Bruce Harris, Ph.D.
Horrabin Hall 98
Interests: Self-regulated learning, electronic and technology-rich classrooms,
instructional designs for computer-based instruction.
Professional Interests: Instructional, theory and design; computer-based instruction including hypermedia, multimedia, CAI, etc.; educational computing.
Ph.D. - Instructional Science - Brigham Young University
Teaching Interactive Telecourses to Multiple Classrooms: Lessons Learned Ethnicity and Self-Regulated Learning:
Implications for Technology-Based Instruction
Interactive Multimedia CD-ROM
Development: A Step by Step Approach
Harris, B. (2010). Using case studies in online courses: Verifying online study identity. International Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Anaheim, CA.
Harris, B., & Jia, X. (2010). Using the Smith and Ragan ID Process Model for developing CBI: Lessons learned. International Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Anaheim, CA.
Harris, B., & Thurman, A. (2010). Curriculum alignment in an online master’s degree program in instructional design and technology. International Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Anaheim, CA.
Related Work Experience
Waterford School--Provo, Utah
Guymon & Gottredson Associates - Solon, Ohio
Missionary Training Center - Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - Provo, Utah
BYU College of Education - Provo, Utah
Western Illinois University
Development of Electronic Classrooms
Star Schools Grant
Local Educational Service Centers
Motorola University, Illinois State Museum
IDT 310 Principles of Instructional Design
IDT 505 Foundations of Instructional Technology
IDT 510 Principles of Instructional Design
IDT 520: Microcomputer Applications in Education
IDT 529 Microcomputer Technology in the Elementary and Middle Schools
IDT 550: Advanced Instructional Systems
Allwardt, D. (forthcoming). Teaching with Wikis: A Cautionary Tale of Technology in the Classroom. Journal of Social Work Education.
Allwardt, D. (2010). [Review of the book Lifting our voices: The journeys into family caregiving of professional social workers by J.O. Beckett]. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 53(6), 568-570.
José, H., Parreira, P., Thorson, J.A., & Allwardt, D. (2007). A factor-analytic study of the Multidimensional Sense of Humor Scale with a Portuguese sample. North American Journal of Psychology, 9(3), 591-606.
Allwardt, D. A. & Anderson, D. K. (2006). Cultural competent health care practice with elders. [8 electronic modules]. MedEdPORTAL. Available from: http://www.aamc.org/mededportal, ID = 254.
Allwardt, D. & Zellmann, K. (2008-2011). Curriculum Development Institute Program. Award: $5,000 + up to $3,500 travel expenses. Grantor: Hartford Foundation and the Gero-Ed Center.
Allwardt, D. (2010, October). “A Historical View of Gerontological Social Work: The Contributions of Ollie Randall”. Paper presented at the Council on Social Work Education’s Annual Program Meeting, Portland, OR.
Allwardt, D. (2010, March). “In Search of the Long-term Nursing Aide.” Poster presented at the American Society on Aging’s Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.
Allwardt, D., & Venzon, J. (2009, November). “What went wrong with the Wiki?” Paper co-presented at the Council on Social Work Education’s Annual Program Meeting, San Antonio, TX.
National Association of Social Workers; Gerontological Society of America;
American Society on Aging; Council on Social Work Education; Society for Social Work and Research
Awards and Recognitions
Diversity and Multicultural Leadership Faculty Award. Spring 2007.
Nancy Coney Faculty of the Year Award.Â Spring 2007.