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Assistant Dean of Clinical Medicine | Professor of Medical Education

Biography:

Dr. Douglas Kauffman is an Assistant Dean of Clinical Medicine at Medical University of the Americas. He is an internationally recognized researcher, educational psychologist, and administrator with expertise in human cognition, learning, motivation, educational measurement, and assessment applied to medical and higher education. He has spent over two decades serving as a faculty member and senior administrator at top research and teaching universities in both education and medicine.

He is an expert in teaching and learning, multidisciplinary communities of practice, curriculum/instructional design, program and professional development for teachers, schools, and programs, educational assessment, accreditation, and more. 

Dr. Kauffman is an award-winning educator who has designed, built, and taught hundreds of online, blended, and face to face courses in education and medicine. An Internationally known educational researcher and scholar, Dr. Kauffman’s research involves developing and assessing the impact of instructional interventions designed to improve student learning, motivation, and beliefs across disciplines. He is the Chief Editor of Frontiers in Psychology-Educational Psychology, a global open access journal (Impact factor of 2.15).  

Courses:
  • Obesity Medicine 
  • Medical Humanities 
  • Cognition and Instruction 
  • Writing and Motivation  
  • Human Development and Learning for STEM Educators 
  • Cognition and Motivation for High School Algebra Teachers 
  • Psychology of Learning 
  • Instructional Design and Classroom Management 
  • Educational Measurement and Testing (Traditional and On-line)
  • Research Methods in Education (Traditional and On-line) 
  • Norm and Criterion Referenced Test Construction  
  • Undergraduate Teaching Practicum  
  • First Year/Freshman Year Experience  
  • Academic Success/Learning to Learn 
  • Educational Psychology 
  • Child Psychology  
  • Teaching and Learning 
  • Motivation 
  • Research Methods 
  • Medical/surgical Education 
  • Program development 
  • Assessment 
  • Testing 
  • Tenured and Promoted to Associate Professor of educational psychology; University of Nebraska-Lincoln 
  • Fellow: UNL-CEHS Scholarly enhancement program  
  • Promoted to associate professor; Eastern Connecticut State University 
  • Awarded Tenure; Eastern Connecticut State University 
  • Founder and President Elect: Southwestern Consortium for Innovative Psychology in Education 
  • Recipient 2001-02 Univ. of Oklahoma College of Education Junior Faculty Award.  
  • Recipient of the 2000 University of Nebraska-Lincoln Parents Association and Teaching Council’s Certificate of Recognition for Contributions to Students 
  • Recipient of the 1999 University of Nebraska-Lincoln Parents Association and Teaching Council’s Certificate of Recognition for Contributions to Students 
  • Kauffman, D. F., & Kauffman, Y. (2018, July). Does the Teacher Matter in Online Learning? The Independent and Additive Effects of Teacher Feedback on Students’ Motivation and Engagement. Paper accepted at the 7th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE), Orlando, FL.  
  • Dempsey, M.S., Kauffman, D.F. (August, 2017). How modeling and feedback impact self-regulation during a laparoscopic knot tying simulation task. Paper presented at the annual meeting of European Association for Learning and Instruction, Tampere, Finland. 
  • Lazaro, T.; Egyud, M.; Kauffman, D.F.; and Dechert, T. (April 2017).  The Impact of a  
  • Medical Student Shadowing Program on Attitudes and Interests in Surgery. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the Association of Surgical Education, San Diego, CA. 
  • Talutis, S.; Ghio, M.; Kauffman, D. F.; and Dechert, T. (April, 2017). Developing a  
  • Mentoring Program for MS4 Students Applying to General Surgery Residency. Paper presented during the Candle light vigil on social responsibility at the Annual meeting of the Association of Surgical Education, San Diego, CA. 
  • Kauffman, Y. and Kauffman, D. F.  The Impact of Competency-Based Learning and Digital Self-Assessment on Facilitating Students’ Cognitive and Interpersonal Skills. (July, 2016). Paper presented at the 7th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, Orlando, FL. 
