I work on a number of research and development projects ranging from integrating information and communication technology into formal educational settings to the use of ePortfolios in teacher education programs to the use of time-compression in multimedia learning environments. Much of my research has been published in leading journals in the field, and I regularly present my┬áresearch findings at the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Florida Educational Research Association (FERA), and the Association for Educational Communication and Technology (AECT). I am available to work with doctoral and masters students on these projects and on projects related to the students’ interests.

I encourage any student interested in working with me to enroll in at least one of my courses prior to engaging in research together. This ensures I understand you as an individual as well as your strengths as an emerging scholar. Further, students should take the time to read about me and my research interests. It is my goal to ensure that every doctoral student under my tutelage has relevant publications and presentations prior to graduation. Generally speaking, I ask all of my doctoral students to pursue a minor in the Research and Evaluation Methodology program at the University of Florida. Doing so prepares you to conduct scholarship without having to rely on the methodological skills of others.