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FREDRICKSON, SCOTT

Professor of Instructional Technology

Graduate Faculty
EDUCATION

January 1987  Texas Tech University

May 1989 Doctor of Education

Major: Instructional Technology

Dissertation: Teaching Incarcerated Students Using Microcomputer Distance Education Technology: A Case Study
February 1981 - Lubbock Independent School District Staff Development

January 1987 Over 268 clock hours of computer courses

January 1982  Texas Tech University

December 1983 Master of Education

Major: Secondary Education

Minor: Broadfield Social Studies

January 1980  Texas Tech University

December 1980 Teacher Certification course work

January 1975  University of Nebraska at Omaha

December 1976 Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice

Major: Law Enforcement

Minors: Political Science and Aerospace Science



Post-Doctoral/Professional Growth Education
Spring 2017 Various Canvas workshops

Fall 2016 Various Canvas workshops

March 2016 How Technology is Reshaping Education

February 2016 Deep-Dive into the MERLOT Learning Object Repository (LOR) Resource

February 2016 Selection and Implementation of Top Tech Tools for Online Courses

February 2016 Social Media & m-Learning: How to Build a Successful Class Plan

October 2015 21st Annual Online Learning Consortium International Conference

July 2015 Online Instructor Engagement

February 2015 Online Learning Consortium Collaboration
Online Innovation and Federal Regulations

February 2015 Association of Teacher Education Annual Conference

April 14, 2014 Innovation in Pedagogy and Technology Symposium – Lincoln Nebraska

November 2013 iBook Author Training

November 2013 Enhancing Distance Learning with Audio and Video

October 2013 Embrace Web 2.0 Tools

October 2013 PowerPointless: Building More Effective Presentations without PowerPoint

June 2013 Using Online Learning Strategically to Improve Educational Quality

March 2013 Exemplary Institutions: Addressing Faculty Workload

September 2013 Sloan C Online Management Certificate


March 2013 Sloan C Exemplary Institutions: Addressing Faculty Workload


March 2013 Nebraska Distance Learning Association Conference

February 2013 Sloan C Exemplary Intuitions: Ensuring Program Quality

November 2012 Sloan C Copyright Compliance for Online Educators Course

September 2012 Sloan C Online Administration Certificate Course

December 2011 Certified Online Instructor LERN

October 2011 Nebraska Distance Learning Association Conference

November 2010 Sloan C Conference on Online Leadership

October 2010 Nebraska Distance Learning Association Conference

August 2010 Institute for Emerging Leadership in Online Learning

October 2009 CSBUG Conference

July 2009 WeaveOnline Training

August 2008 Wimba Training

May 2008 Online Technology and Teaching Conference

April 2007 Multimedia and Student Learning Conference

May 2007 Faculty Summer Institute

December 2006 Master Online Teacher Certificate, University of Illinois

August 2004 20th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning

October 2004 Nebraska Distance Education Symposium

January 2004 E-Portfolio Symposium

January 2004 Camtasia Workshop

Oct 2003 Nebraska Satellite Workshop

July 2003 Distance Education Teaching Strategies workshop

April 2003 E-learning Symposium

October 2002 Applying the Seven Principles of Good Practice to Online Education

October 2002 Using Technology to Transform Teaching and Learning

October 2001 Developing Multimedia Workshop

June 2001 Nebraska Distance Learning Association Conference

May 2001 Nebraska Teacher Improvement Council ‘s Faculty College

April 2001 E-learning Symposium

July 2000 Distance Education Teaching Strategies workshop

June 2000 Distance Education and Fiber Optic Classrooms workshop

April 2000 Twelfth Annual Nebraska Education Technology Association Conference

October 1999 McREL Conference

August 1999 15th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning

May 1999 Adult Learner Workshop

April 1999 Web-based Instruction Workshop

March 1999 Scholarly Writing Workshop

March 1999 Proposal Writing Workshop

October 1998 the Interactive On-line Course Development Workshop

April 1998 Tenth Annual Nebraska Education Technology Association Conference

December 1997 First Annual International Conference on Teacher Preparation and Technology

