Matt Crosslin (2017). Designing Innovative Courses With Self-Determined / Heutagogical Learning Pathway Mapping. OLC Innovate 2017: Education Re-imagined – New Orleans, Louisiana (April 5, 2017)


Peggy Semingson, Dana Owens, Matt Crosslin, and Brian Brown (2017). Exploring Virtual Reality, Synchronous Learning, and Google Apps with Preservice Teachers with an Interactive Technology Workshop and Tutorial. Brief paper presentation at the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education 2017 conference – Austin, Texas (March 7, 2017)


Matt Crosslin and Justin T. Dellinger (2016). Customizable Modality Pathway Courses: Research Results and Design Implications of Empowering Learner Choice. Learning With MOOCS III: Being and Learning in a Digital Age – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (October 7, 2016)


Matt Crosslin (2016). Utilizing Innovative Customizable Pathways / Dual-Layer MOOC Course Design For True Individualized Learning. OLC Innovate 2016: Innovations in Blended and Online Learning – New Orleans, Louisiana (April 20, 2016)


Matt Crosslin and Justin T. Dellinger (2015). Customizable Modalities for Individualized Learning: Examining Patterns of Engagement in Dual-Layer MOOCs. dLRN Conference 2015: Making Sense of Higher Education – Stanford, California (October 16, 2015)


Justin T. Dellinger and Matt Crosslin (2015). The Impact of MOOCs on Traditional Online Courses. dLRN Conference 2015: Making Sense of Higher Education – Stanford, California (October 16, 2015)


Matt Crosslin, Rebecca Hogue, Maha Bali, Whitney Kilgore, Rolin Moe, and Harriet Watkins (2015). My Theory Can Whip Your Theory: The Ontological Smackdown to End All Ontological Smackdowns. dLRN Conference 2015: Making Sense of Higher Education – Stanford, California (October 17, 2015)


Justin T. Dellinger and Matt Crosslin (2015). Innovative Design Approaches in the Data, Analytics, and Learning MOOC. Learning With MOOCS II: A Practitioner’s Workshop – New York, New York (October 3, 2015)


Laurel Mayo. Loïe Fuller: Born in America, Made in France. AATF National Conference – Saguenay, Quebec. (July 11, 2015)


Carolyn P. Rose, Oliver Ferschke, Gaurav Tomar, DiYi Yang, Iris Howley, Vincent Aleven, George Siemens, Matt Crosslin, Dragan Gasevic, & Ryan Baker (2015). Challenges and Opportunities of Dual-Layer MOOCs: Reflections from an edX Deployment Study. 11th International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL 2015) – Gothenburg, Sweden (upcoming – June 7-11, 2015).


Matt Crosslin (2015). Is The MOOC Truly Dead, Just Taking A Breather, Or Still Gaining Momentum? 8th Annual Emerging Technologies for Online Learning International Symposium – Dallas, TX (April 24, 2015)


Laurel Mayo and Pete Smith (2015). Expanding Digital Fluency through Professional Learning Communities. 8th Annual Emerging Technologies for Online Learning International Symposium – Dallas, TX (April 22, 2015)


Matt Crosslin and Lin Lin (2015). Understanding Instructional Designs and Teaching Strategies of Massive Open Online Courses (research paper presentation). American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting – Chicago, Illinois (April 18, 2015)


Matt Crosslin and Justin T. Dellinger (2015). Lessons Learned While Designing and Implementing a Multiple Pathways xMOOC + cMOOC. Brief paper presentation at the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education 2015 conference – Las Vegas, Nevada (March 5, 2015)


Peggy Semingson, Matt Crosslin, and Justin T. Dellinger (2015). Microlearning as a Tool to Engage Students in Online and Blended Learning. Brief paper presentation at the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education 2015 conference – Las Vegas, Nevada (March 3, 2015)


Matt Crosslin, Justin Dellinger, and Brittany Usman (2014). Designing a Dual Layer xMOOC + cMOOC. Texas Community College Technology Forum – Plano, TX (November 7, 2014)


Spann, C. A. (May 2016). The impact of brief mindfulness and mind-wandering interventions with children. Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. Fort Worth, TX.


Spann, C. A. (May 2016). Affect, arousal, and attention: The impact of brief mindfulness and mind-wandering interventions with children. 2nd International Conference on Mindfulness. Rome, Italy.


Spann, C.A. (April 2016). Mindfulness, attention, and affective regulation during learning. Learning Analytics and Knowledge Conference 2016. Edinburgh, Scotland. (accepted)


Spann, C. A. (March 2016). Contemplative practices in higher education: The role of mindfulness in a digital age. University of South Australia. Adelaide, Australia.


Spann, C. A. (January 2016). Contemplative education: The role of mindfulness in teaching and learning in a digital age. Davidson College. Davidson, NC.


Spann, C. A. (November 2015). The scientific benefits of mindfulness. Learning Innovation and Networked Knowledge Lab. Arlington, TX.


Spann, C. A. & Park, A. (April 2015). A brief mindfulness exercise in the college classroom. The Center for Child & Family Well-Being’s 2015 Mindfulness Research Biennial Conference. Seattle, WA.


Spann, C. A., Park, A., & Veerabathina, N. (April 2015). A brief mindfulness intervention to increase undergraduate learning. Center for Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning Forum 2015. College Station, TX.


Spann, C. A. & Gagne, J. R. (March 2015). Aggression in young siblings: Associations with executive functions and maternal characteristics. The 2015 Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting. Philadelphia, PA.


Spann, C. A. & Gagne, J. R. (April 2014). Stopping Dennis the Menace: An investigation of self-control and externalizing problems in preschool-aged children. Society for Research in Human Development Biennial Meeting. Austin, TX.


Gagne, J. R., Spann, C. A., & Prater, J. C. (April 2014). A multimethod family study of temperament and behavior problems in early childhood. The Annual Convention of the Southwestern Psychological Association. San Antonio, TX.


Spann, C. A. & Gagne, J. R. (April 2014). A sibling study of executive functioning and externalizing problems in young children. The Annual Convention of the Southwestern Psychological Association. San Antonio, TX.


Gagne J. R., Spann C. A., & Prater J. C. (March 2013). A twin study of inhibitory control and behavior problems at 36 months. The Annual Convention of the Southwestern Psychological Association. Fort Worth, TX.


Spann C. A., Prater J. C., & Gagne J. R. (March 2013). The effects of parents’ neuroticism on toddlers’ temperament. Annual Celebration of Excellency at The University of Texas at Arlington.
Arlington, TX.


Leal F., Spann C., Ahsan Z., Wheeler S., & Park, H. (October 2012). Source memory is supported by unitized encoding in both material-general and material-specific manners. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA.


Spann C.A., Leal F., Ahsan Z., Moore K., & Park H. (March 2012). Where’s my car? Brain activity predicts successful memory of car-parking location. Annual Celebration of Excellency at The University of Texas at Arlington. Arlington, TX.


Park H., Leal F., Spann C., Ahsan Z., & Wheeler S. (March 2012). Neural activity supporting encoding of item-context associations. The 19th annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society. Chicago, IL.