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Dr. Don Winiecki

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Donald Winiecki, Ed.D., Ph.D.
Professor

Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning
College of Engineering, ENGR 328
Boise State University
1910 University Dr.
Boise, ID 83725-2070

Office: (208) 426-1899
Email: dwiniecki@boisestate.edu

Educational/Professional Background:

Dr. Donald J. Winiecki holds an Ed.D. in Instructional Technology (Texas Tech University) and a Ph.D. in Sociology (Central Queensland University). He is a full-time Graduate Faculty member in the OPWL department and adjunct faculty in the Sociology department at BSU.

His current research and development activity focuses on morality and ethics, inclusiveness and diversity in professional practice, including instructional and perfomance-based interventions focused on outcomes (actual practice) in addition to outputs (course grades).

This includes the following:

  • Acquisition and use of Library of Congress certification in braille transcription for both literary and maths and science content.
    • Prior to this project, Boise State University had no capacity for the responsive production of braille materials for literary or maths and science content. Students with visual impairments were provided with assistive technologies (primarily, screen readers) that are not considered ideal for the sort of intensive focus required in study of maths and science curricula.
  • Collaboration with DOT Inc., Seoul, South Korea, in support of refreshable braille displays capable of representing literary and maths and science content, including tactile graphics.
  • Research and development of curricula and classroom and laboratory strategies that support social justice, inclusiveness and diversity in higher education and professional practice.
    • This is in part underwritten by participation as a Co-Principal Investigator on National Science Foundation grant 6PRJ000899 & 6PRJ000914: Computer Science Professionals Hatchery: “The aim of this five year grant project is to replicate the best elements of a software company environment, layering in moral, ethical, and social threads with entrepreneurship and professional skills with the goal to produce graduates who are not only technically adept and effective team members, but also empowered as agents of positive cultural change in their workplaces.”

Dr. Winiecki has been named ‘Professor of Ethics & Morality in Professional Practice’ in the College of Engineering. In this new role he will conduct research and work with faculty and students throughout the College of Engineering in projects related to issues of diversity, inclusiveness and social justice as they relate to engineering education and engineering practice. Dr. Winiecki will maintain connections with OPWL students by regularly teaching the 1-credit OPWL 586 ‘Professional Ethics’ course and participation in other department activities.

Teaching:

Dr. Winiecki regularly teaches:

  • OPWL 529 Needs Assessment
  • OPWL 532 Ethnographic Research in Organizations

He has also taught:

  • IPT 450g Distance Education Techniques
  • IPT 536 Introduction to Instructional & Performance Technology
  • IPT 537 Instructional Design
  • IPT 550 Delivery Technology for Instruction
  • IPT 551 Designing Computer Based Training and Computer Assisted Instruction
  • IPT 563 Job Performance Aids & Electronic Performance Support Systems
  • SOC 497 Sociology of Science, Technology & Engineering

Scholarly, Creative & Research Activities:

His research focuses on the social impacts of technology in social and organizational settings. He has presented papers at conferences for the American Educational Research Association (AERA), the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI), the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and the Pacific Sociological Association (PSA).

Publications and Presentations

Books

Winiecki, D. (in preparation). Art, computer-programming and the phenomenology of being and becoming.

Winiecki, D. (2006). Discipline & governmentality at work: Making the subject and subjectivity in modern tertiary labour. Free Association Books: London.

