Vita

TUTALENI I. ASINO
CURRICULUM VITA

EDUCATION


Dual-Title PhD; Learning, Design, and Technology & Comparative and International Education
The Pennsylvania State University
Co- Chairs: Dr. Simon Hooper & Dr. Ladislaus Semali

Master of Science;  Instructional Systems and Technology,
Cabrini College

Master of Arts; Corporate Communication;
Master of Science, Multimedia Technologies
Bachelor of Arts, Media Studies & Political Science
Duquesne University

 

APPOINTMENTS


Oklahoma State University

Assistant Professor, Educational Technology, School of Educational Foundations, Leadership and Aviation (2015 – Present)

Director, Emerging Technologies and Creativity Research Lab, College of Education, Health and Aviation, (2018 – Present)

Affiliated Faculty, School of International Studies (2016 – Present)

 

Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla (UPAEP)

Visiting Professor (Summer 2017)

 

Namibia Institute of Public Admin and Management (NIPAM)

Scholar in Residence (Summer 2016)

 

AWARDS


2017 – Best Round table Paper from the AECT division of Organizational Training and Performance (The Multimedia Principle: A Meta-Analysis on the Multimedia Principle in Computer-Based Training).

2016 – Phi Beta Delta Honor Society for International Scholars

2013 – National Science Foundation Early Career Award, Association for Educational Communications & Technology (AECT)

2012 – AECT Cochran Intern

2011 – Presidential Award for outstanding service to AECT

2011 – R.W. “Buddy” Burniske” Award by the International Division of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)

2011 – Ralph T. Heimer Award – For outstanding achievement by a doctoral candidate enrolled in Instructional Systems. Awarded by College of Education, Penn State University

2000 – Beard Award for Leadership and Ethics, Duquesne University

 

PUBLICATIONS – 2018


2018Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Bayeck, R. Y., Asino, T. I.  & Young, P. A. (2018). Representations of Africans in Popular Video Games in the U.S. Journal For Virtual Worlds Research11(2).

Boer, P. J., & Asino, T. I. (2018). Kopano Virtual Forum: Using Cultural Norms to Develop Online Communities of Practice Environments. TechTrends, 1-11.

Krutka, D. G., Asino, T.I. & Haselwood, S. (2018). #OklaEd and the #OklaEdWalkout: Eight Lessons on Networked Teacher Activism. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 18(2)

Dickson-Deane, C. & Asino, T.I. (2018) Don’t Forget, Instructional Design Is About Problem Solving. Educause review, available at https://er.educause.edu/blogs/2018/3/dont-forget-instructional-design-is-about-problem-solving

Cooper, M & Asino, T.I. (2018) Web-Based Training in the Rural Fire Service. Firehouse April 2018 pp. 84-87.

Asino, T. I. (2018). Technology Integration through genuine Partnership. In Abrams, S. S., Chen, J., and Downton, M. Managing Educational Technology: School Partnerships & Technology Integration. (pp. 28-31). London: Routledge.

 

PAPERS/PRESENTATIONS AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS – 2018


Asino, T.I., Alvarado-Albertorio, F., Essmiller, K., Xiu, Y., Chaivisit, S, Kim, Y., & Stansberry, S. (2018, October). ETS-The Oklahoma State University Emerging Technologies Creativity and Research Lab. Presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology Annual Conference. Kansas City, Missouri, USA.

Asino, T.I., Dousay, T.A., Weible, J. L., & Essmiller, K.  (2018, October). Networking Tips and Tricks?. Presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology Annual Conference. Kansas City, Missouri, USA.

Sarsar, F, Asino, T.I., & Brown III, W. (2018, October). When Culture Meets Peer to Peer Teaching. Presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology Annual Conference. Kansas City, Missouri, USA.

Subramony, D. P.; Bradshaw, A. C; Asino, T.I., & Young, P. (2018, October). Addressing “Culture” in Educational Technology Scholarship and Practice. Presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology Annual Conference. Kansas City, Missouri, USA.

Wilson, B. G., Asino, T.I., Lowenthal, P. R., & McDonald, J. K. (2018, October). Becoming Learning Designers: A Journey for New Professionals (with Help from Academic Programs). Presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology Annual Conference. Kansas City, Missouri, USA.

Dallinger, T. & Asino, T.I. (2018, October). Design of an Instrument Measuring P-12 Teachers’ Cognitive Load and Intent to Adopt Technology. Presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology Annual Conference. Kansas City, Missouri, USA.

Akgun, M., Tietjen, P. & Asino, T.I. (2018, October). Engaging with learners as designers in an Information, Science and Technology Course. Presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology Annual Conference. Kansas City, Missouri, USA.

Asino, T. I. (2018, July). Keynote Address: Bridging Afrikan and global perspectives about technology in education. Presented at e/Merge Africa Learning Festival Conference.

Asino, T. I., Thompson, P., & Essmiller, K. (2018, April). Nerds and Artsy-Fartsies Unite! Applying a Maker’s Lens to K–12 Computer Education. Presented at the American Educational Research Association. (AERA) Annual Conference, New York, NY, USA.

Krutka, D. G., Haselwood, S., & Asino, T.I., (2018, April). #OklaEd as an Illustrative Example of the Power and Fragility of Networked Teacher Activism. Presented at the American Educational Research Association. (AERA) Annual Conference, New York, NY, USA.

