Curriculum Vitae

 

EDUCATION                                                                                                [ top ]
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Ph.D.  Indiana University, Instructional Systems Technology, December, 2009.
Dissertation title: Children Without Toys: How home technology use impacts school achievement, attitudes and behavior. This study examines the home and school technology practices of a group of students representing various social and economic backgrounds to determine how technology literacy skills developed at home translate to the school.
Dissertation director: Dr. Thomas Brush
Dissertation committee: Drs. Robert Appelman, Mary-Beth Hines and Ellen Brantlinger
Minor field: Language Education

M.S. Indiana University, Instructional Systems Technology, May 2001

Professional Licensure, Secondary Education in English (Indiana and Pennsylvania licenses held currently)

B.A., Dickinson College, English Literature and Religious Studies, May 1993

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE                                                                         [ top ]
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Video Game Society,  (planned but not taught). Developed for the Dickinson College Sociology Department, this course provides an overview of the history and societal impact of games and game play with particular emphasis on video games, immersive environments, education and the cognitive and social changes arising from video game play. Course includes game prototype development. *

Adjunct Faculty – Community Studies: The Social Documentary: Understanding, Insight and Production, Dickinson College, 2008-2010. Developed for the Dickinson College Community Studies Center to guide social-science majors in the production of research-based documentary films. *

Adjunct Faculty—Sociology: The Sociology of Education, Dickinson College, Spring 2006. Developed for the Sociology Department, this course included the history of education from the cave-dwellers to the present and rapid prototyping/design of educational games and software. *

Adjunct Faculty—First Year Seminar: The Future of Education, Dickinson College, Fall 2005. Writing-intensive course developed to introduce incoming students to collegiate education. It incorporated literature, film, essay and research to guide students in an understanding of historical trends in education and future possibilities which they expressed through the creation of web-based media. *

Adjunct Faculty—First Year Seminar: Toxic Literacies, Dickinson College, Fall 2004. Writing-intensive course to introduce incoming students to collegiate education. This course examined the ways in which literacy and media are used to maintain cultural and class-based societal stratification. *

Adjunct Faculty—Education 451: The Use of Instructional Technology, Dickinson College Spring 2004. This course for pre-service teachers provided practical experience designing and implementing educational classroom media. Projects included print, video and multimedia. *

Adjunct Faculty—R521: Instructional Design and Development I, Indiana University, Fall 2003. Part of Indiana University’s distance master’s degree program in Instructional Systems Technology, this distance education course engaged learners both synchronously and asynchronously in the analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation of media projects for real-world clients.

Associate Instructor—R341/R541: Multimedia in Instructional Technology, Indiana University, Fall 2001-Spring 2003. Combined undergraduate and graduate course on instructional media design. Students engaged in the creation of a variety of print, video and multimedia projects. *

Teaching Assistant R741/R341: Instructional Development and Instruction III, Indiana University, Spring 2003. Teaching assistant and co-instructor for the advanced media design and production course focusing extensively on multimedia project management.

Technology Literacy Teacher, dePaul School, Bloomington, IN, Fall 2000-Spring 2002. As part of an instructional consulting course I evaluated the school’s technology plan and resources and developed a technology literacy program which included facility design, network access, software licensing and curricular design. I then served as technology literacy teacher for the school. *

(* Indicates course development and delivery)

 

RESEARCH                                                                                                    [ top ]
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Information and communication technology literacy and social justice
Educational computer game design
User-centered design in multimedia development
Computer-mediated instructional design and development
Situated cognition and media development
Semantic Web information mapping

Principal Investigator, Children Without Toys: How Home Technology Access Impact In-school Achievement, Behavior and Attitudes. Doctoral Dissertation Research. This study examines the home and school technology practices of a group of students representing varying social and economic backgrounds. The study considers in detail both the type and depth of computer use in the home including familial influences as well as other non-academic influences outside the home (friends, etc.). The participants’ home technology literacy practices are presented in conjunction with data gathered from in-school observation, interviews and artifact/record analysis in an attempt to highlight the ways in which enhanced or limited literacy activities in the home affect students in school behavior, attitude and achievement in relation to in-school technology use.