November 1997 the First Annual Digital Technology Conference and Seminar

April 1997 Ninth Annual Nebraska Education Technology Association Conference

April 1997 Syllabus Workshop - Designing Web-based Courses

April 1997 Syllabus Workshop - Managing Web-based Courses

February 1997 the Sixth Annual Regional Technology Fair

February 1997 Adult and Continuing Education Association of Nebraska Conference

October 1996 NETCHE Authorware Workshop

April 1996 Eighth Annual Nebraska Education Technology Association Conference

March 1996 Seminar on Integrating Technology into the Curriculum

December 1995 and moderated A College Guide to Distance Education

November 1995 Annual Conference of Nebraska Consortium for Improvement of Teacher Education

October 1995 NETCHE Multimedia Workshop

September 1995 Second Distance Education Conference

April 1995 Seventh Annual Nebraska Education Technology Association Conference

October 1994 First Nebraska Distance Education Conference

October 1994 the Third Annual Nebraska Secondary School Computer Studies Forum

September 1994 Professionally and Scholarly Writing Seminar

June 1994 NCATE State Examiners' Training

May 1994 Governor's Conference on Information Technology

April 1994 Sixth Annual Nebraska Education Technology Association Conference

March 1994 Technology in Education Conference

December 1993 Restructuring Schools Conference

December 1993 Strategic Planning for Technology Workshop

October 1993 the 2nd Annual Nebraska Secondary School Computer Studies Forum

April 1993 Sixth Annual Building Partnerships for Community Development Conference

April 1993 Fifth Annual Nebraska Education Technology Association Conference

January 1993 University of Nebraska at Kearney Grant Writing Workshop

November 1992 Academic Computing Conference

March 1992 IBM Grant School Symposium

March 1992 Twelfth Annual Microcomputers in Education Conference

November 1991 Telecon XI conference on distance education

September 1990 - IBM Educational Systems -- College Grants Network

October 1990 Implementation Class

October 1990 IBM Educational Systems -- Introduction to LinkWay Class

October 1990 IBM Educational Systems -- College Grants Courseware Class


CAREER EXPERIENCE
August 1992 - UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA AT KEARNEY

Present Kearney, Nebraska



Professor of Instructional Technology (Tenured)

Primary responsibilities in this position are: 1) teach graduate-level instructional technology courses, via distance education technologies; 2) advise graduate students in Instructional Technology program; 3) member on a variety of university and state-wide committees in educational and instructional technology, telecommunication, and distance education; and, 4) coordinator of distance education. Originally, additional job description included 1) director of the College of Education's Instructional Technology Laboratory; 2) manage the computer-based testing facility; 3) assist faculty with implementing technology into their curriculum areas; 4) advise and assist Dean on instructional technology matters, to include budget preparation, inventories, and planning; 5) teach a variety of instructional technology workshops for faculty; 6) coordinator of online programs


July 1999- CourseLinks Editor

October 2000 CourseWise Publishing Inc.

Edit CourseLinks site on Instructional Technology. Contribute bi-weekly articles in the discipline, supervise/coordinate guest columnists, evaluate web-based sites in conjunction with textbook, and is a member of the editorial board.
August 1989 - UNIVERSITY OF ALASKA SOUTHEAST

July 1992 Sitka, Alaska



Assistant Professor of Education and Computer Information Systems Departments

Primary responsibilities in this position were: 1) CIS Department Head -- evaluated/purchased hardware and software; evaluated and recommended hiring of adjunct personnel, submitted data for budgetary process, and coordinated efforts between the CIS and Office Administration faculties; 2) Program Coordinator, Education -- taught various general education courses, advisor for MSED programs and credential endorsement program, and generally handled all education faculty tasks for the campus -- including directing field experiences for student teachers; 3) Educational Technology -- taught a variety of educational technology courses and graduate student advising; 4) Computer Information Systems -- taught a wide variety of application courses and introduction to computer courses, in addition to campus department head; 5) System Operator for Novell NetWare laboratory; 6) Instructional Design and Distance Education -- designed and implemented a variety of computer courses for delivery to "out-reach" areas around the state via on-site and distance delivery methods; 6) Staff Development and Curriculum Integration -- taught and worked with faculty to increase and improve computer use across the curriculum.

