Jason Caudill, an adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling, recently received a Presentation Excellence Award from the 2010 International Conference on Learning and Administration in Higher Education. In the past academic year he has published two book chapters and five peer-reviewed papers, he has two other book chapters currently under review, and he has delivered presentations at eight conferences. In only his second year at UT Knoxville, Caudill has brought new perspectives and an innovative new course to the department’s graduate programs.
Caudill earned his Ph.D. from UT Knoxville in 2009, with a concentration in instructional technology. He is currently an assistant professor of Business Administration at Carson-Newman College in Jefferson City, Tennessee.
Caudill, J. (2010). Social Computing and the New Market: How Social Computing is Driving Market Competition. In P. Papadopoulou, P. Kanellis, and D. Martakos (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Social Computing Theory and Practice: Interdisciplinary Approaches. IGI Global, Hershey, PA.
Caudill, J. (2010). Obstacles to Assessing the For-Profit Online Education and Training Industry. Proceedings of the 2010 Intellectbase Academic Conference.
Terrell, R. and Caudill, J. (2010). A Theoretical Methodology to Align a Technical Degree Program with AACSB Accreditation Standards. Proceedings of the International Conference on Learning and Administration in Higher Education 2010 Conference, ICLAHE 2010.
Caudill, J. (2010). Is Traditional Marketing Dead?: Social Network Marketing and What it Means to Practitioners. Proceedings of the Academic Business World International Conference, ABWIC 2010.
Caudill, J. and Terrell, R. (2010). Integrating Online Security into the Undergraduate Curriculum. Proceedings of Technology, Colleges & Community Worldwide Online Conference 2010. Honolulu, HI: TCC.
Trovinger, D., Morris, M.L. and Caudill, J. (2010). Strengths for Generation Y Workplace Development and its Importance to HRD. Proceedings for the Academy of Human Resource Development 2010 International Research Conference in the Americas.
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