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Florence Martin

Associate Professor in Instructional Systems Technology




Presentations

Conference Presentations

Martin, F., Kumar, S. (2016, November). Frameworks and Quality Indicators for assessing and evaluating e-Learning programs Paper presented at Online Learning Consortium Accelerate, Orlando, FL.

Martin, F., Ahlgrim-Delzell, L., Budhrani, K. (2016, November). A Systematic Review of Synchronous Online Learning Research from Two Decades 1995-2014. Paper presented at Online Learning Consortium Accelerate, Orlando, FL.

Martin,F., Ritzhaupt, A., Budhrani, K., & Kumar, K. (2016, October). Competencies for effective online instructors: A mixed method approach. Paper presented at Association for Educational Communications and Technology Conference,  Las Vegas, NV

Bolliger, D., Kumar, K., Martin, F., & Sadaf, A. (2016, October). Engagement Matters: Ways to Enhance Interaction and Engagement in Online Learning. Paper presented at Association for Educational Communications and Technology Conference,  Las Vegas, NV

Martin, F. & Ertzberger, G. (2015, November).  Reflecting with a virtual expert in the here and now mobile learning environment. Paper presented at Association for Educational Communications and Technology Conference,  Indianapolis, IN.

Martin, F. & Wilkins, P. (2015, November).  Using learning analytics from Moodle to enhance student learning and engagement in online courses. Paper presented at Association for Educational Communications and Technology Conference,  Indianapolis, IN.

Martin, F. (2015, October).  Assessing student learning in online courses using learning analytics. Paper presented at Online Learning Consortium, Orlando, FL

Martin, F. & Wilkins, P. (2015, October).  Enhancing student learning and engagement in online courses by using learning analytics data. Paper presented at Online Learning Consortium, Orlando, FL

Martin, F. & Wilkins, P. (2015, August).  Using learning analytics to enhance online learning. Paper presented at Distance Teaching and Learning Conference, Madison, WI.

Martin, F. & Ertzberger, G. (2015, April). Effects of Reflection Type in Here and Now Mobile Learning. Paper presented at American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Martin, F. (2015, March). Using emerging instructional Technologies to enhance clinical training. Paper presented at medical device clinical training & education conference, Charlotte, nc

Galbraith, J., Martin, F., Irvin, E., Gonzalez, P. (2015, February). Blended Delivery Format for Introductory Language Courses at the University Level. Paper presented at Foreign Language Association of North Carolina Conference, Wilmington, NC

Curry, M., Martin, F., Betrus, A., & Ziaee, Y. (2014).More Free/Inexpensive Alternatives in Multimedia Production. Paper presented at Association for Educational Technology Comunications, Jacksonville, FL.

Sugar, B., Brown, A., Daniels, L., Hoard, B., Martin, F., Ritzhaupt, A. (2014). Comparison and Analysis of Existing Multimedia Production Competencies Studies: Implications and Next Steps. Paper presented at Association for Educational Technology Comunications, Jacksonville, FL.

Oyarzun, B., Martin, F., Pastore, R., Anderson, S., Maddrell, J., Adcock, A. (2014). Multi-Modal Course Delivery: Combining Face-to-Face and Online Students Together. Paper presented at Association for Educational Technology Comunications, Jacksonville, FL.

Hayes, R., Martin, F. (2014). Using iBook Author to Design an eBook Applying Text Design Principles. Paper presented at Association for Educational Technology Comunications, Jacksonville, FL.

Tutty, J. I. & Martin, F. (November, 2013). Effects of self-regulatory status and practice type on student performance in the mobile learning environment. Paper presented at 19th Annual Sloan Consortium International Conference on Online Learning, Orlando, FL.

Martin, F. & Whitmer, J., (2013, October). Using Learning Analytics to Predict Student Success in Online Learning. Paper presented at Association of Educational Communications and Technology Conference, Anaheim, CA.

Ritzhaupt, A. & Martin, F. (2013, October). Development and Validation of the Educational Technologist Multimedia Competencies Survey. Paper presented at Association of Educational Communications and Technology Conference, Anaheim, CA.

Curry, J., Betrus, A. & Martin, F. (2013, October). Development on the Cheap: Free/Inexpensive Alternatives in Multimedia Production. Paper presented at Association of Educational Communications and Technology Conference, Anaheim, CA.

Martin, F. & Whitmer, J., (2013, October). Using Learning Analytics to study Adaptive Learning. Paper presented at Global Learning Technologies Conference, Wilmington, NC.

