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Dr. Linda Huglin

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Linda Huglin, Ph.D.
Associate Professor

Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning
College of Engineering, ENGR 325
Boise State University
1910 University Dr.
Boise, ID 83725-2070

Office: (208) 426-4425
Email: lhuglin@boisestate.edu

Dr. Linda Huglin worked for several years as a research and development engineer in the semiconductor industry before changing her focus to performance technology. Her previous experience in process improvement, particularly in the area of statistical process control, has been incorporated into courses taught in the OPWL program. Current research interests include the analysis of patterns and trends in the HPT literature, as well as the role of adult cognitive development in student performance.

Education Background:

Linda Huglin received a Ph.D. in Education from the University of Idaho in 2003. In addition, she has a Master’s Degree in Instructional and Performance Technology from Boise State University as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Pacific University in Oregon. She also holds an Idaho Education Credential in Chemistry, Physical Science, and Special Education.

Teaching:

Dr. Huglin regularly teaches:

  • OPWL 536 Foundations of Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning
  • OPWL 535 Principles of Adult Learning
  • OPWL 588 Selected Topics: Library Skills for Research

She has also taught:

  • IPT 564 Motivation in IPT

Scholarly, Creative or Research Activities:

Her research interests include the study of research trends in HPT, the application of Universal Design of Learning principles to enhance student success, and adult cognitive development.

Publications

Humphrey, M., Woods, L., & Huglin, L. (2011). Increasing faculty awareness of students with disabilities: A two-pronged approach. Journal of Postsecondary Education & Disability, 24(3), 255-261.

Huglin, L., Rist, S., & Casper, B. (2011). Maximizing accessibility in online courses. IEEE Learning Technology Newsletter, 13(2), 16-18.
Huglin, L. (2010). Research themes in HPT: A content review of the ISPI journals. Performance Improvement, 49(4), 9-16. doi: 10.1002/pfi.20139

Huglin, L. (2010). HPT roots and branches: Analyzing over 45 years of the field’s own citations. Part 3: Author citations. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 23(3), 5-13. doi: 10.1002/piq.20086

Huglin, L. (2009). HPT roots and branches: Analyzing over 45 years of the field’s own citations. Part 2: Book citations. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 22(3), 95-104. doi:10.1002/piq.20063

Huglin, L. (2009). HPT roots and branches: Analyzing over 45 years of the field’s own citations. Part I: Journal citations. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 21(4), 95-115. doi:10.1002/piq.20040

Johnsen, E., Huglin, L., & Marker, A. (2008). Primary sources of cognate research in human performance technology. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 21(1), 7-16.

Huglin, L., & Marker, A. (2008, March). ISPI SciComm Conference Sessions. Performance Xpress Online Newsletter.

Huglin, L., Johnsen, L., & Marker, A. (2007). Research priorities in performance technology: A Delphi study. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 20(1), 79-96.

Marker, A., & Huglin, L. (2007, March). ISPI SciComm Conference Sessions. Performance Xpress Online Newsletter.

Marker, A., Huglin, L., & Johnsen, L. (2006). Empirical research on performance improvement: An update. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 19(4), 7-22

Presentations

Huglin, L., Rist, S., & Casper, B. (2011, April 12). Is Your Online Training Accessible? ISPI Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.
Huglin, L. (2011, April 12). Research Roundtable: Using the Delphi Technique. ISPI Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.

Villachica, S., Plumlee, D., Huglin, L., & Borreson, A. (2011). Engineering Education Research to Practice (E2R2P): Project status and in-progress deliverables. Poster session for the 118th Annual Conference & Exposition of the American Society for Engineering Education, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Huglin, L. (2009, April 22). Research Themes in HPT: A Content Analysis of the ISPI Journals. Paper presented at the ISPI Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.

Huglin, L. (2009, April 21). Moderator. Evidence-Based Practice Exchange. ISPI Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.

