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This is the homepage of Curtis Jay Bonk, Ph.D. I currently teach at Indiana University (IU) in the School of Education. More specifically, I am in the Learning, Cognition, and Instruction (LCI) Program within the Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology (CEP) and a core member of the Center for Research on Learning and Technology (CRLT). I also spend much of my time in the Instructional Systems Technology Department (IST). My Ph.D. and Master's degrees are from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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I. New Edited Book:
A new book/website by Greg Kearsley Learning and Teaching in Cyberspace including a brief vignette of Dr. Curt Bonk (see Chapter 10: Education in the Information Age)
|1. Marketing / Syllabi||2. Student exploration||3. Student resources||4. Course resources||5. Repurpose web resource||6. Substantive & graded||7. Course activities||8. Alternative delivery||9. Entire course on the web||10. Larger programmatic|
1. Marketing/ Course syllabi
Sample of Level 1 electronic syllabi from other faculty members:
Lists of syllabi
2. Resource for student exploration
3. Student generating resources
4. Instructor developed course resources
5. Repurpose web resources for others
6. Substantive and graded part of course
7. Course activities extended to other courses and people
8. Web as alternative deliver mechanism for entire course (all students on campus)
9. Web as alternative deliver mechanism for entire course (all students off campus)
10. Larger programmatic efforts
I was Program Coordinator of Learning, Cognition, and Instruction from 1992-1995, and am now a Faculty Fellow for Research at the Center for Excellence in Education (CEE). In addition, I am a faculty member of the Center for Research on Learning and Technology (CRLT) at Indiana University.
In order for you to understand my current contentment, I must point out that before this stage of my life, I was a bean counter. I had various jobs in factories, in public accounting as an auditor and tax accountant, in the medical supply/distribution industry as a corporate controller, in the circuit board industry as an assistant controller. I left the wonderous world of accounting and finance for educational psychology back in 1986 and have been involved in fun, interesting, and complex educational problems and studies ever since. I also have worked in university settings as a teaching assistant at the University of Wisconsin and as an assistant professor at West Virginia University in educational psychology. I am now happily employed at Indiana University as an Associate Professor in Educational Psychology and have been here since 1992. This is the best job yet!!!
Working in higher education, I have the following research and teaching interests.
In a nutshell, my interests are in:
I recently presented at the Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Conference. All the papers presented are available on the WWW.
Now for a MUG SHOT of me wearing my favorite toad shirt...
To see some great pictures of my family and colleagues, see my online photo album and online album 2.
Come by for a visit anytime or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or call and leave a voicemail message at (812) 856-8353. Or perhaps send a fax at (812) 856-8333.
That's it for now. To be continued. and updated at another date...
Thanks for exploring my home page. Bye!
Doc Jay out...
For more information, write to me or e-mail me:
Curtis Jay Bonk, Ph.D., CPA
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