  • MathewsJ. S.; Breaud, A. H.; Mitchell, P. M.; Dempsey, M. S.; Kauffman D. F.; Schneider, J. I; McCabe, K. M.; Clyne, B.; Smith, J. L.; Barron, R.; DechertT.; Halpern, L. E.;  and Linden, J. A. (May, 2016). She Said, He Said - Resident Perceptions of Gender and Leadership in Acute Resuscitations: A Qualitative Analysis. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, New Orleans, LA. 
  • Kauffman, D.F.; Dempsey, M.; and Kisanne-Lee., N.  (April, 2016). Supporting third-year medical students’ skill acquisition, self-efficacy, and self-regulation with modeling and feedback during laparoscopic simulation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Washington D.C. 
  • Robinson, T.; Janeway, M.; Oliveira, T.; Macht, R.; Bhatt, M.; Sidhwa, F.; Timmes, T.; Gardner, I.; Haflich, R.; Mills, J.; Alfaro, J.; Kauffman, D.F.; and  Dechert, T. (April, 2016). Teaching Socially Responsible Surgery to Third Year Surgical Clerkship Students: Changes in Knowledge, Attitudes, and Beliefs.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Surgical Education, Boston, MA.   
  • Dempsey, M.; Kauffman, D.F.; Mitchell, P.; Breaud, H. A.; Linden, J.; Barron, R.; McCabe, K.; Clyne, B; Halpern, L; Smith, J.; Dechert, T.; Schneider, J.; and Mathews, J. (April, 2016).  When self-doubt affects wellbeing: The ongoing need to address imposter syndrome in residency programs. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Surgical Education, Boston, MA.   
  • Macht, R., Robinson T., Lopez, M., Kauffman, D.F., and Dechert, T. Addressing Food Insecurity in the Surgical Safety-Net Population. (April, 2016). Paper presented during the Candle light vigil on social responsibility at the Annual meeting of the Association of Surgical Education, Boston MA.  
  • Morgan, R., Kauffman, D.F., Doherty, G. and Sachs, T. (Aptil, 2016).  Attending and Resident Perceptions of Resident Involvement: An Analysis of ACGME Case Reporting Guidelines.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Surgical Education, Boston, MA.   
  • Morgan, R., Kauffman, D.F., Doherty, G. and Sachs, T. (April, 2016) Resident and Attending Assessments of Operative Involvement: Do we Agree? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Surgical Education, Boston, MA.   
  • Haflich, R.; Gardner, I.; Robinson, T.; Oliveira, T.; Macht, R.;  Janeway, M.; Bhatt, M.; Feroze, S.; Timmes, T.; Mills, J.; Alfaro, J.; Kauffman, D.F.; and  Dechert, T. (April, 2016).  Integrating Advocacy Training into the Third-Year Surgery Clerkship. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Surgical Education, Boston, MA.   
  • MathewsJ. S.; Breaud, A. H.; Mitchell, P. M.; Dempsey, M. S.; Kauffman D. F.; Schneider, J. I; McCabe, K. M.; Clyne, B.; Smith, J. L.; Barron, R.; DechertT.; Halpern, L. E.;  and Linden, J. A. (March, 2016).  She Said, He Said - Resident Perceptions of Gender and Leadership in Acute Resuscitations: A Qualitative Analysis. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the New England Regional Society for Academic Emergency Medicine sponsored by the New England Research Directors (NERDS), Worchester, MA. 
  • MathewsJ. S.; Breaud, A. H.; Mitchell, P. M.; Dempsey, M. S.; Kauffman D. F.; Schneider, J. I; McCabe, K. M.; Clyne, B.; Smith, J. L.; Barron, R.; DechertT.; Halpern, L. E.; and Linden, J. A. (March, 2016). She Said, He Said - Resident Perceptions of Gender and Leadership in Acute Resuscitations: A Qualitative Analysis. Paper presented at the Annual Academic Assembly of the Counsel of Emergency Medicine (CORD), Nashville Tn.   
  • Bendixen, L.; Flowerday, T.; Heddy, B.; Husman, J.; Kauffman, D.F.; Reynolds, R.; Sinatra, G.; and Summer, J. (November, 2015). The Founding of a Consortium in the Southwest: A Discussion of the Past, Present and Future of SCIPIE. Paper presented at the bi-annual meeting of the Southwestern Consortium of Innovative Psychology in Education, Albuquerque. 