Graduate Assistant, Indiana University Inquiry Learning Forum. Conducted research and presented at the Association for Educational Communication and Technology National Conferences on teacher reflection in inquiry-based classrooms This research is the result of work as a member of the team developing and studying the on-line community built as the result of this NSF funded research project.

Principal Investigator, pilot study for doctoral dissertation. Conducted qualitative research at the Bloomington, IN dePaul School for dyslexic children examining the differences in cognitive processing (through concept mapping) abilities between students who did and did not have access to home computers.

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE                                                                  [ top ]
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Web and Multimedia Specialist, Dickinson College, August 2005-August 2010. Responsible for planning and production of video, web and multimedia projects to promote the institution. In this position I also established and manage the college’s YouTube site with more than 320,000 view, and recently launched iTunes U site..

Admissions Video Producer, Dickinson College, August 2004-May 2005.

Inquiry Learning Forum, Video Production Coordinator/Producer/Researcher, Indiana University Center for Research on Learning and Technology, Fall 1999-Summer 2003.

Lab for Professional Development, Workshops Developer and Instructor (Digital Video Production and Graphic Design), Indiana University Center for Research on Learning and Technology, Fall 1999-Summer 2003.

Learning to Teach With Technology Studios, Course Developer, Indiana University Center for Research on Learning and Technology, Summer 2002-Summer 2003.

Quest Atlantis, Promotional Video Production, Indiana University Center for Research on Learning and Technology, 2003.

Video and Distance Education Consultant, University Elementary School, Bloomington, IN, Fall 2000-Spring 2001.

Computer Consultant, Indiana University Information Technology Services, Fall 1999- Fall 2000.
 

PUBLICATIONS                                                                                          [ top ]
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Marquis, J. W. (In Progress). A Comprehensive Definition of ICT Literacy for the 21st Century. This work in progress addresses the lack of a comprehensive, cross-disciplinary definition of Information and Communications Technology literacy by outlining one which incorporates current working definitions from instructional systems, literacy studies, computer science, sociology and other fields. A draft of this paper will be presented at AECT 2010 in October.

Marquis, J. W. (Under review). Children Without Toys: ICT Literacy and Classroom Practice. This work article presents the findings from the larger research study conducted for my dissertation.

Marquis, J.W. (In Progress). 21st Century ICT Literacy in Recreational Games. This work in progress examines the ways in which recreational computer games foster 21st Century literacy skills. The article provides a format for evaluating a wide variety of games using the definition outlined in "A Comprehensive Definition of ICT Literacy for the 21st Century."

Marquis, J.W. (In Progress). 21st Century ICT Literacy in the Classroom. This work in progress examines the ways in which schools support the wide array of 21st Century multi-modal literacy skills necessary for students to be successful in an information-based society.

Marquis, J. W. (2008). The End of Instructional Design. In Kidd, T. and Song H. (eds.) The Handbook for Research on Instructional Systems and Technology. Hershey, PA: Idea Group. Download *

Marquis, J. W. (2008). Computer Games as a New Arena for IST Research. In Kidd, T. and Song H. (eds.) The Handbook for Research on Instructional Systems and Technology. Hershey, PA: Idea Group. Download *

Marquis, J. W. (2008). Developing a Socially Responsible Approach to IT Research. In Kidd, T. and Song H. (eds.) The Handbook for Research on Instructional Systems and Technology. Hershey, PA: Idea Group. Download *

Bichelmeyer, B.A., Lefevbre, L., Marquis, J.M. and Roh, S-Z.(2003). The Lifetime Learning Tax Credit: Assessment of Usage Patterns Among Adult Learners Pursuing Post Secondary Education. NASFAA Journal of Student Financial Aid, 33(1) 5-21. *

Marquis, J. W.(2003). Video Production for Classroom Teachers: How do I support my students in creating their own videos? Bloomington, IN, Learning to Teach with Technology Studios (http://ltts.org).

Marquis, J. (2001, spring) Video Editing Software: A guide for classroom teachers. INTouch: Indiana Computer Educators Magazine, 8(1) 6, 18.