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Journals, Book Chapters & Conference Proceedings

Rv Taylor, E., Callahan, E., Pinta, K., Yeatts, L., & Winiecki, D. (in preparation). Supporting academic performance of deaf students at Alpha University: A case study.
Rv Guddat, J., Hood, G., Lockett Zubak, C., Welch, K., & Winiecki, D. (in preparation). Needs assessment on how to support online graduate students for coursework delivered in the Blackboard ILS: A case study.
Rf Winiecki, D. (in preparation). Translating the world into a computer program: A phenomenology of art making, part 1.
Rf Winiecki, D. (in preparation). Phenomenal experience with things-in-the-world: Computer programming in Common Lisp using the EMACS editor and SLIME development environment.
Rf Chyung, S. Y., Winiecki, D., Hunt, G., & Sevier, C. (in review). Development and validation of the Learners’ Attitudes Toward Team Projects Scale (LATPS). Journal of Engineering Education.
Rf Winiecki, D. (accepted for publication). Responding to the world: New opportunities for research and practice in the field of performance improvement. Learning & Performance Quarterly.
Rv Bertrand, J., Sparrow, T., Jagdeep, S., & Winiecki, D. (in press). Improving and maintaining torque accuracy in aerospace manufacturing: A case study. Performance Improvement.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2016). 2. The Philosophy Behind ANA (ANA is Not Aaron). The Blue Review. Retrieved 30 May, 2016 from https://thebluereview.org/philosophy-behind-ana/
Rv Winiecki, D. (2016). 1. Coloring Outside the Lines on Purpose: Designing an algorithmic aesthetic for ANA in Common Lisp. The Blue Review. Retrieved 30 May, 2016 from https://thebluereview.org/coloring-outside-lines-purpose/
Rf Aull, J., Bartley, J., Olson, C., Weisberg, L., & Winiecki, D. (2016). A needs assessment of ITSS Corporation’s career development opportunities. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 28(4), 7-26.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2015). 0. Introducing ANA (ANA is Not Aaron). The Blue Review. Retrieved 15 December, 2015 from https://thebluereview.org/ana-ana-is-not-aaron-computer-painting/
Rv Winiecki, D. (2015). Comparing a few Behavior Engineering Models (BEM). Performance Improvement, 54(8), 6-14.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2015). Truth(s), fiction, and storytelling in Performance Improvement. Performance Improvement, 54(3), 10-14.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2014). Your model is wrong. Here is how to fix things. Performance Improvement, 53(6), 16-22.
Rf Kennedy, P., Chyung, S. Y., Winiecki, D., Brinkerhoff, D. (2013, 2014)*. Training professionals’ usage and understanding of Kirkpatrick’s level 3 and level 4 evaluations. International Journal of Training & Development, 18(1).