  • Kauffman, D.F.Kissane-Lee, N. and Hess, D. (August, 2015) The Use of Models and Feedback to Facilitate Self-Regulated Learning in Medical Students Completing a Surgical Simulation Task. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, CA. 
  • Kauffman, Y. and Kauffman, D. F. (June, 2015). MOOCs Design and Development: Using Active Learning Pedagogy and Instructional Design Model in MITx Courses on the edX Platform. Paper presented at the Annual World Conference on Educational Media & Technology, Montreal, CA. 
  • Haddad, D., Fleming, M., Janeway, M., Starr, N., Robinson, T., Oliveira, T., SidhwaF., Bhatt, M., Macht, R., Kauffman, D.F., & Dechert, T. (May, 2015). Social Responsible Surgery Surgeons as Leaders in the Coordination of Systems Based Healthcare. Paper presented at the John McCahan Medical Campus Education Day, Boston University School of Medicine. 
  • Oliveira, T., Robinson, T., Flemming, M., Haddad, D., Janeway, M., Starr, N., Bhatt, M., Macht, R., Sidwa, F., Kauffman, D.F., & Dechert, T., (May, 2015) Socially Responsible Surgery: Developing Research and Training Opportunities to Address Surgical Disparities in Underserved Populations Paper presented at the John McCahan Medical Campus Education Day, Boston University School of Medicine. 
  • Haddad, D., Dechert, T., Kauffman, D.F., Starr, N., Oliveira, T.M., Robinson, T.D.,  Janeway, M., and Flemming, M., (April, 2015). Socially Responsible Surgeons: Surgeons as Leaders in the Coordination of Systems Based Healthcare. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the Association of Surgical Education, Seattle WA.   
  • Kauffman, D.F.Kissane-Lee, N. and Hess, D. (April, 2015) The Use of Models and Feedback to Facilitate Self-Regulated Learning in Medical Students Completing a Surgical Simulation Task. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the Association of Surgical Education, Seattle WA.   
  • Kauffman, D. F. and Kauffman, Y. (August, 2014). An Online Coaching System for Academic Writing and Digital Plagiarism. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington DC. 
  • Wang, S. and Kauffman, D.F. (August, 2014). The Effects of Writing Instructions on Undergraduate Students’ Writing Self-efficacy and Performance. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington DC. 
  • Yu, M., Shell, D. F., Kauffman, D. F. (August, 2014). Cognition and Motivation Related to College Students’ Writing Revision – A Phenomenological Study. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington DC.  
  • Kauffman, Y., and Kauffman, D. F. (July, 2014). Six Ways to Reduce Cognitive Load: Teaching strategies designed to improve Engineering Students Learning and Motivation. Workshop presented at the Proceedings of the 10th International CDIO Conference, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain, June 16-19, 2014. 
  • Brownson, E.G., Ng-Glazier, J.H, Tobler, W.D, Pennington, E.C., Dechert, T.A., and Kauffman, D. F. (2014, May) Implementation of a novel Structured Social and wellness committee in a surgical residency training program—a case study. Paper presented at the John McCahan Medical Campus Education Day, Boston University School of Medicine. 
  • Dechert, T.A., Stucchi, A., Kauffman, D.F., Hasty, B., Starr, N., and Godfrey, T. (2014, May) Development of the Medical Student Surgical Research Mentorship Program. Paper presented at the John McCahan Medical Campus Education Day, Boston University School of Medicine. 
  • Ganson, K., Zhao, R., and Kauffman, D. F. (2013, December). Time changes things: examining correlates of student-generated goals as they shift for authentic writing assignmentsPaper presented at the Annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association, Dallas Tx. 
  • Kauffman, D.F., Yang, Y., and Bruning, R. (2013, October). Punish or Teach? The Development of an Online Coaching System for Plagiarism Free Persuasive Essay Writing. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Anaheim, CA. 
  • Yang, Y., Kauffman, D.F., and Glider, W. (2013, October). Enriching Conventional Biology Courses: The Affordances and Impact of Digital Interactive Concept Maps. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Anaheim, CA. 