Huglin, L. (2009, April 20). Research Forum: Dissertation 101. Presented at the SciComm Research Methods Roundtable. ISPI Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.

Huglin, L. (2008, April 8). Science and research community caucus: Future directions. ISPI Annual Conference, New York.
Huglin, L. (2008, April 7). So You Want to Choose a HPT Dissertation Topic. Presented at a between-session roundtable, ISPI Annual Conference, New York.

Huglin, L. (2008, April 7). Hypothesis Testing. Presented at the SciComm Research Methods Roundtable. ISPI Annual Conference, New York City.

Huglin, L., & Marker, A. (2008, April 7). Moderators. 6th Annual Research Exchange. ISPI Annual Conference, New York.

Huglin, L., & Marker, A. (2008, April 7). Moderators. Research and evaluation methods roundtable. ISPI Annual Conference, New York.

Huglin, L. (2008, April 6). Moderator. So you want to discuss possible dissertation topics. Roundtable Discussion: ISPI Annual Conference, New York.

Huglin, L., & Marker, A. (2007, May 2). Research Directions in HPT. Paper presented at the ISPI & IFTDO Annual Conference, San Francisco.

Huglin, L. (2007, May 2). Research in HPT. Paper presented at the SciCom Research Roundtable: Improving and Validating HPT Practices through Application of Key Research Findings. ISPI & IFTDO Annual Conference, San Francisco.

Huglin, L. (2007, May 2). The Status of Research in HPT. Paper presented at the SciCom 5th Annual Research Exchange. ISPI & IFTDO Annual Conference, San Francisco.

Huglin, L., & Marker, T. (2006). Research trends in human performance technology. Paper presented at the 5th Annual ISPI- Europe Conference, Prague, Czech Republic, October 12-14.

Huglin, L., Marker, T., & Johnsen, L. (2006). The status of research in HPT. Presented at the HU-BSU/BSU-HU Inter- Institutional Seminar, Boise, ID, September 15.

Huglin, L. (2006). An overview of learning styles. Presented at the College of Applied Technology Summer Institute, Boise, ID, May 17.
Cox, D. L., & Huglin, L. (2006, April 10). Emotional Intelligence: A valid construct? Is it measurable? Science and Research Community Caucus. Panel discussion sponsored by the ISPI Science and Research Community at the Annual Meeting of the International Society for Performance Improvement, Dallas, TX.

Marker, T., Huglin, L., & Johnsen, E. (2006, April 9). Empirical research on performance improvement: An update. Presented at the Improving and Validating HPT Practice through the Application of Key Research Findings session of the 44th Annual International Society of Performance Improvement Conference, Dallas, TX.

Cox, D. L, Huglin, L., & Janes, M. E. (2005, April 13). Learning/cognitive style preferences of on-campus and online graduate students in instructional & performance technology. Presented at the Research Exchange session of the 43rd Annual International Society of Performance Improvement Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Huglin, L. (2005). An overview of learning styles. Presented in ME480, (Senior Design Project), Spring Semester.

Huglin, L. (2004). Learning styles for educators. Presented at the Business and Technical Education Conference, Boise State University, 2004.

Huglin, L. (2004). An overview of learning styles. Presented in ME480, (Senior Design Project), Spring Semester.

Huglin, L., & Vakili, D. (2002). Assessment in an online learning environment. Co-presented at the Teaching and Learning with Technology Roundtable, Boise State University.

Cox, D. L., & Huglin, L. (2000, April). Instructional implications of learning style differences between on-campus and distance graduate students taught via asynchronous computer conferencing. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Associations, New Orleans, LA.

Cox, D. L., Chadwick, K. W., & Huglin, L. (1999). Teaching and learning via two-way video: Political, pedagogical, and participant considerations. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Role of Universities in the Future Information Society (RUFIS), Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ. October 21-24.

Huglin, L. (1993). Review of software for the preschool classroom. Presented at the Sixth Annual US West Symposium, Boise State University.