* Online publication in 2013 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ijtd.12023/abstract
print publication in 2014
Rf/l Scott, G., & Winiecki, D. (2012). Synthesizing soft systems methodology and Human Performance Technology. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 25(3), 81-105.
Rf Winiecki, D. (2012). Mapping conversation patterns in the asynchronous classroom. International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 2(11), 10-28. Retrieved 11 June, 2012 from http://www.ijhssnet.com/update/journals/Vol_2_No_11_June_2012/2.pdf
Rv Duman, B., Chyung, S. Y., Villachica, S., & Winiecki, D. (2011). Root causes of errant ordered radiology exams. Performance Improvement, 50(1), 17-24.
Rv/l Winiecki, D. (2011). Tales from the field: What Do We Know About Truth in the Practice of Performance Improvement? [Electronic Version]. PerformanceXpress. Retrieved 03 January, 2011 from http://www.performancexpress.org/2011/01/what-do-we-know-about-truth-in-the-practice-of-performance-improvement/
Rv Winiecki, D. (2010). Rational, natural and open: Organizational system typologies and their relevance for performance improvement professionals. Performance Improvement, 49(5), 35-41.
Rv Gable, S., Chyung, S. Y., Marker, A., & Winiecki, D. (2010). How should organizational leaders use employee engagement survey data? Performance Improvement, 49(4), 19-25.
Rf Chyung, S. Y., Winiecki, D., & Downing, J. (2010). Evaluation ethics: A survey-based analysis of learners’ perceptions. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 23(1), 7-29.
Rf Winiecki, D. (2009). Using ethnographic forms of research to study the social world and to make social theories studyable. In A. Ivarra & P. Aguero (Eds.), Contemporary studies in ethnography. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
Rv/l Winiecki, D. (2009, December). Tales from the field: Three types of systems necessary in a systems view [Electronic Version]. PerformanceXpress. Retrieved 01 December, 2009 from http://performancexpress.org/0912/#tales.
Rf Winiecki, D. (2009). The call centre and its many players. Organization, 16(5), 705-731.
I Winiecki, D. (2009). EMCA in the sociology of science, technology, and engineering. EMCA News (American Sociological Association, Section on Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis, 3(2), 1, 5, 10.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2009). A sociologist in a college of engineering: Stranger in a strange land? [Sociologists in Research and Applied Settings] [Electronic Version] ASA Footnotes, 37(2). Retrieved 18 February, 2009 from http://www.asanet.org/footnotes/feb09/eng.html.
Rv/l Chyung, S. Y., & Winiecki, D. (2009, February). Tales from the field: Taking learning professionals to competent professionals through performance-based projects [Electronic Version]. PerformanceXpress. Retrieved 30 January, 2009 from http://performancexpress.org/0902/#tales.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2009). Shadowboxing with data: A framework for informing the critical analysis of performance and performance measures. Performance Improvement, 48(1), 31-37.
Rf Winiecki, D. (2008). The expert witnesses and courtroom discourse: A case of applying both micro and macro forms of discourse analysis. Discourse & Society, 19(6), 765-781.
Rf Winiecki, D. (2008). An ethnostatistical analysis of performance measurement. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 20(3/4), 185-209.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2007). The others’ values: On the importance of ethnographic ways of looking, seeing, knowing and acting for performance technologists. Performance Improvement, 46(9), 32-36.
Rf Winiecki, D., & Wigman, B. (2007). Making and maintaining the subject in call centre work. New Technology, Work and Employment, 22(2), 118-131.
Rf Winiecki, D. (2007). Subjects, subjectivity & subjectification in call center work: The doings of doings. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 36(4), 1-27.
Rf Winiecki, D. (2007). Accidental participation in control, in the small of society [Electronic Version]. Transformations, 14. Retrieved 11 May, 2007 from http://www.transformationsjournal.org/journal/issue_14/article_06.shtml.
