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Curriculum Vita

Education/Memberships Employment Teaching Experience Publications Presentations Other Scholarly Activities
Education, Memberships, and Awards
  • University of Nebraska-Lincoln – Ph.D. in Educational Studies: Higher Education Leadership with research in online education administration.
  • California State University-Hayward, Hayward, CA – 2001
    • M.S. in Education – Online Teaching and Learning
      • Thesis Project: Best Practices for Online Teaching
    • Certified Online Instructor, Cal State Hayward – 2000
  • Dallas Baptist University, Dallas, TX – 1999
    • B.A.S. Management of Information Systems and Management

Professional Organizations and Committee Memberships

  • AACE – Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education
  • ACCESS - Christian Distance Education Association
    • President, 2008-2009
    • Vice President, President-Elect - 2007-2008
    • 2008 Annual Conference Director
  • AECT - Association of Educational Communications and Technology
  • EDUCAUSE 2005 Southwest Regional Conference Committee
  • International Journal of Communications and Information Technology Education (IJICTE) International Editorial Review Board 2010-2014
  • National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA)
  • Phi Delta Kappa International
  • SERA Conference Proposal Reviewer 2012 Conference
  • Sloan Consortium Asynchronous Learning
    • Emerging Technology Conference Pedagogy Track Co-Chair (2008, 2009)
    • Faculty Development Mentor
    • Faculty Development Advisory Board
  • Texas Council of Professors of Educational Administration (TCPEA)
  • Texas Distance Learning Association
  • Waypoint Outcomes Advisory Board

Awards

  • The John R. Bourne Outstanding Achievement Award in Online Education, 2013. Sloan Consortium.
  • The Edgar L. Morphet Outstanding Dissertation Award (NCPEA), 2012.
  • Phi Delta Kappa Recognition of Merit for Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award, 2011-2012.
  • Sloan-C Effective Practice Award 2010 – A Quality Scorecard for the Administration of Online Education Programs.
  • e-Learning 2006 Outstanding Online Course Award (Instructional Technology Council - ITC)
  • Blackboard Bbionic Course, 2005 Exemplary Course Design (See Press Release).
Professional Employment
  • Associate Professor, Lamar University, Doctoral Studies in Ed. Leadership, Beaumont, TX 2011-Present
    • Teaching
      • Adult Learning Theories, Summer 2012
      • Dynamics of Leadership, Spring 2012
      • Foundations of Distance Learning, Summer 2012
      • Leadership in Higher Education, Fall 2012
      • Quantitative Research, Spring 2012, Summer 2012
      • Writing for Publication, Fall 2011
    • Developed technology five course cognate for doctoral program
  • Dean of Online Education, Dallas Baptist University, Dallas, TX, 1998 – 2003, 2003-2011
    • Responsible for the development, coordination and strategic planning for complete undergraduate and graduate degree programs delivered via the Internet. Program offers 54 complete graduate and undergraduate majors/degrees online which are broadly represent the university’s programs.
    • Recommend program marketing strategies.
    • Manage and direct the budget, program development, strategic planning, and a staff of 14 employees.
    • Manage online student enrollment issues.
    • Create administrative policy in conjunction with chief academic officer.
    • Trained over 400 instructors in online teaching and online course management including efficient methodologies for time management for teaching online and ePedagogy.
    • Trained over 250 instructors in online course creation, technology integration, and online instructional design.
    • Trained instructional designers and course developers.
    • Assist with the integration of instructional technology into the traditional campus curriculum.
    • Three years experience with eCollege.com - Internet technology provider for courseware management
    • Ten+ years experience with Blackboard, an in-house courseware management system for online course delivery, course enhancements and hybrid course delivery.
    • Converted the program’s online technology to Blackboard bringing the entire solution in house and converting 72 courses.
    • Responsible for the coordination of courses in hybrid format – split instructional delivery between traditional and online.
    • Assist college deans with faculty recruiting.
    • Curriculum development and outcomes assessment.
    • Policies and Procedures for exam proctoring.
    • Design and teach Blackboard faculty workshops available for all faculty.
    • Trained both faculty and university staff in various computer applications such as MS Word, MS PowerPoint, MS Excel, MS FrontPage, and computer skills such as the utilization of e-mail and Internet.