  • Zhao, R., Ganson, K, and Kauffman, D. F. (2013, May) “At first I really cared about learning the material, but now I just want to get the paper done”: Examining correlates of student-generated writing goal shifts. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA. 
  • Kauffman, D.F., and Yang, Y. (2012, August). Web-Based Feedback and Self-Regulation: How Teacher--Student Interactions Impact Online Learning. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Orlando, FL. 
  • Kauffman, D.F., Zhao, R. and Yang, Y. (2012, August). Impacting High School Algebra Teachers Goals, Self-Efficacy, and Pedagogical Content Knowledge. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Orlando, FL. 
  • Yang, Y. and Kauffman, D. F. (2012, August). Effects of Class-Structured Goals and Copy-and-Paste Function on College Students’ Writing Performance. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Orlando, FL. 
  • Yu, Y. Q., Shell, D. F., Newman, I. M., & Kauffman, D. F. (2012, August). Validation of Chinese women’s alcohol expectancy instrument.  Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Orlando, FL. 
  • Kauffman, D. F. & Shell, D. F., (2012, March). "The Unified Learning Model: How Motivational, Cognitive, and Neurobiological Sciences Inform Best Teaching Practices" DBER Speaker Series. Paper 15. 
  •  Bruning, R., Kauffman, D. F.McKim, C. and Zumbrunn, S. (2012, April). Implicit Beliefs About Writing, Liking Writing, and Writing Performance of 8th Graders, 11th Graders, and College Students. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, BC. 
  • Li, F. and Kauffman, D. F. (2012, (April).  Multidimensional Assessment of Chinese Students’ Learning Motivations: A Validation Study Using Inventory of School Motivation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, BC. 
  • Zhao, R., Kauffman, D.F., Yilmaz Soylu, M., and Garro Zeleny, M. (2012, April). Mediating Effects of Goals, Self-Efficacy, and Affect: A Model Predicting High School Students’ Writing Performance. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, BC. 
  • Bruning, R. H., Dempsey, M.S., Kauffman, D.F. , and Zumbrunn, S. (2011April). Knowledge-telling, Knowledge-Transformation: An Empirical Study of Implicit Writing Beliefs. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA. 
  • Haines, C. and Kauffman, D.F. (2011, April). Understanding secondary algebra teachers’ motivation for entering the profession: An examination of personal math biographies. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA. 
  • Jairim, D., Kiewra, K, Kauffman, D.F., and Zhao, R. (2011April).  The Matrix Reloaded: How to Best Study a Matrix.  Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. 
  • Jairim, D., Kiewra, K, Kauffman, D.F. , and Zhao, R. (2011April). The Matrix Unleashed: An Investigation of Matrix Review Across Three Dimensions. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA. 
  • Kauffman, D. F., Zhao, R., Garro Zeleny, M., Yikmaz-Soylu, M., Dempsey, M., and Bruning, R. (2011, April). Achievement Goals as a Predictor of Middle School Students’ Affect, Self-Efficacy, Writing Achievement, and Scores on a Statewide Writing Assessment Poster presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. 
  • Bruning, R. H.; Kauffman, D. F. ; Dempsey, M. S.; and Zumbrunn, S. K (2010, December). A New Measure of Writing Self-EfficacyPaper presented at the annual meeting of National Reading Conference, Fort Worth, TX. 
  • Yang, Y and Kauffman, D. F. (2011, April). Academic Writing and Web-based Learning: Embedding a Qualitative Study of Digital Plagiarism in an Experimental Design. Poster presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. 
  • Dempsey, M., S., Bruning, R. H., and Kauffman, D. F. (2010, May). An Empirical Test of a New Model of Self-Efficacy for Writing. Poster presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO. 
  • Kauffman, D.F., Dempsey, M., Zeleny, M. G., Wang, S., and Bruning, R. H. (2010, May).  How writing goals impact high school students’ affect, self-efficacy beliefs and achievement within writing intensive high school courses. Poster presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO. 
  • Zumbrunn, S. K., Bruning, R. H., Kauffman, D. F., and Hayes, M. (2010, May). Explaining determinants of confidence and success in the elementary writing classroom. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO. 
