2003 Proceedings Teaching Innovation
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2003 ITAA Proceedings #60

Annual Conference, Savannah, GA, USA

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

2003 Teaching Innovations

Adomaitis, Alyssa Dana (2003). Application of Retail Promotion Coursework to the Industry: Creating a Brand.

Anderson, Joan & Kotsiopulos, Antigone (2003). Data Mining: A Tool for the Enhancement of Retailers’ Decision Making and Student learning. 

Anderson, Joan & Arthur, Linda & Vandermar, Deborah (2003). Face-to-Face Distance Education in Graduate Programs.
Arthur, Linda & Barringer, Michelle (2003). One Class, Two Sections and an Ocean in Between.
Beach, Joni L.  (2003). “Just a Straight Stitch”.
Boorady, Lynn M.  (2003). Teaching Computer Aided Design through Practical Experience.
Borcherding, Phyllis A. & Schroeder, Margaret (2003). Beyond Apparel Development: The Interaction of Marketing, Product Design, and Merchandising in Developing a Product Line.
Borcherding, Phyllis & Veolker-Ferrier, Margaret (2003). Uniform Design as study Design Criteria.
Brannon, Evelyn L. & Xiao, Qianwei (2003). Apparel Design Portfolio: Teaching Graphics Software.
Burgess, Brigitte (2003). Using Critical thinking and Web sites to Solve a Simulated Retail Buying Program.
Carpenter, Jason Matthew & Fairhurst, Ann (2003). Using Industry-Generated Cases to Teach Merchandising Courses.
Cone. Diana M.  (2003). Targeting Diverse Populations through E-Tailing.
Craig, Jane S.  (2003). Incorporating Technology in Apparel Design: What to Include.
Crutsinger, Christy (2003). Determin9ing Customer Service Requirements Using Integrated Web-Based Instruction.
Dickson, Marsha A. & Lee, Seung-Hee (2003). Using internet Technology to Foster Global Education among Apparel and textile Graduate Students.
Dragoo, Sheri L.  (2003). Teaching Fashion Show Production to Increase Practical Experience.
Elsasser, Ginny Hencken (2003). Designing for People with Special Needs.
Haar, Sherry J. & Nguyen, Kieu (2003). Mentoring Undergraduate Developing Scholars.
Harp, Shelley & Horridge & Ethridge, M. Dean & Reckner, James R. & Whiteley, Nishi (2003). Positioning the Instrumental Process as a Core Element in Funded Projects.
Harp, Shelley S. & Payne, Katherine J. & Goh, Ben K. & Sanchez, Alfonso (2003).Service-Learning in the Merchandising Curriculum: Creating Strategic Community Alliances for Student Learning.
Hines, Jean D. & Swinker, Mary E. & Frey, Diane K. & Broughton, Kelly (2003). I Can’t Find Anything on the Internet About…!: A Need for Information Literacy.
Hunt-Hurst, Patricia (2003). Textile and Apparel Study in Ghana: A Multi-Disciplinary Study Abroad Model.
Jackson, Renne S.  (2003). Visual Merchandising Concepts in a Virtual World.
Jenkins, Martha Combs (2003). Professional Issue, Societal Trends, Ethics Paper: A Writing Exercise Integrating Critical and Higher Level Thinking.
Johnson, Kim K.P. & Lee, Seung-Lee (2003). Peer Review of Teaching Contributions.
Johnson, Rayneld R. & Krempasky, Fran M. & Lim, Adriene I. & Widawski, Susan D.  (2003). Developing a Digitized Historic Costume Collection to Enhance Learning.
Jolly, Laura D.  (2003). Developing and Evaluating a Collaborative Learning Space.
Ketler, Mary Claire (2003). A Media Presentation of Retail Dress Codes.
Kim, Jihyun & Farrell-Beck, Jane (2003). Application of Apparel Design Process in an Experimental Design Course.
King, Janice E.  (2003). Developing E-Commerce Skills.
Koch, Katheryn & Domina, Tanya (2003). Strategic Planning for Evolving CAD Labs.
LaFleur, Rosetta S. & Kallal, M.Jo.  (2003). Strategy for Exposing Students to Concepts, Perspectives and Models of E-Commerce in the Fashion Industry.
Lee, Kyuhye & Park, Jihye (2003). Experimental Technology-Based instruction: Benefits for the international Instructors.
Lee, Seuung-Eun & Bye, Elizabeth (2003). Introducing Mass Customization and the Experience Economy into the Apparel Curriculum.