Martin, F. (2013, August) (Keynote Speaker). Using Learning Analytics to Predict Student Success in Online Learning, Education Informatics, Mysore, India

Ritzhaupt, A. D. & Martin, F. (2013, April). Development and validation of the educational technologist multimedia competencies survey. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Martin, F. & Parker, M.A. (2013, February). Use of Synchronous Virtual Classrooms. Why, Who and How? Paper presented at North Carolina Association for Research in Education, Wilmington, NC.

Martin, F. & Ertzberger, J. (2013, February). Here and Now Mobile Learning. An Experimental Study on the Use of Mobile Technology. Paper presented at North Carolina Association for Research in Education, Wilmington, NC.

Martin, F. & Bobbert, C.(2012). Developing Mobile Instructional Content using Lectora Inspire. Paper presented at Association of Educational Communications and Technology Conference, Louisville, KY.

Webb, M. & Martin, F. (2012). Using Articulate to Create an Elearning Module for Health Care. Paper presented at Association of Educational Communications and Technology Conference, Louisville, KY.

Grant, M. & Martin, F.. (2012). Mobile Computing Devices adn Applications for Teaching and Learning. Paper presented at Association of Educational Communications and Technology Conference, Louisville, KY.

Pastore, R. & Martin, F.. (2012). Student Perceptions on Designing for the Mobile Web. Paper presented at Association of Educational Communications and Technology Conference, Louisville, KY.

Martin, F., Curry, J., Ritzhaupt, A., Warren, S., & Watson, G. (2012). Multimedia Development Tools: What are we teaching? Paper presented at Association of Educational Communications and Technology Conference, Louisville, KY.

Moallem, M., Pastore, R., Martin, F., (2012, July).  Impact of Interaction in Online Learning, Panel. Paper presented at Global Learning Technologies Conference, Wilmington, NC

Martin, F. Learning (2012, July). Multimedia Tools (Proprietary, Open Source and Freeware) for Designing Paper presented at Global Learning Technologies Conference, Wilmington, NC

Martin, F. (2012, June). Design Challenges in MLearning, Panel. Paper presented at MLearn, San Jose, CA

Martin, F. (2012, June). Design and Usability Factors for Developing. Paper presented at MLearn, San Jose, CA

Martin, M., & Brown, B. (2012, April). Media Literacy for Global Interdisciplinary Curricula. Paper presented at Sister Cities of Wilmington Conference, Wilmington, NC.

Moallem, M., Pastore, R., Martin, F., (2012, April).  Interaction in Online Learning: A Comparative Study on the Impact of Communication Tools on Student Learning, Motivation, Self-regulation, and Satisfaction.  Paper presented at American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, Canada.

Parker, M. A., Martin, F., (2012, April). A review of research methodologies in studies on synchronous online learning in higher education, Eastern Educational Research Association, Hilton Head, SC.

Pastore, R., Moallem, M., & Martin, F. (2011, November). The Impact of Various Communication Tools on Interaction in Online Learning: A Comparative Study. Paper presented at Association of Educational Communications and Technology Conference, Jacksonville, FL.

Martin, F. & Pastore, R. (2011, November). Developing Mobile Learning for IPOD touches. Paper presented at Association of Educational Communications and Technology Conference, Jacksonville, FL.

Roughton, C., Martin,F., Warren, J., & Gritmon, C. (2011, November). What Challenges do Faculty Face in Adopting Synchronous Virtual Classroom? Paper presented at Association of Educational Communications and Technology Conference, Jacksonville, FL.

Snider, J. & Martin, F. (2011, November). Using the ISPI Human Performance Technology Model to Evaluate Web Usability. Paper presented at Association of Educational Communications and Technology Conference, Jacksonville, FL.

Hoskins, O.J., Martin, F., Brooks, R. & Bennett, T. (2011, November). >Development of an Interactive Multimedia instructional Module: Walking tour of Historic Downtown Wilmington. Paper presented at Association of Educational Communications and Technology Conference, Jacksonville, FL.

Moallem, M., Martin, F., Pastore, R. (2011, October). Potential of New Video Conferencing Tools for Bringing Distance & Online Learners to the Face-to-Face Classrooms: Bridging Physical Separation. Paper presented at Elearn, Hawaii

Moallem, M., Pastore, R., and Martin, F. (2011, October). A Comparative Study on the Impact of Various Communication Tools on Student Learning, Motivation, Self-regulation, and Satisfaction. Paper presented at Elearn, Hawaii

Daniels H. L., Sugar, W., Bishop, M. J., Brown, Lee Daniels, Green, T., Martin, F., &  Ritzhaupt, R.  (2011, March). Multimedia production curricula: Identifying essential competencies and skills. Paper presented at the annual international conference of the Society for Information Technology in Education , Nashville, TN.

