UNLV Online Education Digital Teaching and Research Fellows Program

The Office of Online Education Digital Teaching and Research Fellows program seeks proposals from any full-time faculty at UNLV interested in exploring topics related to digital teaching and learning. This summer research fellows program supports research, development, and scholarship efforts and seeks to expand the scope of digital teaching and learning resources at UNLV. In addition, the program hopes to nurture an open and collaborative digital research environment at UNLV.

2020 Fellows

  • Cory Rusinek (College of Sciences)
  • Julian Kilker (Greenspun College of Urban Affairs)

2019 Fellows

  • Lori Candela (School of Nursing)
  • Jayce Farmer (Greenspun College of Urban Affairs)
  • Ed Nagelhout (College of Liberal Arts)
  • Philip Rusche (College of Liberal Arts)
  • Jessica Word (Greenspun College of Urban Affairs)

Online Teaching and Learning Research at UNLV

Online Tools That Helps Stem Students "Learn To Learn"

Matthew Bernacki,
Assistant Professor, Educational Psychology & Higher Ed


"Reducing Online Students' Isolation"

Lori Candela,
Associate Professor, School of Nursing

“Instructional Methods That Improve Outcomes for UNLV Students in Virtual Classrooms"

Tiffiany Howard
Associate Professor, Political Science, College of Liberal Arts


“Add Interactive Elements to Videos Using H5P"

Benjamin Root
Instructional Programmer, Office of Online Education


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