  • Distance Education Consultant – 2003 – present
    • Consulting for Online Education and Administration and Course Design
    • Clients include:
      • Arizona Western College
      • Baptist Bible College & Seminary
      • Carson Newman University
      • Cedar Valley College, Dallas Community College District
      • Cedarville University
      • Dallas Baptist University
      • El Centro Community College, Dallas Community College District
      • Highland Park School District
      • Lancaster Bible College
      • Moody Bible College
      • Northern Oklahoma College
      • Oklahoma Christian University
      • Oklahoma City University
      • Oklahoma Association of Community Colleges
      • Trinity International University
      • University of Central Oklahoma
      • Waypoint Outcomes

  • Instructional Program Manager, Florida Community College at Jacksonville, Florida, 2003
    • Co-managed the online program of 7,000 students per semester
    • Recruited and hired 50 certified online adjunct instructors nationwide
    • Oversaw course development review process for content management for online courses
    • Evaluated instructor teaching performance and recommended program improvements.
  • Campus Technology Manager, Arlington ISD, Arlington, TX 1996 – 1998
    • Managed the overall technology for an elementary school and encouraged technology integration into the elementary curriculum.
    • Trained teachers in the use of email, web pages, and electronic grade books, and computer presentations.

  • Researcher/Consultant, Shelton-Burton, Textbook Authors, Dallas, TX, 1993 – 1998
    • Developed textbook resources, exams, edited copy and designed indexes for college textbooks (computing and business disciplines).

  • Database Consultant, Self-employed, Dallas, TX, 1988 –1993
    • Created Unix-based point of sale databases for a specific type of industry.
    • Customized databases and trained the staff in A/R procedures.
Teaching Experience
  • Lamar University, Beaumont, TX
    • Applied Research
    • Dynamics of Leadership
    • Leadership of Higher Education
    • Foundations of Distance Learning
    • Quantitative Research
    • Scholarly Writing (Academic Writing)
    • Writing for Publication

  • Abilene Christian University, Abilene, TX
    • Educational Leadership and Change Management
  • Dallas Baptist University, Dallas, TX
    • Online Instructor (Assistant Professor of Adult Education)
      • Distance Education Design and Administration - 2005 until present
      • Survey of Fine Arts– 2000 until 2005
      • Experiential Learning – 2003 until present
      • Educational Foundations – Online Fall 2002
      • Guest Lecturer – Technology in Education
      • Online Course Developer– Survey of Fine Arts (Award winner) and Distance Education Design and Administration

    Florida Community College at Jacksonville
    • Adjunct Online Instructor
      • Introduction to Educational Technology, instructor and course developer

    Sloan's Asynchronous Learning Network - Faculty Mentor for Exemplary Online Courses

Publications
  • Cummings, C., Mason, D., Shelton, K., & Bauer, K. (in press). Active learning assessment strategies for online and blended learning environments. In S. Keengwe (Ed.). Models for improving and optimizing online and blended learning in higher education. Hershey, PA: IGI-Global Publishing.
  • Shelton, K., Cummings, C., & Mason, D. (in press). Strategies for online course development to promote student success. In V. Wang (Ed.), Encyclopedia of education and technology in a changing society. Hershey, PA: IGI-Global Publishing.
  • Shelton, K., Pedersen, K., & Holstrom, Lisa. (2014). Evidencing quality using the Sloan-C Quality Scorecard. In M. Orleans (Ed.). Cases on critical and qualitative perspectives in online higher education (pp. 394-414). Hershey, PA: IGI-Global Publishing.
  • Moore, J., & Shelton, K. (2013). The Sloan Consortium Pillars and Quality Scorecard. In K. Shattuck (Ed.), Assuring quality in online education: Practices and processes at teaching, resource, and program levels (pp. 40-49). Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.
  • Moore, J., & Shelton, K. (2013). Social and student engagement and support: The Sloan-C Quality Scorecard for the Administration of Online Programs. The Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 17(1), 53-76.
  • Shelton, K. (2013). Finding quality in online education programs. In K. Lane & C. Mullen (Eds.), NCPEA annual yearbook 2013: Becoming a global voice (pp. 53-64). Ypsilanti, MI: NCPEA Publications.
  • Shelton, K. (2012). Forward. In J. S. Sonko, A brief on distance education: In Sub-Saharan Africa, (p. iii). Euless, TX: AfricaInfonet Publishing.
  • Shelton K. & Isernhagen, J. (2012). Examining elements of quality in online education programs. In J. Tareilo & B. Bizzell (Eds.), NCPEA handbook on virtual/online instruction and programs in education leadership (pp. 157-167). Ypsilanti, MI: NCPEA Publications.
  • Shelton, K., & Moore, J.C. (Ed.). (2011). Quality scorecard for the administration of online programs: A work in progress. Newbury Port, MA: The Sloan Consortium.

