2005 Proceedings Professional
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2005 ITAA Proceedings #62

Annual Conference, Alexandria, VA, USA

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

2005 Professional

(2005). Instructional, Technical and Learning Challenges of Online Courses in Merchandising, Apparel and Textiles

Boorady, L. & Hawley, J. (2005). Using Animated Graphics as a Learning Tool in Patternmaking: A Comparison of Teaching Methods

Boorady, L. (2005). Patternmaking in Cyberspace: Animation in the Design Classroom

Bruce, V. (2005). Learning and Teaching Apparel Software: What do Instructors Need?

Burgess, B. (2005). Retail Management Interns: Amounts of Exposure to Various Job-related Activities

Cao, H., Vogel, L., Gam, H., Farr, C., Nam, J., & Linder, S. (2005). Teaching Environmental Sustainability in Design and Merchandising Curriculum

Chen, R., Woodard, G., Carroll, K., & Alexander, M. (2005). Incorporating an Undergraduate Research Course in Merchandising into an Existing Curriculum

Chung, J-E., Paulins, V., Cone, S., & Xu, Y. (2005). Implementing Reading Circles as a Constructivist Teaching Strategy

Dickson, C. (2005). The academic as guest curator: Challenges and opportunities

Frey, D., Hines, J., & Swinker, M. (2005). InfoWIZARD Web-portal for Problem-based Learning

Harp, S., Payne, K., Wu, K., & Padgett, B. (2005). Connecting Curriculum Content With Project Based Service-Learning

Hillery, J. & Paulins, V. (2005). Facilitating Group Projects for a Successful Teacher and Student Experience

Infanger, J. & Cho, K. (2005). An Introduction to Regional Based Niche Fashion Design

Jeon, Y. (2005). A Case Study on Co-Op Job Training Program for Fashion Design Students

Kinley, T. (2005). Research Incentives for Students

Lafrenz, L. (2005). Reflective practice helped launch effective design teams: Team activities


Lee, Y-Y. (2005). English Course for Students Majoring in Apparel Design in Korea

McMurry, M. (2005). It's Elementary: Teaching history of costume in the multi-age elementary classroom.

Nelson, N. & Karpova, E. (2005). What will you do when you graduate? An exploration of student perceptions of career opportunities within the textile and apparel industries

Niemeyer, S. & Vigna, D. (2005). Celebration of Youth: Innovative recruitment through recognition

Öhrn, L. (2005). Teaching Time Management

Paulins, V. & Lombardy, L. (2005). Teaching Ethical Dilemma Resolution through Student-Constructed Case Studies

Pookulangara, S. (2005). Student Retention: Effects of Social, Psychological, and Environmental Needs on Students

Roberts, J. & Kozar, J. (2005). Developing a Seminar Course to Serve a Wide Audience of Students

Sampson, P. (2005). Management of Group Projects

Shen, D. (2005). New Challenges of the Apparel Marketing and Design Curriculum and Quick Response*

Simmons, K., Oh, H., & Yoon, S-Y. (2005). Collaborative Capstone Experiences

Trout, B. (2005). Frameworks A Reciprocal Tool for Course Comprehension and Evaluation

Vigna, D., Fairchild, P., & Niemeyer, S. (2005). Quilt Quest: A multi-media approach to youth curriculum

Wachter, K. & Reilly, L. (2005). Students Teaching the Professor: Integrating the Community and Classroom as Learning Tools in the 21st Century.

Xu, Y. (2005). Using Issue Reports in a Global Retail Issues Class

Zagar, R. & Cho, K. (2005). An Excursion into Becoming Fashion Design Educator



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