Shalin Hai-Jew

Shalin Hai-Jew works as an instructional designer at Kansas State University (K-State) and taught for WashingtonOnline for a number of years through 2014. She has taught at the university and college levels for many years (including four years in the People’s Republic of China) and was tenured at Shoreline Community College but left tenure to pursue instructional design work. She has Bachelor’s degrees in English and psychology, a Master’s degree in Creative Writing from the University of Washington (Hugh Paradise Scholar), and an Ed.D in Educational Leadership with a focus on public administration from Seattle University (where she was a Morford Scholar). She reviews for several publications and publishers, and is editor of several IGI Global titles. Dr. Hai-Jew was born in Huntsville, Alabama, in the U.S.

Publications

Form, Function, and Style in Instructional Design: Emerging Research and Opportunities
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2020. 200 pages.
As technological influences and advancements change the format and availability of online learning, instructional design is forced to adapt and accommodate to these changes by...
Methods for Analyzing and Leveraging Online Learning Data
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2019. 436 pages.
While online learning continues to be a rapidly expanding field of research, analyzing data allows educational institutions to fine tune their curriculum and teaching methods....
Exploring Public Perceptions of Native-Born American Emigration Abroad and Renunciation of American Citizenship through Social Media
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2019. 42 pages.
There has been little work done on American emigration abroad and even less done on the formal renunciation of American citizenship. This chapter provides an overview of both...
Modeling Processes and Outcomes From Cybersecurity Talent Gaps in Global Labor Markets
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2019. 18 pages.
Many experience cybersecurity talent gaps at a local level. They see positions that go unfilled or filled with people without the requisite skills; they see data and identity...
Online Calling Cards and Professional Profiles in Cybersecurity From Social Media
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2019. 38 pages.
Demand is very high for people to work in various cybersecurity professions and ceteris paribus that demand may well continue into the near term. While there are more formal...
The Electronic Hive Mind and Cybersecurity: Mass-Scale Human Cognitive Limits to Explain the “Weakest Link” in Cybersecurity
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2019. 57 pages.
If people are the “weakest link” in cybersecurity because of their psychological make-up and hardwiring—their socialized desire to trust and cooperate with others, their...
Multidimensional Mappings of Political Accounts for Malicious Political Socialbot Identification: Exploring Social Networks, Geographies, and Strategic Messaging
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2019. 86 pages.
Malicious political socialbots used to sway public opinion regarding the U.S. government and its functions have been identified as part of a larger information warfare effort by...
Online Survey Design and Data Analytics: Emerging Research and Opportunities
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2019. 226 pages.
Online survey research suites offer a vast array of capabilities, supporting the presentation of virtually every type of digital data – text, imagery, audio, video, and...
Electronic Hive Minds on Social Media: Emerging Research and Opportunities
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2019. 358 pages.
Researchers have harnessed the flood of personal information and opinions shared on social media platforms in a variety of ways. People communicate not only what they imagine...
Safe Distances: Online and RL Hyper-Personal Relationships as Potential Attack Surfaces
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2019. 37 pages.
Online human-to-human (and human-to-robot) hyper-personal relationships have evolved over the years, and their prevalence has broadened the available cyberattack surfaces. With...
Beware!: A Multimodal Analysis of Cautionary Tales in Strategic Cybersecurity Messaging Online
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2019. 40 pages.
Cautionary tales are structured stories that describe protagonists who are faced with critical decisions and often take wrong turns and suffer for it, sometimes irretrievably;...
Beware!: A Multimodal Analysis of Cautionary Tales in Strategic Cybersecurity Messaging Online
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2019. 40 pages.
Cautionary tales are structured stories that describe protagonists who are faced with critical decisions and often take wrong turns and suffer for it, sometimes irretrievably;...
Techniques for Coding Imagery and Multimedia: Emerging Research and Opportunities
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2018. 483 pages.
A variety of applications have been developed in order to engage with society. These tools have enabled computer scientists to captured large sets of unstructured data for...
Selfies as a Mode of Social Media and Work Space Research
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2018. 327 pages.
The Western cultural trend of self-representation is transcending borders as it permeates the online world. A prime example of this trend is selfies, and how they have evolved...
In Plaintext: Electronic Profiling in Public Online Spaces
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2018. 35 pages.
People have long gone online to groom their online identities, to communicate some aspects of themselves in the real. The information shared is purposive and strategic....
