The Administrative and Organizational Studies (AOS) Division has as its primary goal the development and enhancement of leadership and technology in educational systems, organizations and institutions.
It is within the scope of this division to study emergent trends and educational innovations; to develop rational for supporting educational change; and to present viable programs of study for advanced students in education which will enable them to function skillfully as educational leaders in facilitating change, and in developing and conducting on-going programs. Two program areas, General Administration and Supervision, and Instructional Technology are under the guidance of the division.
Submissions from 2014
Engaging Multiple Teams to Design a Blended Learning Course, Monica W. Tracey and Tamme Quinn Grzebyk
Instructional Designers as Reflective Practitioners: Developing Professional Identity through Reflection, Monica W. Tracey, Alisa Hutchinson, and Tamme Quinn Grzebyk
Submissions from 2013
Developing Designer Identity Through Reflection, Monica W. Tracey and Alisa Hutchinson
Submissions from 2009
Moodling Around: A Tool for Interactive Technologies, Stacey DeLoose, Kelly L. Unger, Lin Zhang, and James L. Moseley
Wikis, Ke Zhang and Stacey DeLoose
Submissions from 2006
Developing and implementing a higher education quality initiative, Monica W. Tracey
Submissions from 2004
Implementation of Self-Determination Activities and Student Participation in IEPs, Christine Mason, Sharon Field, and Shlomo Sawilowsky
Introducing Dialogue to Graduate Students, Monica W. Tracey, David L. Solomon, and James L. Moseley
Self-Determination and Student Involvement in Standards-Based Reform, Michael L. Wehmeyer, Sharon Field, Bonnie Doren, and Christine Mason