Sarah McCorkleTexas A&M University | TAMU · Department of Educational Psychology
Doctor of Philosophy
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Sarah McCorkle is an instructional designer and instructional technologist. www.SarahMcCorkle.com
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This design case focuses on the development of an alternative to Penn State’s One Button Studio, but with a do-it-yourself mentality and a substantially smaller budget. The development of our one button video kiosk began as a class project but is part of a larger design-based research project. Video production is not something that all faculty, sta...
This qualitative study uses an emergent design to explore the experiences of faculty teaching in a newly renovated, large-capacity Active Learning Classroom (ALC). The present study takes first-and second-order barriers (Ertmer, 1999) into consideration for a specific type of technology-integrated classroom, the ALC, and looks at faculty barriers t...
This case study describes a small-scale Lightboard pilot and a full-scale Lightboard build with accompanying studio at a small, private liberal arts college in the southern United States. This article will provide an overview of the Lightboard landscape in higher education, offer considerations for the construction of a Lightboard, and share the au...
Whether you teach online or face-to-face, video is a great way to welcome students to your course, set the tone for the week ahead, and summarize major points at the end of the week in the form of a wrap-up. While regular weekly video presence provides an opportunity for you to connect with students outside of the classroom, the notion of producing...
The Lightboard is a low-technology solution for recording instructional videos where the focus is on writing or drawing. Hands-on demonstration of presentation techniques for effective visual presence will be offered to volunteers on a 3' X 5' Lightboard. Through several small group exercises, participants will be asked to think critically about th...
Today the Internet hosts an abundance of technology services that were once limited to costly software packages that offered no collaboration and very little interactivity. The emergence of Web2.0, a play on software version numbers indicating revisions and improvements, now allows those with limited technical ability to combine videos, photos, and...