As the CIS department head, I was responsible for developing a computer lab modification plan to improve computer lab services for students, conducted needs assessment for hardware for administrative and instructional uses, wrote funded grants, and coordinated the purchase and installation of all hardware and software updates. I implemented and was the system operator for a Novell NetWare lab.
As the sole Education faculty on the campus, I developed and implemented the sequence of courses for the Master of Educational Technology, Early Childhood Education, and Secondary Education degrees.
A sampling of my other duties follows: Chairman of Academic Curriculum Committee; worked with state and local education associations to improve educational opportunities for public school students; initiated contacts with various aspects of local community to assist in improving community/university relations; created an Academic Computing Council to monitor progress and to rectify problems of the computer lab; conducted research on state-operated Native boarding school to ascertain effectiveness of instructional program; and instructed faculty in effective and proper methods to integrate computers across the curriculum.
February 1990 - ALASKA STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

August 1993 Sitka, Alaska



Research Consultant

Conducted a variety of research projects. Several were in conjunction with the Carnegie Council on Adolescent Development, while others involved collecting and analyzing data for three projects investigating post-graduation activity for graduates of various Alaskan school districts.


February 1981  LUBBOCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT

August 1989 Lubbock, Texas



Computer Technologist/Teacher

Taught programming, spreadsheets, data base management systems, word processing, computer math; world, American, and Texas history, world geography, government; implemented and was system operator for Novell NetWare network and three other networked labs; directed CBI instruction in English, various levels and types of science, mathematics, and social studies programs, in addition maintaining and organizing the CBI lab.

January 1984  LUBBOCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT

March 1988 Lubbock, Texas



Inservice Computer Teacher

Taught computer use and skills to LISD Faculty


Summer 1986 TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY

Lubbock, Texas



Adjunct Faculty -- Computer Science

January 1977  UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA AT OMAHA

September 1977 Omaha, Nebraska

Graduate Teaching/Research Assistant


TEXAS TEACHING FIELDS


Computer Information Systems (June 1989)

Information Processing Technology II (January 1989)

Computer Literacy (March 1985)

Government (December 1980)

Political Science (December 1980)

Broadfield Social Studies (December 1980)

Life expiration dates on all



PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS
Papers and Presentations:
Vu. P. & Fredrickson, S. OER-Based Learning Materials for Graduate Courses: Preliminary Evaluation of Four Year’s Implementation. Paper presented at the Innovation in Pedagogy and Technology Symposium - Lincoln, NE. (2017, May.)
Hoehner, P., Fredrickson, S., Matyo–Cepero, J. A., & Meyer, R. C Identification Procedures and Program Options Available for Nebraska Gifted Junior High/Middle School Students: 1990-2016. Paper presented at Learners Doers, Creators, and Makers: Nebraska Association of Gifted Conference, Omaha NE. (2017, February.)
Hoehner, P., Fredrickson, S., Matyo–Cepero, J. A., & Meyer, R. C. Identification Procedures and Program Options Available for Nebraska Gifted Junior High/Middle School Students: 1990-2016. Paper presented at International Academic Research Conference. Scottsdale, AZ. (2016, October.)
Fredrickson, S. & Vu, P. Adaptive Learning: Are We There Yet? Paper presented at the Innovation in Pedagogy and Technology Symposium - Lincoln, NE. (2016, May.)

