Chuck Dziuban

Chuck Dziuban
University of Central Florida | UCF · RITE

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August 1970 - present
University of Central Florida
Position
  • Managing Director
Description
  • Data Science
Education
August 1967 - June 1970
University of Wisconsin–Madison
Field of study
  • Data Scienc

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Publications (54)
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This study addressed several outcomes, implications, and possible future directions for blended learning (BL) in higher education in a world where information communication technologies (ICTs) increasingly communicate with each other. In considering effectiveness, the authors contend that BL coalesces around access, success, and students’ perceptio...
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This study represents an adaptive learning partnership among The University of Central Florida, Colorado Technical University, and the platform provider Realizeit. A thirteen-variable learning domain for students forms the basis of a component invariance study. The results show that four dimensions: knowledge acquisition, engagement activities, com...
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This paper presents the results of a pilot study investigating the use of the Realizeit adaptive learning platform to deliver a fully online General Psychology course across two semesters. Through mutual cooperation, UCF and vendor (CCKF) researchers examined students’ affective, behavioral, and cognitive reactions to the system. Student survey res...
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This paper presents the results of a pilot study investigating the use of the Realizeit adaptive learning platform to deliver a fully online General Psychology course across two semesters. Through mutual cooperation, UCF and vendor (CCKF) researchers examined students' affective, behavioral, and cognitive reactions to the system. Student survey res...
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This study sought to identify the underlying dimensions that contemporary students use to frame their digital search strategies. Responses to a validated and nationally distributed survey protocol were analyzed using image analysis to portray the structure of digital search under two conditions: high stakes – when encountering a difficult problem f...
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Conducting Research in Online and Blended Learning Environments examines various perspectives, issues, and methods for conducting research in online and blended learning environments. The book provides in-depth examinations of the perspectives and issues that anyone considering research in online or blended learning will find insightful as they pla...
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The authors explore the possible relationship between student satisfaction with online learning and the theory of psychological contracts. The study incorporates latent trait models using the image analysis procedure and computation of Anderson and Rubin factors scores with contrasts for students who are satisfied, ambivalent, or dissatisfied with...
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The authors make the case that implementation of a successful blended learning program requires alignment of institutional, faculty, and student goals. Reliable and robust infrastructure must be in place to support students and faculty. Continuous evaluation can effectively track the impact of blended learning on students, faculty, and the institut...
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The authors contend that ambivalence students feel toward online courses modifies the dimensionality by which they evaluate their learning experiences. The data from this study show that as student ambivalence increases, so do the number of elements they use to evaluate their courses. As the student view of a course becomes more complex those eleme...
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With the growth of online and blended courses and the abundance of information now available online, students have more access to digital resources than ever before. Yet, little is known about how they find, evaluate and use these resources. This paper presents the results of a national study of higher education students aimed at understanding when...
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The authors describe the university of central Florida's top-down/bottom-up action analytics approach to using data to inform decision-making at the University of Central Florida. The top-down approach utilizes information about programs, modalities, and college implementation of Web initiatives. The bottom-up approach continuously monitors outcome...
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The authors compared the underlying student response patterns to an end-of-course rating instrument for large student samples in online, blended and face-to-face courses. For each modality, the solution produced a single factor that accounted for approximately 70% of the variance. The correlations among the factors across the class formats showed t...
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Purpose – This paper seeks to outline a time-based strategy for blended learning that illustrates course design and delivery by framing students' learning opportunities in synchronous and asynchronous modalities. Design/methodology/approach – This paper deconstructs the evolving components of blended learning in order to identify changes induced...
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The authors discuss the transformational potential of blended learning and the importance of alignment with strategic initiatives of the institution. They show that key elements for student and faculty support result in numerous positive outcomes, including increased access and the ability to manage growth effectively. Research findings with very l...
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The authors describe the distributed learning program (Online@UCF) at the University of Central Florida (UCF) that serves a number of adult learners. They present outcomes from several years of research collected by the Research Initiative for Teaching Effectiveness on adults enrolled in online courses. Paradoxically, most educators in online learn...
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The authors contend that blended learning represents a boundary object; a construct that brings together constituencies from a variety of backgrounds with each of these cohorts defining the object somewhat differently. The Sloan-C Pillars (learning effectiveness, access, cost effectiveness, student satisfaction, and faculty satisfaction) provide a...
