Douglas C. Strahler, Ed.D is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication at Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, where he teaches courses on digital and social media. Strahler has been teaching since 2007 at the university level, including the Newhouse School at Syracuse University and Onondaga Community College. He also consults on social media projects on a freelance basis and speaks at events related to digital and social media for businesses and pedagogical purposes. His research interests explore the nature of social media in society and pedagogical contexts.
Strahler, D. (April 2015). “Pedagogy 2.0: The Evolving Discourse over Social Media in Education,” Eastern Communication Association Convention. Philadelphia, PA.
Educators’ Perceptions of Twitter for Educational Technology Professional Development: A Uses and Gratifications Expectancy Model. Carbonara, David (chair); Mautino, Rose Mary; and Swarts, Valerie. Defended on October 23, 2014.
Jessica L. Barron. Ed.D is an adjunct instructor for the Communications and Computer Sciences departments at Pennsylvania Highlands Community College in Johnstown, PA. She also teaches a variety of courses for the Continuing Education Department, providing knowledge and support to her local community. Barron has co-authored an instructional chapter in an educational publication and has presented at several conferences on the topic of Instructional Gaming.
Hyatt, K. J., Barron, J. L., & Noakes, M. A. (2013). Video Gaming for STEM Education. In H. Yang, & S. Wang (Eds.), Cases on E-Learning Management: Development and Implementation (pp. 103-117). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference. doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-1933-3.ch005