Fredrickson, S. Using an Online Virtual Assistant to Offer 24/7 Support to Online Learners. Paper presented at 21st Annual Online Learning Consortium International Conference. Orlando, FL. olc.onlinelearningconsortium.org/conference/2015/aln/using-virtual-assistant-offer-247-support-online-learners-online-course (2015, October)

Fredrickson, S. Online Innovation and Federal Regulations. Invited paper presented at the Online Learning Consortium Collaboration. Kansas City, MO. (2015, February).
Fredrickson, S., Hoehner, P., Ziebarth-Bovill, J. Game based learning and pre-service teachers. Paper presented at The Association of Teacher Education Annual Conference. Phoenix, AZ.

(2015, February).



Vu, P.,& Fredrickson, S. A description and analysis of the transformation of an online learning course from 1.0 to 2.0 version. Paper presented at the Innovation in Pedagogy and Technology Symposium - Lincoln, NE. (2014, April).
Fredrickson, S. Copyright: What online faculty need to know. Juried paper presented at the 4th Online Teaching Conference, Breckenridge, CO. (2012, May.)
Is your text an asset or a liability? Online design elements for improved legibility. Juried presentation. 2011 Nebraska Distance Learning Association, (2011 October.).
Online program development: “Just text” doesn’t hack it folks. Juried paper presented at the 2nd Annual Western Online Education Conference, Estes Park, CO. (2011 May.)
Using video conferencing in your online class. Juried paper presented at the 2nd Annual Western Online Education Conference, Estes Park, CO. (2011 May.)
Using video conferencing in your online class. Juried paper presented at the 2nd Annual Western Online Education Conference, Estes Park, CO. (2011, May)
Copyright, fair use, and online teaching. Juried presentation. 2010 Nebraska Distance Learning Association, (2010, October .)
Increasing student interaction. Juried Discussion Roundtable. 2010 Texas Computer Education Association Conference, Austin, TX. (2010, Feb.)
Interacting with Online Student: How to Increase Student Participation. Juried paper presented at the 2008 the Online Technology and Teaching Conference, Breckenridge, CO. (2008, May)
Using multimedia with your online student: The hows and whys. . Juried paper presented at the 2007 Multimedia and Student Learning Conference, Denver, CO. (2007, April.)
Can You Hear Me Now? Increasing Student Participation in Web-Based Classes by Increasing Professorial Interactions: A Presentation of Research. Juried paper presented at the 2005 ACEAN Conference, Grand Island, NE. (2005, February.)

Techniques and Tips for Online Educators. Juried paper presented at the Nebraska Distance Learning Association, Grand Island, NE (2001, June.)




Web Course Development Programs: A Hands on Approach. Juried presentation at the Nebraska Distance Learning Association, Grand Island, NE (2001, June.)