  • Shelton, K. (2011, Spring). A review of paradigms for evaluating the quality of online education programs. Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, IV(I). Available: http://www.westga.edu/~distance/ojdla/spring141/shelton141.html

  • Shelton, K., & Saltsman, G. (2011). Applying the ADDIE model to online instruction. In Information Resources Management Association (Ed.), Instructional design: Concepts, methodologies, tools and applications (pp. 566-582). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

  • Shelton, K. (2010). A quality scorecard for the administration of online education programs: A Delphi study. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 14(4), 36-62.

  • Shelton, K. (2010). A new tool to evaluate the administration of online programs. Distance Education Report, 14(21), 4-5.

  • Shelton, K. (2010). A quality scorecard for the administration of online education administration. Sloan-C Effective Practices, 2010 Award winner. Available: http://bit.ly/da04uK

  • Puzziferro, M. & Shelton, K. (2010). Seven updated principles for supporting online faculty. Distance Education Report, 14(4), 3, 6.

  • Shelton, K. (2009). Does strong faculty support equal consistent course completion? It has for Dallas Baptist University. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 13(3). Available: http://www.sloanconsortium.org/jaln/v13n3/does-strong-faculty-support-equal-consistent-course-completion-it-has-dallas-baptist-univ

  • Puzziferro, M. & Shelton, K. (2009). Challenging our assumptions about online learning: A vision for the next generation of online higher education. Distance Learning, 6(4), 9-20.

  • Puzziferro, M. & Shelton, K. (2009). Supporting online faculty - revisiting the Seven Principles (A few years later). Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, XII, (III). Available: http://www.westga.edu/~distance/ojdla/fall123/puzziferro123.html

  • Shelton, K. & Saltsman, G. (2009). Tips and tricks for teaching online. In K. White (Ed.), The new online teaching guide (pp. 70-80). Raleigh, NC: Lulu Publishing.

  • Everhart, D. & Shelton, K. (2009). From information literacy to scholarly identity: Effective pedagogical strategies for social bookmarking. In H. Yang and S. Yuen (Eds.), Collective intelligence and e-learning 2.0: Implications of web-based communities and networking (pp. 167-184). Hershey, PA: IGI-Global Publishing.

  • Puzziferro, M. & Shelton, K. (2008). A model for developing high-quality online courses: Integrating a systems approach with learning theory. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Environment Learning Networks, 12(3). Available: http://sloanconsortium.org/node/1409

  • Shelton, K., & Saltsman, G. (2008). Applying the ADDIE model to online instruction. In L. Tomei (Series Ed.) & L. Tomei (Vol. Ed.), Advances Series: Vol 2. Adapting information and communication technologies for effective education (pp. 40-57). Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing.
  • Shelton, K., & Saltsman, G. (2006, August). Faculty issues in online education. University Business, 9(8), 73-76. Available: http://www2.universitybusiness.com/viewarticle.aspx?articleid=275

  • Southworth, H., Cakici, K., Vovides, V., & Zvacek, S. (2006). Blackboard for Dummies. Indianapolis, IN: Wiley Publishing. (Contributor)

  • Shelton, K. & Saltsman, G. (2006). Using the ADDIE Model to teach online. International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education, 2(3), 14-30.

