Biological and Environmental Engineering Alumna Publishes Research on Online Courses

Allison Truhlar presents early results of her research as a poster in 2016

Allison Truhlar presents early results of her research as a poster in 2016

January 17, 2019

CIRTL Scholar and Cornell Ph.D.’17 alumna Allison Truhlar recently published the results of several years of research effort into online discussion in Cornell courses, conducted with faculty from Biological and Environmental Engineering and staff from the Center for Teaching Innovation. Excitingly, this is one of several recently published Teaching as Research studies that we will be featuring in upcoming news items.

Full citation:

Truhlar, A.M., Williams, K.M., & Walter, M.T. (2018). Case study: Student engagement with course content and peers in synchronous online discussions. Online Learning, 22(4), 289-312. doi:10.24059/olj.v22i4.1389

The article can be found on theĀ Online Learning Consortium webpage.

Spotlight on Allison Truhlar (June 2, 2017)

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