James Alan Quinn Ph.D.
Department: Human Resource Development
Office: 435E Pawley Hall
Phone: (248) 370-3041
Summer 2013 :
Dr. Quinn is not teaching during the summer semester and will resume office hours in the fall semester.
HRD 310: Instructional Design
HRD 402: Program Evaluation
HRD 503: Instructional Design
HRD 507: Needs Assessment
HRD 603: Advanced Instructional Design
HRD 605: Program Evaluation
HRD 625: Instructional Design Theory to Practice
The use of case studies in the education of instructional designers.
Using real-world professional experiences to integrate theoretical, technical, and practical knowledge in the education of instructional designers.
PhD, 1992, The University of Iowa: Instructional Design
MIE, 1988, National University of Ireland: Industrial Engineering
MSc, 1977, National University of Ireland: Statistics and Numerical Analysis
BSc, 1976, National University of Ireland: Mathematics
Ertmer, P.A., Quinn, J.A., & Glazewski, K.D. (Eds.) (2013) (4th Edition). The ID CaseBook: case studies in instructional design. Pearson, Upper Saddle River, NJ.
Ertmer, P.A., Quinn, J.A., & Glazewski, K.D. (2013). The case learning process: Strategies and reflections. In Ertmer, P.A., Quinn, J.A., & Glazewski, K.D. (2013) (4th Edition). The ID CaseBook: case studies in instructional design (pp. 1 - 11). Pearson, Upper Saddle River, NJ.
Woolf, N. & Quinn, J. (2009). Learners’ perceptions of instructional design practice in a situated learning activity. Educational Technology Research and Development, 57(1), 25-43.
Quinn, J. & Solomon, D. (2007). Using case studies to support sales representative learning. Focus Magazine, The Society for Pharmaceutical and Biotech Trainers, 1, 72-78.
Cseh, M., Quinn, J., Porter, A., & McEneaney, J. (2005). A collaborative university-public schools project: A consultant-client model to enhance classroom collaboration integration of technology. In Rhine, S. & Bailey, M. (Eds.) Integrated technologies, innovative learning: insights from the PT3 Program. Portland, OR: International Society for Technology in Education.
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