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2/3/2022Redefining impact and diversifying what scholarship means in a cross-cultural context
Culture is ďa fuzzy set of basic assumptions and values, orientations to life, beliefs, policies, procedures and behavioural conventions that are shared by a group of people, and that influence (but do not determine) each members behaviour and his/her interpretations of the meaning of other people's behaviour" (Spencer-Oatey, 2008, p. 3). (AECT Culture, Learning, & Technology) With increasing cross-cultural scholarly activities, newer themes, methods, and formats emerge as seen in recent publications in TechTrends, ETR&D, and JAID. At this forum, editors and authors will share their insights and experiences about the following topics:
What are emerging cross-cultural research themes in instructional design and educational technology fields?
How do research methods evolve in cross-cultural scholarship development?

The session is purposed to provide grounding introduction to cross-cultural research development for scholars, researchers, and practitioners in instructional design, educational technology and communication.
  Presenter(s): Dr. Tutaleni Asino, Oklahoma State University; Dr. Lisa A. Giacumo, Boise State University; Dr. Charles B. Hodges, Georgia Southern University in Statesboro; Dr. Juhong Christie Liu, James Madison University; Dr. Enilda Romero-Hall, University of Tampa; Dr. Sylvia E. Rogers, Auburn University; Dr. Patricia A. Young, University of Maryland Baltimore County
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Category: Culture, Learning and Technology
Keywords: Emerging research methods | cross-cultural research | culture and learning design