  • Zumbrunn, S. K., Kauffman, D. F., Hayes, M., and Yilmaz Soylu, M. (2010, May). How writing achievement goals and self-efficacy relate to college writing goals and grade point averages. Poster presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO. 
  • Zumbrunn, S. K., Kauffman, D. F., and Bruning, R. H. (2009, December). How writing achievement goals, attitudes, and beliefs relate to hours spent writing and writing grades in college. Poster presented at annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Albuquerque, NM. 
  • Kauffman, D. F. and Yang, Y (2009, April). Web-based feedback and self-regulation: How teacher-student interactions influence academic self-efficacy, attributions for success, and self-efficacy for self-regulation.  Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA. 
  • Kauffman, D. F. and Yang, Y (2008, March). Teacher interactions in an online graduate  
  • course: A Mixed methods study examining how motivation building and caring  statements impact engagement and achievement.  Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY. 
  • Yang, Y. and Kauffman, D. F. (2008, March). Self-efficacy and personality components as a  
  • predictor of preservice teachers’ effectiveness with using technology in the classroom. Poster presented to the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY. 
  • Yang, Y. and Kauffman, D.F. (2008, March). The Role of Collectivistic and Individualistic Cultures in Self-Regulated Learning. Paper presented at the International Conference of Chinese American Educational Research and Development Association, New York, NY. 
  • Kauffman, D. F. and Yang, Y (2007, April). The role of teacher interaction in supporting  
  • engagement and achievement in an online graduate course. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL. 
  • Kiewra, K.A. and Kauffman, D. F. (2007, April). What parents have to say about  
  • homework. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL. 
  • Li, F. and Kauffman, D. F. (2007, April). Motivation pattern of undergraduate students in  
  • China: Achievement goals, sense of self, and learning strategies. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL. 
  • Yang, Y., Thomas, M., and Kauffman, D. F. (2007, April). Pre-service teachers’ self- 
  • efficacy for using computers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.  
  • Yang, Y. and Kauffman D. F. (2006, October). Cultural differences in web-based self-regulated learning. Paper presented at the Association of Educational Communications and Technology conference, Dallas TX. 
  • Li, F. and Kauffman, D. F. (2006, April). Exploring the school motivation of students in Chinese universities. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.  
  • Li, F. and Kauffman, D. F. (2005, October). The Effects of multimedia technology on intercultural communication competence: A comparison of multimedia and non-multimedia teaching modes in foreign language classroom. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Educational Communications and Technology, Orlando, FL.  
  • Xie, K., Ge, X., Chen, K., and Kauffman, D. F. (2005, October). Prompting in web-based environments: Scaffolding self-monitoring skills in college age students. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Educational Communications and Technology, Orlando, FL.  
  • Kauffman, D. F., Thomas, M., and Kiewra, K. (2005, April). Productivity and excellence in academic educational psychology: The case of John A. Glover. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada. 
  • Kauffman, D. F., Ge, X., Chen, K., and Xie, K. (2005, April). Prompting in web-based environments: Scaffolding self-monitoring skills in college age students. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.    
  • Miller, R., Kauffman, D. F., Greene, B., and Li F. (2005, April). A Validation of the School Concerns measure. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada. 
  • Kauffman, D. F.Crowson, M., Bontempi, E., Columbus, M., Duke, B., and Murdock, C. (2004, April). Motivation to Teach scale: A validation study. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.   
  • Kauffman, D. F. and Crowson M. (2004, October). Validation of the Motivation to Teach scale. Poster session presented at the 9th International Motivation Conference, Lisbon, Portugal 
  • Kauffman, D. F., Zhang, G., and Yang, A. (2004, April). Web-based note taking and metacognitive prompts: A self-regulated learning perspective. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.   
  • Kauffman, D. F. and Crowson M. (2004, October). Validation of the Motivation to Teach scale. Poster session presented at the 9th International Motivation Conference, Lisbon, Portugal 
  • Kauffman, D. F., Zhang, G., and Yang, A. (2004, April). Web-based note taking and metacognitive prompts: A self-regulated learning perspective. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.   