  • Shelton, K. & Saltsman, G. (2005). An administrator's guide to online education. Greenwich, CT: Information Age.
  • Shelton, K. & Saltsman, G. (2004, October). Tips and tricks for teaching online: How to teach like a pro!. International Journal of Instructional Technology & Distance Learning, 1(10), 53-64. Available: http://www.itdl.org/Journal/Oct_04/article04.htm
  • Shelton, K. & Saltsman, G. (2004, January). The dotcom bust: A postmortem lesson for online education. Distance Learning, 1(1), 19-23.
  • Shelton, K., & Saltsman, G., Lakey, P. & Lakey, R. (2002). Panel discussion: A successful online education program. World Conference on E-Learning in Corp., Govt., Health., & Higher Ed. 2002(1), 1085-1088. [Online]. Available: http://dl.aace.org/9488
Presentations, Papers, and Workshops
  • Shelton, K., & Saltsman, G. (2014). Crash course: Making the transition: Practical solutions for the blended and online classroom (Invited workshop). Qatar University OFID Days Annual Conference, Doha, Qatar.
  • Shelton, K. (2014). Teaching in the digital age (Invited keynote). Qatar University OFID Days Annual Conference, Doha, Qatar.
  • Mason, D., Shelton, K., & Cummings, C. (2013, December). Free and low cost tools for teaching online. LaCue’s 29th Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.
  • Shelton, K., Pedersen, K., & Holstra, L. (2013, November). Preconference workshop: Using the Quality Scorecard for the administration of online programs. 19th Annual Sloan Consortium International Conference on Online Learning, Orlando, FL (invited).
  • Shelton, K. (2013, October). The Quality Scorecard in Latin America. VIII CREAD Caribbean Conference, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
  • Shelton, K. (2013). Teaching strategies for online instructors. Southern Nazarene University faculty workshop, Bethany, OK.
  • Shelton, K., Cummings, C., & Mason, D. (2013, August). Strategies for online course development to promote student success, Blast-Off: August Faculty Workshops, Beaumont, TX.
  • Shelton, K., Butcher, J., & Eikenberg, B. (2013, August). Low or no budget online tools for student engagement, Blast-Off: August Faculty Workshops, Beaumont, TX.
  • Shelton, K., Butcher, J., & Eikenberg, B. (2013, May). Low or no budget online tools for student engagement, Digital Ticket Online Learning Conference, Beaumont, TX.
  • Saltsman, G., & Shelton, K. (2013, April).  Back to the future: Online education 2.0. 6th Annual International Symposium for Emerging Technologies for Online Learning International Symposium, Las Vegas, NV (invited, featured session).
  • Shelton, K. (2013, April). How to succeed in an online course. Academic Enhancement Workshop, Lamar University, Beaumont, TX.
  • Shelton, K. (2013, March). Demystifying the Delphi method. Education Today: Trends and Research 2013, Beaumont, TX.
  • Shelton, K. (2013, March). Finding the quality in online education programs: Using the Quality Scorecard. ACCESS: Mobile and Social Learning in Christian Distance Education, Abilene, TX (invited).
  • Shelton, K. (2013, February). Exemplary institutions: Ensuring program quality. Sloan Consortium, Online workshop.
  • Shelton, K. (2012, October). The Quality Scorecard for Online Programs. Red Ilumna’s Second Leadership Summit, Bogotá, Colombia.

  • Shelton, K., Moore, J., Pedersen, K., & Gearhart, D. (2012, October). Preconference workshop: Using the Quality Scorecard for the administration of online programs. 18th Annual Sloan Consortium International Conference on Online Learning, Orlando, FL.

  • Shelton, K., & Moore, J. (2012, September). Using the Quality Scorecard for the administration of online programs. Today’s Campus and Sloan Consortium, online webinar (invited).

  • Shelton, K. (2012). The Edgar Morphet Dissertation Lecture: A Quality Scorecard for the administration of online education programs. NCPEA 66th Annual Conference, Kansas City, MO (invited).

  • Shelton, K., & Isernhagen, J. (2012). A Quality Scorecard for the administration of online education programs. NCPEA 66th Annual Conference, Kansas City, MO.

  • Shelton, K. (2012). A Quality Scorecard for the administration of online education programs. Network of American Universities Academic Meeting, Miami, FL (invited).

  • Shelton, K., Mixon, J., & Young, K. (2012). Tips and tricks for teaching online: How to teach like a pro! Digital Ticket Online Learning Conference, Beaumont, TX.