Work-Based Self-Portrayals: Signaling Reciprocity on Social Media to Reassure Distant Work-Based Project Collaborators
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2018. 41 pages.
One degree out from an image “selfie” are text-based self-generated user profiles (self-portrayals) on social media platforms; these are self-depictions of the individual as he...
Creating an Instrument for the Manual Coding and Exploration of Group Selfies on the Social Web
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2018. 76 pages.
A subgroup of the images shared as part of the “selfie” phenomenon is group selfies (aka “groupies” and “we-fies” or “us-ies”) or self-portraits of groups (three or more...
Senses of “Selfie” Around the World From Web Search Patterns Over Extended Time
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2018. 47 pages.
When social phenomena and practices go viral, like “selfies,” they instantiate in different locations around the world in different ways based on cultural differences...
Multimodal Mapping of a University's Formal and Informal Online Brand: Using NodeXL to Extract Social Network Data in Tweets, Digital Contents, and Relational Ties
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2018. 53 pages.
With the popularization of the Social Web (or Read-Write Web) and millions of participants in these interactive spaces, institutions of higher education have found it necessary...
Safe Distances: Online and RL Hyper-Personal Relationships as Potential Attack Surfaces
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2018. 37 pages.
Online human-to-human (and human-to-robot) hyper-personal relationships have evolved over the years, and their prevalence has broadened the available cyberattack surfaces. With...
Inducing Six-Word Stories From Curated Text Sets to Anticipate Cyberwar in 4IR
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2018. 72 pages.
From curated “cyberwar” text sets (from government, mainstream journalism, academia, and social media), six-word stories are computationally induced (using word frequency counts...
Social Media Data Extraction and Content Analysis
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2017. 493 pages.
In today’s society, the utilization of social media platforms has become an abundant forum for individuals to post, share, tag, and, in some cases, overshare information about...
Manually Profiling Egos and Entities across Social Media Platforms: Evaluating Shared Messaging and Contents, User Networks, and Metadata
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2017. 54 pages.
Social media accounts on various social media platforms represent the public-facing Web presences of egos (individuals) and entities (groups). On the surface, these may be...
Applied Analytical “Distant Reading” using NVivo 11 Plus™
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2017. 43 pages.
NVivo 11 Plus, a qualitative data analysis software tool, enables some types of “distant reading” albeit within the text data processing limits of the desktop machine. Some...
Conducting Sentiment Analysis and Post-Sentiment Data Exploration through Automated Means
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2017. 39 pages.
One new feature in NVivo 11 Plus, a qualitative and mixed methods research suite, is its sentiment analysis tool; this enables the autocoding of unlabeled and unstructured text...
Exploring “User,” “Video,” and (Pseudo) Multi-Mode Networks on YouTube with NodeXL
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2017. 54 pages.
Network Overview, Discovery and Exploration for Excel (NodeXL Basic) enables the extraction of “user” (entity), “video” (content), and pseudo multi-modal networks from YouTube....
Flickering Emotions: Feeling-Based Associations from Related Tags Networks on Flickr
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2017. 46 pages.
Using the emotion words of Robert Plutchik's “Wheel of Emotions” (based on his multidimensional emotion model) as seeding terms to extract related tags networks (and related...
Creating “(Social) Network Art” with NodeXL
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2017. 52 pages.
If human-created objects of art are historically contingent, then the emergence of (social) network art may be seen as a product of several trends: the broad self-expression and...
Employing the Sentiment Analysis Tool in NVivo 11 Plus on Social Media Data: Eight Initial Case Types
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2017. 70 pages.
Sentiment analysis has been used to assess people's feelings, attitudes, and beliefs, ranging from positive to negative, on a variety of phenomena. Several new autocoding...
Capturing the Gist(s) of Image Sets Associated with Chinese Cities through Related Tags Networks on Flickr®
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2017. 71 pages.
To introduce how related tags networks may be extracted from Flickr® and used for “gist” and other analysis, this chapter describes the related tag networks associated with some...
Real-Time Sentiment Analysis of Microblog Messages with the Maltego “Tweet Analyzer” Machine
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2017. 22 pages.
For social media to work as a “human sensor network” or a relevant source for “eventgraphing” for some fast-moving events, it is important to be capture real-time and locational...
Exploring Public Perceptions of Native-Born American Emigration Abroad and Renunciation of American Citizenship through Social Media
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2017. 45 pages.