  • Miller, R., Kauffman, D. F., Greene, B., and Li F. (2004, October). A validation of the School Concerns measure. Poster session presented at the 9th International Motivation Conference, Lisbon, Portugal 
  • Yang, Y., Kauffman, D. F., Ng, L., and Silvarajoo, G. (2004, October). Self-regulatory tools designed to support information selection, organization and student’s achievement:  
    A developmental study. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Chicago, IL. 
  • Hartley, K., Bendixen, L., Kauffman, D. F., Lehman, S., and Nussbaum M. (2003, April) Web-based Instruction tool or topic in the study of learner characteristics? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL. 
  • Kauffman, D. F. (2003, April). The future motivates: International perspectives on the role of future time perspective. Session Chair at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL. 
  • Murdock, C., Columbus, M., and Kauffman, D. F. (2003, June). Validation of the Motivation to Teach Scale. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Edmond, OK.  
  • Kauffman, D. F. (2002, April). Self-regulated learning in web-based environments:  
  • Instructional tools designed to facilitate cognitive strategy use, metacognitive processing, and motivational beliefs. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA. 
  • Kauffman, D.F.Igo,L. B., McCrudden, M., Cornwell, J. and Jacobs, L. (2002, April). Development of an online matrix note taking tool for use in web-based environments. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.  
  • Kauffman, D. F.Bruning, R. and Horn, C. (2000, November). Organizing information on the web with a matrix note-taking device. Paper presented at WebNet 2000-World Conference on the WWW and Internet, San Antonio, TX. 
  • Bruning, R., Horn, C., Lehman, S., and Kauffman, D. F. (1999, October). At risk in cyberspace: Enhancing engagement of high risk students in Internet-based courses. Paper presented at WebNet 99-World Conference on the WWW and Internet, Honolulu, HI. 
  • Kauffman, D. F. and Kiewra, K. (1999, April). Indexing, extraction, and localization effects from learning form matrices, outlines, and text. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.    
  • Kauffman, D. F. and Igo, B. (1999, April). Technology-based instruction for at-risk students: Caring for and motivating students in Internet-based courses. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.   
  • Kauffman, D. F. and Kiewra, K. (1999, April). Indexing, extraction, and localization effects for learning from matrices, outlines, and text.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada. 
  • Kauffman, D. F. and Kiewra, K. (1999, April). Indexing, extraction, and localization effects from learning form matrices, outlines, and text. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.    
  • Kauffman, D. F. and Igo, B. (1999, April). Technology-based instruction for at-risk students: Caring for and motivating students in Internet-based courses. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.   
  • Kauffman, D. F. and Kiewra, K. (1999, April). Indexing, extraction, and localization effects for learning from matrices, outlines, and text.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada. 
  • Horn, C., Bruning, R. Glider, W., Kauffman, D. F., and Wood, L. (1998, April). Student   characteristics and web page interaction in college biology.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.  
  • Kauffman, D. F. and Kiewra, K. (1998, April). The matrix organizer boosts relational learning more than text or outlines.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego CA. 
  • Bruning, R., Horn, C., Reisetter, M., Barrett, K., Kauffman, D. F., Lehman, S., and White, M.  (1998). 1998 Pre-Service teacher course review (Tech. Rep. No. 9). Lincoln: University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Center for Instructional Innovation. 
  • Bruning, R., Horn, C., Shell, D., Reisetter, M., Kauffman, D. F., Lehman, S., Sydik, J., Udell, W., and Wise, V.  (1998). On-line data gathering and aggregation: Developing of sampling methods (Research Rep. No. 1). Lincoln: University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Center for Instructional Innovation. 
  • Bruning, R., Horn, C., Shell, D., Reisetter, M., Kauffman, D. F., Lehman, S., Springer, P., Sydik, J., Udell, W., and Wise, V.  (1998). Course feature analysis: Technical feasibility (Research Rep. No. 2). Lincoln: University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Center for Instructional Innovation. 
  • Horn, C., Bruning, R., Shell, D., Barrett, K., Kauffman, D. F., and Nietfeldt, J.  (1998). 1997 
  • Summer Pilot Study (Tech. Rep. No. 6). Lincoln: University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Center for Instructional Innovation. 
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