  • Shelton, K. (2012, March). A Quality Scorecard for the administration of online education programs: A Delphi study. Education Today: Trends and Research, Beaumont, TX.

  • Shelton, K. (2012, March). Using the Quality Scorecard for the administration of online programs. SUNY SOL Summit 2012, Manhattan, NY (invited).

  • Shelton, K. (2012, February). Exemplary online course development. Texas A&M Commerce Early Childhood and Development, virtual presentation (invited).

  • Shelton, K. (2012, February). Demystifying the Delphi Method. Southwestern Educational Research Association’s 35th Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.
  • Shelton, K. (2011, December). Finding the quality in online education programs: Using the quality scorecard. The 2011 Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

  • Shelton, K. (2011, November). Using the quality scorecard for the administration of online education programs: A panel discussion.  The 17th Annual Sloan Consortium International Conference on Online Learning, Orlando, FL.

  • Shelton, K. (2011, October). Using the quality scorecard (online workshop). The Sloan Consortium.
  • Shelton, K. (2011, May). A quality scorecard for online education programs. Distance Learning Administration Conference, Savannah, GA.
  • Shelton, K. (2011, April). A quality scorecard for the administration of online education programs. Texas Distance Learning Association (TXDLA) Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX.
  • Shelton, K. (2011, April). A quality scorecard for online education programs. Sloan Consortium online webinar, Dallas, TX.
  • Shelton, K. (2011, April). A quality scorecard for the administration of online education programs: A Delphi study. Friday Symposium, Dallas Baptist University, Dallas, TX.
  • Shelton, K. (2010). A quality scorecard for the administration of online education programs. Effective Practice, 16th Annual International Conference on Online Learning, Orlando, FL.
  • Shelton, K. (2010). What does a quality online education program look like?. Heartland Conference, University of Central Oklahoma, Oklahoma.

  • Shelton, K. (2009). Assessing and aggregating learning outcomes. BbWorld 2009 Conference, Maryland.

  • Puzziferro, M. & Shelton, K. (2009). Challenging our assumptions about online learning: A vision for the next generation of online higher education. Keynote presentation for Distance Learning Administrator's Conference, St. Simons, GA., June, 2009.

  • Shelton, K. (2009). High-level online faculty support for low-level cost. Distance Education Report, Invited Online Seminar, Magna Publishing.

  • Shelton, K. (2009, April). Assessing and aggregating learning outcomes. Texas Distance Learning Association 2009 Annual Conference, Corpus Christie, TX.

  • Shelton, K. (2009, March). Assessing and aggregating learning outcomes: Easier than herding cats. ACCESS 2009 Annual Conference, Virginia Beach, VA.

  • Shelton, K. (2008, November). Tips for teaching online. Texas Wesleyan University, guest speaker for National Distance Learning Week, Fort Worth, TX.

  • Shelton, K. & Everhart, D. (2008, May). From information literacy to scholarly identity: Effective pedagogical strategies for social bookmarking. Sloan-C International Symposium on Emerging Technology Applications for Online Learning, Carefree, AZ.

  • Shelton, K. & Shiffer, S. (2008, March). Engaging online course design. Preconference workshop for ACCESS 2008 Annual Conference, Dallas, TX.

  • Shelton, K. (2008, January). Building Learning Community Online. Invited online presentation for Source of Light Ministries.

  • Shiffer, S. & Shelton, K. (2007, November). Building a lesson that leads to success in an online class. Texas Blackboard Users Group Conference, Dallas, November, 2007.

  • Shelton, K. & Everhart, D. (2007). From information literacy to scholarly identity: Effective pedagogical strategies for social bookmarking. EDUCAUSE National Conference, Seattle, October, 2007.

  • Everhart, D., Kunnen, E. & Shelton, K. (2007). From information literacy to scholarly identity: Effective pedagogical strategies for social bookmarking. Blackboard Users Group National Conference, Boston, July, 2007.
  • Gage, K., Shelton, K., Sadowski, K., & Heydenberg, P. (2007). Using Blackboard in your campus emergency response plan. Blackboard Users Group National Conference, Boston, July 2007.

