Charles R. Graham

Charles R. GrahamCharles R. Graham is a Professor of Instructional Psychology and Technology at Brigham Young University with interest in technology-mediated teaching and learning. Charles studies the design and evaluation of online and blended learning environments and the use of technology to enhance teaching and learning. Charles has authored 50+ articles in over two-dozen journals and 20+ chapters related to online and blended learning in edited books. Much of his research is conducted with graduate students who he loves to work with and mentor. Charles has co-edited two books on blended learning research (Handbook of Blended Learning: Global Perspectives, Local Designs and Blended Learning: Research Perspectives, Volume 2). He has also co-authored a book for teachers and practitioners interested in designing blended learning environments (Essentials for Blended Learning: A Standards-based Guide) and a book on research methods for young researchers learning to do research in online and blended learning contexts (Conducting Research in Online and Blended Learning Environments: New Pedagogical Frontiers). In 2015 Charles became a Fellow of the Online Learning Consortium “For outstanding achievement in advancing theory, research and effective practice in online and blended learning.” Additional details about his scholarly work can be found online at:


Learner Engagement in Blended Learning
Kristian J. Spring, Charles R. Graham, Tarah B. Ikahihifo. © 2019. 14 pages.
Over a decade ago, blended learning (BL) was considered one of the most important emerging trends in higher education. It is utilized in today's society with increasing...
Learner Engagement in Blended Learning
Kristian J. Spring, Charles R. Graham, Tarah B. Ikahihifo. © 2018. 12 pages.
The Impact of Instructional Simulation Use on Teaching and Learning: A Case Study
Michael C. Johnson, Charles R. Graham, Su-Ling Hsueh. © 2012. 19 pages.
As simulation usage becomes more prevalent in education, it is important to analyze how teaching and learning is impacted by its use. We present here a case study of a specific...
The Use of Asynchronous Video Communication to Improve Instructor Immediacy and Social Presence in a Blended Learning Environment
Jered Borup, Charles R. Graham, Andrea Velasquez. © 2011. 20 pages.
Instructors in a blended learning format struggle to find an effective balance between face-to-face instruction that is high in fidelity and online instruction that is high in...
Blended Learning Environments
Charles R. Graham, Stephanie Allen. © 2005. 8 pages.
The term “blended learning” is being used with increased frequency in academic publications and conferences as well as in industry trade magazines around the world. In 2003, the...