Scholarly Writings and Presentations
Dave S. Knowlton

You can check out my vita for a full list of publications and research presentations.  You will see that the areas that I publish in are quite broad.  The common theme that ties most of my publications together, however, is the idea of promoting learning through planned interventions.  Below, I include a few links to my articles that can be found online.

Presentations:

Art is . . . Process, YouTube Edition.  [A variation on a 2019 Keynote address at the monthly Artists in the Spotlight Series sponsored by The Jacoby Arts Center and Warm Soda, Alton, Illinois.]

Scholarly Writings:

Knowlton, D. S. (2016).  Design studios in Instructional Design & Technology:  What are the possibilities.  TechTrends, 60(4), 350-358.

Knowlton, D. S., Johnson, L., Thomeczek, M. A., Liu, Y. L., & Lumsden, J. (2016). Juries as innovation in an Instructional Design and Technology Program:  A saga of continuous improvement efforts. International Journal of Designs for Learning, 7(3), 1-18. 

Knowlton, D. S. & Sharp, D. C. (2015).  Students’ opinions of instructional strategies in a graduate-level creativity course. International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 9(2), article 6.

Knowlton, D. S. (2009, October). Finding our souls through a radical classroom milieu: Professor explications and students’ reactions.  Presentation at the Academy of Educational Studies’ Critical Questions in Education Conference, St. Louis, Missouri.

Knowlton, D. S. (2008, April). If it ain’t about learnin’, I dunno what we’re doin’ here!  Paper presented at the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville’s College of Arts and Sciences Spring Colloquium
 
Sharp, D. C., Weiss, R. E., & Knowlton, D. S. (2003).  Applying generative learning strategies in the Survey of International Economics course.  Social Science Research Network Electronic Library

 

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