Pauline S. Muljana

Instructional Designer | PhD Candidate | Educator | Researcher

About
Pauline Salim Muljana

Pauline is a former Instructional Designer with twelve years of experience working for the eLearning Department (now called Center for the Advancement of Faculty Excellence or CAFE) at California State Polytechnic University Pomona, where she provided instructional design consultation and assistance in redesigning existing courses and developing new courses for online, hybrid, and web-assisted modes of instructions, as well as facilitating workshops and webinars on technology integration. Collaborating with SMEs and Multimedia Developers, she designed interactive learning objects to demonstrate complex concepts. Prior to that, Pauline worked in P-12 education setting that included teaching activities (e.g., language teaching) and curriculum design for about five years.

She is now pursuing a PhD in Instructional Design and Technology, at Old Dominion University, Virginia. Her research interests center on the investigations of how a data-informed analytics approach informs instructional design to foster learning behaviors and strategies associated with successful learning within higher education and professional learning settings. Her broader interest includes systems thinking and technology-mediated learning experiences.

She currently works at Lumen Learning as Director of Continuous Improvement, leading the work of integrating both data-driven improvements and community-contributed improvements into courseware, and conducting A/B testing to identify which changes are improving student learning outcomes and which are not. 

She is volunteering as a co-founder at Professional Development for Instructional Designers or PD4IDs, a group dedicated to building a community of instructional designers and providing free professional development for colleagues in the field across the industry and around the world. She is also actively serving at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) Graduate Student Assembly/GSA (as the Past President) and involved in multiple projects within AECT.



Education
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Education (in progress)
    Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA
    Instructional Design and Technology
    Expected Graduation: Summer 2022

  • Master of Arts in Education
    California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (Cal Poly Pomona), CA
    Educational Multimedia
    Project: Salim, P. (2005). Learning Indonesian basic conversation for beginners: An interactive CD-ROM. Unpublished master’s project, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.

  • Child Development Coursework
    Pasadena City College, Pasadena, CA
    12 Units of Child Development Courses

  • Bachelor of Arts in Education (Sarjana Pendidikan)
    Widya Mandala Catholic University, Surabaya, Indonesia (Universitas Katolik Widya Mandala, Surabaya, Indonesia)
    Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL)

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  1. Luo, T., Reynolds, J, & Muljana, P. S. (accepted). Elementary students learning computer programming: An investigation of their knowledge retention, motivation, and perceptions. Educational Technology Research and Development.

  2. Luo, T., Lee, L., Muljana, P. S., & Shah, S. (in press). An investigation of teachers’ perceptions and integration of Web 2.0 tools into literacy instruction. International Journal of Social Media and Interactive Learning Environments. https://doi.org/10.1504/IJSMILE.2020.10031666 

  3. Muljana, P. S., Staudt Willet, K. B., & Luo, T.  (2022).  Adjusting sails for changing winds: Exploring Reddit use for professional purposes in higher education. Journal of Computing in Higher Education. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12528-022-09317-2. [Read-only PDF]

  4. Ji, W., Muljana P. S., & Romero-Hall, E. (2022). The three-tier design process: Streamlined guidelines for designing and developing a course in a Learning Management System to promote effective learning. College Teaching, 70(1), 3-14. https://doi.org/10.1080/87567555.2020.1865253. [Free 50 prints]

  5. Muljana, P. S., Luo, T., & Placencia, G. (2022). Conducting a formative evaluation on a course-level learning analytics approach through the lens of self-regulated learning and higher-order thinking. The Journal of Applied Instructional Design 11(1)https://edtechbooks.org/jaid_11_1/conducting_a_formati

  6. Epps, B. S., Luo, T., & Muljana, P. S. (2021). Lights, camera, activity! A systematic review of research on learner-generated videos. Journal of Information Technology Education: Research, 20, 405-427. https://doi.org/10.28945/4874

  7. Muljana, P. S. , Austion, K., Jutzi, K., Pezzell, L.B. , & Pytel, M. (2021). Free asynchronous professional development by, from, and for instructional designers: How informal learning opportunities shape our professional learning and design practices. The Journal of Applied Instructional Design, 10(3). https://dx.doi.org/10.51869/103/pmkjkagplp