Rf Winiecki, D. (2006). Systems, measures, and workers: Producing and obscuring the system and making systemic performance improvement difficult. In J. Pershing (Ed.), The Handbook of Human Performance Technology (3rd ed., pp. 1224-1250). San Francisco: Pfeiffer.
Rf Lohr, L., Miller, K., & Winiecki, D. (2006). Narrative strategies to enhance interactivity online. In C. Sunal, E. Wilson & V. Wright (Eds.), Research on Enhancing Interactivity of Online Learning (pp. 101-125). Greenwich, CT: Info Age Publishing.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2004). Rejoinder to “Saving the World with HPT”: A critical, scientific, and consultative reflection. Performance Improvement, 43(8). 30-34.
Rf Winiecki, D. (2004). Shadowboxing With Data: Rationality, Resistance, Desire and the Production of the Labouring Subject in Contemporary Call Centre Organisations. New Technology, Work and Employment, 19(2). 78-95.
Rf Winiecki, D. (2003). Instructional discussions in online education: Practical and research-oriented perspectives. In M. Moore & R. Anderson (Eds.), Handbook of Distance Education (pp. 193-215). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2001). Help-desk 101: Keeping customers happy while managing conflicting expectations and performance goals. Performance Improvement, 40(1). 44-48.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2000). Designing computer software to minimize the need for employee training. Performance Improvement, 39(8). 28-35.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2000). Making sense of asynchronous online discussions. Virtual University News, 2 (11), 10-11.
Rv Winiecki, D., & Chyung, S. Y. (2000). Preparing students for asynchronous, computer-mediated coursework: Design & delivery of a “distance education bootcamp.” WebNet Journal-Internet Technologies, Applications & Issues, 2(2).
Rf Winiecki, D. (1999). Keeping the thread: Adapting conversational practice to help distance students and instructors manage discussions in an asynchronous learning network [Electronic Version]. DEOSNEWS, 9. Retrieved 11 May, 2007 from http://learningdesign.psu.edu/deos/deosnews9_2.pdf.
Rf Winiecki, D. (1998). Becoming a student in an asynchronous, computer-mediated classroom. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), June 28 – July1, 1998. Seattle, WA, USA.
Rf Winiecki, D. J., & Chyung, S. Y. (1998). Keeping the thread: Helping distance students and instructors keep track of asynchronous discussions. Proceedings of the 14th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching & Learning, 98, (pp. 451-460).
Rf Chyung, S. Y., Winiecki, D., & Fenner, J. A. (1998). A case study: Increase enrollment by reducing dropout rates in adult distance education. Proceedings of the 14th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching & Learning, 98, (pp. 97-102).
Rf Chyung, S. Y., Repman, J. L., Lan, W., & Winiecki, D. (1997). Effectiveness of an intelligently adaptive CAI environment with cognitive apprenticeship on self-regulated learning skills. In T. Muldner & T. Reeves (Eds.), Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia & Educational Telecommunications (pp. 1415-1417). Charlottesville, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education.
Rf Chyung, S. Y., Repman, J. L., Lan, W. Y., & Winiecki, D. (1997). Hypermedia CAI with cognitive apprenticeship for pre-service teacher education. In J. Willis, J. Price, & S. McNeil (Eds.), Technology and Teacher Education (pp. 837-840). Charlottesville, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education.
Rf Price, R. V. & Winiecki, D. (1995). Attitudes and skill levels of college students entering a typical introductory college computing course. Journal of Computing in Teacher Education, 12 (1), 20-25.
Rf Winiecki, D. & Ahern, T. C. (1995). Designing for Learnability (DesiL): An engine for informing the design of easy-to-learn microcomputer interfaces. in J. L. Schnase & E. L. Cunnis (Eds.) Proceedings of CSCL ’95: The First International Conference on Computer Support for Collaborative Learning, October 17-20, 1995, (pp. 392-396) Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
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Conference Presentations

