Judi P Cook
|Resume:||Judi P Cook [PDF 111KB]|
|Cat. #||Term||Course #||Title|
|1168||W1||COM205||Computer Production in Communications|
"Integrating Search Engine Strategy into Your Reputation Management," News & Views, Volume 53, Issue 6, p. 1-3, June 2007.
"An Interview with Marc Boots-Ebenfield," ASpect, Volume 28, p. 4-5, November 2006.
“Laptop Boot Camps Prepare Faculty for Using Technology in the Classroom,” Salem State College Library, Instructional and Learning Support Services Newsletter, Vol. 4, No. 3, p. 1.
“Online Course Development Program Provides Incentive to Faculty,” Salem State College Library, Instructional and Learning Support Services Newsletter, Vol. 4, No. 3, p. 5.
"Faculty Web Sites: Keeping Them Current is Key," co-authored with Rick Branscomb, ASpect, Volume 26, March 2006.
“An Interview With Jay Catoggio, Director of Instructional Media,” ASpect, Volume 23, p. 6-7, Spring 2005.
"If You Build It, They Will Come: The Center for Teaching Innovation," ASpect, p. 1-2, Fall 2003.
“Advertising On Public Television: A Look at PBS” in Public Broadcasting and the Public Interest, edited by Michael McCauley, Lee Artz, DeeDee Halleck and Eric Peterson, M.E. Sharpe: NY (2002).
“Going Paperless,” ASpect, Volume 12, p. 3, Spring 2001.
"Consumer Culture and Television Home-shopping Programming: An Examination of the Sales Discourse," special issue of Mass Communication and Society on advertising and consumer culture (2000).
"Introduction to Learning Objects," presented at Boot Camp II (January 2006), Boot Camp III (June 2006), for the CTI (Spring 2006) and Boot Camp IV (June 2007).
"Introduction to Survey Monkey," presented at the Future is Now 4.0 conference (May 2007).
"Creating Online Courses: Faculty Perspectives from the Online Course Developers Project", presented with Carole Schultz and William Cornwell at the Future is Now 3.0 conference (May 2006).
"Letters From Boot Camp," presented with Chris Mauriello at Opening Day (September 2006).
"Towards a Paperless Classroom," presented with Rick Branscomb at Opening Day (September 2003).
“Public Broadcasting and the Public Interest.” Panel participant,National Communication Association Convention, Miami, (November 2003)."Enhancing Courses With Multimedia," presented with Rick Branscomb at Opening Day (September 2002).
“Developing a Companion CD for Electronic Delivery of Course Materials.” Poster session for GIFT (Great Ideas for Teachers) session during the AEJMC National Convention, Miami Beach, (2002).
“The Commercialization of Public Television.” Paper presented at the conference on Public Broadcasting and the Public Interest, University of Maine, (2000)