  • Everhart, D., Waterhouse, S., Engle, J., & Shelton, K. (2007). Beyond the bells and whistles: Greenhouse exemplary courses. Blackboard Users Group National Conference, Boston, July 2007.

  • Shelton, K. (2007, March). Rich interactive online course development and online teaching strategies. Invited presentation for Oklahoma Association for Community College's 40th Annual Conference, Oklahoma City, Ok.

  • Shelton, K. (2007, February). Building effective online education administration. Invited Preconference Workshop for ACCESS/ABHE Annual Conference in Orlando, FL.

  • Shelton, K. (2007, February). Taking online education to the next level. Invited Presentation for ACCESS/ABHE Annual Conference in Orlando, FL.

  • Everhart, D., Engle, J., Graf, D., Shelton, K. & Waterhouse, S. (2007, January). Evaluating exemplary e-learning: A rubric and associated best practices for the EDUCAUSE learning initiative annual meeting in Atlanta, GA.

  • Shelton, K. (2006, October). Common issues in online education presented at the Association for Communications and Technology National Conference in Dallas, TX.

  • Shelton, K. (2006, October). Best practices in online education presented at the Southwest Council of Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs Conference in Dallas, TX.
  • Shelton, K. (2006, September-October). Getting started - online course development basics workshop, exemplary course contributor, for the Sloan-C Online Workshop Series.

  • Shelton, K. (2006, May). Rich interactive online course development invited Internet presentation to the Virtual High School of Maryland.

  • Shelton, K. (March, 2006). Project management for creating rich, interactive online courses presented at BBWorld '06 in San Diego, CA.

  • Shelton, K. (2006, February). Tips and tricks for teaching online. Invited workshop presented at the University of North Texas Center of Distributed Learning Brown Bag, Denton, TX.

  • Shelton, K. & Shiffer, S. (2005, November). Bbionic course demonstration. Session presented at Texas Blackboard Users Group at Texas Woman's University, Denton, TX.

  • Shelton, K. & Saltsman, G. (2005, June). Faculty support for online course development. Invited Internet audioconference for Instructional Technology Council.

  • Shelton, K. & Saltsman, G. (2005, April). Faculty support for online course development. Paper presented at E-Learning 2005 Conference, Dallas, TX.

  • Shelton, K. (2005, February). Online education administration. Invited pre-conference workshop presented at 2005 ACCESS Conference Christian Distance Education Association, San Antonio, TX.

  • Shelton, K. (2005, February). Teaching online is like gardening. Paper presented for 2005 ACCESS Conference, the Christian Distance Education Association, San Antonio, TX.

  • Shelton, K. & Saltsman, G. (2004, June). Tips and tricks for teaching online: How to teach like a pro!. Paper presented for Association for Educational Telecommunications Summer 04 Conference, Emerging Technologies and Theories for Teaching and Learning, Denton, TX, 2004.

  • Shelton, K. (2004, February). Online education: Rooted in values for a new vision. Keynote presentation for Accrediting Association of Bible Colleges (AABC) and ACCESS Conference, Orlando, Florida, 2004.

  • Schnitzer, M. & Shelton, K. (2003, June). Meeting the demand of growing enrollments in distance learning: Course development projects. Paper presentation for EDUCAUSE Southeast Regional Conference, Atlanta, GA.

  • Shelton, K. & Saltsman, G. (2003, February). Planning for the delivery of an online degree program. Paper presentation for EDUCAUSE Southwest Regional Conference, Dallas, TX.

  • Shelton, K., Saltsman, G., Lakey, R. & Lakey, P. (2002, October). A successful online education program. Panel discussion for E-Learn 2002, 7th Annual World Conference of the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, Montreal, Canada.

  • Zollinhofer, M., Saltsman, G. & Shelton, K. (2002, June). A real conversation of a virtual collaboration: Chalk it up to Blackboard. Session presentation for Annual Conference of the Technology and Communication Officers of the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities, Abilene Christian University, Abilene, TX.

  • Lakey, R., Lakey, P., Saltsman, G. & Shelton, K. (2002, June). Web-based resources for faculty enrichment. Session presented for Annual Conference of the Technology and Communication Officers of the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities, Abilene Christian University, Abilene, TX.

