Publications & Presentations

Redd, Jennifer

Publications & Presentations

  • Redd, J. (2015, July). Factors influencing adoption of innovative classroom technologies. 12th Annual Online Learning Consortium Blended Learning Conference and Workshop. 
  • Makani, B., Morrigan, T., Ilett, D., & Redd, J. (2015). Virtual technology fair. Retrieved from http://scholarworks.sjsu.edu/sjsuasist/42
  • Redd, J. (2014, December). Learning management systems: Additional potential and possibilities. DET/CHE 29. 
  • Redd, J., & Mehta, R. (2014, October). Assuring quality of online courses one bit at a time. 20th Annual Online Learning Consortium International Conference 2014.
  • Mehta, R. & Redd, J. (2013, June). Implementation strategies for a successful LMS change. InstructureCon 2013.
  • Redd, J. (2013, April). Mobile devices: Igniting reading and writing possibilities. Sloan-C International Symposium for Emerging Technologies for Online Learning. 
  • Mele Robinson, H., & Redd, J. (2013, March). Mobile technology: Lessons learned in the home setting - possibilities for the school setting. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education. 
  • Redd, J. (2012). Modeling an online learning community through immersion. Sloan-C International Symposium for Emerging Technologies for Online Learning. 
  • Redd, J., & Gentile, D. (2012). Impact of mobile media on early childhood. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education.
  • Redd, J. (2012). Comic software: Building writing skills. California League of Schools Technology and Response to Intervention Conference.
  • Redd, J., & Schmidt-Crawford, D. (2011). The potential for building high-school students‘ vocabulary using an iPod Touch and gaming app. Vol. 15. Issue 2, pp.55-67.
  • Redd, J., & Schmidt, D . "Using mobile devices and gaming as a means of building vocabulary" Article. Vol. 5. Issue 4. (2011). pp.30.
  • Redd, J., Wang, W., & Culver, D. (2011). Comics across the curriculum.
  • Redd, J. (2011). Vocabulary acquisition by secondary students.
  • Redd, J., & Akwaji-Anderson, C. (2011). Considerations for differentiated teaching and learning at a university setting: The cultural factor.