Rf Chyung, S. Y., Winiecki, D., Hunt, G., & Sevier, C. (2016). Development and validation of the Learners’ Attitudes Toward Team Projects Scale (LATPS). American Society for Engineering Education Pacific Northwest Conference (ASEE-PNW), Boise, ID.
Rf Winiecki, D. (2014, August). Phenomenology of Computer Programming as/and Art Making: Part 1 of a Sociology of Being a Programming Artist. Paper presented at the 2014 meeting of the American Sociological Association (ASA), San Francisco, CA.
Rf Winiecki, D. (2012, August). The Expert Witnesses and Courtroom Discourse: Membership Categorization Devices and the Creation of the Subject and Subjectivity. Paper presented at the 2012 meeting of the American Sociological Association (ASA), Denver, CO.
Rf Winiecki, D., & Blain, M. (2012, August). Mapping Conversation Patterns in the Asynchronous, Computer-Mediated Classroom. Paper presented at the 2012 meeting of the American Sociological Association (ASA), Denver, CO.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2012, April). More Developments on Doing Art as Social Science. Paper presented at the 2012 meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association (PSA), San Diego, CA.
Rv Carr, J., Weiler, D. M., & Winiecki, D. (2012, April). The Hispanic paradox and healthy aging: An ethnographic inquiry.  Poster presented at the Western Institute of Nursing Conference, Portland, OR. 
Rv Winiecki, D. (2011, April). Making and Maintaining the Subject in Call Centre Work. Paper presented at the 2011 meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association (PSA), Seattle, WA.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2011, April). Doing Art as Social Science. Paper presented at the 2011 meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association (PSA), Seattle, WA.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2010, April). Mixing Academic and Applied Sociology: What Happened During and After a Sociologically Informed Ethnography in Call Centers. Paper presented at the 2010 meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association (PSA), Oakland, CA.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2009, April). Discourse/Rationality, a New Frame for Power/Knowledge? Paper presented at the 2009 meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association (PSA), San Diego, CA.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2009, April). Using Ethnographic Forms of Research to Study the Social World and to Make Social Theories Studyable. Paper presented at the 2009 meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association (PSA), San Diego, CA.
I Winiecki, D. (2008, June). Science, Technology and Society: Ideas and Approaches for Educators and Social Actors. Presentation to faculty and staff at Republic Polytechnic, Singapore.
I Chyung, S. Y., & Winiecki, D. (2008, May). Instructional Technology and Performance Improvement: Issues and Developments. Seminar presented at the Third BSU-Hanyang University Symposium on Instructional Technology & Performance Improvement, Hanyang University, Seoul, S. Korea.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2008, April). The Expert Witness and Courtroom Discourse: A Case of Applying Both Micro and Macro Forms of Discourse Analysis. Paper presented at the 2008 meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association (PSA), Portland, OR.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2008, April). An Ethnostatistical Analysis of Performance Measurement. Paper presented at the 2008 meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association (PSA), Portland, OR.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2007, April). Institutional Research Boards (IRBs) and sociological research: Necessary (?) but not sufficient. Paper presented at the 2007 meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association (PSA), Oakland, CA.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2007, April). Expert witnesses and the law: An early investigation of the creation of subjects and subjectivity in the courtroom. Paper presented at the 2007 meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association (PSA), Oakland, CA.
I Winiecki, D. (2006, September). Systems, measures & workers: Producing ways of knowing and ways of ignorance, and improving our practice. Paper presented at the Second BSU-Hanyang University Symposium on Instructional Technology & Performance Improvement, Boise, ID.
Rf Winiecki, D. (2006, September). Cue summation: One of the keys to effective use of multimedia in E-learning. Paper presented at the 2006 meeting of the Treasure Valley chapter of the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD), Boise, ID.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2006, April). Making and Maintaining the Subject in Call Centre Work. Paper presented at the 2006 meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association (PSA), Anaheim, CA.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2006, April). Hiding in Plain Sight, Effecting the Organisation and One’s Self: Details from a Post-Structural Ethnography in Four Telephone Call Centers. Paper presented at the 2006 meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association (PSA), Anaheim, CA.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2004, April). Technologies of the Self: On the Production and Maintenance of the Subject in Technology-Mediated Tertiary Labor. Paper presented at the 2004 meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association (PSA), San Francisco, CA.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2004, April). Dilemmas in The Field: Using Members, Being Used as a Resource by Them or Using the Situation to Do Fieldwork & Learn About Fieldworking? Paper presented at the 2004 meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association (PSA), San Francisco, CA.