  • Shelton, K. & Mankoff, J. (2002). ASP hosting vs. in-house solutions: Which inferno is worse? Presentation for the National Blackboard Users Group, Phoenix, AZ, 2002.

  • Shelton, K. (2001). Best practices of online classroom management. Paper presented for DATATEL Users Group. Washington DC.

  • Shelton, K. (2001). Survey of fine arts online course demonstration. Session presented for the Center for Internet Technology in Education (CITE) Conference, Denver, CO, 2001.

  • Shelton, K. (2001). Building online learning communities. Paper presented for Stop Surfing, Start Teaching Conference, Myrtle Beach, SC.

  • Linamen, L. & Shelton, K. (2000). DBU Online: And they said it would not work!. Session presentation for Christian University Global Net (CUGN), Denver, CO.

Other Scholarly Activities

Students, Dissertation Chair

  • Bays, S. (2013). An examination of teacher and student perceptions of student behavior following the implementation of a character education curriculum in a Texas high school. Lamar University, Beaumont, TX.
  • Fong, D. (2013). A study of high school veteran teachers who have changed instructional paradigms to embrace digital tools: Framed within Adult Learning Theory. Lamar University, Beaumont, TX.
  • Juneau, C. (2014). A phenomenological study of transformational and transactional leadership behaviors of principals in highly rated Louisiana schools serving elementary through high school grades. Lamar University, Beaumont, TX.
  • Stanfield, S. (2013). The iPod revolution: An exploratory case study of the implementation of an iPod touch pilot program. Lamar University, Beaumont, TX.
  • Wilson, R. (2013). A phenomenological narrative study of Texas district administrators’ perspectives regarding the effectiveness of their districts’ virtual school programs. Lamar University, Beaumont, TX.


Students, Dissertation Committee

  • Burgin, R. (2012). A numeric scorecard assessing the mental health preparedness for large-scale crises at college and university campuses: A Delphi study.  Dallas Baptist University, Dallas, TX.
  • Dumbre, J. (2013). Curriculum implementation at international branch campuses of United States higher educational institutions in the Gulf region:  A narrative study. Lamar University, Beaumont, TX.
  • Tabor, B. (2012), An investigation of the development, implementation, and evaluation of online learning programs for small rural public schools in Texas. Lamar University, Beaumont, TX.

Institutional Committee Involvement

  • Lamar University
    • Financial Aid Committee (2011-2013)
    • Faculty Learning Community: Developing Online Courses of Substance (2011-2012)
    • College committee on Faculty Office Hour Policy (2013-2014)
    • Departmental committee for online teaching stipend/scheduling (2012)
    • Member of two faculty search committees (2012)
    • Co-chair, faculty search committee (2013)
    • CARSI Editorial Review Board, Lamar University
    • Shelton, K. (2013, April). How to succeed in an online course. Academic Enhancement Workshop, Lamar University, Beaumont, TX.
    • Shelton, K., Cummings, C., & Mason, D. (2013, August). Strategies for online course development to promote student success, Blast-Off: August Faculty Workshops, Beaumont, TX.
    • Shelton, K., Butcher, J., & Eikenberg, B. (2013, August). Low or no budget online tools for student engagement, Blast-Off: August Faculty Workshops, Beaumont, TX
  • Dallas Baptist University
    • Academic Committee
    • Distance Education Steering Committee
    • Deans’ Council
    • Financial Aid Committee
    • Institutional Assessment (preparation for SACS)
    • Piper/Faculty Grievance Committee
Community Involvement
  • 2014-present Board Member, Bridgehaven Child Advocacy Center, Dayton, TX.
  • 2013-2015 School Board Member, First Baptist Academy, President 2013-2014.
  • 2012-2013 Barbers Hill Lion Club, Mont Belvieu, TX.
  • 2004-2006 Vice President of Communications, PTSA, Timberview High School, Mansfield, TX.
  • 2007-2008 Parliamentarian, PTSA, Timberview High School .
  • 2004-2006 Site Based Steering Team, Timberview High School, Mansfield, TX .
  • 2004-2006 Baseball Booster Club Representative, Timberview High School, Mansfield, TX.

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