Florence Martin

Professor in Learning, Design and Technology
University of North Carolina Charlotte

Publications

Here are the publications that resulted from my research. Copies of these articles are for personal use only. The sale and/or distribution of these articles is prohibited.


Book Chapters & Other Publications (n=10)

Martin, F. (In Press). 21st century classroom: Finding the right balance. In Wang, C., Kolana, L., & Kim, D. (Eds). Educational Practices in China, Korea, and the United States: Reflections from a Study Abroad Experience. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing

Martin, F., (In Press). The HPT Model Applied to a University Technology and Learning Center’s Resource Allocation. In Stefaniak, J (Ed.). Cases on Learning Design and Human Performance Technology. IGI Global.

Martin, F. & Markant, D. (In Press). Learning Modules/Adaptive Modules, In SAGE Encyclopedia of Higher Education.

Martin, F. & Kumar, S. (2018).   Frameworks for Assessing and Evaluating e-Learning Courses and Programs. In Piña, A.A., Walker, V., Harris, B.R. (Eds).  Leading and Managing e-Learning, What the e-Learning Leader Needs to Know. Springer (pp. 271-280)

Martin, F., & Oyarzun, B. (2017).   Distance Learning. In R. West (Ed.),  Foundations of Learning and Instructional Design Technology.

Martin, F. (2015).   E-learning Design: From Instructional Events to Elements. In Khan, B. & Ally, M. (Ed).  International Handbook of E-Learning Volumn 1. Routledge. (pp. 153-170)

Bennet, T., & Martin, F. (2013).   Use of Ipads in the K-6 Math and Science Classroom. In Ritzhaupt, A. and Kumar.S. (Eds)  Cases on Educational Technology Implementation for Facilitating Learning,  IGI Publication. (pp. 177-192)

Martin, F., Parker, M.A., Ndoye, A. (2011).   Measuring Success in a Virtual Classroom. In Eom, S.B. & Arbaugh, J.B. (Ed.)  Student Satisfaction and Learning Outcomes in E-Learning: An Introduction to Empirical Research,  IGI Publication. (pp. 246-263)

Martin, F., & Parker, M. (2011).   Virtual Training at an Indian Call Center. In Edmundson, A. (Ed.)  Cases on Globalized and Culturally Appropriate E-Learning: Challenges and Solutions.  IGI Publication. (pp. 90-92)

Tutty, J., & Martin, F. (2009).   User Generated Design: Teaching and Learning with Web 2.0.  Wired for Learning: An Educators Guide to Web 2.0.  IAP Publishing, 3, 43-57


Journal Articles (n=53)

Martin, F., Budhrani, K., Wang, C. (In press).   Examining Faculty Perception of their Readiness to Teach Online: Attitude and Ability.  Online Learning Journal

Martin, F., Ritzhaupt, A. Kumar, S., & Budhrani, K. (2019).   Award-winning Faculty Online Teaching Practices: Course design, Assessment and Evaluation, and Facilitation. The Internet and Higher Education, 42, 34-43

Martin, F., Wang, C., Jokiaho, A., & Birgit, M. (2019).   Examining Faculty Readiness to Teach Online: A Comparison of US and German Educators. European Journal of Open, Distance and E-Learning., 22(1), 53-69

Martin, F., Budhrani, K., Kumar, S., Ritzhaupt, A. (2019).   Award-Winning Faculty Online Teaching Practices: Roles and Competencies. Online Learning Journal, 23(1), 184-205

Bolliger, D. U., & Martin, F. (2018).   Instructor and student perceptions of online student engagement strategies. Distance Education, 39(4), 568-583.

Martin, F. & Bolliger, D.U. (2018).   Engagement matters: Student perceptions on the importance of engagement strategies in the online learning environment.  Online Learning Journal, 22(1), 205-222.

Martin, F., Wang, C., & Sadaf, A. (2018).   Student perception of helpfulness of facilitation strategies that enhance instructor presence,  connectedness, engagement and learning in online courses.  The Internet and Higher Education, 37, 52-65.