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Few traditions in higher education evoke more controversy, ambivalence, criticism, and, at the same time, support than student evaluation of instruction (SEI). Ostensibly, results from these end-of-course survey instruments serve two main functions: they provide instructors with formative input for improving their teaching, and they serve as the ba...
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Purpose – The paper aims to present a strategic model for online program success in higher education and to discuss the implications of web-based teaching for learning assessment and program evaluation. Design/methodology/approach – This paper uses an analytic approach to deconstruct a successful online program to identify necessary elements for th...
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The Web has changed our habits, expectations, and norms. We have come to view the Internet as the information universe, not just the library. We expect information to be instantly accessible. In text and other formats, information is not just created by experts—it is created and co-created by amateurs. More than ever before, we can choose what, whe...
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The authors discuss elements that potentially impact student satisfaction with asynchronous learning: the media culture, digital, personal and mobile technologies, student learning preferences, pedagogy, complexities of measurement, and the digital generation. They describe a pilot study to identify the underlying dimensions of student satisfaction...
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Though empirical and theoretical literatures in other disciplines suggest an important relationship between computerized education and learning styles, accounting education has yet to examine its importance. If optimal learning is dependent on learning style then faculty should be aware of these differences and alter instructional methods according...
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Although the current generation of students may have never known life without the Internet, they are not necessarily "net savvy." Exposed to huge quantities of information on the Web—in text, audio, image and video formats—sorting valid information from misinformation is a constant challenge. Beyond the quantity and variety of information, students...
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The Hungarian CIVITAS program, working with the Florida Law Related Education Association (FLREA) and researchers from the University of Central Florida, conducted a three-year evaluation of the "Citizen in a Democracy" competition. Over this period the program grew rapidly in size and quality, involving thousands of students and hundreds of teache...
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The authors describe a web-based survey system that was developed for evaluating distributed learning at the University of Central Florida. The system structures itself around three components that are connected through SAS data sets: data collection, data validation, and analysis of survey results. This system differs from other approaches in that...
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The authors describe a Web-based survey system developed for evaluating distributed learning at the University of Central Florida. Results from data collection, data validation, and survey results analyses are incorporated into a participation database table that restricts duplicate and unwanted responses. In addition, participants can validate and...
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The authors describe relationships among infrastructure, student outcomes, and faculty satisfaction at the University of Central Florida (UCF). The model focuses on a developmental process that progresses from courses with some Web presence to those that are driven by ALN. Faculty receive support for on-line teaching in the form of release time for...
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Student growth patterns in Web-enhanced and on-line courses lead the University of Central Florida (UCF) to expect large populations for both categories. The authors describe the UCF process for implementing and evaluating Web-based instruction. The office of Course Development and Web Services supports faculty in preparing and delivering their on-...
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The authors used the Health Risk Behavior Survey for University Students to assess the prevalence of tobacco use among undergraduates in the Florida state university system. They examined the relationships of gender, marital situation, and minority status to 6 smoking behaviors (tried cigarettes, smoked regularly, tried to quit smoking, age when fi...
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The authors report the frequency of behaviors which relate to intentional and unintentional injuries in the undergraduate population in Florida (N= 1150). Comparisons of risk behavior are made for men versus women and married versus unmarried students. The findings suggest that college students frequently participate in behaviors which can lead to...
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51 Mexican children ages 3 and 4 years were asked to express preferences for 9 abstract and 9 realistic paintings on two separate occasions. Consistently, the children showed no clear preferences for abstract or realistic paintings and their choices remained stable. Implications for educational and cultural environments as well as children's litera...
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40 children ages 2 or 3 years were asked to express preferences for 9 abstract and 9 realistic paintings on two separate occasions. Children showed no clear preferences and these were stable over occasions. Their drawings were classified in the scribble stage. These results were consistent with downward extensions of aesthetic preference theories....
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Correlations among scores on motor, visual, auditory, and language subscales of a primary device, Yellow Brick Road, with subsequent academic achievement on Comprehensive Test of Basic Skills were moderate (.35 to .81). Comparisons of the third grade boys (n, 113) and girls (n, 111) on the screening device yielded little difference. Implications fo...

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