Carol May Koroghlanian
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Education  
  Ph.D.
Dissertation: Animation, Audio, and Spatial Ability: Optimizing Multimedia for Scientific Explanations
Learning and Instructional Technology
Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
   
  M.Ed.
Educational Media and Computers
Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
     
  B.S.
Chemistry (American Chemical Society Option)
University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Professional Experience
  Associate Professor
August, 2000- Present
  Department of Foundations of Education, University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire
Teaching preservice teachers and library media specialists skills and concepts central to their ability to integrate technology into their future teaching or professional responsibilities. Duties also include the supervision of the College of Education and Human Sciences Technology Lab.
     
  Editorial Assistant
Educational Technology Research and Development (ETR&D), Tempe, Arizona

ETR&D is a scholarly journal published by the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT). Responsibilities included assisting the editor of the Development section of ETR&D by sending manuscripts out for review and processing completed reviews, corresponding with authors as well as reviewers, maintaining all records, keeping the review process on schedule and producing the annual report to the ETR&D Board.
     
  Assessment Developer
Cisco Networking Academies Grant, Tempe, Arizona

Developed multiple choice items for a web-based curriculum on computer networking principles and operations with a focus on addressing higher order thinking skills and problem solving.
     
  Instructional Design Intern
Intel, Chandler, Arizona
Worked on a variety of projects including the organization and conversion of several hundred documents to a web viewable and downloadable format. Designed the layout, visual appearance and interface of the department Intranet site. Assisted department personnel in solving technical problems and consulted on instructional design issues.
     
  Director Programmer
Media 4 Project, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona

Programmed three modules for the Media 4 CD-ROM—simulations of Pine, Telnet, FTP and Fetch using Director. The Media 4 Project was part of a General Services Administration grant for producing Internet instruction for government employees. The simulations included instruction and feedback.
     
  Microcomputers in Education Conference (MEC) Co-Director
Technology Based Learning and Research, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona

Responsibilities included extensive desktop publishing, strategic planning and web design and maintenance. Scheduled presentations, assigned rooms and coordinated equipment needs. Attendance at MEC approached 1000 with more than 150 presentations and over 40 vendors and exhibitors.
     
  Environmental Analytical Chemist
Employed as supervisor and bench chemist by independent consulting laboratories in Wisconsin and Arizona. Supervised 3-12 people, developed new methods, wrote Standard Operating Procedures, wrote and implemented Quality Control/Quality Assurance manuals, trained many people on a variety of topics ranging from word processing to metals analysis, read and implemented state and federal regulations, planned and supervised the move of a laboratory to a new building, setup and maintained laboratory computers and dealt with clients to determine their analytical and regulatory needs. Additional management duties included hiring, firing and performance reviews.
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Publications  
  Brinkerhoff, Jonathan & Koroghlanian, Carol M. (2007). On-line students' skills, attitudes and expectations: Enhancing the fit between on-line students and course design. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 36(4), 383-393.
   
 

Brinkerhoff, Jonathan & Koroghlanian, Carol M. (2005). Student computer skills and attitudes toward Internet-delivered instruction: An assessment of stability over time and place. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 32(1), 27-56.

   
  Koroghlanian, Carol M. & Klein, James D. (2004). The Effect of Audio and Animation in Multimedia Instruction. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 13(1), 2
   
  Conderman, Gregory and Koroghlanian, Carol M. (2002). Writing Test Questions Like a Pro. Intervention in School and Clinic, 38(2),.
     
  Klein, James D., Brinkerhoff, Jonathan and Koroghlanian, Carol M. (2002). The Foundations of Educational Technology. In M. A. Fitzgerald, M. Orey, & R. M. Branch (Eds.), Educational Media and Technology Yearbook: Vol 27, (pp. 19-26). Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.
     
  Brinkerhoff, Jonathan, Klein, James D., and Koroghlanian, Carol M. (2001). Effects of Overviews and Computer Experience on Learning from Hypertext. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 25(4), 427-440.
     
  Koroghlanian, Carol M. and Brinkerhoff, Jonathan. (2000). An Investigation into Students’ Preexisting Computer Skills and Attitudes toward Internet-Delivered Instruction. Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 29(2), 119-141.
     
  Koroghlanian, Carol M. and Sullivan, Howard J. (2000) Audio and Text Density in Computer-Based Instruction. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 22(2), 217-230.
     