(* Indicated peer reviewed publication)

CONFERENCES & PRESENTATIONS                                                           [ top ]
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"A Comprehensive Definition of ICT Literacy for the 21st Century." Association for Educational Communications and Technology National Conference, Anaheim, CA, October 2010.
 
"The impact of reflection on inquiry-based teaching." Association for Educational Communication and Technology National Conference, Denver, CO, October 2000.

"Videotaping real classrooms for web delivery." Association for Educational Communication and Technology National Conference, Denver, CO, October 2000.

"Video production for classroom teachers." Indiana Computer Educator's Annual Conference, Indianapolis, IN, January 2000, 2001 and 2002.

CONSULTING EXPERIENCE                                                                   [ top ]
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Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA, 2004-2005
Planned, filmed and produced admissions videos for Dickinson College. Included project planning, interviewing, filming editing, post-production and distribution.

 

University Elementary School, Bloomington, IN, 2000-2001
Consulted with a fourth-grade teacher and class on the planning and production of a video on the history of Indiana Limestone and an associated distance learning event hosted by the students.

 

Center for Research on Learning and Technology, Bloomington, IN, 2001-2003
Various consulting projects including work on the “My Target” project outlining technology curriculum standards for the State of Indiana and grant writing consultation for technology integration projects with Indiana public schools.


The depaul School, Bloomington, IN, 2000
Completed a technology evaluation plan for the school and worked with the director to implement the plan including software and hardware acquisition, network and curricular design.

 

Grandview Elementary School, Bloomington, IN, 2000
Conducted a study and evaluation of teacher in-service technology training. The final report summarized the findings regarding the technology training offered in conjunction with the building of a new technologically advanced elementary school in Bloomington Indiana.

 

Cooke Imaging, Inc., Bloomington, IN, 1999
This consultation encompassed an evaluation of issues involved with the training department of a large privately owned pharmaceutical company located in Bloomington Indiana. Worked with a collaborative team including members of the human resources department to evaluate the employee training program. The findings were presented to the President of Cook Imaging.

MULTIMEDIA PRODUCTIONS                                                               [ top ]
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The Sciences at Dickinson College (2010). Admissions video focusing on the cutting-edge science programs available on campus.
Available online: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIYD51FZ30o

Athletics at Dickinson College (2010). Admissions video focusing on intercollegiate athletic opportunities at Dickinson and the ways in which the academic mission of the college is enhanced by student participation in athletics.
Availale online: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGsljCl8Aac

The Rector Science Complex: This Changes Everything (2008). Video dedicating the Rector Science Complex, featuring faculty and student interviews about the significance of the new facility.
Available online: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=beT8cA7UTR0

Parent to Parent: The Value of a Dickinson Education (2008). Admissions video focusing on parents of recent graduates speaking to prospective parents about what the Dickinson experience meant to them and their children.
Available online: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y3UV0CejZ78

First in America: Fulfilling Our Destiny (Admissions version 2007). Edited version of the First in America Capital Campaign video with solicitations removed.
Runtime: @ 12.5 minutes.
Available online: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2d_LM3y0bI

Dickinson College Student Life Movie Trailer (2007). Admissions video demonstrating the vibrant student life on campus.
Runtime: @ 2.5 minutes
Available online: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dqwnYR87_o

Dickinson College: Engage the World (2006). Complete re-edit of Dickinson College: Engage the World including new footage and interviews.
Runtime: @ 12.5 minutes.
Available online:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akqmdLxvLXM

Dickinson College Volunteer Training (2006). This multimedia training production includes both flash and video to give volunteers an understanding of how they can contribute to the college. Distributed on CD-ROM and via the Internet.
State of the College 2005-2006  video. Runtime: @ 22 minutes.
Available online: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jyi4EIT4MJQ

The Sciences at Dickinson College (2005). Admissions video focusing on the cutting-edge science programs available on campus. Runtime: @ 12.5 minutes.
Available online: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sG3crMQXvmw

The Arts at Dickinson College (2004). Admissions video focusing on the depth and breadth of artistic activities available on campus, both academic and extracurricular. Runtime: @ 14 minutes.
Available online: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJ3ZthEpMbo

The Story of the Stone (2001). Video chronicling the history of Indiana limestone produced with the Bloomington, Indiana University Elementary School first grade gifted class for inclusion in the Story of the Stone distance learning event produced by the students.