There has been little work done on American emigration abroad and even less done on the formal renunciation of American citizenship. This chapter provides an overview of both...
Finding Automated (Bot, Sensor) or Semi-Automated (Cyborg) Social Media Accounts Using Network Analysis and NodeXL Basic
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2017. 42 pages.
Various research findings suggest that humans often mistake social robot (‘bot) accounts for human in a microblogging context. The core research question here asks whether the...
Vengeance Culture Online: A Qualitative Meta-Analysis and Position Paper
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2017. 30 pages.
Vengeance. Payback. Retribution. Just deserts. Evening up the score. Punishment. If there is an ever-replicating and recurring Internet meme, it is one of revenge. Intimate...
Static Text-Based Data Visualizations: An Overview and a Sampler
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2017. 77 pages.
Data visualizations have enhanced human understandings of various types of quantitative data for many years. Of late, text-based data visualizations have been used informally and...
Multimodal Mapping of a University's Formal and Informal Online Brand: Using NodeXL to Extract Social Network Data in Tweets, Digital Contents, and Relational Ties
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2016. 50 pages.
With the popularization of the Social Web (or Read-Write Web) and millions of participants in these interactive spaces, institutions of higher education have found it necessary...
Visualizing Wikipedia Article and User Networks: Extracting Knowledge Structures using NodeXL
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2016. 22 pages.
As a public and open-source resource, Wikipedia is used by many in the public as a quick reference; academic researchers have tapped Wikipedia for human- and machine-based...
Connecting Related Online Elements with Maltego Carbon 3.5.3™: Six Use Cases for Higher Education
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2016. 22 pages.
With so much of modern life conducted in online spaces, understanding what is knowable through those spaces is a critical aspect of digital literacy and informational awareness....
ICT4D and its Potential Role in the Detection, Surveillance, and Prevention of Novel Zoonotic Disease Outbreaks for Global, National, and Local Pandemic Prevention
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2016. 51 pages.
Information and Communication Technology for Development (ICT4D) and Information Technology for Development (IT4D) has been a strategy applied since the mid-1950s to support the...
Expressing Data, Space, and Time with Tableau Public™: Harnessing Open Data to Enhance Visual Learning through Interactive Maps and Dashboards
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2016. 27 pages.
Virtually every subject area depicted in a learning object could conceivably involve a space-time element. Theoretically, every event may be mapped geospatially, and in time...
Expressing Data, Space, and Time with Tableau Public™: Harnessing Open Data to Enhance Visual Learning through Interactive Maps and Dashboards
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2016. 29 pages.
Virtually every subject area depicted in a learning object could conceivably involve a space-time element. Theoretically, every event may be mapped geospatially, and in time...
Enhancing Qualitative and Mixed Methods Research with Technology
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2015. 643 pages.
In light of the expensive nature of quantitative research, such as experiments, researchers must seek other methods of understanding the world around them. As such, new...
Design Strategies and Innovations in Multimedia Presentations
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2015. 589 pages.
Multimedia is currently used in a variety of contexts, from social interaction to educational and business settings. The richness of the multimedia experience and its ability to...
Creating Extended-Form Eventgraphs from Social Media Using Publicly Available Software Tools
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2015. 75 pages.
This chapter explores the feasibility of exploring surprise and unfolding events through the extraction of strategic data from social media platforms and the Web and Internet to...
Eavesdropping on Narrowcast Self-talk and Microchats on Twitter
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2015. 42 pages.
On Twitter, a range of discourse networks may be extracted showing different types of conversational interactions. While the attention is often on what is trending and large-size...
Static Text-Based Data Visualizations: An Overview and a Sampler
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2015. 100 pages.
Data visualizations have enhanced human understandings of various types of quantitative data for many years. Of late, text-based data visualizations have been used informally and...
Using Microsites as Live Presentation Platforms: (with Three Embedded Real-World Cases)
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2015. 18 pages.
Live presentations in academic conferences often link to online resources for preview or post-view. Microsites may enhance live and real-time presentations. To examine the human...
Conducting Semantic-Based Network Analyses from Social Media Data: Extracted Insights about the Data Leakage Movement
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2015. 59 pages.
Network analysis is widely used to mine social media. This involves both the study of structural metadata (information about information) and the related contents (the textual...
