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Dr. Lisa Giacumo

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Lisa Giacumo, Ph.D
Assistant Professor

Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning
College of Engineering, ENGR 323
Boise State University
1910 University Dr.
Boise, ID 83725-2070

Office: (208) 426-1377
Email: lisagiacumo@boisestate.edu

Educational Background:

Dr. Giacumo received her Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Technology from Arizona State University, her M.S. in Curriculum Development and Instructional Technology and her B.A. in French Studies from SUNY University at Albany.

Teaching

Dr. Giacumo teaches: OPWL 535 Principles of Adult Learning

Peer-reviewed Conference Proceedings and Publications:

Giacumo, L. & Conley, Q. (2015). E-Learning authoring tools: How do e-learning developers gain competency using and selecting appropriate multimedia development tools. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology International Convention, Indianapolis, IN, USA.

Giacumo, L. & Breman, J. (2015). Cross-cultural, Global Training Programs: Tips and techniques to produce standardized training materials that work in a variety of cultural contexts. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology International Convention, Indianapolis, IN, USA.

Giacumo, L. & Breman, J. (2015, October). The gift that keeps giving: Eleven ways to extend the reach of capacity building projects for sector-wide performance improvement. Presentation at the annual LINGOs Global Learning Forum, Little Rock, AK, USA.

Conley, Q., Giacumo, L., & Sabo, K. (2014). Authoring Tool Shootout: The Big Bands and Best Practices for Choosing the Right E-Learning Development Tools. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology International Convention, Jacksonville, FL, USA.

Breman, J. & Giacumo, L. (2014). Badges in workforce education: The case of certification of humanitarian logistics in Oxfam. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology International Convention, Jacksonville, FL, USA.

Wright, K., Giacumo, L., & Savenye, W. (2013, October). The use of a holistic or analytic rubric in a self and peer evaluations. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology International Convention, Anaheim, CA, USA.

Giacumo, L., & Savenye, W. (2013). The Effects of Explicit Guidance in an Undergraduate Asynchronous Discussion. Annual Proceedings of the American Educational Research Association Meeting and Exhibition.

Giacumo, L., Kisicki, T., & Bostick, B. (2011). A Student Engagement Case Study. In M. Simonson (Ed.), 34th Annual Proceedings of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Vol. 1. (pp. 78-85).

Kisicki, T., Bostick, B., & Giacumo, L. (2011). Engaging Students 140 Characters at a Time. In Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2011 (pp. 1367-1371). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Williams, M.K., Wetzel, K., Foulger, T., Kisicki, T. & Giacumo, L. (2011). Explicitly Addressing TPACK in Preservice Teacher Curriculum. In M. Koehler & P. Mishra (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2011. (pp. 4429-4434). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Giacumo, L., Steeby, A., & Savvides, P. (2010). Making instructional design accessible in recessionary times: Lessons learned from partnership-based design and development. In M. Simonson (Ed.), 33rd Annual Proceedings of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Vol. 2. (pp. 108-113).

Giacumo, L., Savenye, W., & Sausville, G. (2010). 21st Century Community College Teaching Strategies and Medieval History: A Design and Development Project. In M. Simonson (Ed.), 33rd Annual Proceedings of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Vol. 2. (pp. 104-107).

Grants Awarded

Arizona State University, Division of Educational Leadership and Innovation – Travel Grant (2012, October). $500.00 for travel expenses to Louisville, KT for AECT, including multiple presentations of current research.

Arizona State University, Division of Educational Leadership and Innovation – Travel Grant (2011, October). $500.00 for travel expenses to Jacksonville, FL for AECT, including multiple presentations of current research.

Arizona State University, Graduate College – Travel Grant (2010, October). $500.00 for travel expenses to Anaheim, CA for AECT, including multiple presentations of current research.

Arizona State University, Graduate Student Organization – Jump Start Grant (2010, May). $500.00 for technology expenses to support an independent research project leading to dissertation work.

Arizona State University, Division of Psychology in Education – Travel Grant (2007, October). $500.00 for travel expenses to Anaheim, CA for AECT.

Hudson Valley Community College, Academic Affairs – New Course Development Grant (2004, May). $500.00 for a pre-service teacher educational technology course design and development.

Awards and Honors

Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) Design and Development Board Associate Fellow, 2013-2014.

Carnegie Mellon University and Pittsburgh Learn Lab Intensive Training, Invited participant, 2009.

Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) Fellow, 2008-2009.

Certificate of Completion for Teaching and Learning Workshop, Hudson Valley Community College, 2006.