  8. Dabas, C. S., Muljana, P. S., & Luo, T. (2021). Female students in quantitative courses: An exploration of their motivational sources, learning strategies, learning behaviors, and course achievement. Technology Knowledge and Learning. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10758-021-09552-z. [Read-only PDF]

  9. Muljana, P. S., Dabas, C. S., & Luo, T. (2021). Examining the relationships among self-regulated learning, homework timeliness, and course achievement: A context of female students learning quantitative topics. Journal of Research on Technology in Education. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1080/15391523.2021.1936703.  [50 free-to-read copies]  

  10. Muljana, P. S., & Luo, T. (2021). Utilizing learning analytics in course design: Voices from instructional designers in higher education. Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 33(1), 206-234. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12528-020-09262-y.  [Read-only PDF]

  11. Norman, D. I., Luo, T., & Muljana, P. S. (2020). Parents' voices: Virtual classroom bridging homeschooling to public schools. Journal of Educational Technology Development and Exchange, 13(2), 1-20. https://doi.org/10.18785/jetde.1302.01

  12. Muljana, P. S., Luo, T., Watson, S., Euefueno, W. D., Jutzi, K. N. W. (2020). Promoting instructional designers’ participation in free, asynchronous professional development: A formative evaluation. Journal of Formative Design in Learning, 4(2), 74-87. https://doi.org/10.1007/s41686-020-00044-4. [Read-only PDF]

  13. Muljana, P. S., Selco, J., Feldman, R., Gaston, T., & Choi, B. (2020). When chemical bonding is perceived simple and interesting: The design and development of a learning object. International Journal of Designs for Learning, 11(3), 148-161. https://doi.org/10.14434/ijdl.v11i3.28801

  14. Muljana, P. S., Nissenson, P. M., & Luo, T. (2020). Examining factors influencing faculty buy-in and involvement in the accreditation process: A cause analysis grounded in systems thinking. TechTrends, 64(5), 730-739. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11528-020-00526-z.  [Read-only PDF]

  15. Muljana, P. S., & Luo, T. (2019). Factors contributing to student retention in online learning and recommended strategies for the improvement: A systematic literature review. Journal of Information Technology Education: Research, 18, 19-57. https://doi.org/10.28945/4182

  16. Muljana, P. S., & Placencia, G. (2018). Learning analytics: Translating data into “just-in-time” interventions. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Innovative Pedagogy, 1(1), 50–69. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.humboldt.edu/sotl_ip/vol1/iss1/6/


REFEREED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

  1. Lee, G. L., Luo, T., Shah, S., & Muljana, P. S. (2020). Teachers’ perceptions, proficiency, and integration of Web 2.0 tools in literacy instruction in the United State of America. In Proceedings of the 14th International Technology, Education and Development Conference (p. 2343). https://doi.org/10.21125/inted.2020.0713

  2. Placencia, G. & Muljana, P. S. (2019). The effects of online course design on student course satisfaction. In Proceedings of the 2019 American Society for Engineering Education Pacific Southwest Section Meeting. https://peer.asee.org/31845


BOOK CHAPTER

Muljana, P. S., Placencia, G., & Luo, T. (2021). Applying a learning-analytics approach to improve course achievement: Using data stored in Learning Management Systems. In P. Maki & P. G. Shea (Eds.), Transforming digital learning and assessment: A guide to available and emerging practices to building institutional consensus (pp. 143–179). Stylus Publishing, LLC. [Available for order].


COLUMN ARTICLES AND BLOG

  1. Dousay, T. A., Wetcho, S., Muljana, P. S., Arslan, O., Digges Elliot, H., Peacock, R., & Carr-Chellman, A. A. (2021). Hybrid or virtual conferencing: That is the question. TechTrends, 65(4). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11528-021-00613-9 [Read-only PDF]

  2. Muljana, P. S. (2021). Course-designing during the pandemic and post-pandemic by adopting the layers-of-necessity model. TechTrends, 65(3), 253-255. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11528-021-00611-x. [Read-only PDF]

  3. Ji, W., Muljana, P. S., & Romero-Hall, E. (2021, February 1). Designing and developing courses in Learning Management Systems: How do we enhance learners' experiences? Online Learning Research Center. https://www.olrc.us/blog/designing-and-developing-courses-in-learning-management-systems-how-do-we-enhance-learners-experiences

  4. Bal, I. A., Arslan, O., Budhrani, K., Mao, Z., Novak, K., & Muljana, P. S. (2020). The balance of roles: Graduate student perspectives during the COVID-19 pandemic. TechTrends, 64(6), 796-798. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11528-020-00534-z


SOME OF THE UNDER-REVIEW MANUSCRIPTS

  1. An evaluation of the "Making Molecules" simulation
  2. Elementary students using online math games: The impact on their math performance and attitudes
  3. Teacher self-efficacy in the teaching of writing: What is the role of a year-long professional development?