Online Education and the Professorate: Critical Components of an Online Class. Juried paper at the Nebraska Teacher Improvement Council ‘s Faculty College, Kearney, NE (2001, May.)
Web-based Instructional Programs: An Overview. Requested paper presented at Nebraska Web/LAN Managers Conference, Ogallala, NE (2000, May.)
Web-based Instruction. Juried paper presented at the 15th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching & Learning, Madison, WI (1999, August.)
Investigating Web-Based Instruction Programs: Comprehensive Examination of the Field. Juried paper presented at the 1999 ACEAN Conference, Grand Island, NE. (1999, February.)
Developing Web-Based Instruction: A Hands-on Project. Juried presentation conducted at the 1999 ACEAN Conference, Grand Island, NE. (1999, February.)
Faculty Development: P-12 and Higher Education: Similarities and Differences. Juried presentation conducted at the Tenth Annual Nebraska Education Technology Association Conference, Omaha, NE. (1998, April.)
Instructional Technology in Higher Education. Juried presentation conducted at the Tenth Annual Nebraska Education Technology Association Conference, Omaha, NE. (1998, April.)
Teaching with Technology: Preparing Preservice Teachers for the Next Millennium. Juried paper presented at the First Annual International Conference on Teacher Preparation and Technology. Denver, Co. (1997, Decemeber.).
Disservice to K-12 Students: Why Colleges of Education are Improperly Preparing Preservice Teachers to Teach in Technology Rich Schools. Juried paper presented at the First Annual International Conference on Teacher Preparation and Technology. Denver, Co. (1997, December.)
Exploring Netscape and the Internet: How to Integrate Technology into your Classes. Paper presented at the Faculty Convection for the Catholic Diocese of Grand Island, Grand Island, NE. (October 6, 1997)
Using Multimedia in the College Classroom. Juried presentation conducted for the Nebraska Teacher Improvement Council ‘s Faculty College 1997, Kearney, NE. (1997, May.)
What Multimedia and Hypertext can do for your Students. Juried paper presented at the North Platte Reading Council Conference, North Platte, NE. (1997, April.)
From the Valley to the Sandhills: Distance Education and Rural Nebraska. Juried paper presented at the Adult and Continuing Education Association of Nebraska Conference, Grand Island, NE. (1997, February.)
Multimedia Development for Reading Teachers. Juried paper conducted at the 24th Annual Reading Conference of the Nebraska State Reading Council. Kearney, NE. (1997, February.)
Educating Students at a Distance Education: Opportunities and Concerns. Paper presented at 6th Annual Regional Technology Fair. Kearney, NE. (1997, February.)
Increasing Student Attention by Using Multimedia Presentations. Presentation conducted for 1997 Graduate Assistants’ Orientation. Kearney, NE. (1996, August..)
Using Multimedia in Education. Juried presentation conducted at the 23th Annual Reading Conference of the Nebraska State Reading Council. Kearney, NE. (1996, February.)
Distance Education: A Professor’s Viewpoint. Paper presented to the College of Business and Technology Faculty Development program. Kearney, NE (1996, February.)
Partnerships Among Schools, Universities, E.S.U.'s and the State Department of Education. Juried paper co-presented at the Annual Conference of Nebraska Consortium for Improvement of Teacher Education, Grand Island, NE (1995, November.)
Developing Distance Education Workshops in Higher Education. Juried paper presented at the Second Annual Nebraska Distance Education Conference, Lincoln, NE. (1995, October.)
The State of Instructional Technology in the State. Juried paper presented at the Seventh Annual Nebraska Education Technology Association Conference, Omaha, NE. (1995, April)
Telecommunications: Introductions and Classroom Methodology. Paper presented at the Second Annual NCKESC Conference, Mankato, KS (1994, October.)
Going the Distance in Central Nebraska: A Distance education Needs Assessment. Paper presented at the Second Annual NCKESC Conference, Mankato, KS. (1994, October.)
Distance Education Concepts. Juried paper presented at the Third Annual Nebraska Secondary School Computer Studies Forum, Kearney, NE. (1994, October.)
Audiographics for Distance Education: A Low-cost Alternative Technology. Juried paper presented at the Second Annual Nebraska Secondary School Computer Studies Forum, Kearney, NE. (1993, October.) (Eric Resources in Education citation number ED 345 711)
Telecommunications and Distance Education: Using E-mail to Teach in Alaska. Juried paper presented at Twelfth Annual Microcomputers in Education Conference, Tempe, AZ. (1992, March.) (Eric Resources in Education citation number ED 346 820)
Electronic Conferencing and the Rural University Student: Away with Words. Juried paper presented at Alaska Association for Computers in Education conference, Anchorage, AK. (1990, March.)
Invited Presentations
Integrating Technology into your Classes. Presentation to Chinese Students: (2013, March.)
Are you Using Copyright Fairly? What Teachers Need to Know. In-service workshop. Lubbock ISD, Lubbock, TX: (2012, August.)
Screen Design: If They Cannot See It, They Cannot Read It. In-service workshop. Lubbock ISD, Lubbock, TX: (2012, August.)