Asino, T. I. & Anagiotos, C. (2018, March). Twitter and Indigenous knowledge representation. Presented at the Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) Annual Conference, Mexico City, Mexico.

Fulgencio, J. & Asino, T.I. (2018, October). Exploring Sustainability of OER in Higher Education. Presented at the the 15th Annual Open Education Conference. Niagara Falls, New York, USA.

Asino, T. I. (2018, March). Wielding the power of social media for scientific scholarship and advocacy.  Presented at the 255th American Chemical Society National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, USA.

Dousay, T. A., Asino, T.I., Luo,T., Krutka, D. G., Greenhalgh,S., Rodesiler, L, Walster, D. (2018, March). Social Media & Teacher Professional Development. Presented at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) Annual Conference, Washington, DC, USA.

Dousay, T. A., Wolf, L.G., Green, L., & Asino, T.I., Luo,T.; Krutka, D. G.; Greenhalgh,S.; Rodesiler, L; Walster, D. (2018, March). Rise of the “Teacher Influencers”: Examining the benefits and conundrums. Presented at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) Annual Conference, Washington, DC, USA.

Pastore, R., Briskin, J., Asino, T. I. (2018, March). The Effects of the Multimedia, Modality, and Redundancy Principles in a Computer Based Environment on Adult Learners. Presented at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) Annual Conference, Washington, DC, USA.

Pulay, A., & Asino, T.I.  (2018, March).  A Pilot Study Examining Student Opinions of Classroom Furniture for Collaborative Technology Use. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Interior Design Educators Council. Boston, MA.

Pulay, A., Tripp, P., Asino, T.I., & Chandrasekera, T., (2018, March).  A Pilot Study Examining Classroom Lighting on Teacher Productivity.  Annual Conference of the Interior Design Educators Council, Boston, MA.

 

 

GRANTS


2014 – Africana Research Center Student Grant
Research Title: ““Factors That Influence Diffusion of Mobile Devices in Higher Education in Botswana and Namibia.” Awarded by the Africana Research Center, Penn State University, University Park, PA
Grant Amount Awarded: $2,000

2011 – Africana Research Center Student Grant
Research Title: “Adopting mLearning applications in education: The experience of Namibian Students and Teachers.” Awarded by the Africana Research Center, Penn State University, University Park, PA
Grant Amount Awarded: $2,000

2011 – CIED Student Research Grant
Research Title: “Adopting mLearning applications in education: The experience of Namibian Students and Teachers.” Awarded by the Comparative and International Education program, Penn State University, University Park, PA
Grant Amount Awarded: $850

2010 – CIED Student Research Grant
Research Title: “mLearning in Namibia: leveraging usage patterns to improve design, usability and user experiences” Awarded by the Comparative and International Education program, Penn State University, University Park, PA
Grant Amount Awarded: $2000

 

SERVICE


Profession

Association for Education Communications and Technology (AECT)

2018-2019: Past-President, Culture, Learning and Technology Division

2017-2018: President, Culture, Learning and Technology Division

2016-2017: President Elect & Conference Planner, Culture, Learning and Technology Division

2016-2017: Division of Culture, Learning and Technology President Elect & Conference Planner

2015-2017: Awards Committee Member

2016-Present: e/Merge Africa Conference Planner

2015-Present: eLearning Africa Conference Planner

2011-12: Graduate Student Assembly Past-President

2010-11: Graduate Student Assembly President & President-Elect, Conference Planner

2009-10: Graduate Student Assembly President-Elect & Conference Planner

Comparative International Society Conference (CIES)

2012-Present: Indigenous Knowledge and the Academy (IKA) SIG Chair

2017 Joyce Cain Award Chair

2016-17: SIG Oversight Committee Member

2012-Present: Conference Planner & Proposal Reviewer

Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Conference 2016

2016-2017: African Perspectives SIG Chair

2016-Present: Social Media SIG Member

 

Service to Journals

2017: Editor, Special Issue: FIRE: Forum for International Research in Education (In preparation)

2017: Co-Editor, Special Issue: Culture, Learning and Technology, TechTrends

2017: Co-Editor, Special Issue: Social Media and Emerging Spaces for Professional Development, TechTrends

2017-Present: Reviewer, Education and Self Development Journal

2016-Present: Reviewer, Journal of Formative Design in Learning

2014-Present: Reviewer, The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning (IRRODL)

2013-15: Positing the Future Column Editor, TechTrends

 

University

Oklahoma State University

Educational Media and Technology Student Association Advisor

Sexual Violence Prevention Committee Member

University textbook affordability Committee Member

Student Affairs Committee, College of Education, Health and Aviation Member

School of Educational Foundations, Leadership and Aviation RPT taskforce Member

School of Educational Studies Student Affairs committee, School of Educational Studies Member

EHA Scholarship

College of Education, Health and Aviation International Advisory Council Member

 

Penn State University

Comparative International Education Program Review Taskforce

President & Past President, Penn State International Education Student Association (IESA)

Graduate Symposium planning committee, College of Information Science and Technology

 

Cabrini College

College Strategic Planning Committee

College Diversity Committee

Cabrini College & Catholic Relief Services Partnership

 

Community Outreach Services

2017-Present: Application reader and reviewer, US State Department, Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders

2015-16: Co-Moderator & Coordinator, #AECTchat Twitter chat

2016: Guest Moderator, #oklaed Twitter chat

 

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS


Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT), 2009 – present

Comparative International Education Society (CIES), 2009 – present

The American Educational Research Association (AERA), 2011 – present

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