  Klein, James D., Brinkerhoff, Jonathan, Koroghlanian, Carol, Brewer, Susan, Ku, Heng-yu and MacPherson-Coy, Amy. (2000) The Foundations of Educational Technology: A Needs Assessment. TechTrends, 44(6), 32-36.
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Presentations  
  National Educational Computing Conference (NECC)
June 2007
  Koroghlanian, Carol. Multimedia Technology and Project-Based Learning in Rural Schools. Atlanta, Georgia.
   
  Wisconsin Educational Media Association (WEMA) Annual Conference
March 2007
  Koroghlanian, Carol. Wisconsin middle school students and technology. Madison, Wisconsin.
   
  22nd Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning
August 2006
  Koroghlanian, Carol & Brinkerhoff, Jonathan. What do Students Want? Course Design and Student Values. Madison, Wisconsin.
   
  Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)
October 2005
  Koroghlanian, Carol & Erdman, Barbara. Incorporating Video Editing into a Preservice Teacher Technology Course. Orlando, Florida.
     
  Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)
October 2005
  Morin, Joseph & Koroghlanian, Carol. Technologically Enhanced Monitoring of Pupil Progress (TEMPP). Orlando, Florida.
     
  Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)
October 2004
 

Brinkerhoff, Jonathan; Glazewski, Krista; Koroghlanian, Carol M.; Ku, Heng-Yu & Schnackenberg, Heidi. From Finding a Job to Tenure: Pointers on the Road to Academic Success. Chicago, Illinois.

     
  20th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning
August, 2004
 

Erdman, Barbara & Koroghlanian, Carol M. The Studio Model vs. the Independent Craftsman: Learning Technology Skills On-Line. Madison, Wisconsin.

     
  Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)
October 2003
 

Koroghlanian, Carol M. & Hansen, Lisa. I've got a Special Needs Student in my Technology Course—Now What? Anaheim, California.

     
  Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)
October 2003
  Koroghlanian, Carol M. & Brinkerhoff, Jonathan. Technology courses for Preservice Teachers: Balancing Institutional Goals and State and National Standards. Anaheim, California.
     
  19th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning
August, 2003
  Brinkerhoff, Jonathan & Koroghlanian, Carol M. Students and Technology: Can We count on Tech-Savvy Students? Madison, Wisconsin
     
  Network for Excellence in Teaching (NET) Monday Brown Bag
March, 2003
  Koroghlanian, Carol M. & Oates, Scott. E-Portfolios for UWEC Students. University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire.
     
  Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE)
March, 2003
  Brinkerhoff, Jonathan & Koroghlanian, Carol M. A Demographic Comparison of Attitudes Toward Internet-Delivered Instruction. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
     
  Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)
November, 2002
  Brinkerhoff, Jonathan & Koroghlanian, Carol M. An Assessment of Students’ Preexisting Computer Skills and Attitudes Toward Internet-Delivered Instruction. Dallas, Texas.
     
  Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)
November, 2002
  Koroghlanian, Carol M. & Erdman, Barbara. Preparing Preservice Teachers for Reality: What are the Technology Skill Needs of Inservice Teachers? Dallas, Texas.
     
  18th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning       
August, 2002
  Koroghlanian, Carol M., Erdman, Barbara & Raleigh, Donna. Photoshop & Web Pages. Madison, Wisconsin.
     
  Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)
November, 2001
  Ikuta, Juanita & Koroghlanian, Carol M. Managing a Progressive Student Run Technology Lab. Atlanta, Georgia.
     
  Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)
November, 2001
  Koroghlanian, Carol M. Copyright, Fair Use and a School of Education Computer Lab. Atlanta, Georgia.
     
  The Governor’s Wisconsin Educational Technology Conference
October, 2001
  Erdman, Barbara & Koroghlanian, Carol M. Changing Technology Education in Teacher Education Programs. Green Bay, Wisconsin.
     
  17th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning
August, 2001
  Koroghlanian, Carol M. & Erdman, Barbara. What Do Students Really Think about Web-Based Instruction? Madison, Wisconsin.
     
  Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)
October, 2000
  Koroghlanian, Carol M.; Descy, Don; Klein, James; Lipsitz, Larry and Simonson, Michael. Publishing in Educational Technology: Perspectives from the Editors. Denver, Colorado.
     
  Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)       
October, 2000
  Koroghlanian, Carol M. and Klein, James D. The Use of Audio and Animation in Computer-Based Instruction. Denver, Colorado.
     
  Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)

February, 2000

  Koroghlanian, Carol M. Data Collection and User Tracking with Director. Long Beach, California.
     
  Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)
February, 2000
  Brinkerhoff, Jonathan and Koroghlanian, Carol M. An Investigation into Students’ Preexisting Computer Skills and Attitudes towards Internet Delivered Instruction. Long Beach, California.
     
  Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)
February, 2000
  Brinkerhoff, Jonathan; Klein, James; and Koroghlanian, Carol M. Effects of Structured and Unstructured Overviews and Computer Experience on Learning. Long Beach, California.
     
  Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)
February, 2000
  Klein, James D.; Brinkerhoff, Jonathan; Ku, Heng-Yu; Koroghlanian, Carol M. and McPherson-Coy, Amy. Teaching the Introductory Course in Educational Technology: A Needs Assessment. Long Beach, California.
     
  American Educational Research Association (AERA)
April, 2000
  Koroghlanian, Carol M. and Klein, James D. The Use of Audio, Illustration and Animation for Multimedia: A Review. Paper accepted for presentation in New Orleans, Louisiana.
     
  Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)
February, 1999
  Koroghlanian, Carol M. and Sullivan, Howard J. The Use of Audio and Text in Computer-Based Instruction. Houston, Texas.
     
  Microcomputers in Education Conference (MEC)
March, 1996
  Koroghlanian, Carol M. Using Microsoft PowerPoint to Create Curriculum Materials. Tempe, Arizona.
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Posters
  Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Symposium
August, 2004
 

Koroghlanian, Carol M. Video and the Pre-Service Teacher Curriculum: Revising EDMT 380. Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

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Professional Activities
  Consulting Editor & Reviewer
2002-Present
  Educational Technology Research and Development (ETR&D)
ETR&D is a scholarly journal published by the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT). Responsibilities include reviewing manuscripts submitted to the journal, attending the annual board meeting and participating in journal management decisions.
     
  Reviewer
2002-Present
  Design and Development Division, School Media and Technology Division, Research and Theory Division, Teacher Education Divison, Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)
Review proposals for these divisions for the annual internation conference.
     
  Reviewer
2004-Present
 

Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE)
Review proposals for the annual national conference.

     
  Reviewer
May, 2003
 

Library Media and Technology Program Review, Luck School District
Reviewed the Luck School District Library Media and Technology Program with a representative from DPI and two library media specialists. The review included planning/evaluation activities, examination of documentation and a one-day on-site visit with a report.

     
  Editorial Board Member
Current Issues in Education

An interactive, on-line, scholarly journal of the College of Education at Arizona State University. Member of the original board. Responsibilities included creating the original web site and formatting the journals’ first issue. Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona.
     
  Board Member
Educational Media and Computers Program Graduate Student Group
As a founding member of the group, primary responsibilities included handling membership information and records, controlling the treasury, making meeting arrangements and producing and distributing electronic and paper-based meeting announcements. Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona.
     
  Conference Technical Support Volunteer
Microcomputers in Education Conference (MEC)
Transported and setup conference equipment ranging from computers to display devices such as Proximas. Handled technical difficulties as they arose. Tempe, Arizona.
     
  Secretary/Treasurer
Wisconsin Environmental Laboratories Association (WELA)
A nonprofit group concerned with regulations and issues of interest to environmental laboratories in Wisconsin. Responsibilities included maintaining membership information and records, controlling the treasury and writing and distributing minutes and announcements. There were approximately 55 laboratories in the association.
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Grants  
  ESEA Title II-D ITLS Standards Grant
CESA 10
Evaluator and Consultant
August, 2007-May, 2008
  A grant to support school districts in helping teachers create blended learning environments using Moodle. My role is that of evaluating the implementation of the grant and providing some consultation concerning standards and technology. I will author the final report on the grant.
     
  ESEA Title II-D ITLS Standards Grant
CESA 10
Evaluator and Consultant
August, 2006-May, 2007
  A grant to support school districts in developing lesson plans that have students, using project-based learning, create multimedia projects. My role is that of evaluating the implementation of the grant and providing some consultation concerning standards and technology. I authored the final report on the grant.
     