Grounding Cyber: Querying Social Media Platforms, the Web, and Internet for Geolocational Information
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2015. 97 pages.
Tying “cyber” entities, spaces, and events to real-world physical spaces is a critical step in de-mythifying cyberspace. This chapter introduces Maltego Tungsten™, a penetration...
Rolling NVivo 10 out to a University's Research Community: Live Trainings and a Semantic Web-Friendly E-Book
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2015. 33 pages.
At Kansas State University, there has been a concentrated effort to evolve the institution into one of the nation's top 50 research public universities. One small part of...
Packaging Digital Information for Enhanced Learning and Analysis: Data Visualization, Spatialization, and Multidimensionality
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2014. 349 pages.
With higher education turning towards data analytics as the next big advance in technology, it is important to look at how information is gathered and visualized for accurate...
Branching Logic in the Design of Online Learning: A Partial Typology
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2014. 23 pages.
Online learning requires a clear structure to enhance learning, particularly for those with little background in the subject. Structurally, the design of online learning may...
Multimodal Mapping of a University’s Formal and Informal Online Brand: Using NodeXL to Extract Social Network Data in Tweets, Digital Contents, and Relational Ties
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2014. 43 pages.
With the popularization of the Social Web (or Read-Write Web) and millions of participants in these interactive spaces, institutions of higher education have found it necessary...
Using Social Network Analysis to Examine Social Hierarchies and Team Dynamics on Instructional Design Projects
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2014. 43 pages.
Social network diagrams have been an important part of understanding social dynamics from dyads all the way to human civilizations. In e-learning, social networks have been used...
Beyond Surface Relations: Using Maltego Radium® to Analyze Electronic Connectivity and Hidden Ties in the Internet Understructure
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2014. 24 pages.
On the surface spaces of the WWW and Internet, organizations and individuals have long created a public face to emphasize their respective brands, showcase their credibility, and...
Structuring an Emergent and Transdisciplinary Online Curriculum: A One Health Case
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2014. 33 pages.
Subject domains are in constant transition as new research and analysis reveal fresh insights, and occasionally, there may be paradigm shifts or new conceptual models....
Remote Workforce Training: Effective Technologies and Strategies
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2014. 450 pages.
Lifelong learning can occur both in and out of the classroom, but the most valuable instruction takes place on the job. Remote Workforce Training: Effective Technologies and...
A Social Network Strategy for the Social Marketing of Online Courses and Learning Resources in Higher Education
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2014. 41 pages.
In virtually all institutions of higher learning, there is the development of online courses to meet local demands foremost but also to potentially glean from an international...
Online Policy-Compliance Training in Higher Education: A Preliminary Design Model
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2014. 28 pages.
In higher education, compliance trainings are necessary to ensure that the diverse workforce adheres to any number of regulations. With faculty and staff who are working on...
Analyzing Work Teams Using Social Network Diagrams
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2014. 22 pages.
Workplace teams are a common social structure that enables the successful completion of collaborative projects. They have been studied as “hot” teams, virtual ones, and other...
Using Stranger Small World Networks for E-Marketing in Academia
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2014. 39 pages.
In an institution of higher education, there are a number of projects that provide opportunities for online learning and collaboration. The success of a project often requires...
In Plaintext: Electronic Profiling in Public Online Spaces
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2014. 34 pages.
People have long gone online to groom their online identities, to communicate some aspects of themselves in the real. The information shared is purposive and strategic....
Iff and Other Conditionals: Expert Perceptions of the Feasibility of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) – A Modified E-Delphi Study
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2014. 133 pages.
For the past several years, a new form of online learning has emerged, which has captured the popular imagination, and with it, plenty of support from private universities, angel...
Creating an Emotionally Resilient Virtual and On-Campus Student Community at K-State through the University Life Café: A Case Study about Understanding the Users of a Socio-Technical Space
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2014. 26 pages.
A vibrant community of learners benefits from the well-being and health of all. The connectedness of today's students through social media presents a powerful opportunity for...
Human Rights, the Global War on Transnational Terror, and the Mixed Roles of ICT: A Meta-Analysis
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2014. 35 pages.
An international human rights regime is a major motivator of nation-states and peoples in the global war on transnational terror. It sets normative understandings for how...
Vengeance Culture Online: A Qualitative Meta-Analysis and Position Paper
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2014. 30 pages.
