2009 ITAA Proceedings #66
Bellevue, WA, USA
Below is a list of scholarship presented in the Professional track. The proceedings are held at the Iowa State University Special Collections Library and are retrievable here. All rights reserved to ITAA.
Apple, L. M. and Smith, K. R. (2009). Developing a Required Study Tour Program for Apparel Curriculum.
Armstrong, C. M. and Brosdahl, D. J.C. (2009). Surveying Knowledge, Attitudes, & Interest about Sustainability Among Apparel and Textiles Undergraduates.
Batra, M. Marcketti, S. B., and Ratute, A. (2009). Multimedia in the Textiles and Clothing Classroom: Student Perceptions and Intentions To Recommend the Course.
Chandler, K. and Williamson, D. L. (2009). The Human Ecology Practicum: Explicating Program Theory.
Fiore, A., Niehm, L., Seeger, C., Hurst, J., Russell, D., Garasky, S., and Kadolph. S. (2009). Developing a Rural Renaissance Community Index: A Multi-Disciplinary Project with Research and Outreach Elements
Jennings, T. (2009). The Multitasking Porffolio.
Johnson, R. R. (2009). Model for Graduate Fashion Design Final Exhibit.
Karpova, E., Marcketti, S. B. and Barker, J. (2009). Putting the Puzzle Together: Apparel Industry Perspectives on Creativity.
Lin. S. H. (2009). Dressing immobile person: A case study and video training
McCombie, S., Blood, J. A., and Hwang, E. J. (2009). A Survey of Secondary Fashion and Sewing Courses in Relation to Standards-Based Education
Norum, P., and Ha-Brookshire, J. (2009). Teaching across the curriculum: Creating an educational website for textile and apparel students
Rhee, J. (2009). Impact of the Order of Multiple Choice Tests on Students’ Performance
Smith, K., Southward, L., (2009). Facebook: Friend or Foe?
Su, J., Sinker, M., Blood. J. (2009). Textiles and Clothing Higher Education in China: Openness and Reform as Dynamics for Development.
Traut, B. (2009). International Programming Links Design and Entrepreneurship for Students and Community.