Roger Goodson, Ed.D.
Professor, School of Business and Management
- Ed.D., Administration, Planning and Social Policy. Harvard University.
- MA, Administration.University of Connecticut.
- BS, Biological Science and Education. University of Southern Maine.
- Management Principles and Organizational Behavior
- Change and Conflict Management
- Comparative International Management
- American Business Foundations
- Planning and Decision Making
Research and Interests
- Current research: Online course design and development using an Instructional Design Systems (IDS).
- Current research: Persistence and change: University faculty acceptance or rejection of innovative online teaching and learning strategies
- Management Studies
- Organizational Behavior and Development
- Group Dynamics
- Specific research interests in organizational learning and knowledge.
- Faculty acceptance or rejection of innovative online teaching and learning technologies.
- Persistence and change in teaching methodologies in traditional university settings.
- Information Communications Technologies (ICT’s)
- Member of Sigma Beta Delta, International Business Honor Society
- Member of Omicron Delta Kappa, National Leadership Honor Society
- ISTE, International Society for Technology in Education
- The Sloan Consortium
- USDLA, United States Distance Learning Association
- AECT, Association for Educational Communications & Technology
- OBTS, Teaching Society for Management Educators
Publications and Presentations
- “The Age of The Digital Native.” Presentation, Out of the Box Festival, Notre Dame de Namur University, April 19, 2011.
- “Technology, Teaching and Learning.” Industrial Age to Knowledge Age, Professional Faculty Development Workshop Presentation , Notre Dame de Namur University, December 6, 2010.
- “Looping the Loop” Online Instructional Design. Paper and Presentation. Ubiquitous Learning Conference, December 10-11, 2010. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. (Journal Article Pending)
- “The Internet, ICT’s, Learning and Communities of Practice”, 2009.
- “Faculty Resistance to E-Learning”, 2004.
- Online Moderated Monthly Discussions at http://tappedin.org