Articles


Vu, P., Fredrickson, S., & Meyer, R. (2016, March). Help at 3:00 AM! Providing 24/7 timely support to online students via a virtual assistant. Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, 19(1). Retrieved from http://www.westga.edu/~distance/ojdla/spring191/vu_fredrickson_meyer191.html


Vu, P., Fredrickson, S. Hoehner, P., Ziebarth-Bovill, J. (2016). An examination of pre-service teachers’ attitudes towards game-based learning. In D. Russel & J.J. Laffey (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Gaming Trends in P-12 Education (294-305).

Vu, P., Crow, S., & Fredrickson, S. (2014). Using games in online education: Is it a winning strategy? Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration. 17(8). Available http://www.westga.edu/~distance/ojdla/winter174/vu_crow_fredrickson174.html


Fredrickson, S. Hoehner, P. Beatty, M., & Cunning, M. (2014). Profession first regional foundations: A study of the perceptions of Applegate Award Recipients. PERSPECTIVES: A Journal of Research and Opinion about Educational Service Agencies, 20(2), 1-24.

Fredrickson, S., Vu P., & Crow, S.R. (2014) Availability and use of digital technologies in P-12 classrooms of selected countries. Issues in Trends in Educational Technology, 2(1). Available https://journals.uair.arizona.edu/index.php/itet/article/view/17933/17904




