2002 Proceedings Teaching Innovation
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2002 ITAA Proceedings #59

Annual Conference, New York, NY, USA

Below is a list of scholarship presented in the Innovative Teaching track. The proceedings are held at the Iowa State University Special Collections and are retrievable here. All rights reserved to ITAA.


2002 INNOVATIVE TEACHING PRESENTATIONS


Bickle, M. C. (2002). TOOLS FOR ENHANCING THE MASTERY OF ONLINE INSTRUCTION: A WIN-WIN SCENARIO FOR STUDENTS, THE INSTRUCTOR, AND THE INSTITUTION 

Boorady, L. M., & Schofield, N. A. (2002). COMMUNITY OUTREACH AND RECRUITING FOR THE TEXTILE AND FASHION DEPARTMENT

Borcherding, P. (2002). DEVELOPING DESIGN CRITERIA OF A NON-APPAREL  PRODUCT TO BETTER UNDERSTAND THE DESIGN CRITERIA IN APPAREL DESIGN 

Campbell, J. R., & Parsons, J. L. (2002). TEACHING AN ADVANCED DESIGN SEMINAR USING A “TOTAL IMMERSION” APPROACH AS A MEANS TO ADDRESS VARYING SKILL LEVELS

Carpenter, J. M., & Fairhurst, A. E. (2002). PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING: BRINGING RETAILERS INTO YOUR CLASSROOM

Chen-Yu, J., & Kincade, D. (2002). DEVELOPMENT OF A WEB-BASED TEXTILE VIRTUAL LAB

Choi, J. (2002). APPAREL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT FROM DESIGN CONCEPTS TO COMPUTER APPLICATION: USING INTEGRATED APPROACH TO INSPIRE CREATIVE THINKING

Clarke, J. (2002). PROMOTION PROJECT UTILIZING THE APPLICATION OF INFORMATION AND PRINCIPLES FROM PROMOTION, PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT, ENTREPRENEURSHIP, AND MARKETING COURSEWORK

Clarke, J., & Borcherding, P. (2002). A MODEL FOR MERCHANDISING AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PORTFOLIOS 

Cone, D. (2002). CULTURAL PLURALISM AND ITS IMPORTANCE IN MERCHANDISING APPAREL

Cone, D., & Phillips, D. (2002). WHEN FASHION MEETS INTERIOR DESIGN: A LOOK AT THE 20th CENTURY

Craig, J. S. (2002). TEACHING GARMENT ASSEMBLY IN 2002: WHAT TO INCLUDE 

Crane, T., Woodard, G., & Chen, R. (2002). USING FACULTY COLLABORATION TO ACHIEVE AN INTEGRATED CURRICULUM

Crown, E. M. (2002). PROBLEM BASED LEARNING IN TEXTILE SCIENCE THROUGH FUNCTIONAL APPAREL DESIGN

Flynn, J. Z., & Pickles, A. (2002). TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM: WIRELESS LAPTOP COMPUTER OR A TRADITIONAL ENVIRONMENT

Granger, M. M., & Bailey, S. L. (2002). DEVELOPMENT OF A CAPSTONE COURSE IN FASHION ENTREPRENEURSHIP  

Hawley, J. (2002). AN ENTREPRENEURIAL APPROACH TO TEACHING E- COMMERCE APPLICATIONS

Istook, C. L., Simmons, K. P., & Parrillo Chapman, L. (2002). CUSTOMIZED PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND RAPID PROTOTYPING: A HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE USING NEW TECHNOLOGIES

Jackson, R. S. (2002). COMMUNICATING TEXTILE EVALUATION CONCEPTS USING LIMITED TESTING FACILITIES

Johnson, J. S., & Houston, C. (2002). UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH EXPERIENCES: CONNECTING FASHION MERCHANDISING STUDENTS TO FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES

Knight, D. K. (2002). PEER EVALUATION AND OUTSIDE REVIEW OF STUDENT BUSINESS PLANS 

LaBat, K., & Bye, E. (2002). AN INTEGRATED STRATEGY FOR CLOTHING DESIGN STUDIOS

Marshall, S. G. (2002). PRESS KIT DEVELOPMENT UNITES FASHION STUDENTS

Paige, R. C. (2002). INTERNATIONAL MARKETING: EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING DURING A TOURIST THEME PARK’S INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL

Pate, S. S. (2002). THE AUTHENTIC VIRTUAL BUYING EXPERIENCE: DEVELOPING FUTURE BUYERS THROUGH COLLABORATION WITH A TEEN TARGET MARKET

Parker, S. M., & Gibson, I. E. (2002). ONLINE BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT PROJECT:  A PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE

Pedersen, E. L. (2002). INTEGRATED HISTORY COURSES: HISTORY OF THE NEAR ENVIRONMENT

Rees, K., & Kean, R. (2002). OFFSHORE SOURCING PROJECT: THE MILLENNIUM VERSION

Sampson, P. B. (2002). QUALITY IN MANUFACTURING VIA MARKER SIMULATION  

Summers, T. A., Belleau, B. D., & Marquette, Y. R. (2002). IN THE CLASSROOM: BLENDING TEACHING AND RESEARCH IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Thomas, S. (2002). DESIGNING BEYOND THE BODY: BATTLING THE HEGEMONY OF THE SLIP DRESS

Trautmann, J. (2002). SYNCHRONOUS LEARNING: USING WEBCT’S CHAT FUNCTION TO ENHANCE DISCUSSION IN SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY OF DRESS COURSES

Ulasewicz, C., Stark, L. S., & Rabolt, N. (2002). FROM MARKET RESEARCH THROUGH TO FIRST SAMPLE: PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT FOR THE SEWN PRODUCTS INDUSTRY

Whittaker, S. (2002). A FASHION MINUTE: A TEACHING STRATEGY TO KEEP THE STUDENT UP-TO-DATE IN FASHION 

 

 


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