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  1. Muljana, P. S., & Selco, J. I. (2022, April). Evaluating the design and development of the "Making Molecules" simulation: Students' perceptions and recommendations. Paper presented at the 2022 American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Diego. https://doi.org/10.3102/IP.22.1881544

  2. Muljana, P. S., Staudt Willet, K. B., & Luo. (2021, November). Asking questions, seeking advice, and supporting one another: Higher education professionals on Reddit. Paper presented at Association for Educational Communications Technology International Convention, Chicago and Virtual.

  3. Epps, B., Luo, T., & Muljana, P. S. (2021, November). An examination into research on learner-generated videos: A systematic review through the lens of the activity theory. Paper presented at Association for Educational Communications Technology International Convention, Chicago and Virtual.

  4. Chartrand, G. T., Harris, T., Hickey, H. T., Jutzi, K., Muljana, P. S., Pawan, F., & Leary, H. (2021, November). Responsive engagement for instructional designers and online educators in asynchronous professional development. Panel presented at Association for Educational Communications Technology International Convention, Chicago and Virtual.

  5. Arslan, O., Digges Elliot, H., Muljana, P. S., Peacock, R., & Wetcho S. (2021, November). Standing still or moving forward? An analysis of the 2020 AECT Virtual International Convention. Panel presented at Association for Educational Communications Technology International Convention, Chicago and Virtual.

  6. Arslan, O., Digges Elliot, H., Muljana, P. S., Peacock, R., & Wetcho S. (2021, November). Hacking the convention experience: Quick tips to thrive at the hybrid/virtual convention. Association for Educational Communications Technology International Convention, Chicago and Virtual.

  7. Muljana, P. S., Dabas, C. S. (2021, April). Discouraging last-minute homework submission: A preliminary exploration of self-regulated learning among female students in quantitative-related courses. Paper presented at American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting.

  8. Dabas, C. S., & Muljana, P. S. (2021, April). Promoting the academic achievement of female students in quantitative courses: An exploration of their self-regulated learning. Paper presented at American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting.

  9. Luo, T., Reynolds, J., & Muljana, P. S. (2021, April). Examining elementary learners learning computer science and programming. Poster presented at American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting.

  10. Luo, T., Hickman, C., & Muljana, P. S. (2021, April). Examining the impact of online math games on student performance and attitudes. Poster presented at American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting.

  11. De La Rue, L., Ortega, L., Roshandel, S., Muljana, P. S., Moe, R., Capitelli, S., & Tate, D. A. (2021, April). Innovative teaching, a sampler platter: Ideas and techniques you might want more of. Panel presented at American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. [Invited panelist].

  12. Muljana, P. S., Luo, T., Watson, S., Euefueno, W., & Jutzi, K. (2020, November). A formative evaluation to improve CoP-based professional development for instructional designers. Paper presented at Association for Educational Communications Technology Virtual International Convention.

  13. Muljana, P. S., Nissenson, P. M., & Luo, T. (2020, November). A cause analysis investigating factors that influence buy-in and involvement of engineering faculty in departmental accreditation process. Poster presented at Association for Educational Communications Technology Virtual International Convention.

  14. Muljana, P. S., Selco, J., Feldman, R., Choi, B., & Gaston, T. (2020, November). Design and development of a learning object entitled "Making Molecules: Dot Structures and Ionic Compounds." Poster presented at Association for Educational Communications Technology Virtual International Convention.

  15. Ross, K., Budhrani, K., Muljana, P. S., Jones, M. K., Staudt Willet, K. B. (2020, November). Factors influencing doctoral students' perseverance in online instructional technology programs. Panel discussion presented at Association for Educational Communications Technology Virtual International Convention.