Ritzhaupt, A. D., Martin, F., Pastore, R., & Kang, Y. (2018).   Development and validation of the Educational Technologist Competencies Survey (ETCS): Knowledge, skills, and abilities.  Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 30(1), 3-33

Martin, F., Wang, C., Petty, T., Wang, W., & Wilkins, P. (2018). Middle School Students’ Social Media Use. Educational Technology and Society, 21(1), 213-224

Martin, F., Polly, B., Jokiaho, A., & Birgit, M. (2017). Global Standards for Enhancing Quality in Online Learning. Quarterly Review of Distance Education, 18(2), 1-10.

Martin, F., Ahlgrim-Delzell, L., & Budhrani, K. (2017). Two Decades (1995 to 2014) of Systematic Review of Research on Synchronous Online Learning. American Journal of Distance Education, 31(1), 3-19

Martin, F. (2017). Human performance technology in the training and development concentration at UNC Charlotte’s instructional system technology program. Performance Improvement, 56(4), 32-40.

Martin, F., Ndoye, A., & Wilkins, P. (2016). Using Learning Analytics to Enhance Student Learning in Online Courses Based on Quality Matters Standards. Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 45(2), 165-187.

Simmons, B., & Martin, F. (2016). Perceived implementation barriers of a one-to-one computing initiative in a large urban school district: A Qualitative Approach. iManagers Journal of Educational Technology, 11(4), 26-38

Martin, F., & Ndoye, A. (2016). Using Learning Analytics to Assess Student Learning in Online Courses. Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice, 13(3), 1-20.

Martin, F., & Ertzberger, J. (2016). Effects of reflection type in the here and now mobile learning environment. British Journal of Educational Technology, 47(5), 932-944

Martin, F., & Ertzberger, J. (2016). Use of Fitness Bands by teachers in the classrooms. Tech Trends, 60(4), 392-397

Martin, F., & Whitmer, J. (2016). Applying learning analytics to investigate timed release in online learning. Technology, Knowledge and Learning, (21), 59-74.

Robinson, R., & Martin, F. (2015). Memoir writing instruction in an asynchronous format: A design and development research project. Journal of Applied Instructional Design, 5(1), 5-21.

Martin, F., & Carr, M. (2015). An exploratory study on K-12 teachers’ use of technology and multimedia in the classroom. iManagers Journal of Educational Technology, 12(1), 7-14.

Hayes, R., Godwin, C., Butts, D., & Martin, F. (2015). The HPT model applied to a boutique style online retail store. Performance Improvement, 54(7), 26-33.

Boykin, J., Leitheiser, J., & Martin, F. (2015). The HPT Model Applied to a Yoga Studio’s Performance. Performance Improvement, 54(1), 28-38

Tutty, J. & Martin, F. (2014). Effects of Practice Type in the Here and Now Mobile Learning Environment. iManagers Journal of Educational Technology, 11(2), 17-27.

Martin, F. & Parker, M.A. (2014). Use of Synchronous Virtual Classrooms: Why, Who and How? MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 10(2), 192-210.

Wells, N., Stanley, A., & Martin, F. (2014). The Human Performance Technology (HPT) Model Applied to a University Library’s Work Efficiency. Performance Improvement, 53(3), 14-21

Ritzhaupt, A. D. & Martin, F. (2014). Development and validation of the educational technologist multimedia competencies survey. Educational Technology Research and Development, 62(1), 13-33

Martin, F., Hoskins, O.J., Brooks, R., Bennett, T. (2013). Development of an Interactive Multimedia Instructional Module. Journal of Applied Instructional Design, 3(3), 5-17

Pastore, R. & Martin, F. (2013). Designing and Developing Mobile Based Instruction: A Designers Perspective. Design and Technology Education, 18(3), 61-72

Martin, F., & Ertzberger, J. (2013). Here and now mobile learning: An experimental study on the use of mobile technology. Computers & Education, 68, 76-85

