April 1992). (Grant from the Office of Faculty Development and Academic Support & the College of Education)

Capture the Vision. Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) Conference. (February 1992) Washington D.C. (Grant from the Office of Research Administration & the College of Education)

National Convention for the Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) Conference. (February 1991) Orlando, FL. (Grant from the Office of Faculty Development and Academic Support & the College of Education)

Annual Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Conference. (1978). Mexico City, Mexico.

Local

Leadership Matters: Professional Development for Department Chairs. (Fall 2010-Spring 2012 Monthly). University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI.

Pacific Center for Advanced Technology Training (PCATT) Apple Summer Institute. (2012, May) Honolulu, HI.

Pacific Center for Advanced Technology Training (PCATT) Apple Summer Institute. (2011, May) Honolulu, HI.

Pacific Center for Advanced Technology Training (PCATT) Apple Summer Institute. (2009, May) Honolulu, HI.

eSchool 2004 Hawaii Department of Education Conference. (January 2004) Honolulu, HI.

Ed-Media 2003 Pre-Conference Invitational - Technology Projects Around the Globe: Tools, Environments, and Opportunities. (June 2003) Honolulu, HI.

e-Learning 2001: Collaborative Learning in Technologically Enhanced Environments, The2nd Annual Conference for Educators. (July 2001) Honolulu, HI.

e-Learning 2000: Collaborative Learning in Technologically Enhanced Environments, The 1st Annual Conference for Educators. (July 2000) Honolulu, HI.

Third Annual Technology and the World of Learning Conference. (April 2000) Maui, Hawaii. [PT3 grant].

TALENT Show 98 – Teaching and Learning with Electronic Networked Technologies. Hawaii Educational Research Network Conference. (March 1998) Honolulu, HI.

19th Annual Hawaii Educational Research Association (HERA) Conference. (January 1997) Honolulu HI.

HawaiÔi Educational Research Network (HERN) Conference. (July 1997). Honolulu HI.

Conference for the Educators for Technology and Computing. (April 1994) Hawaii, HI.

Expanding Your Horizons, Educators for Technology and Computing in Hawaii (EDTECH) Spring Conference. (October 1993) Honolulu, HI.

The 90's Classroom. Educators for Technology and Computing in Hawaii (EDTECH) Spring Conference. (March 1991) Honolulu, HI.

International Travel

Victoria, British Colombia, Canada & Washington, Alaska (2013)

Japan, Norway (2012)

Australia, Portugal, Spain (2011)

Malaysia, Toronto, Cambodia, Thailand (2010)

Brazil (2009)

Austria, Hungary, Slovakia (2008)

Vancouver & Vancouver Island, Canada (2007)

Peru, Bolivia (2006)

South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania, Kenya (2005)

Switzerland, Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Austria, Germany (2004)

Portugal (2003)

Montreal, Canada (2002)

The Netherlands, Belgium, Russia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Denmark, Italy (2001)

China, Switzerland, Spain (2000)

Spain, France, Switzerland, Belgium, Andorra (1998)

The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, England, Wales, Scotland, The Orkneys (1995)

Australia, New Zealand (1994)

Norway, Denmark, Sweden, The Netherlands, Germany (1993)

Switzerland, Monaco, France, Italy (1990)

Mexico (March, 1978)

Student: London, England, Florida State University London Program. (January-June 1975). England, Scotland, USSR, Wales, Ireland, The Netherlands, France, Spain, Belgium, Italy, Monaco, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Liechtenstein (1975)

Student: Florence, Italy, Florida State University Florence Program. (January-June 1973). Italy (including Sicily), San Marino, England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, The Netherlands, Belgium, France, Monaco, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Liechtenstein (1973)

Panama, San Blas Islands (1972)

Niagara Falls, Canada (1965)                                                                                                                    

                                                                                                                            Updated December 1, 2013.