MacDonald, Nora (2003). Strategies for Teaching Design Concepts in Visual Merchandising.
Marshall, Suzanne G.  (2003). Using Case Studies in Senior Fashion Courses.
McLeod, Harriet (2003). Capitalizing on Their Interest: Work that Passion!
McMurry, Monica (2003). Passing the Test: Incorporating Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligence in the Textile and Apparel Classroom.
Miller, Jessica L. & Neihm, Linda S.  (2003). Helping Independent Retailers Help Themselves: Students as Retail Promotional Consultants.
Namwamba, Grace Wasike (2003). Using an Electronic Swatch Kit to Enhance Experimental Learning in Textiles.
Park, Jihye (2003). Experience- Oriented Learning approach in Promotional and Visual Merchandising Course.
Park, Kyungae (2003). Pulling the Best of Fashion Merchandising Education Out of a Traditional Clothing and Textiles Program.
Park, Kyungae & Kim, Jung-Won & Park, Kwanghee & Ku, Yang Suk & Choo, Tae Gue (2003). Store Planning and Operation: The Real World Business Practice In Cooperation with Universities and a Retailer.
Parrillio-Chapan, Lisa (2003). Integrating Off the Shelf Software with Digital Pricing to Teach Textile Product Design.
Parrish, Erin D. & Cassil, Nancy L.  (2003). Industry, Government and University Resources to Enhance Global Textile Trade Courses.
Pate, Sharon & Torntore, Susan J. & Waters, Connor (2003). Establishing Professional Competencies for Curricular Coherence in an apparel, Merchandising and Design Program.
Perry, Charles & Cone. Diana M.  (2003). Controlling for Process Variation.
Plume, Vita (2003). Funded Studios: A Creative approach to Teaching Design Process for Students in an Industrial Setting.
Powell, Nancy B. & Cassil, Nancy L.  (2003). New Product Development: Design and Marketing Interface.
Presley, Ann Beth (2003). An International Approach to Apparel Production: integration in the Classroom.
Quevedo, Vincent Gil Vargas (2003). A Practical Approach to the Job Search Process for fashion Careers Using Product Development Skills.
Quevedo, Vincent Gil Vargas (2003). Presentation of Fashion The Merging of Drawing and Fashion Shows in the Curriculum.
Reamy, Donna W.  (2003). Creating a Delta Epsilon Chi Chapter: Benefits and Rewards.
Regni, Rosalie Jackson (2003). Creating Instruction for Product Development Simulation.
Robeck, Jacquelene (2003). Apparel Production: Best Practices for the First Level Clothing Construction Course.
Saiki, Diana (2003). Introduction of 20th-Century Fashion in Two Hours or Less.
Sampson, Paula B.  (2003). Textiles Advertising Assignment.
Sanders, Eulanda A.  (2003). Implementing a Portfolio Review Process for Selective Advancement in an apparel Design Program.
Sanders, Eulanda A.  (2003). The philosophy of Knitting: A Group Study in the Art.
Stoel, Leslie & Kwon, Wi-Suk (2003). A Real World Project: Integration of CAD, Fashion Business, and Ready-To-Wear analysis Courses.
Stoessel, Pamela B.  (2003). Color Theory and Its Commercial Application to Textile Design.
Stufflebean, Tana (2003). Creative Problem Solving Through Service-Learning.
Thomas, Sue (2003). Fashion in the Design Community: Tracking the Process and Progress.
Trout, Barbara L.  (2003). Bias Cut and Beyond an Integrative Project.
Ulasewics, Connie & Stark, Susan & Vouchilas, Gus (2003). Through a New Lens: A Combined Design Project for Apparel and Interior Design Students.
Urquhart, Carole (2003). Integrating an Arts Perspective into the Apparel, Design and Merchandising Curriculum.
Urquhart, Carole & Salusso, Carol (2003). Teaching Patternmaking Techniques as a Suite.
Wacher, Kathy & Shelton, Ruth & Reilly, Linda & Park, Kyungae & Burgess, Brigitte (2003). Teaching Delivery for Effective Learning: Synchronous versus Asynchronous.
Welker, Kelly (2003). ATM Central: An Online Web Portal for an Apparel, Textiles, and Merchandising Program.









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