Rf Winiecki, D. (2003, April). How is the subject in technology-mediated work? (Or, ‘Shadowboxing with Data’). Paper presented at the 2003 International Conference of the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI), April 12-15 2003, Boston, MA.
Rf Winiecki, D. J., Addison, R., & Silber, K. (2003, April). The ISPI Online Institute: Is it right for you? Paper presented at the 2003 International Conference of the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI), April 12-15 2003, Boston, MA.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2003, April). System Thinking and System Doing: Shadowboxing with Ourselves? Paper presented at the 2003 International Conference of the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI), April 12-15 2003, Boston, MA.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2003, April). Shadowboxing with Data: The Production of Power/Knowledge and the Worker as Subject/Object in Contemporary Call Centre Organizations. Paper presented at the 2003 meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association (PSA), Pasadena, CA.
Rf Winiecki, D. (2002, April). Assessing the measure: what are we doing when we’re measuring performance? Paper presented at the 2002 International Conference of the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI), April 21-21 2002, Dallas, TX.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2002, April). Technology, practices of subjectification & practices of resistance: Producing the laboring subject in technology-mediated tertiary labor. Paper presented at the 2002 meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association (PSA), Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Rf Winiecki, D. (2001, April). Performance in the call-center: What to do, how to do it and how to make do when you’re doing it. Paper presented at the 2001 International Performance Improvement Conference of the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI), San Francisco, CA, USA.
Rf Hendel-Giller, R., Jorgensen, M., Gayeski, D., & Winiecki, D. (2001, April). Webs of Learning: Student and Instructor Perspectives on Online Distance Education. Paper presented at the 2001 International Performance Improvement Conference of the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI), San Francisco, CA, USA.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2001, March). The Subjectification of Labor in Customer Call-Centers. Paper presented at the 2001 meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association (PSA), San Francisco, CA, USA.
Rf Winiecki, D. (2000, November). Reconstructing talk: Talk-in-interaction in the online, asynchronous classroom. Paper presented at the 2000 Conference of the National Communication Association (NCA). Seattle, WA, USA.
I Winiecki, D. (2000, June). Instructional message design for distance education. Keynote address at Title III Distance Learning Conference 2000, Columbia Basin College, Pasco, WA.
I Winiecki, D. (2000, June). Managing conversations online. Title III Distance Learning Conference 2000, Columbia Basin College, Pasco, WA.
Rf Winiecki, D. (2000, April). Performance in the call center: Identifying and defining exemplary performance and making it a reproducible skill. Paper presented at the 38th International Conference of the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI), Cincinnati, OH, USA.
Rf Winiecki, D. (2000, April). Process and outcomes of building easy-to-learn-how-to-use software. Paper presented at the 38th International Conference of the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI), Cincinnati, OH, USA.
Rf Winiecki, D. (2000, April). The effects and affects of a distance education bootcamp to prepare adult learners for entry into an online graduate program. Paper presented at the 2000 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), New Orleans, LA.
Rv Winiecki, D. (2000, March). Customer support in the 21st century: Defining and promoting exemplary e-support performance. Paper presented at the Support Services Conference, Washington, D.C. USA.
Rf Winiecki, D. (1999, October). Preparing for learning: Designing and delivering a ‘bootcamp’ to help first semester students in a distance education class. Paper presented at RUFIS’99 (Role of Universities in the Future Information Society), Northern Arizona University, AZ.
Rf Winiecki, D. (1999, October). Keeping the thread: Techniques for helping distance students and instructors keep track of asynchronous discussions. Paper presented at RUFIS’99 (Role of Universities in the Future Information Society), Northern Arizona University, AZ.
Rv Winiecki, D. (1999, October). Preparing for learning: Designing and delivering a “bootcamp” to help first semester students in distance education become effective distance students. Paper presented at Telelearning ‘99, Austin, TX.
Rv Winiecki, D. (1999, August). Preparing students for asynchronous, computer-mediated coursework: Design & delivery of a “distance ed bootcamp.” Paper presented at the 15th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching & Learning, Madison, WI.
Rf Winiecki, D. (1999, June). Becoming a student in an asynchronous, computer-mediated classroom. Paper presented at ED-MEDIA 99, Word Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Seattle, WA.