Vengeance. Payback. Retribution. Just deserts. Evening up the score. Punishment. If there is an ever-replicating and recurring Internet meme, it is one of revenge. Intimate...
ICT4D and its Potential Role in the Detection, Surveillance, and Prevention of Novel Zoonotic Disease Outbreaks for Global, National, and Local Pandemic Prevention
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2014. 50 pages.
Information and Communication Technology for Development (ICT4D) and Information Technology for Development (IT4D) has been a strategy applied since the mid-1950s to support the...
Open-Source Technologies for Maximizing the Creation, Deployment, and Use of Digital Resources and Information
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2013. 369 pages.
Open-source development has been around for decades, with software developers co-creating tools and information systems for widespread use. With the development of open-source...
Collaboratively Designing and Building a Digital Entomology Lab at K-State
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2013. 28 pages.
With the creation of ENTOM 312, General Entomology, as an online class, the question arose about whether to pursue development of a Digital Entomology Lab to support student...
Creating an Emotionally Resilient Virtual and On-Campus Student Community at K-State through the University Life Café: A Case Study about Understanding the Users of a Socio-Technical Space
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2013. 32 pages.
A vibrant community of learners benefits from the well-being and health of all. The connectedness of today’s students through social media presents a powerful opportunity for...
Analyzing the Competitive Dynamics in Open-Source Publishing Using Game Theory
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2013. 31 pages.
Using a game theory model to analyze whether a content developer should pursue publishing with an open-source or proprietary publisher, this work describes a strategy for those...
Building Open-Source Resources for Online Learning in a Higher Education Environment
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2013. 21 pages.
Faculty, administrators, and staff at institutions of higher education are singularly well poised to create open-source digital learning contents. Creating open-source digital...
Creating Open-Source Interactive Articles for the Wider Publics
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2013. 23 pages.
A core form of the international sharing of research and analysis is done through articles, both those presented in live conferences and those published in any number of...
Selectively Employing Open-Source Resources for Online Learning
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2013. 9 pages.
Those who work in instructional technologies and design have long been turning to the usages of open-source resources (learning / course management systems, software tools and...
ELATEwiki: Evolving an E-Learning Faculty Wiki
Shalin Hai-Jew, Roger McHaney. © 2013. 23 pages.
A small team at Kansas State University worked to plan, create and launch an e-learning wiki to support faculty in their work. The advantages of the wiki technology—with its...
Using an Evolving Electronic Stylebook as a Touchstone for Online Learning Project Management
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2013. 26 pages.
For complex instructional design projects, having an evolving electronic stylebook offers a critical advantage in terms of organizing the work for quality and shared...
The “Online Teaching, Design, and Development” Course: Supporting K-State Faculty in E-Learning and Instructional Design on the Axio™ Learning/Course Management System (A Case Study)
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2013. 37 pages.
“Online Teaching, Design and Development” was created as a 5-week instructor-facilitated online course to support the instructors at Kansas State University (K-State) in creating...
Managing an E-Marketing Plan for an Online Learning Curriculum
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2013. 10 pages.
The design of an online learning curriculum is not the end of the work for that course or curriculum. Further work involves a marketing outreach to potential learners in order to...
Structuring and Facilitating Online Learning through Learning/Course Management Systems
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2013. 18 pages.
Online learning—whether it is human-facilitated or automated, hybrid/blended, asynchronopus or synchronous or mixed--often relies on learning/course management systems (L/CMSes)....
Interpreting “You” and “Me”: Personal Voices, PII, Biometrics, and Imperfect/Perfect Electronic Memory in a Democracy
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2013. 18 pages.
Over a billion people are said to use the WWW and Internet, with 1 in 6 humans on earth accessing these technological systems. Many of these users have created their own personal...
Action Potentials: Extrapolating an Ideology from the Anonymous Hacker Socio-Political Movement (A Qualitative Meta-Analysis)
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2013. 57 pages.
An ideology is defined as a set of ideas that “explains and evaluates social conditions, helps people understand their place in society, and provides a program for social and...
Modeling the Relationship between a Human and a Malicious Artificial Intelligence, Natural-Language ’Bot in an Immersive Virtual World: A Scenario
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2013. 20 pages.
People go to virtual immersive spaces online to socialize through their human-embodied avatars. Through the “passing stranger” phenomenon, many make fast relationships and share...
Constructing Self-Discovery Learning Spaces Online: Scaffolding and Decision Making Technologies
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2012. 308 pages.