  16. Muljana, P. S., Luo, T., & Placencia, G. (2020, November). Using learning analytics approach to inform interventions for improving self-regulated learning and higher-order thinking: a pilot study. Paper presented at Association for Educational Communications Technology Virtual International Convention.

  17. Sockman, B. R., Bond, M. A., Rand, A. D., Blevins, S. J., Baker, F. W., Carr-Chellman, D. J., Carr-Chellman, A., Stefaniak, J., Tamim, S.,  Weiner, S, Muljana, P. S. Meet the authors of the 2020 TechTrends special edition on systems thinking and change. Panel presented at Association for Educational Communications Technology Virtual International Convention.

  18. Muljana, P. S., & Selco, J. I. (2020, April). How do you form molecules? Preliminary results of students’ perceived usefulness of a Making Molecules simulation [Roundtable session]. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. http://tinyurl.com/v6gaqvu (Conference canceled due to COVID-19).

  19. Lee, G. L., Luo, T., Shah, S. S., & Muljana, P. S. (2020, March). Teachers’ perceptions, proficiency, and integration of Web 2.0 tools in literacy instruction in the United States of America. Paper presented virtually at the 14th annual International Technology, Education and Development (INTED) Conference, Valencia, Spain. https://doi.org/10.21125/inted.2020.0713

  20. Muljana, P. S., Luo, T. (2019, October). Why learning analytics is still uncommon in course design practices: A confession from instructional designers in higher education. Paper presented at Association for Educational Communications Technology (AECT) International Convention, Las Vegas, NV.

  21. Jutzi, K., Muljana, P. S., & Scott, K. (2019, October). Getting the “lurkers” to be more active: Our journey in providing free professional development for instructional designers. Paper presented at Association for Educational Communications Technology International Convention, Las Vegas, NV.

  22. Muljana, P. S., Luo, T. (2019, April). Factors contributing to student retention in online learning and recommended strategies for improvement: A systematic literature review. Poster presented at American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada.

  23. Dabas, C. S., & Muljana, P. S. (2019, April). Learning analytics in web-assisted learning: Connecting self-regulation, learning behaviors, and course achievement. Poster presented at American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada.

  24. Tu, C. H., Doyle, R., McIsaac, M. S., Pan, C. C., Yeh, H., Muljana, P. S., Park, E., & Willet, K. B. S. (2018, October). Research in text mining, social network analysis, learning analytics, and adaptive learning. Paper presented at Association of Educational Communications Technology International Convention, Kansas City, MO.

  25. Muljana, P. S., Luo, T. (2018, October). Creating accessible instructional materials to improve learning for all. Paper presented at Association for Educational Communications Technology International Convention, Kansas City, MO.

  26. Placencia, G., Muljana, P. S. (2018, April). Learning analytics: Transforming data to “just-in-time” interventions. Poster presented at the 20th CSU Symposium on University Teaching, Pomona, CA.

  27. Davis, E., Gaston, T. & Muljana, P. S. (2017, July). Applying Quality Matters: From course framework to student success. Bb World 2017, New Orleans, LA.

  28. Wohlcke, A., Wallace, E., Dawn, A., & Muljana, P. S. (2017, June). Using technology to teach the global histories of our local built environment. World History Association 2017, Boston, MA.

  29. Zelaya, E. E. & Muljana, P.S. (2016, October). Building effective interactive learning objects efficiently: The process from A to E. EDUCAUSE Annual Conference 2016, Anaheim, CA.

  30. Lyon, D. C. & Muljana, P. S. (2006, July). Reinventing Blackboard backups. Canadian Blackboard Conference 2006. University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. July 2006.


PANELS/EVENTS MODERATED

  1. Hebert, W., Digges Elliott, H., Karakaya, O., Muljana, P. S., Nguyen, P., Peacock, R., Ugwu, L. O., Zhang, H. (2021, November). Balance in higher education: A case of multiple identities. Panel presented at Association for Educational Communications Technology International Convention, Chicago and Virtual.