Bloomington Area Birth Services Home/Hospital Birthing Video (2001). Video produced for the Bloomington Area Birth Services to highlight the different birthing experiences available in home and hospital births.

Additional video productions available at:
The Inquiry Learning Forum: http://ilf.crlt.indiana.edu/ : These videos document the classroom practices of teachers using inquiry and discovery-based methods.

The Dickinson College You Tube channel: http://www.youtube.com/DsonCollege: These videos document student life and campus news events.

PRODUCTION SOFTWARE KNOWLEDGE                                              [ top ]
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Expert            
Dreamweaver
Final Cut Pro
Premiere
i-Movie
Media Cleaner
Photoshop
Squeeze
i-DVD

Advanced      
Audacity
Captivate
Director
DVD Studio Pro
HTML Coding
Motion
Sound Studio Pro

Intermediate   
Flash
Publisher                       
Illustrator
Fireworks                      
InDesign                       
Reality Factory
Game Creator

SERVICE ACTIVITIES                                                                               [ top ]
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Senior Thesis Committee Member, Dickinson College Departments of Music & Community Studies. 2009-2010. Provide technical and subject matter

Advisor, Dickinson College Media Club, 2008-2010. Faculty advisor to the Dickinson College Media Club. Provide guidance, feedback and support in the planning and execution of group events related to multimedia and film production.

Advisor, Dickinson College Democrats, 2006-2010. Faculty advisor to the Dickinson College Democrats organization. Provide guidance, feedback and support in the planning and execution of group events related to political activity on campus.

Academic Advisor, Dickinson College, 2004-2010. Provide academic and college transition advising to first and second-year students.

Academic Probation Mentor, Dickinson College 2005-2007. Provide academic and personal advising to students on academic probation as part of a structured "S.T.E.P.S." program for students at-risk of failing out of the institution.

Charity Basketball Organizer and Participant, African-American Student Association Charity Basketball Game, Dickinson College, 2003, 2004 & 2006.

Learning Community Instructor, Dickinson College, 2004-2005. Organize and support out-of-class activities for students in an academic learning community centered on issues of social class.

Monologue Judge, Dickinson College Office of Diversity Initiatives, 2004.Volunteer judge for student monologue competition regarding issues of diversity.

Consultation for video production, theatre staging of “As You Like It," Dickinson College, 2004.

Moderator and Dickinson College liaison, South Central PA Quiz Bowl. Served as the contact person between the college community and local middle-school Quiz bowl organization committee. Also moderated sessions during the event, 2005.

GRADUATE COURSEWORK                                                                       [ top ]
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Courses in Media Design and Development

R511: Instructional Technology Foundations
R521: Instructional Design and Development I
R522: Instructional Design and Development II
R541: Instructional Development and Production I
R590a: Independent Study in Instructional Systems Technology (Digital Video Production and Distribution)
R641: Instructional Development and Production II
R741: Instructional Development and Production III (Advanced Project Management)

Courses in Human/Computer Interaction and Design of HCI

L530: Computer-Mediated Language Learning
R547: Computer-Mediated Learning
R561: Evaluation and Change Management in the Instructional Development Process
R590b: Independent Study in Instructional Systems Technology (Design and Development)
R621: Needs Analysis and Assessment
R625: Designing Instructional Systems
R626: Instructional Strategies and Tactics
R667: Instructional Systems Design

Courses about technology, social issues and literacy

H520: Education and Social Issues
R695: Issues in Critical Theory
L567: Media and Popular Culture in Teaching Language Arts
L590: Independent Study in Language Education
R590c: Independent Study in Instructional Systems Technology (Dissertation research)
L630: Literacy and Social Justice
L750: Literacy in Electronic Media 
Y520: Strategies for Educational Inquiry

Courses in cognition and media design

P540: Learning and Cognition in Education
R695: In-Situ Research Methodologies
Y527: Measurement and Assessment

 



 
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