Bishop, M.J, Brown, A., Daniels, L., Green, T., Martin, F., Ritzhaupt, A. and Sugar, B. (2010, October). Teaching Multimedia Production curricula effectively: Identifying Essential Competencies and Skills of Instructional Design and Technology Professionals. Presented at Association of Educational Communications and Technology Conference, Anaheim, CA.

Martin, F. (2010, October). Best Practices for Teaching in a Synchronous Virtual Classroom. Presented at Association of Educational Communications and Technology Conference, Anaheim, CA.

Martin, F., & Parker, M.A, & Allred, B. (2010, October). Adoption of Virtual Classrooms for Online Courses in Higher Education.Presented at Association of Educational Communications and Technology Conference, Anaheim, CA.

Martin, F., & Noonan, D. (2010, October). Interactive Technologies for Synchronous Online Teaching. Presented at Association of Educational Communications and Technology Conference, Anaheim, CA.

Martin, F., & Noonan, D. (2010, July). Synchronous Technologies for Online teaching. Presented at the International Conference on Technology for Education, Mumbai, India.

Parker, M.A., & Martin, F. (2010, July). Synchronous Virtual Classrooms: Student perceptions from an online and blended education course. . Presented at the International Conference on Technology for Education, Mumbai, India.

Martin, F. (2010, July). Best Practices for Teaching in a Synchronous Virtual Classroom. Presented at the International Conference on Technology for Education, Mumbai, India.

Martin, F., & Ritzhaupt, A. (2009, October). Multimedia Competencies for Instructional Technologist: A 2009 Needs Assessment. Presented at Association of Educational Communications and Technology Conference, Louisville, KY.

Martin, F., Tutty, J., Su, Y. (2009, October). Measuring Learning Management System Self-Efficacy. Presented at Association of Educational Communications and Technology Conference, Louisville, KY.

Parker, M. A., Martin, F., & Allred, S. E., (2009, October). The Effect of Faculty and Student Personality Type on Perceptions of Learning through Virtual Classrooms. Presented at Association of Educational Communications and Technology Conference, Louisville, KY.

Tutty, J., & Martin, F. (2009, October). Examining the Foundations of Educational Technology Course in 2009. Presented at Association of Educational Communications and Technology Conference, Louisville, KY.

Martin, F., Parker, M., Reid-Griffin, A., Allred, B. & Ndoye, A. (2009, March). Efolio Technologies for Digital Students. Presented at Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Conference, Charleston, SC.

Martin, F., & Gillispie, L. (2009, March). Multimedia Tools (Proprietary, Open Source and Freeware) for Developers. Presented at Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Conference, Charleston, SC.

Gillispie, L., Martin, F., & Parker, M. (2009, March). Effects of the Dimension-M 3D Video Gaming Experience on Middle School Student Achievement and Attitude in Mathematics. Presented at Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Conference, Charleston, SC

Parker, M., Allred, A., Martin, F., Ndoye, A.& Reid-Griffin, A. (2009, March). Aligning Nets-T standards (NETS-T 2008) with Technology Products. Presented at Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Conference, Charleston, SC.

Tutty, J. & Martin, F. (2008, November). Learner as the Designer: An Instructional Design and Learning Model for Web 2.0. Paper presented at Association of Educational Communications and Technology, Orlando, FL

Gibson, J, & Martin, F. (2008, October) Digital Visual Literacy; Vital Skills for Interdisciplinary workforce. Paper presented at Educause Conference, Orlando, FL

Martin, F. (2008, October). What do we want our students to tell us in the evaluations? Paper presented at CREATE's National Evaluation Instituate Conference, Wilmington, NC

Gibson, J, Friesen, O. & Martin, F. (2008, July) Digital Visual Literacy; Vital Skills for Interdisciplinary CTE Curricula Paper presented at AZTEC CTE Conference, Tucson, Arizona

Friesen, O., Martin, F., Gibson, J. (2008, April). Digital Visual Literacy for Information Technology Workforce Curricula. Presented at TechEd 2008, Ontario, CA.

