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Monday, April 13 • 10:00am - 11:15am
Scholar-to-Scholar Research Presentations (Part I)

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BEA introduces the next generation of research presentations with this non-poster poster session.  Special thanks to LG for providing BEA with the opportunity to take research presentations to the next level.

Curriculum, Assessment & Administration Paper Presentations
Trey Stohlman, University of Central Michigan; The Road to Redemption: Reclaiming the Value in Assessment Retention Exams

Jamie Switzer, Colorado State University & Ralph Switzer, Colorado State University; Connectivism: A Teaching Approach for the Digital Era

Writing Division Paper Presentation
Glenda Cantrell Williams, University of Alabama & Daniel Wheatcroft, Birmingham Southern College; President, Shoot to Thrill Productions; Disappearing Voices? Original Screenplays and the Top Ten Box Office

Interactive Media & Emerging Technologies Division Paper Presentations
Robert Bergland, Missouri Western State University, Abby Bonwell, Missouri Western State University, Sunny Medapati, Missouri Western State University,  Sarika Gongalla, Missouri Western State University, Josh Colley, Missouri Western State University & Shawn Force, Missouri Western State University; TV News Websites of the Top 25 Markets

Mary Brooks, Texas Tech University; Uses and Gratifications of E-Readers across Age: A Study of Various Age Cohorts and their Preferences for Traditional versus E-Reading Materials

Peter Rollins, San Francisco State University; Using Transmedia Extensions to Increase Viewer Engagement of Broadcast Network Television Programs

Michael DeVito, George Washington University; Let Me Google That For You: Truth, Thought and Trust In The Age Of Search Engines

Haeun Hong, Ball State University & Michael Lee, Ball State University; Dreaming of a Barrier-Free Video

Monday April 13, 2015 10:00am - 11:15am
Exhibit Hall - Pavilions 4-8

Attendees (17)