2006 AURCO Journal

Table of Contents at a Glance

Editor’s DeskTop

Arthur A. Molitierno 1-6

Refereed Papers
Tim Blake, Sandy Jones, and Stacie Sweet
Ohio University—Zanesville

Adult Learning: A Comparison Of Traditional Vs On–Line Methods
Of Delivery
9-22

Shannon M. Brogan, Camille Leadingham, and James R. McKean
Ohio University—Chillicothe

An Interdisciplinary Service Learning Approach To Facilitate A
Community Project

23-30

Kitty A. Consolo
Ohio University—Zanesville

Implementing Physical Relaxation Techniques As A Class Or
For Stress Reduction In Any Class

31–39

Kate Dailey and Jolene K. Buehrer
Bowling Green State University—Firelands

Native Americans And The Holocaust: Introducing New Literature
Courses To A Regional Campus

40–47

Susan Emens
Kent State University—Trumbull

When The Tail Wags The Dog: The Strategic Use Of Distance
Learning Technology To Provide Access To An Associate Degree

48-55

Shahrokh Ghaffari
Ohio University—Zanesville

Chemistry Or Mathematics?

56-62

A. M. Hunt
University Of Cincinnati—Clermont

Educating The Next Generation: Community, K–12 Schools, And A
Regional Campus Working Toward A Common Goal

63–68

Keith S. Lloyd, with Dena Bartko, Crystal Berns, and Desiree Hoffman
Kent State University—Starkt

Challenging Mostly White Classrooms To Actively Consider The
Impact Of Race On Their Lives

69–82

David M. Lucas
Ohio University—Southern

Folknography: The Foundation And Rationale

83–104

Sarah Mahan–Hays
Ohio University—Eastern

Reflections On Reflections

105–124

Pradeep K. Mohanty
Ohio University—Southern

Leveraging Distance Learning Technologies For Traditional Courses

125-131

Jack Richardson
Ohio State University—Newark

Three Sites/Three Voices: Intercultural Dialogue And The Artwork
Of Pepón Osorio, Fred Wilson, And David Hammons

132–147

Kenneth L. Rosengarten
Wright State University—Lake

Best Practice Teaching For College Classes

148–154

Teri Rysz
University Of Cincinnati—McMicken College of Arts and Sciences

Metacognition In Learning: Elementary Probability And Statistics

155–171

Lynn Sametz and Dawn Wingate
Ohio State University—Lima

Improving Education: Partnering With Our Communities

172–178

Pamela S. Sealover and Deborah Henderson
Ohio University—Zanesville

Designing An Educational Game For The Fun Of Learning

179–184

Sheida Shirvani, Ohio University—Zanesville, and James R. Aman
Saint Xavier University

Dick And Jane On–line: Implications Of Gender Differences For
Distance Learning

185-195

Bozena Barbara Widanski
University of Cincinnati—Clermont

Assessment For Learning: Giving Multi–Style Learners The
Opportunity To Learn Organic Chemistry

196-209

Presentations
E. Ted Bunn
Wright State University—Lake

Echoes: Why History Is Important
213–223

Joseph Cavanaugh
Wright State University—Lake

Engaging Students: Taking On–line Courses

224-230

Chitra Rajagopal
Kent State University—Tuscarawas

Teaching Embedded Systems Design In Regional Campuses

231–236

Margaret Wick and Mary Giffin
Kent State University—Stark

Diaries and Performance: Transforming Everyday Women’s Voices
Into Teachable Moments

237-250

Student Essays
Desiree Hoffman
Kent State University—Stark

Machiavelli’s Prince Or Nobody For President: Sources Of Political
Discontent In America
253-261

Jun Yan and Andy Jackson
University of Cincinnati—Clermont

The Stabilization Of Garlic Compounds Via Refrigeration

262–268