34th Annual Teaching Public Administration Conference - Index to Panels and Presentations
Link to Slides Author Title
    Panel 1 - Geographic Information Systems - A Demonstration Project
XX Starnes  Teach Students How to Apply Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to Improve Government Decision Making
    Panel 2 - Practitioner Feedback
XX Heckman/ Branner/ Chongwony/ King  Meeting the Needs of Professionals who Administer Government For the People: Using Practitioner Feedback to Develop Relevant Professional Curriculum
    Panel 3 - Social Equity
XX Wyatt-Nichol/Dorch/Haynes/Brown  Integrating Issues of Social Equity into the MPA Curriculum
XX Haynes/Brown Integrating Issues of Social Equity into the MPA Curriculum
    Panel 4 - Experiential Learning
XX Bivens/Bledsoe-Gardner  Experiential Learning Opportunities in Public Administration "What Works, What Does Not Work"
    Panel 5 - On-line Teaching & Video Demonstartion
XX Gearhart  Transitioning to Online Teaching: Tips on being a Successful Teacher
XX Cunningham Video Demonstration: Making a Documentary as a Learning and Communicating Tool
    Panel 6 - Service Learning
XX Chary Using Community Engagement in Graduate Methods Education
XX Coxe The Impact of Project 100% on Student Voting at the University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College
XX Swartz/Wodicka  Taking the Classroom to Town Hall: The Experiences of a Partnership between James Madison University's Public Policy and Administration Programs and the Town of Elkton, VA
XX Orman/Stormes An Effective MPA Capstone: Outcomes at the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office
    Panel 7 - Improving Curriculum
XX Horiuchi A Model of Administrative Themes for Use across the Curriculum
XX XX Wandling Applying Framing Theory to Examination of State/Local Government Pension Issues in Public Administration
XX Mitchell  Teaching Ethics Using Literature
XX Poulin Incorporating Civic Literacy into Public Administration Programs
    Panel 8 - Asynchronous Learning
XX XX Baker Elevating Asynchronous Distance Learning through Excellent Online Discussions
    Plenary Session - Workplace Competencies
XX Dunning-Panel The MPA Program and Workplace Competencies:  Local Government Perspectives
    Panel 9 - The Technology Trap - Roundtable
XX Susanne Beaumaster/Ahumada  The Technology Trap: The Realistic Use of Technology for Teaching
  Panel 10 - Democratic Learning Experiences
XX Smith  Development of a New Master of Research Administration Program: Administering Research for the Public Good
XX Roach/Davis-Cooper  Increasing Teaching and Learning Effectiveness at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus, In an Era of Change and Reform
XX Szarleta The University and the Citizen-Student: Redefining a Democratic Learning Experience
XX Moeller Efficacy of Liquidated Damages in IT Procurement and Contracting
    Panel 11 - Student Guidance
XX Mulder/Kimoto/Frasco/Jackson  The Kimoto Leadership Model: Guiding Students in Their Career Paths
    Panel 12 - Classroom Learning
XX Dawoody ICT and its Impact on Classroom Learning
XX XX Knox Communication and Public Administration: Preparing Future Administrators in a Technological Age
XX Peters Maximizing Reflexivity and Praxis by Recognizing and Counteracting the Constraints Imposed by Stimulus-Response Learning
XX Wooldridge/Gooden  Identifying the Most Effective Instructional Strategies to Achieve the Learning Objectives of Bloom's Six Cognitive Domains
    Key Note Speaker - David Rosenbloom - Distinguished Professor - American University
XX Rosenbloom Teaching Law in MPA Programs - Frameworks and Models
    Panel 13 - Virtual Classrooms
XX Rosell Quality Assurance in Online MPA Programs
XX Esteves For the People, By the People and From the People: Using Blogs and Social Media to Teach Public Administration and Civic Engagement
XX Loutzenhiser/Roberts On Line MPA Programs: Are Academics and Practitioners Wired and Connected?
XX McDaniel/Waldner/Widener  Video Demonstration: E-Advising Excellence: The New Frontier in Faculty Advising
    Panel 14 - The Bureaucracy
XX Mobley/Statton/Simon  Our Historical Challenge for Government and Public Sector Administrators
XX Guidoum Federal Bureaucracy and the Challenge of Effectiveness
XX Moeller Ambiguities: Latent and Patent: Government's Duty to Clarify and Bidder's Duty to Inquire
(no slides) Rich Laughing at, with, and for Bureaucrats: Humor as a Pedagogic Tool 
    Panel 15 - Book - Roundtable Discussion
(Review) Baulfor- Roundtable "Academically Adrift": Implications for Public Administration Education
    Panel 16 - NASPAA Diversity Standards
XX RaJade/ Berry-James/Gooden/Ortega   Closing the Loop: Assessing NASPAA Standards on Diversity
    Panel 17 - Challenges in On-line Education
  Price  The Governance Challenge: Keeping Historical Mission at the Forefront - A Study of Distance Education Program Implementation at Historically Minority Institutions in the University of North Carolina System
XX Meine/Abbey Ethical, Academic and Practical Considerations for Online Teaching: Does the Search for Quality and Integrity Come at the Expense 
XX Pavelka/Smith  Teaching MPA Research Methods and Data Analysis as Hybrid Courses: Advantages and Challenges for Distance Course Delivery
XX Hammond  The State of Online Education in Public Affairs and Administration Programs
    Panel 18 - Undergraduate Public Administration
(no slides) McGlennon Virginia College and University Legislative Redistricting Competition
XX Weaver Undergraduates and Public Service Motivation
XX Kimoto Public Administration 101: Giving Voice to Undergraduate Education
XX Carrigan/Jackson AmeriCorps: Love It or Lose It
    Panel 19 - On-line Comparability
XX Shetterly/Abbey/Meine/Shelton  The Troy Experience with Teaching at a Distance: Comparability Among In Class, On Line, and Hybrid Courses
    Panel 20 - Spirituality in the Workplace
XX XX Roberts Spirituality in the Public Workplace
XX Jacobs  Ministry" in Public Administration: Serving in Government for and by the People
    Panel 21 - International Experiences
XX Kurniadi/Rusdi The Role of Conscience of Actors on the Free Health Policy Formulation in South Sulawesi