Friesen, O., Martin, F., Gibson, J. (2008, March). Digital Visual Literacy: Vital Skills for IT Curricula. Presented at Microcomputers in Education, Tempe, AZ.

Brooks, J., Gibson, J., Friesen, O., & Martin, F. (2008, March). Digital Visual Literacy: Vital IT Skills for the Education Workforce. Presented at Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, Las Vegas, NV

Martin, F. & Winzeler, B. (2008, March). Multimedia Competencies for Instructional Technologists. Paper presented at the UNC Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference, Raleigh, NC

Martin, F. & Tutty, J. (2008, March).Learning Management System Self-Efficacy of Online and Hybrid Learners using LMS self-efficacy scale. Paper presented at the UNC Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference, Raleigh, NC

Martin, F. & Tutty, J. (2008, February). Learning Management System Self-Efficacy of online and hybrid learners. Paper presented at the New Learning Technologies Conference, SALT, Orlando, FL.

Martin, F & Gibson, J.. (2008, February). Digital Visual LIteracy for Global Inter-disciplinary curricula. Paper presented at 2008 World Congress and International Association of Colleges Conference, NY.

Martin, F. & Friesen, O. (2007, October). Effectiveness of Digital Visual Literacy in Computer Literacy Curriculum. Paper presented at the round Table discussion session at National Science Foundation, ATE conference, Washington D.C.

Martin, F & Tutty, J. (2007, October ). Effect of practice in a linear and non-linear web-based learning environment. Paper presented at Association for Educational Communications and Technology conference, Anaheim, CA.

Martin, F., & Klein, J. (2005, October). Effects of Instructional Elements in Computer based Instruction. Paper presented at Association for Educational Communications and Technology conference, Orlando, FL.

Martin, F, Klein, J. & Sullivan, H. (2004, October). Effects of Instructional Events in Computer based Instruction. Paper presented at Association for Educational Communications and Technology conference, Chicago, IL.

Klein, J., Martin, F, Tutty, J., & Su, Y. (2004, October). How do we Teach presentations to Instructional Design and Technology Students? Paper presented at Association for Educational Communications and Technology conference, Chicago, IL.

Zhang,G, Martin, F & Igoe, A. (2004, October). Teaching Computer Skills to Beginners: What and How? Paper presented at Association for Educational Communications and Technology conference, Chicago, IL.

Hancock-Niemic,M., Llama, G., Mansfield,J., Martin, F., & Klein,J. (2004, October). Using Human Performance Technology (HPT) to Identify Potential Barriers to Online High School Course Development. Paper presented at Association for Educational Communications and Technology conference, Chicago, IL.

Martin,F., Klein,J., & Igoe,A. (2003, November). Teaching Instructional Media Design: A Needs Assessment Report. Paper presented at E-learn 2003, Phoenix, AZ.

Bevell,L., Martin,F., Ozgul,G., Su,Y., & Zhang,G.(2003, October). New Technologies, New Ideas, New Media Selection Models? Paper presented at Association for Educational Communications and Technology conference, Anaheim, CA.

Workshops

Martin, F. & Turissi, P. (2012, September). Electronic Portfolios: Making them Work for Student Development and Assessment. Center for Teaching Excellence, Randall Library, University of North Carolina, WIlmington.

Baptista, S., Chen, S.J., Martin, F., & McLaren, Z. (2009, March). Creating Podcasts Using Open Source Applications. Proposal accepted for a Workshop at Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education 2009

Baptista, S., Chen, S.J., Martin, F., & Lanier, N. (2008, Sep – Nov). Web 2.0 for faculty (Podcasting, Wikis and Blogs). Center for Teaching Excellence, Randall Library, University of North Carolina, Wilmington.

Allred, B., Ertzberger, J. & Martin, F. (2008, October). Web 2.0 for Teachers. IIC Conference, University of North Carolina, Wilmington.

Martin, F. & Lanier, N. (2008, April). Mutimedia Design and Development Course. Student Experiences at TLT Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference. WSE Diversity Showcase. University of North Carolina –Wilmington.

Chen, S.J., Martin, F., Lanier, N., & McDowell, N. (2008, April). Web 2.0 for E-learning. Interact Technology Showcase. University of North Carolina –Wilmington.

Martin, F. & Friesen, O. (2008, January). Digital Visual Literacy Workshop. Learning Day at Glendale Community College.

Gibson, J., Friesen, O., Martin, F. Buehman, A. (2007, November). Digital Visual Literacy Dialog Day. Maricopa Community College District.