  2. Blatt, L., Bauman, J. A., Bloxham, K., Crane, M. R., DuBoff, B. R., Muljana, P. S., Rogers-Estable, M., Willoughby, E. H. (2021, November). What does the future hold for us? Practitioners transitioning into the post-COVID era. Panel presented at Association for Educational Communications Technology International Convention, Chicago and Virtual.

  3. Martin, F., & Bolliger, D. (2021). Course design masterclass series, session 2: Unpacking online course design elements, practices, and strategies. Unpacking Online Course Design Elements, Practices, and Strategies. Association for Educational Communication and Technology: Graduate Student Assembly, Division of Design and Development, and Division of Distance Learning. https://youtu.be/gD4l-DEWF2w. [Co-moderator: Kiran Budhrani].

  4. Gronseth, S. (2021). Course design masterclass series, session 1: Designing strategically for diverse learning through Universal Design for Learning [Webinar]. Association for Educational Communication and Technology: Graduate Student Assembly, Division of Design and Development, and Division of Distance Learning. https://youtu.be/zGvufNmjU_o

  5. Schumacher, C., Ifenthaler, D., Kim, D., & Tawfik, A. (2019, October). Learning analytics: Intersections with ID, research, and practice. Panel facilitated at Association of Educational Communications Technology International Convention, Las Vegas, NV. [Co-moderator: Meina Zhu].

  6. Moore, R., Romero-Hall, E., Carr-Chellman, A, & Luo, T. (2019, October). Narrowing down your research interests and being productive. Panel facilitated at Association of Educational Communications Technology International Convention, Las Vegas, NV. [Co-moderator: Sarinporn Chaivisit].

  7. Maddrell, J., Lomellini, A., & Michela, E. (2019, October). Designing for accessibility. Panel facilitated at Association of Educational Communications Technology International Convention, Las Vegas, NV. [Co-moderator: Tugce Aldemir].

  8. Redstone, A., & Muljana, P. S. (2019, October). Universal Design for designing online learning in higher education: Synchronous learning. Birds of a feather session facilitated at Association of Educational Communications Technology International Convention, Las Vegas, NV.


SELECTED WORKSHOP & WEBINAR SESSIONS

  1. Dolowitz, A., Luchs, C., Novak, K., Muljana, P. S., Walters., K., & Yan, L. (2021, September 20). An opportunity for discussion and argumentation of critical theories in Learning, Design, and Technology. Association of Educational Communications Technology - Culture, Learning and Technology (CLT) Division: CLT Graduate Student Working Group.

  2. Clark-Stallkamp, R., Dolowitz, A., Herman, K., Luchs, C., Muljana, P. S., Novak, K. (2021, July 26). You are being watched: Data surveillance in education and work. Association of Educational Communications Technology - Culture, Learning and Technology (CLT) Division: CLT Graduate Student Working Group. https://youtu.be/Qh3qafk-ugI 

  3. Fensie, A., Clark-Stallkamp, R., Dolowitz, A., Muljana, P. S., Novak., K., Peacock, R., Shemshack, A. (2021, May 24). Bullseye: The right reference management for you. Association of Educational Communications Technology: Graduate Student Assembly Webinar.  

  4. Muljana, P. S. (2020, October). Scaffolding self-regulated learning: Strategies for parents. Webinar presented in Bahasa Indonesia and hosted by Indolingua Interpreting. https://youtu.be/K3LoSf9D1Vc?t=52 [Invited speaker].

  5. Muljana, P. S. (2020, June). Using Learning Management Systems data to help students perform better: a learning-analytics approach [90-minute concurrent session]. CREATE Conference: Educational Technology and Instructional Design, Fullerton, CA. http://ed.fullerton.edu/sfccct/events/createcon/ (Conference canceled due to COVID-19).

  6. Budhrani, K., Bal, I., Mao, Z., Muljana, P. S., Novak, K., Tiwari, S., Arslan, O. (2020, April 10). Graduate student perspectives upon COVID-19 pandemic. Association of Educational Communications Technology: Graduate Student Assembly Webinar. https://youtu.be/PrYm8sweiHo

  7. Muljana, P. S. (2019, November). Transitioning from traditional face-to-face to online teaching. Teaching Innovation Symposium, Fordham University, New York City, NY. [Invited facilitator].

  8. Muljana, P. S. (2019, November). Course design consultation. Teaching Innovation Symposium, Fordham University, New York City, NY. [Invited facilitator].

