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Dr. Jill Lane

Associate Provost & Professor of Instructional Design and Technology


Office: James M. Baker University Center UC-217
Information Technology
College of Information and Mathematical Sciences
jilllane@clayton.edu

Biography

Dr. Jill Lane has more than twenty years experience working with faculty and teaching assistants on methods to enhance teaching, learning, assessment, and evaluation. She has conducted various workshops on teaching and assessment methods at universities and at international conferences. While at Penn State, she worked with several departments on course restructuring and collaborated with more than 300 faculty members on the design, assessment and evaluation of their courses. She is currently Associate Provost, Professor of Instructional Design and Technology and SACSCOC Liaison at Clayton State University, where she oversees faculty development, assessment, and accreditation activities. Dr. Lane holds a Doctorate of Education in Instructional Systems from Penn State, a Master’s of Education in Computing in Education from Rosemont College, and a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Mathematics Education from Penn State. Her research centers on the sustainability and evaluation of teaching and learning innovations in higher education.

Education

BS, Secondary Education, Penn State University, 1987

MEd, Computing in Education, Rosemont College, 1992

DED, Instructional Systems, Penn State University, 2001

Intellectual Contributions

Jill L Lane, Cathy Coohan, Alexander Yin, Amy Freeman, Javier Gomez-Calderon, Janice Margle, Dhushy Sathianathan, Renata Engel, Final Outcomes for STEM Students Who Participated in Math Tutoring, a Toy-Based Freshman Engineering Design Course, or a Summer Bridge Program, Proceedings of the 2014 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conferenc and Exposition – June 2014

Jill L Lane, Beyond the blank stares: Finding out if your students really get it, Proceedings of the 37th Annual Conference of the International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning – 2007

Jill L Lane, Bringing your research into the classroom: Inquiry at all levels, Proceedings of the 35th Annual Conference of the International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning – 2005

Contracts, Grants, and Sponsored Research

Jill L Lane, Laker Bridge to Completion, Department of Education, Federal, 4806344, Funded –  April 2016 to Present

Jill L Lane, Dhushy Sathianathan, Javier Gomez-Calderon, Janice Margle, Amy Freeman, Toys and Mathematical Options for Retention in Engineering (Toys 'n MORE), National Science Foundation, Federal, 2400000, Funded –  July 2008 to June 2013

Presentations

Jill L Lane, Beyond the Blank Stares: Finding out if your students really get it, Assessment Workshop, Georgia Perimeter College –  February 5 2010

Meng-Feng Hsieh, Barbara Grabowski, Jill L Lane, Factors impacting sustainable course innovations: Profitability, compatibility, or others?, The 36th Annual Conference of the International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning, The International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning –  October 2006

Christine Masters, Jill L Lane, R Behr, Sarah Rzasa, How to assess or how not to assess... That is the question, 2005 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition, American Society for Engineering Education –  June 2005

Service to the University & University System of Georgia

University, Administrative Council, Committee Member –  July 2008 to Present

University System, RACEA Executive Committee, Committee Member –  Spring 2012 to Present

Service to the Profession

Officer, Other Officer, Executive Board, International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning, International –  2009 to Present

Reviewer, Grant Proposal, National Science Foundation, National –  March 2015