Rf Chyung Y., Winiecki, D., Jo Ann Fenner (1999, June). Evaluation of effective interventions to solve the drop-out problem in adult distance education. Paper presented in ED-MEDIA ’99, Seattle, Washington.
Rf Winiecki, D. (1999, April). Conversational competence in the asynchronous classroom: A defining variable for membership in the asynchronous classroom culture. Paper presented at the 1999 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Rf Chyung, Y., Winiecki, D., & Fenner, J. (1999, April). A case study: Implementation of the ARCS model, the organizational elements model, and Kirkpatrick’s evaluation model in distance education. Paper presented in the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Rf Winiecki, D. (1999, March). Learning how to help: Ethnomethods at a computer help-desk. Paper presented at the 37th International Conference of the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI), Long Beach, CA, USA.
Rf Winiecki, D. (1999, February). Studying conversation in the asynchronous computer-mediated classroom: Conversation analysis in the 21st century. Paper presented at the First International, Interdisciplinary Conference: Advances in Qualitative Methods, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Rv Winiecki, D. J., & Chyung, Y. (1998, October). Keeping the thread: Techniques for helping distance students and instructors keep track of asynchronous discussions. Paper presented at Telelearning ’98, Portland, OR, USA.
Rf Winiecki, D. (1998, April). Learning how to be a student in an asynchronous, computer-mediated classroom: A social construction of technology. Paper presented at the 1998 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), San Diego, CA.
Rf Winiecki, D. & Chyung, S. Y. (1998, March). Using distance education to create distributed learning cultures and foster an interdependent learning organization. Paper presented at the 36th International Conference of the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI), Chicago, IL.
Rv Winiecki, D. (1997, October). Becoming a student in an asynchronous, computer-mediated classroom. Paper presented at the Third International Conference on Asynchronous Learning Networks, New York City.
Rf Winiecki, D. & Chyung, S. Y. (1997, April). Designing performance interventions to minimize the need for training. Paper presented at the 35th International Conference of the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI), Anaheim, CA.
Rv Chyung, S. Y. & Repman, J. L. & Lan, W. Y. & Winiecki, D. (1997, April). Instructional systems design of hypermedia CAI for graduate teacher education. Paper presented at SITE ’97, the 8th International Conference of the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education, Orlando, FL.
Rf Winiecki, D. & Chyung, S. Y. (1997, March). Designing for learnability: Helping people to teach themselves how to use computer software. Paper presented at the 1997 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Chicago, IL.
Rv Winiecki, D. (1996, March). Design, development, application & effects of the Learning-Support-System (LSS). Paper presented at the 10th International Self-Directed Learning Symposium, West Palm Beach, FL.
Rv Winiecki, D. (1996, February). Application of the Passive-Learning-Support-System (PLSS). Paper presented at the 1996 Conference of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology/AECT, Indianapolis, IN.
Rv Winiecki, D. (1996, January). Design for Learnability (DesiL): An engine to inform the design of easy-to-learn microcomputer interfaces. Paper presented at the Ninth International Conference on Qualitative Research in Education, Athens, GA.
Rv Winiecki, D. J., & Ahern, T. C. (1995, June). Application of the Passive-Learning-Support-System (PLSS). Paper presented at the National Educational Computing Conference/NECC, Baltimore, MD.
Rv Winiecki, D. (1995, January). The effects of a Passive Learning-Support-System (PLSS) on understanding and learning human-computer interaction tasks. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the Southwest Educational Research Association/SERA, Dallas, TX.
Rv Winiecki, D. (1994, June). The effects of discursive and non-discursive modes of command input and feedback in human-computer interaction. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education, Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia: ED-MEDIA ’94, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
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Rv Winiecki, D. & Ahern. T. C. (1994, June). Affect and effect of HCI paradigms on learning and using Logo. Paper presented at the National Educational Computing Conference/NECC, Boston, MA.
Rv Winiecki, D. (1994, April). The effects of discursive and non-discursive model of command input and feedback in human-computer interaction. Paper presented at the 21st Annual Student Research Conference at Eastern New Mexico University, Portales, NM.
Rv Winiecki, D. J., Lin, Shu-Ling & Ahern, T. C. (1994, February). The effects of metaphor and analogy on novice learners in a computer assisted lesson. Paper presented at the 1994 Conference of the Association of Educational Communications and Technology/AECT, Nashville, TN.
Rv Fox, H., Zhang, Y., Winiecki, D. (1993, February). Using advanced organizers for teaching language skills to ESL students. Paper presented at the 1993 Conference of the National Association of Bilingual Education/NABE, Houston, TX.
(NOTE: Materials for this presentation have been lost.)

For more information about Dr. Winiecki’s scholarly activities, see his personal website.