Martin, F., Parker, M. & Allred, B. (2013). A Case Study on the adoption and use of synchronous virtual classrooms. Electronic journal of E-learning, 11(2), 124 - 128

Oyarzun, B., & Martin, F. (2013). A Case Study on Multi-Modal Course Delivery and Social Learning Opportunities. Bulletin of the IEEE Technical Committee on Learning Technology, 15(1), 25-28

Martin, F., Pastore, R., & Snider, J. (2012). Developing Mobile Based Instruction. Tech Trends 56(5), 46-51

Martin, F., Parker, M. A., & Deale, D. (2012).   Examining the Interactivity of Synchronous Virtual Classrooms.  The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 13(3), 227-260

Bobbert, D., Robinson, M. & Martin, F. (2012).   The ISPI HPT model applied to a university television broadcast system upgrade.  Performance Improvement, 51(4), 28–38

Snider, J. & Martin, F. (2012).   Evaluating Web Usability.  Performance Improvement, 51(3), 30-40

Martin, F. (2011).   Instructional design process and the importance of Instructional alignment.  Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 35(12), 955-972

Roughton, C., Martin,F., Warren, J., & Gritmon, C. (2011).   Challenges in Synchronous Virtual Classrooms Adoption by Faculty.  International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning, 8(2), 45 - 54

Martin, F., Brooks, R., Gayford, M., Hall, H., & Whitfiled, K. (2011).   Evaluating Reactions and Transfer of Skills from Blackboard Training.  Performance Improvement, 50(1), 26-33

Parker, M.A., Grace, E.R., & Martin. F. (2010).   Do you teach in a Virtual Classroom? Measuring student's perceptions of the features and characteristics.  International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning, 7(12), 17-28

Ritzhaupt, A., Martin, F., & Daniels, K., (2010).   Multimedia Competencies for Educational Technologist. A survey of professionals and job announcement analysis.  Journal Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 19(4), 421-449

Gillispie, L., Parker, M., & Martin, F. (2010).   Game Play is Important for Learning.  Learning and Leading with Technology, Aug, 28-30.

Parker, M., & Martin, F. (2010).   Using Virtual Classrooms: Student Perceptions of Features and Characteristics in an Online and a Blended Course.  Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 6(1), 135-147

Gillispie, L., Martin, F. & Parker, M., (2010).   Effects of a 3-D Video Game on Middle School Student Achievement and Attitude in Mathematics.  Electronic Journal of Mathematics and Technology, 4(1), 68-80

Martin, F., Tutty, J., & Su, Y. (2009).   Influence of Learning Management System Self-efficacy on e-Learning Performance.  Journal on School Educational Technology, 5(3), 26-35.

Martin, F., Hall, H., Blakely, A., Gayford, M., & Gunter, E. (2009).   The HPT Model Applied to a Kayak Company’s Registration Process.  Performance Improvement Journal, 48, 3, 26 - 35

Martin, F., Spalter, A., Friesen, O., & Gibson, J. (2008).   An approach to developing Digital Visual Literacy (DVL).  College and University Media Review. 14, 117-143

Martin, F. (2008).   Effects of practice in a linear and non-linear web-based learning environment.  Educational Technology and Society, 11(4), 18-23

Martin, F. (2008).   Blackboard as the Learning Management System in a Computer Literacy Course.  Journal of Online Learning and Teaching. 4(2), 138-145

Martin, F., & Klein, J. (2008).   Effects of Objectives, Practice, and Review in Multimedia Instruction.  Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 17(2), 171-189.

Martin, F. (2008).   A Performance Technologist's approach to Process Performance Improvement.  Performance Improvement, 47(2), 30-40

Martin, F., & Dunsworth, Q (2007).   A Methodical Formative Evaluation of Computer Literacy Course: What and How to teach?  Journal of Information Technology Education, 6, 123-134.

Martin, F, Klein, J. D. & Sullivan, H. (2007).   The impact of instructional elements in computer-based instruction.  British Journal of Educational Technology, 38(4), 623-636.

