Up-and-Coming Academic Presentations

We are presenting an INTX panel at the International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association Conference. January 12th-16th, 2013 at the University of Central Florida. http://www.fctl.ucf.edu/hetl2013/


The INTX concept is being used as a case analysis within the UCF Texts & Technology doctoral dissertation of INTX researcher Alex Katsaros, during his defense in Spring 2013.


Past Presentations

We exhibited at the I/ITSEC Conference Exhibit Floor for the past four years. INTX presentation was embedded within boothspace donated by corporate partners (Cobham and Engineering & Computer Simulations) 2008-2012.


We have presented a paper called "Satellite-enabled, Mobile Instructional Software and Its Impact on Synchronous Learning" at the 4th Annual Emerging Technologies for Online Learning International Symposium in San Jose, CA - July 11-13, 2011.


We presented a demo called "Satellite-enabled, Mobile Instructional Software and its Impact on Synchronous Learning" at the 27th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching & Learning in Madison, WI - August 3-5, 2011.


We presented a paper called "Remote Instructional Networks:  Evaluating Online Synchronous Learning Technologies Designed for Mobile, Satellite-enabled Media Collaboration" at the 2011Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) International Convention in Jacksonville, Florida - November 8-12, 2011.


We presented at the Fifth Annual Joint Accessions Research and Best Practices Symposium (JAR&BPS), The Training Track Leads (U. S. Navy and U.S. Army Accession Training Commands) in Cape May, NJ - April 21-23, 2009.



We have published an article called An Interactive Cultural Transect: Designing, Deploying, and Evaluating an Online Virtual-Abroad Learning Experience in the Gifted Education International, Special Issue on Virtual Learning. Volume 28, No. 1, 2011


Our research was published in an article by Dr. Robert Kenny and Adam Lenz.  Kenny, Robert and Adam Lenz. "Cowboys with Cameras: an Interactive Expedition." British Journal of Educational Technology (2008) doi:10.1111/j.1467-8535.2007.00807


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