Fredrickson, S., & Hoehner, P. (2013). Eight Considerations for Online Text


Campus Technology 21st Century Campus. Retrieved from http://campustechnology.com/articles/2013/03/13/8-considerations-for-online-text.aspx?sc_lang=en
Fredrickson, S., & Hoehner, P. (2012) Are your students reading what you are displaying?. Shen Zhou, 292-3
Fredrickson, S., Nelson, K., Walden, R.J., & Hoehner, P. (2006). Twenty-first century “Catch 22”: Increasing student participation in asynchronous classes by increasing instructor interactions. Eastern Education Journal, 35(1), 75-78.
Fredrickson, S. (2002). Instructional technology preparation and preservice teachers: A model for colleges of education to improve teacher preparation programs. Research for Educational Reform, 7(2), 3-14.
Fredrickson, S, Clark. B.I., & Hoehner, P. (2001). A primer for the online instructor: Getting started. Learning and Leading with Technology, 29(7), 6-9 & 48-49 .
Fredrickson, S, Clark. B.I., & Hoehner, P. (2001). Now that the students are here, what am I going to do?: A primer for the online instructor, Part 2: . Learning and Leading with Technology, 29(7), 19-21+.
Fredrickson, S, Clark. B.I., & Hoehner, P. (2001). A primer for the online instructor: Wrapping up and reflecting. Learning and Leading with Technology, 29(9),18-21.
Fredrickson, S., & Clark, B.I. (2001). Copyright laws and fair use guidelines for education: What is acceptable?. Eastern Educational Journal, 30(1), 59-62.
Potthoff, D., Batenhorst, E., Fredrickson, S., & Tracy, G. (2001). Learning about cohorts: A master’s degree program for teachers. Action in Teacher Education, 23(2), 36-42.
Fredrickson, S. (1999) Untangling a tangled web: An overview of web-based instruction programs. T.H.E. Journal, 26, 67-77.
Fredrickson, S. (1998) Behind the curve in teacher preparation: How schools and colleges of education should be preparing their preservice teachers to teach using instructional technology. Journal of Information Technology Impact, 1(2), 7-18.
Fredrickson, S. (1997) Interactive, multimedia story books: Integrating technology into the language arts curriculum. Learning and Leading with Technology, 25, 6-10.
Fredrickson, S. (1997) Virtual reality is reality, virtually: So when is it going to school, Eastern Education Journal, 26, 15-16.
Fredrickson, S. (1994) University of Alaska Southeast/Mt. Edgecumbe High School partnership for improving performance of at-risk students. In C. Starlings (Ed.), Partnerships -- making a difference in school reform. Juneau, AK: Alaska Staff Development Network.
Fredrickson, S. (1988) Study of effects of CAI on students with behavioral problems, Educational Resources and Techniques, 27, 1719.
Fredrickson, S. (1985) Lubbock ISD's computer curriculum, DISCcovering Tomorrow Today, 4, 4-8.
Books/Monographs:
Phu, V., Fredrickson, S., Hoehner, P., & Ziebarth-Bovill, J. K. (2016). An Examination of Pre-Service Teachers' Attitudes towards Game-Based Learning.  (2016) In Russell, D. & Laffey, J. M. (Eds). Handbook of Research on Gaming Trends in P-12 Education. Hershey, PA :IGI Global.
Fredrickson, S. (2012). Breaking the ice: Starting online discussions, In Conrad, R-M, & Donalson, A (Eds) Continuing to engage the online learner. Hoboken, NJ : Jossey-Bass.
Fredrickson, S. (2001). Interactive multimedia storybooks – Integrating technology into the Language Arts curriculum, In M. Gura & R. Reissman (Eds.) Making literacy magic happen: The best of Learning and Leading with Technology. Eugene, OR.: International Society for Technology in Education Publications.
Fredrickson, S. (2000). ). Interactive multimedia storybooks – Integrating technology into the Language Arts curriculum In J.J. Hirschbuhl & D. Bishop (Eds.) Computers in education: Annual editions. Sluice Dock, CT: Dushkin
Fredrickson, S. (1999). ). Interactive multimedia storybooks – Integrating technology into the Language Arts curriculum. In J. Poole (Ed.), Computer studies: Computers in education. Guilford, CT: McGraw-Hill.
Fredrickson, S. (1995). Distance education: Technologies and teaching strategies for university faculty. Kearney, NE: UNK Press.
Fredrickson, S. (1994). Going the distance in Central Nebraska: A distance education needs assessment, Kearney, NE: UNK Press.
Fredrickson, S. (1993). Instructional technology and the pre-service teacher. In J.C. Murphy (Ed.), Teaching reflectively about contemporary issues in education (pp. 39-49). Needham Heights, MA: Ginn Press.
Fredrickson, S. (1990). Barrow High School graduate survey: A study of the 1986-1989 graduates, Juneau, AK: Alaska Staff Development Network Press, 1990. (ERIC Resources in