As an increasing amount of information is made available online, the assumption is that people who visit Web sites will be able to strategize their learning to optimize access to...
Thin Screen: The Creation of Depth Perception in Desktop Virtual Reality in Alignment with Human Visual Perception
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2012. 19 pages.
Human depth perception involves complex visual and brain functions. Depth perception in desktop virtual reality has become more important given the uses of such spaces for...
Designing Asynchronous Message Board Assignments for Deep Learning Discourse: A Longitudinal Heuristic Case
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2012. 22 pages.
Asynchronous message boards provide a critical space for university students to learn collaboration, support each other, and develop critical thinking skills in freshman and...
Adding Self-Discovery Learning to Live Online Conferences: Using Digital Poster Sessions in Higher Education
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2012. 17 pages.
In recent years, pre-recorded digital poster sessions have become more widely used as parts of real-time face-to-face conferences and as complements to online conferences and...
Taking Public Health Learning Global through Branding and Identity Management
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2012. 22 pages.
“Pathways to Public Health” involves undergraduate and graduate degrees offered fully online through Kansas State University (K-State) to both meet the needs of traditional-age...
An Instructional Design “Use Case”: Instructional Technologies for Developer Stakeholders
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2012. 16 pages.
The work of an instructional designer is highly dependent on an instructional technology substrate, at every phase of the instructional design work: research, planning...
“The Proffer”: Using Scenarios for Instructional Technology Planning
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2012. 16 pages.
Most tools for instructional technology research, design, and development are specific and short-term. They are non-fictional (real) or based fully in facts and realities. One...
Globalizing and Localizing: Creating an Introductory Public Health Course and Online Learning Environment (A Case Study)
Shalin Hai-Jew, Beth A. Montelone, Lisa C. Freeman. © 2012. 21 pages.
Public health is a demanding field that draws from a number of disciplines: medicine, veterinary medicine, nutrition, nursing, law enforcement, research, policy-making...
Who are Self-Discovery Learners…Online?: A Literature Review
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2012. 11 pages.
Self-discovery learning may be understood in multiple ways—as a state of expertise and learning maturity; as an attitude and approach to self-directed learning; as a perceptive...
Applied Informal Problem-Solving through Self-Discovery Online: An Approach
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2012. 17 pages.
People often refer to the World Wide Web (WWW) and the Internet to conduct ad hoc and informal problem-solving. Their success in their endeavors has depended on a wide range of...
Addressing the “Commitment Problem”: Driving Long-Term Persistent Focus in Self-Discovery Learning (A Thought Experiment)
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2012. 21 pages.
Self-discovery learning, theoretically, can apply to the extreme ends of human endeavor—the acquisition and maintenance of in-depth expertise over long periods of time. Long-term...
The Better Part of Valor: Meeting Current Human Needs Online without Compromising Future Selves
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2012. 15 pages.
The pervasiveness of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) in the modern world makes it near impossible to conduct the living of daily life without these...
Human Rights, the Global War on Transnational Terror, and the Mixed Roles of ICT: A Meta-Analysis
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2012. 35 pages.
An international human rights regime is a major motivator of nation-states and peoples in the global war on transnational terror. It sets normative understandings for how...
High-Touch Interactivity around Digital Learning Contents and Virtual Experiences: An Initial Exploration Built on Real-World Cases
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2012. 21 pages.
In high-demand learning, such as in higher education, high-touch interactivity between the subject matter experts and learners is critical as is the mutual creative frictions...
Virtual Immersive and 3D Learning Spaces: Emerging Technologies and Trends
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2011. 412 pages.
Immersive learning has grown in popularity with the development of open-source immersive 3D learning spaces. Those in e-learning have been working to find ways to capitalize on...
Structuring and Facilitating Online Learning through Learning / Course Management Systems
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2011. 18 pages.
Online learning—whether it is human-facilitated or automated, hybrid / blended, asynchronopus or synchronous or mixed--often relies on learning / course management systems...
Design Tools and Processes for Building E-Learning
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2011. 20 pages.
To harness information communications technologies (ICT) for adult e-learning, instructional designers and developers use a range of design tools to capture, analyze, document...
Self-Assessments in Contemporary Adult E-Learning
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2011. 21 pages.
With the ever higher costs of human-led instruction, much of adult electronic learning (e-learning) has become automated, independent, dispersed to open-source locales, and open...
