Lorraine Beaudin, Ph.D is an Assistant Professor in Educational Technology. Her primary research interests include the integration of technology in teaching and learning and Web-based teaching.


Publications:
Authenticity and Technology Integration: A Structure to Aid Teachers Dealing with Changing Computer Technology

This paper seeks to demonstrate the value Bernard Lonergan's concept of authenticity has for educators interested in the integration of computers in teaching and learning.

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Making the Grade: Monitoring the Impact of a Mentorship Program on Native Students' Academic Achievement
Peter Heffernan,

This report highlights the statistical relationship of Native students' GPA and graduation rates with involvement with a school mentorship program.

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Text Processing: Implications for Online Learning

This presentation will examine text processing research and its implications on the design of online instructional materials.

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The Effect of an Instructor’s use of Audio email Messages on Students’ Sense of Connectedness in the Online Classroom

A discussion on the use of audio files as a tool to enhance students' sense of connectedness in the online classroom.

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