Education citation number ED 334 923)
Fredrickson, S. (1990). Juneau-Douglas High School graduate survey: A study of the 1986-1989 graduates, Juneau, AK: Alaska Staff Development Network Press. (ERIC Resources in Education citation number ED 334 924)
Fredrickson, S. (1990). Mt. Edgecumbe High School graduate survey: A study of the 1986-1989 graduates, Juneau, AK: Alaska Staff Development Network Press. (ERIC Resources in Education citation number ED 334 925)
Contributed to:
South East Regional Resource Center (1990). Making waves. A report from the Alaska State Department of Education. Juneau, AK.
Professional Publications:
Fredrickson, S. (2010). Six advantages of online education for faculty. Online Worldwide, 2, 3-4.
Fredrickson, S. (2000). Electronic presentations and the use of color. [249 lines]. Instructional Technology for Teachers [On-line serial]. Available: www.courselinks.com/intech/content.cfm
Fredrickson, S. (2000). An overview of electronic presentations. [104 lines]. Instructional Technology for Teachers [On-line serial]. Available: www.courselinks.com/intech/content.cfm
Fredrickson, S. (2000). Good, bad or indifferent? Evaluating courseware. [142 lines]. Instructional Technology for Teachers [On-line serial]. Available: www.courselinks.com/intech/content.cfm
Fredrickson, S. (2000). Colleges of education and the technology preparation of preservice teachers: Three models for excellence. [180 lines]. Instructional Technology for Teachers [On-line serial]. Available: www.courselinks.com/intech/content.cfm
Fredrickson, S. (2000). Colleges Of education and the technology preparation of preservice teachers: A task poorly done [180 lines]. Instructional Technology for Teachers [On-line serial]. Available: www.courselinks.com/intech/content.cfm
Fredrickson, S. (2000). Electronic privacy: You've got to be kidding! [184 lines]. Instructional Technology for Teachers [On-line serial]. Available: www.courselinks.com/intech/content.cfm
Fredrickson, S. (2000). Multimedia Story Books: Integrating technology into the language arts curriculum [211 lines]. Instructional Technology for Teachers [On-line serial]. Available: www.courselinks.com/intech/content.cfm
Fredrickson, S. (2000). Copyright laws and fair use guidelines for education: Distance education and use of images [146 lines]. Instructional Technology for Teachers [On-line serial]. Available: www.courselinks.com/intech/content.cfm
Fredrickson, S. (2000). Copyright laws and fair use guidelines for education: What is acceptable? [133 lines]. Instructional Technology for Teachers [On-line serial]. Available: www.courselinks.com/intech/content.cfm
Fredrickson, S. (1999). Filtering software: savior or satan? [191 lines]. Instructional Technology for Teachers [On-line serial]. Available: www.courselinks.com/intech/content.cfm
Fredrickson, S. (1999). Cheap and current: Staying abreast in instructional technology [113 lines]. Instructional Technology for Teachers [On-line serial]. Available: www.courselinks.com/intech/content.cfm
Fredrickson, S. (1999). Web-based instruction programs: That's a wrap [92 lines]. Instructional Technology for Teachers [On-line serial]. Available: www.courselinks.com/intech/content.cfm
Fredrickson, S. (1999). Four WBI programs evaluated: First Class, WebCT, ClassNet, and Mallard [173 lines]. Instructional Technology for Teachers [On-line serial]. Available: www.courselinks.com/intech/content.cfm
Fredrickson, S. (1999). Learning Space, CourseInfo and Web Course in a Box: Evaluations of three super WBI programs [163 lines]. Instructional Technology for Teachers [On-line serial]. Available: www.courselinks.com/intech/content.cfm
Fredrickson, S. (1999). Evaluation of three web-based instruction programs: SERF, TopClass and Convene [131 lines]. Instructional Technology for Teachers [On-line serial]. Available: www.courselinks.com/intech/content.cfm
Fredrickson, S. (1999). Adding web-based instruction to your class [164 lines]. Instructional Technology for Teachers [On-line serial]. Available: www.courselinks.com/intech/content.cfm


SELECTED GRANTS AWARDED



Electronic Portfolio Assessment for Pre-Service Teachers, 2003
Teacher Development Training in Instructional Technology, 1999
A Cross-Campus University of Nebraska Distance Education Course on Teaching via Distance Technologies, 1998
Facility Upgrading of Instructional Technology Laboratory, 1997
Productivity Enhancement for Students, Faculty and Administration through Centrally-Served, Networked Software, 1997
Productivity Enhancement for Students, Faculty and Administration at the University of Nebraska at Kearney: A Request to Microsoft Corporation, 1997
Technological Enhancements for the Learning Center, 1997
Enhancing Student Opportunities for Instructional Technology and Telecommunication Experiences at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, 1996
Banker's Grant for Improving Off-Campus Computing Resources, 1995
Distance Education Strategies for University Faculty, 1995.
Enhancing Pre-service Teachers' Desktop Publishing Skills, 1994.
Teaching Strategies to Improve Teacher Education via Instructional Technology, 1993


ORGANIZATIONS

Society for Technology and Teacher Education

Nebraska Distance Learning Association

Nebraska Educational Technology Association



Disabled American Veterans (life member)

Veteran’s of Foreign Wars (life member)

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