  UW System PK-16 Catalyst Grant
University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire
Team Member
Summer, 2005
  A grant to support the design of implementation models concerning Institutions of Higher Education representation on Initial Educator Teams as required by PI 34. The team will address a number of issues, including workload, compensation and supply/demand.
     
  Differential Tuition Grant
University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire
Fall, 2003-Spring, 2004
$20,050
 

Co-Investigator with Maureen Mack 
The School of Education Pre-Service Teacher Portfolio Project
A grant providing support for faculty, software, supplies and student stipends to form a cadre of student portfolio interns to offer workshops and support to fellow students on issues surrounding the teaching portfolio required by the State of Wisconsin. Students will also update a portfolio web site with information for students.

     
  Mobility Computing Grant

March, 2004-Present

 

Joseph Morin & Carol Koroghlanian, Principal Investigators
A grant providing equipment and student stipends to support the use of mobile technology in SPED placements.

     
  Technology Innovation for Education (TIE) Grant
University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire
Summer, 2003
$3,436
 

Summer 2003 TIE Fellow
Video & the Pre-Service Teacher Curriculum: Revising EDMT 380 and FED 385

A grant providing support for faculty, equipment and software to revise EDMT 380 and FED 385. Video technology is used increasingly in K-12 curriculums across the country. EDMT 380 was revised with this support to provide an environment allowing pre-service teachers to explore the use of video to support learning.

     
  E-Folio Initiative Grant
April, 2002-July, 2003
  University of Wisconsin System & Wisconsin PT3 Catalyst Grant (VIVA)
$25,000
 

Principal Investigator
A grant providing support for faculty release time, curricular redesign, development of support materials, student support, software purchase and computer support to start an electronic portfolio system for students in the School of Education.

     
  Faculty/Student Research Collaboration Grant
University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire
January, 2001
$1,800
  Changing Technology Education in Teacher Education Programs
Co-awarded with Barbara Erdman. Data was collected from preservice teachers upon completion of their field placements, current teachers, school technology coordinators and school media personnel to determine preservice teachers technology skills and the current status of technology integration in local K-12 classrooms. The results will be used to propose reform in preservice teacher technology education.
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Projects and Products Developed
  Technology Workshops
June, 2003
  Designed, developed, produced and taught six three hour workshops offered to CESA 10 in-service teachers participating in a TEACH grant. Workshop topics included Dreamweaver, Intermediate Dreamweaver, iMovie, Photoshop and Publisher. All students received booklets on the particular topic for future reference.
   
  Photoshop & Web Pages Workshop
August, 2002
  Designed, developed, produced and taught a three hour instructor led workshop offered to an international audience at the 18th Annual Distance Teaching and Learning Conference. This workshop was conducted at the conference in Madison, Wisconsin. The materials included two PowerPoint presentations, laminated job aid and a 28-page Student Guide.
   
  Digital Imaging Instructional Technology Workshop
June, 2001
  Designed, developed, produced and taught a fifteen hour instructor led workshop offered to K-12 teachers in northwestern Wisconsin. This graduate level course was conducted at the University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire. The materials included PowerPoint presentations and a 67-page Student Guide.
   
  Performing Effective Searches Workshop
Designed, developed and produced a four-hour instructor led workshop offered to graduate students in the College of Education at Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona. The materials included a 59 page Instructor Guide, overheads, a 70 page Student Workbook and a laminated job aid.
   
 

Environmental Sampling Workshop Evaluation
Evaluated a three-day workshop offered by a state agency to its employees on techniques, issues and concerns surrounding environmental sampling. The resulting report included data and recommendations for improving the workshop.

   
 
Preservice Teacher Learning and Instruction Course Modification Proposal
Performed a needs assessment by examining existing content as well as interviewing past and present students, faculty and staff as well as administrators in the field placement office. Made recommendations for restructuring the course based on the data collected.
 
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Professional Organizations
 

American Chemical Society (ACS)
American Educational Research Association (AERA)
Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD)
Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE)
Association for Educational Communication and Technology (AECT)
International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)
Wisconsin Educational Media and Technology Association (WEMTA)

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  Questions? Contact koroghcm@uwec.edu
Last Updated October 5, 2007