Anne Arendt

Anne Arendt
Utah Valley University | UVU ·  Department of Technology Management

Doctor of Education

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This article examines Utah residents’ views of incentives and disincentives for the use of OpenCourseWare (OCW), and how they fit into the theoretical framework of perceived innovation attributes established by Rogers (1983). Rogers identified five categories of perceived innovation attributes: relative advantage, compatibility, complexity, trialab...
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This dissertation examines Utah resident views of incentives and disincentives for use of OpenCourseWare (OCW) and how they fit into the theoretical framework of perceived innovation attributes established by Rogers. Rogers identified five categories of perceived innovation attributes, which include relative advantage, compatibility, complexity, tr...
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Public libraries are a source of information and resources for the local community, they also play a role in the use of technologies such as geographic information systems (GIS) in that regard. GIS uses maps as output mediums for displaying demographic or similar information, as well as for spatial comparison or spatially based analysis. This is us...
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Indonesia has the fourth largest population on earth with over 260 million individuals and houses one of the most densely populated places worldwide on the island of Java. That said, much of Indonesia rests above active subduction zones. It is one of the most seismically active areas on the planet and has had several significant tsunamis over the r...
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Ownership and rights issues relating to electronic resources can be a source of angst, confusion and litigation. This is due in part to the automatic copyright many individuals receive, including in the United States, upon creation of an original work. However, there are options available for relaxing these rights. One of these options is Creative...
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As higher education is shifting to virtual teaching, examinations are increasingly conducted virtually, often proctored. Unfortunately, virtual proctored examinations-proctored remotely using technologies-can be prone to cheating. Some anti-cheating measures can be built into the virtual proctoring technologies, but cheating can still occur. Curren...
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This document analyzes the awareness and perceived relevance of geographic information systems and related technologies by construction industry general contractors via an exploratory survey of individuals in the field. A quantitative survey was developed based on an extensive literature review and meta-analysis. The survey was then administered at...
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Inquiry Based Learning (IBL), inside and outside the classroom, includes research scholarship and creative activity. It is imperative for retaining and engaging students in higher education (Kuh, 2008), particularly at teaching institutions because it is robust and effective. A key factor is developing faculty-student mentoring relationships beginn...
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Learner-centered teaching (LCT) has been found to be a more effective pedagogy for online students, as traditional teaching methods do not work well in online courses. Professors in an upper-level technology management class revised their online introductory course to incorporate cafeteria-style grading. This LCT approach allowed students to select...
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Landslides are important geomorphic processes in tectonically-active mountain ranges. Drainage-damming landslides (DDLs) can result in increased flood risk, alter stream discharge, form niche ecological environments such as landslide-dammed floodplains (LDFs), and completely alter the sediment budgets of affected streams. The Salt Lake Valley water...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to show that cafeteria style grading actually provides a course structure which encourages students to go beyond expectations. Design/methodology/approach – Three instructors offered a total of 13 sections of a general education science class called “Fundamentals of Technology” from January 2012 to December 2...
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The Technology Management department at Utah Valley University (UVU) implemented the Microsoft Dynamics Academic Alliance Program in fall of 2014 of under the direction of the authors. It was decided that two classes would be incorporated: TECH 4420 Organizational Information Technologies (MIS) and TECH 4200 Technology Marketing and Distribution. T...
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There must be discussion and agreement on the meaning of engaged learning in specific educational contexts for institutions implementing these practices because the potential meaning is vast. It is only in this way those directly involved in implementing, assessing, and applying engaged learning can ensure they are targeting the same goals and obje...
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The game show usability testing technique can be used as an effective tool to proselytize the usefulness of usability testing to unbelievers and also provide an entertaining audience experience. This discount usability testing method can uncover real usability problems and often developers who witness a usability test in this informal and good natu...
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This paper summarizes the social media and Web 2.0 field in regard to policies from the perspective of a Web resource director. The paper is 50 pages and was created specifically for the Best Practices in Policy Management Conference sponsored by the UVU Policy Office on November 6, 2009.
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In order to not be plagiarizing materials, we need to ensure adequate copyright release and attribution for resources we use inside and outside the classroom. This presentation, instead of focusing on copyright issues and limitations, will focus on items placed in whole or in part into the public domain.
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Created for presentation at: Teaching with Technology Idea Exchange (TTIX) June 10, 2010 University of Utah; Salt Lake City, UT http://ttix.org/This article examines the creation and distribution of a survey tool used to assess Utah resident views of incentives and disincentives for use of OpenCourseWare (OCW) and how they fit into the theoretical...

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