Carolyn Harper Knox, Ph.D.
Assistant Director of the Center for Advanced Technology in Education
Research Associate for the Center for Advanced Technology in Education
Director of the Center for Global Teaching and Learning
Project Co-Director for Project COPELLS and Project SOAR
Project Coordinator for the ESTRELLAS Project and Project DRAW
Carolyn received a doctorate in Technology and Learning in the late 1980s. Her dissertation, about Student Construction of Expert Systems, investigated student construction of expert knowledge representations as an instructional method in business education. Since then Carolyn has pursued her interests in Computer-Supported Collaboration, Using Technology to Support English Language Learners, Technology and Teaching Reading and Writing, Native American Education, Instructional Technology and Developing Nations.
List of sample recent publications:
Knox-Quinn, C. (1995). Synchronously Networked Writing Environments Anonymity, Mystery, and Improvisation: authentic classroom experiences. Computers, Writing, Rhetoric, and Literature E-journal, 1(2). http://www.cwrl.utexas.edu/currents/cwrl/v1n2/article2/aspect1.html
Knox, C. & Anderson-Inman, L. (2001). Migrant ESL: High school students succeed using networked laptops. Learning and Leading with Technology, 28(5), 18-21, 52-53. http://www.iste.org/Content/NavigationMenu/Publications/LL/LLIssues/Volume_28_2000_2001_/February6/February_2001.htm