  9. Muljana, P. S., Zelaya, E. E. (2017, May). Spark your course: Turning your content into engaging stories. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA.

  10. Muljana, P. S., Zelaya, E. E. (2017, May). Spark your course: Turning your content into engaging videos. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA.

  11. Muljana, P. S., Davis, E. A. (2017, March). Bb testing: Deterring cheating. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA.

  12. Muljana, P. S., Davis, E. A. (2017, March). Make life easier: Top 7 things you didn’t know Blackboard can do. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA.

  13. Muljana, P. S., Davis, E. A. (2017, February). Make life easier: Top 7 things you didn’t know Blackboard can do. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA.

  14. Muljana, P. S., Davis, E. A. (2017, January). Bb testing: Deterring cheating. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA.

  15. Muljana, P. S., Davis, E. A. (2016, December). Blackboard mastery workshop. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA.

  16. Muljana, P. S., Gaston, T. (2015, October). Creating accessible instructional materials on Word and PPT. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA.

  17. Muljana, P. S., Davis, E. A. (2015, December). Blackboard mastery workshop. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA.


MEDIA COVERAGE

  1. Lakhanpal, S. (Host), Jutzi, K., & Muljana, P. S. (Guests). (2021, June 29). Redefine Instruction episode 3: Instructional design professional development [Podcast episode]. https://youtu.be/0DWCvnwRF24

  2. Huprich, J. (Host), & Muljana, P. S. (Guest). (2021, January 6). Transitioning from ID to PhD with Pauline Muljana (No. 3) [Audio podcast episode]. Learning Science Weekly. https://www.learningscienceweekly.com/student/activity/731494

  3. Romero-Hall, E. (2019, May 25). What is your new normal? Online learners, instructors, and scholars as digital nomads. Field Guide: A Media Commons Project. http://mediacommons.org/fieldguide/content/what-your-new-normal-online-learners-instructors-and-scholars-digital-nomads 

  4. Humboldt State Now. (2019, March 12). Inaugural volume of HSU library journal released: What if there was a way that educators could detect students at risk of failing before compounding low scores make a come-back unlikely? http://now.humboldt.edu/news/inaugural-volume-of-hsu-library-journal-released/

  5. Coronado, L. (2015, February 3). Professor’s unique approach to teaching science. The Poly Post. https://thepolypost.com/news/2015/02/03/article_938f8efe-ab3b-11e4-a9dd-97824b0143ff/

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2022 Alan Mandell Endowed Award - Instructional Design and Technology, Old Dominion University [Darden College of Education and Professional Studies at Old Dominion University annually recognizes the outstanding student from each program.] 

Nominee of the 2022 Best Paper or Best Graduate Student Paper, AERA2 SIG Instructional Technology [Co-recipient: Jodye Selco, PhD. Our proposal submitted for 2022 AERA Annual Meeting was among the top-5 highly scored proposals within SIG Instructional Technology and thus was nominated.]

2021 AECT1 Presidential Special Service Award [Co-recipients: 15 members of AECT Graduate Student Assembly]

2020 AECT Addie Kinsinger Internship Leadership Award (Earl F. Strohbehn Intern)

2020/2021 California State University Chancellor’s Doctoral Incentive Program (CDIP) Fellow

2019 Outstanding Article Award, AECT Division of Systems Thinking and Change [Co-recipient: Tian Luo, PhD]

2019 Crystal Award (1st Place), AECT Division of Distance Learning [Co-recipients: Jodye Selco, PhD, Richard Feldman, Thomas Gaston, and Bo Choi]

Graduate Travel Award (2019, September),  Old Dominion University Division of Student Engagement & Enrollment Services

2019 Outstanding Graduate Student Poster Award, AERA Division C: Learning and Instruction [Advisor: Tian Luo, PhD]

2017 Outstanding Department, Staff Council - California State Polytechnic University, Pomona [Co-recipients: eLearning staff members]

2010 Wall of COOL (Celebrating Outstanding Online Learning) Award, eLearning Department - California State Polytechnic University, Pomona [Co-recipients: Division of Student Affairs and eLearning department]


1AECT stands for Association for Educational Communications and Technology.
2AERA stands for American Educational Research Association

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