Virtual Collaboration
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2011. 20 pages.
A key construct in e-learning involves virtual collaborations through computer-mediated communications tools. These collaborations may be synchronous (real-time) and asynchronous...
Staying Legal and Ethical in Global E-Learning Course and Training Developments: An Exploration
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2011. 13 pages.
In global e-learning, a mix of laws, policies, and professional practices informs the work environment. While legal issues may be addressed at the institutional level through the...
Capitalizing on Immersive Persistence as an Emergent Design Concept (A Position Paper)
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2011. 13 pages.
In their evolution, virtual worlds have become more persistent. Their three-dimensional (3D) objects are more easily ported and interoperable between 3D repositories and may...
Mitigating Negative Learning in Immersive Spaces and Simulations
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2011. 23 pages.
The growing popularization of immersive virtual spaces and simulations has enhanced the ability to “model” various environments, scenarios, decision-making contexts, and...
Building Global Citizens: Empathy, the Limits of Human Nature, and First Steps towards Social Equality through E-Learning Assignments
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2011. 27 pages.
With the popularization of global e-learning, built on unprecedented information technology (IT) connectivity and content distribution via the WWW and Internet, instructors have...
The Criticality of an ICT Ethics Backbone for Transformation and Social Equality in E-Learning
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2011. 22 pages.
The ethics backbone for information and communications technologies (ICT) guides the evolution of the socio-technical spaces and technologies on the WWW and Internet. This...
Information and Visualization Imagery
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2011. 27 pages.
Information and visualization imagery conveys data for more effective learning and comprehension, memory retention; analytic tractability; decision-making and information...
Building Interactive and Immersive Imagery
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2011. 30 pages.
The influence of immersive gaming and simulations on e-learning cannot be understated. While there has been some successful harnessing of interactivity and immersive spaces for...
Mitigating Negative Learning in Immersive Spaces and Simulations
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2011. 27 pages.
The growing popularization of immersive virtual spaces and simulations has enhanced the ability to “model” various environments, scenarios, decision-making contexts, and...
Capitalizing on Immersive Persistence as an Emergent Design Concept (A Position Paper)
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2011. 13 pages.
In their evolution, virtual worlds have become more persistent. Their three-dimensional (3D) objects are more easily ported and interoperable between 3D repositories and may...
The Social Design of 3D Interactive Spaces for Security in Higher Education: A Preliminary View
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2011. 25 pages.
Immersive spaces offer a unique set of security challenges related to human, data, learning facilitation, and virtual environment risks. Security risks may originate from people...
Full-Surround “Instructional Design” Support for Quality E-Learning: A Conceptual Case Study out of Kansas State University
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2011. 18 pages.
Supporting quality e-learning in an institution of higher education is a non-trivial task. This challenge stems from the complexity of online learning with a mesh of laws (such...
Structuring a Local Virtual Work Ecology for a Collaborative, Multi-Institutional Higher Educational Project
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2011. 29 pages.
This chapter focuses on a multi-institutional shared curricular-build project (2009) out of Kansas State University, Johnson County Community College, Kansas City Kansas...
Developing a University-Wide Instructional Design Blog for Information Sharing and Professional Development
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2011. 16 pages.
As an interactive communications tool, work-related blogs can offer professionals a way to reflect on their practices and connect with other professionals around the world who...
Digital Imagery and Informational Graphics in E-Learning: Maximizing Visual Technologies
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2010. 348 pages.
E-learning has evolved with numerous IT-enabled affordances, including many that involve digital imagery and informational graphics. Not only are traditional images like...
The Making of the University Life Café: Harnessing Interactive Technologies and Virtual Community for an Anti- Suicide Website for College Students
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2010. 23 pages.
The building of an interactive, user-driven website for college students to promote mental health and wellness (and to combat suicide) has revealed important strategies in the...
Maximizing Collaborative Learning and Work in Digital Libraries and Repositories: A Conceptual Meta-Case
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2010. 24 pages.
Digital libraries and repositories aren’t often thought of as virtual learning environments. However, in function and designs, they are. A wide range of digital artifacts are...
Dual-Design Strategies for Modularizing E-Learning for Academic and Commercial Uses
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2010. 16 pages.
This chapter addresses applied strategies for modularizing e-learning along both an academic university track and a commercial one. Academic qualifications and professional...