Klein, J. D., Martin, F., Tutty, J., & Su, Y. (2005).   Teaching research to instructional design and technology students.&nbps; Educational Technology Magazine, 45(4), 29-33.


Conference Proceedings (n=20)

Moallem, M., Pastore, R., & Martin, F. (2013, March).   Interaction in online learning: A comparative study on the impact of communication tools on student learning, motivation, self-regulation, and satisfaction.  In Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference (pp. 2286-2306).  Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).

Moallem, M., Martin, F., & Pastore, R. (2011, October).   Potential of New Video Conferencing Tools for Bringing Distance & Online Learners to the Face-to-Face Classrooms: Bridging Physical Separation.  In E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education (pp. 773-781).  Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).

Moallem, M., Pastore, R., & Martin, F. (2011, October).   A Comparative Study on the Impact of Various Communication Tools on Student Learning, Motivation, Self-regulation, and Satisfaction.  In E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education (pp. 1519-1534).  Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).

Daniels, H., Sugar, W., Brown, A., Green, T., Martin, F., & Ritzhaupf, A. (2011, March).   Multimedia production curricula: Identifying essential competencies and skills.  In Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference (pp. 1097-1099).  Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).

Martin, F., & Noonan, D. (2010, July).   Synchronous Technologies for Online teaching.  Proceeding of the International Conference on Technology for Education, Mumbai, India.

Parker, M.A., & Martin, F. (2010, July).   Synchronous Virtual Classrooms: Student perceptions from an online and blended education course.  Proceeding of the International Conference on Technology for Education, Mumbai, India.

Martin, F. (2010, July).   Best Practices for Teaching in a Synchronous Virtual Classroom.  Proceeding of the International Conference on Technology for Education, Mumbai, India.

Tutty, J., Martin, F., & Mclaren, Z. (2009, October).   Examining the Foundations of Educational Technology Course in 2009.  Presented at Association of Educational Communications and Technology Conference, Louisville, KY.

Martin, F., & Winzeler, B. (2008, March).   Multimedia Competencies for Instructional Technologists.  Proceeding of the UNC Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference, Raleigh, NC.

Martin, F., & Tutty, J. (2008, March).   Learning Management System Self-Efficacy of Online and Hybrid Learners using LMS self-efficacy scale.  Proceeding of the UNC Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference, Raleigh, NC.

Martin, F., & Tutty, J. (2008, February).   Learning Management System Self-Efficacy of online and hybrid learners.  Proceeding of the New Learning Technologies Conference, SALT, Orlando, FL.

Martin, F., & Tutty, J. (2007, October ).   Effect of practice in a linear and non-linear web-based learning environment.  Proceeding of Association for Educational Communications and Technology conference, Anaheim, CA.

Martin, F., & Klein, J. (2005, October).   Effects of Instructional Elements in Computer based Instruction.  Proceeding of Association for Educational Communications and Technology conference, Orlando, FL.

Martin, F., Klein, J., & Sullivan, H. (2004, October).   Effects of Instructional Events in Computer based Instruction.  Proceeding of Association for Educational Communications and Technology conference, Chicago, IL.

Klein, J., Martin, F., Tutty, J., & Su, Y. (2004, October).   How do we Teach publications to Instructional Design and Technology Students?  Proceeding of Association for Educational Communications and Technology conference, Chicago, IL.

Zhang, G., Martin, F., & Igoe, A. (2004, October).   Teaching Computer Skills to Beginners: What and How?  Proceeding of Association for Educational Communications and Technology conference, Chicago, IL.

Hancock-Niemic, M., Llama, G., Mansfield, J., Martin, F., & Klein, J. (2004, October).   Using Human Performance Technology(HPT) to Identify Potential Barriers to Online High School Course Development.  Proceeding of Association for Educational Communications and Technology conference, Chicago, IL.

Martin, F., Klein, J., & Igoe, A. (2003, November).   Teaching Instructional Media Design: A Needs Assessment Report.  Proceeding of E-learn 2003, Phoenix, AZ.

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