Although retired, I remain active professionally. I continue to do research, development, and scholarly writing. I also help maintain the Indiana University Plagiarism Tutorials and Tests.
Research and Development Highlights
- Educology Is Interdisciplinary: What Is It? Why Do We Need It? Why Should We Care? (December, 2019, in press)
- Close Schools. Open Minds. Why We Need Educology for Improving Education Systems (2019, in press)
- What Should Be the Content for Student Learning? (2019, in press)
- The Theory of Totally Integrated Education (2018)
- Educology: website with glossary on knowledge about education (2015 - present)
- Indiana University Plagiarism Tutorial and Tests: 14 Years of Worldwide Learning Online (2017)
- MOOCs for Research: The Case of the Indiana University Plagiarism Tutorials and Tests (2016)
- Using Pattern Matching to Assess Gameplay (2015)
- MAPSAT: Map & Analyze Patterns and Structures Across Time (1974 - present)
Examples of Web-based instruction and student learning that I have directed and developed, available worldwide:
- How to Recognize Plagiarism: Tutorials and tests on word-for-word and paraphrasing plagiarism (takes about 2 hours; if you pass a test you earn a certificate)
- The Diffusion Simulation Game (School Context): How many teachers can you get to adopt an innovation? (takes about an hour or less for each time you play)
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