Julia M. Matuga

Julia Matuga earned a PhD in Educational Psychology with an emphasis on learning, cognition and instruction from Indiana University, Bloomington. She joined the faculty at Bowling Green State University as an associate professor of educational psychology in 1999. She is currently the Associate Vice Provost for Institutional Effectiveness at Bowling Green State University. Her research interests include online teaching and learning in higher education, the role of self-regulation in life-long learning, and institutional evaluation and assessment.

Publications

Online Learning and Quality Practice With Administrative Support and Collaboration
Deborah G. Wooldridge, Sandra Poirier, Julia M. Matuga. © 2021. 18 pages.
Higher education institutions must innovate and develop new modes of learning, both formal and informal, that meet the demands of the knowledge-driven economy. There is a growing...
Quality Online Learning in Higher Education
Deborah G. Wooldridge, Sandra Poirier, Julia M. Matuga. © 2019. 17 pages.
Traditional education systems alone, despite the essential role they have played and will continue to play in learning, are simply not capable of serving the world's growing...
Quality Online Learning in Higher Education
Deborah G. Wooldridge, Sandra Poirier, Julia M. Matuga. © 2018. 15 pages.
Assuring Quality in Online Course Delivery
Julia M. Matuga, Deborah Wooldridge, Sandra Poirier. © 2013. 14 pages.
This paper examines the critical issue of assuring quality online course delivery by examining four key components of online teaching and learning. The topic of course delivery...
Assuring Quality in Online Course Delivery
Julia M. Matuga, Deborah Wooldridge, Sandra Poirier. © 2012. 14 pages.
This chapter focuses upon the critical issue of assuring quality online course delivery by examining four key components of online teaching and learning. The topic of course...
Assuring Quality in Online Course Delivery
Julia M. Matuga, Deborah Wooldridge, Sandra Poirier. © 2011. 14 pages.
This paper examines the critical issue of assuring quality online course delivery by examining four key components of online teaching and learning. The topic of course delivery...
The Role of Assessment and Evaluation in Context: Pedagogical Alignment, Constraints, and Affordances in Online Courses
Julia M. Matuga. © 2006. 15 pages.
The purpose of this chapter is to facilitate discussion regarding the contextualization of assessment and evaluation within online educational environments. Three case studies...