Pedagogical Theories and Research: Re
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2010. 14 pages.
Some pedagogical theories and research have direct application to the use of digital imagery in electronic learning (e-learning). Applied perceptional research forms a...
Visual Literacy in E-Learning Instructional Design
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2010. 20 pages.
Visual literacy refers to a deeper knowledge of what images convey, where the visual data comes from, how it is captured, how it may be manipulated, and how it may be deployed...
The Applied Roles of Graphics in E-Learning
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2010. 32 pages.
In today’s modern and networked generation, sophisticated graphics are expected for learning. These digital graphics fulfill a number of learning purposes: to direct attention...
Types of Graphics in E-Learning
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2010. 22 pages.
Digital graphics commonly used in e-learning come in various image types and dimensions, each of which enables different types of information communications. The concept of...
Information and Visualization Imagery
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2010. 29 pages.
Information and visualization imagery conveys data for more effective learning and comprehension, memory retention; analytic tractability; decision-making and information...
Capturing and Authoring Tools for Graphics in E-Learning
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2010. 24 pages.
A wide range of capturing and authoring tools for the raw image capture, creation and deployment of digital imagery for e-learning exists. Image information may be captured using...
Procedures for Creating Quality Imagery for E-Learning
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2010. 27 pages.
What features describe a quality digital image for e-learning? From concept to actualization, what steps will likely lead to more effective results? This chapter examines the...
Building Interactive and Immersive Imagery
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2010. 32 pages.
The influence of immersive gaming and simulations on e-learning cannot be understated. While there has been some successful harnessing of interactivity and immersive spaces for...
Collaborative Image Creation
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2010. 20 pages.
With multi-institution multi-state collaborative funding grants and consortium-based e-learning endeavors, the occurrence of collaborative image creation has become much more...
Effectively Integrating Graphics into E-Learning
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2010. 19 pages.
Pedagogical theories and practices inform the effective integration of digital graphics in e-learning. This chapter examines how digital images may enhance e-learning at critical...
The Storage and Access of E-Learning Visuals
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2010. 27 pages.
Rich image repositories and digital libraries exist for the collection, labeling, archival and delivery of digital graphics. Understanding the ingestion of such images into...
Designing Informational Graphics for a Global Multi-Cultural Context
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2010. 21 pages.
With many e-learning courses, modules, and artifacts being created for global delivery, those who design informational graphics need to be aware of the global environment for...
Applied Ethics for Digital Imagery
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2010. 24 pages.
Graphical images have much power to evoke and represent realities, convey experiences, and share information. They may be used to share history. They may be used to discover...
Future Digital Imagery
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2010. 12 pages.
The use of digital imagery in e-learning will likely become more widespread and pedagogically sophisticated, both in the near-term and far-term. The technologies for image...
ELATEwiki: Evolving an E-Learning Faculty Wiki
Roger W. McHaney, Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2010. 23 pages.
A small team at Kansas State University worked to plan, create and launch an e-learning wiki to support faculty in their work. The advantages of the wiki technology—with its...
An Elusive Formula: The IT Role in Behavior Change in Public Health
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2010. 27 pages.
One approach to understanding transformative learning is to see it as a strong shift in basic understandings that changes how an individual and people interact with each other...
Structuring a Local Virtual Work Ecology for a Collaborative, Multi-Institutional Higher Educational Project: A Case Study
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2010. 29 pages.
This chapter focuses on a multi-institutional shared curricular-build project (2009) out of Kansas State University, Johnson County Community College, Kansas City Kansas...
Why
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2009. 43 pages.
This chapter examines the importance of cultural sensitivity and localization in the delivery of global e-learning. The branding, course ecology, curriculum design, instructional...
Designing Automated Learning for Effective Training and Skills Development
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2009. 20 pages.
This chapter explores automated e-learning for training in career and technical education (CTE). This addresses the foundational pedagogical theories, various applied...
Real-Time in Cyberspace: Effective, Live Synchronous E-Learning
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2009. 16 pages.
Using live, synchronous time effectively in an instructor-led e-learning course requires a clear understanding of the dynamics of real-time, live interactivity. Synchronous...
IT-Enabled Strategies for Mental Modeling in E-Learning
Shalin Hai-Jew. © 2009. 22 pages.
This chapter examines some ways information technologies (IT) are deployed in higher education courses to help learners create robust mental models. In e-learning, mental models...