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Caroline Harrison

Caroline Harrison

Academic Instructional Professional, Curricular and Academic Programs, School of Sustainability

Caroline.Harrison@asu.edu

480-965-8645

School of Sustainability
Arizona State University
PO Box 875502
Tempe, AZ 85287-5502

Titles

  • Senior Sustainability Scholar, The Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
  • Academic Instructional Professional, Curricular and Academic Programs, School of Sustainability
  • Instructor, School of Sustainability

Biography

Caroline J. Harrison is an Academic Instructional Professional working with Curricular and Academic Programs for the School of Sustainability at Arizona State University. Her current work involves the development of innovative courses and programs serving undergraduate and graduate students. Previously, she worked on the development of online materials for graduate women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math that provided them with resilience and interpersonal communication skills training needed to overcome obstacles and encourage them to complete their studies. She also has extensive experience in project management and software development. Her research background is in the area of online, multimedia instruction.

Education

  • PhD, Educational Technology, Arizona State University, 2013
  • BS, Communications, Northwestern University
  • MEd, Educational Technology, Arizona State University

Expertise

Journal Articles

2016

Bernstein, B. L., J. M. Bekki and C. J. Harrison. 2016. Analysis of instructional support elements for an online, educational simulation on active listening for women graduate students in science and engineering. Journal of Computing in Higher Education 28(2):136-171. DOI: 10.1007/s12528-016-9110-4. (link )

2013

Bekki, J. M., M. Smith, B. L. Bernstein and C. J. Harrison. 2013. Effects of women and minorities in science and engineering. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering 19(1):17-35. DOI: 10.1615/JWomenMinorScienEng.2013005351 . (link )

Hildebrand, E. A., J. M. Bekki, B. L. Bernstein and C. J. Harrison. 2013. Online learning environment design: A heuristic evaluation. Computers in Education Journal XXIII(4):27-37. (link )

Lin, L., R. K. Atkinson, R. M. Christopherson, S. S. Joseph and C. J. Harrison. 2013. Animated agents and learning: Does the type of verbal feedback they provide matter?. Computers & Education 67(September):239-249. DOI: 10.1016/j.compedu.2013.04.017. (link )

Posters

2008

Harrison, C. J., R. K. Atkinson and A. Koenig. 2008. Computer-Synthesized narration in a multimedia environment: Does voice gender impact student learning?. Poster presented at the 2008 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, 24-28 March 2008, New York, NY. (link )

Presentations

2010

Atkinson, R., L. Lin, S. Joseph, R. Christopherson and C. Harrison. 2010. Optimizing the type of feedback delivered by an animated agent. Presentation at the American Educational Research Association, April 2010, Denver, CO.

2009

Koenig, A. D., R. K. Atkinson and C. J. Harrison. 2009. Educational video game design: Examining the impact of narrative and training. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, 1317 April 2009, San Diego, CA. (link )

2008

Koenig, A., R. Atkinson and C. Harrison. 2008. The embodiment of gender-specific characters in educational video games: Does it affect learning and in-game performance?. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, April 2008, New York, NY.

2007

Atkinson, R., D. Clark, C. Harrison, A. Koenig and F. Marin. 2007. Multimedia learning environments: Do the redunancy and modality priniciples apply to English language learners?. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, April 2007, Chicago, IL.

Atkinson, R., A. Koenig, C. Harrison and T. Kopcha. 2007. An evaluation of an innovative elementary school technology integration program. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, April 2007, Chicago, IL.

Clark, D., R. Atkinson, F. Marin, C. Harrison and A. Koenig. 2007. The impact of providing Spanish audio and text supports in online learning environments for Spanish-speaking Engilsh language learners. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, April 2007, Chicago, IL.

Conference Papers

2013

Hildebrand, E. A., J. M. Bekki, B. L. Bernstein and C. J. Harrison. 2013. Online learning environment design: A heuristic evaluation. Pp. 23.945.1-23.945.11 2013 ASSEE Annual Conference. Atlanta, GA. (link )

2012

Bernstein, B. L., J. M. Bekki, M. Smith and C. J. Harrison. 2012. Effectiveness of an online intervention for STEM women: A randomized controlled trial. Advancing Women and Minorities in STEM: New Directions from Social-Cognitive Research. American Educational Research Association. Denver, CO.

Wilkins, K. G., B. L. Bernstein, C. J. Harrison, J. M. Bekki and R. K. Atkinson. 2012. Development of the science technololgy engineering and mathematics -- active listening skills assessment (STEM-ALSA). Pp. 1-6 Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE), 2012. Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE), 2012. Seattle, WA. (link )

2009

Atkinson, R., C. Foshee, C. Harrison, L. Lin, S. Joseph and R. Christopherson. 2009. Does the type and degree of animation present in a viral representation accompanying narration in a multimedia environment impact learning?. Pp. 726-734 Ed-Media 2009-World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications. EdMedia: World Conference on Educational Media and Technology. Honolulu. HI. (link )

Atkinson, R. K., L. Lin and C. J. Harrison. 2009. Comparing the efficacy of different signaling techniques. Ed-Media Conference Proceedings 2009. Ed-Media Conference 2009. Honolulu, HI. (link )

Harrison, C. J. and R. K. Atkinson. 2009. Narration in multimedia learning environments: Exploring the impact of voice origin, gender, and presentation mode. Ed-Media Conference Proceedings 2009. Ed-Media Conference. (link )