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Elizabeth Boling
Professor of Education; Associate Dean for Graduate Studies
Faculty
W.W. Wright Education Building Room Wright Ed Bldg 2124
Phone : (812) 856-8467
Fax: (812) 856-8239
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Department:  Office of Graduate Studies
Affiliations:  Instructional Systems Technology
My website:  http://www.elizabethboling.com/
 
 

ABOUT ME

I teach and conduct research on the use of images in instructional materials, ISD as a design endeavor and on teaching design. I am also a designer of interactive multimedia and other forms of teaching and learning materials.

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DEGREES

  • M.F.A. Fine Arts Printmaking, 1983, Indiana University Bloomington
  • B.F.A. Fine Arts Printmaking, 1979, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX

PUBLICATIONS

  • Smith, K.M. and Boling, E. (2009). What do we make of design" Design as a concept in educational technology. Educational Technology, July/August, 2009.
  • Buchanan, R., Cross, N., Durling, D., Nelson, H., Owen, C., Valtonen, A., Boling, E., Gibbons, A. Visscher-Voerman, I. (2013). Design. Educational Technology, 53(5), 25-42.
  • Boling, E., Easterling, W., Hardr, P., Howard, C., Roman, T. (2011). ADDIE: Perspectives in Transition. Educational Technology, 51 (5), 34-38.
  • Tracey, M. Boling, E. (2014). Preparing instructional designers. In (M. Spector, D. Merrill, M.J. Bishop J. Elen, Eds.) Handbook for research in Educational Communications and Technology, 4th Ed. New York, NY: Springer.
  • Boling, E. (2008). From students to scholars: Revision of the doctoral program in Instructional Systems Technology at Indiana University. In, M. Orey, J. McLendon R. Branch (Eds.). Educational Media and Technology Yearbook 2008. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited.
  • Boling, E. Smith, K. M. (2014). Critical issues in studio pedagogy: Beyond the mystique and down to business in B. Hokanson A. Gibbons (Eds.).Design Thinking, Design Processes, and the Design Studio.
  • Korkmaz, N. Boling, E. (2014). Development of design judgment in instructional design: perspectives from instructors, students and instructional designers in B. Hokanson A. Gibbons (Eds.).Design Thinking, Design Processes, and the Design Studio.
  • Boling, E. (2014). Making Alcatraz amazing.International Journal of Designs for Learning, 5(2)
  • 76-82.
  • Boling, E., Gray, C., Dagli, C., Demiral-Uzan, M., Ergulec, F., Tan, V., Altuwaijri, A., Gyabak, K., Hilligoss, M., Kizilboga, R. Tomita, K. (2015) Judgment and instructional design: How ID practitioners work in practice. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 28(3), 25-49.
  • Boling, E. and Smith K. M. (2011). The changing nature of design. In Reiser, R. and Dempsey, J. (Eds.), Trends and Issues in Instructional Design and Technology. (3rd Ed.), Prentice Hall.
  • Boling, E., Gray, C. M. (2014). Design: The topic that should not be closed.TechTrends, 58(6), 17-19.
  • Boling, E. and Smith, K. (2010). Intensive studio experience in a non-studio masters program: student activities and thinking across levels of design. Design and Complexity: Design Research Society Conference 2010
  • School of Industrial Design, Montreal (Quebec), Canada.
  • Howard, C., Boling, E., Rowland, G. Smith, K. M. (2012). Instructional design cases and why we need them. Educational Technology, 52(3)
  • 34-38.
  • Boling, E., Gray, C. Modell, M. (2014). Learners interpreting instructional images: Meaning-making and decision-making strategies. Journal of Visual Literacy, 33(2)
  • 27-52.
  • Boling, E. Smith, K.M. (2012). The design case: rigorous design knowledge for design practice. Interactions, (19)5, pp. 48-53.
  • Korkmaz, N. Boling, E. (2014). Development of design judgment in instructional design: perspectives from instructors, students and instructional designers in B. Hokanson A. Gibbons (Eds.). Design Thinking, Design Processes, and the Design Studio.
  • Gibbons, A., Boling, E. Smith, K. (2014). Design models. In (M. Spector, D. Merrill, M.J. Bishop J. Elen, Eds.) Handbook for Research in Educational Communications and Technology, 4th Ed. New York, NY: Springer.
  • Boling, E. Gray, Colin M. (2015). Designerly tools, sketching, and instructional designers and the guarantors of design. In B. Hokanson, G. Clinton M. W. Tracey (Eds.). The Design of Learning Experiences. New York, NY: Springer.
  • Boling, E. and Smith, K. (2009). Exploring standards of rigour for design cases. Undisciplined! Proceedings of the Design Research Society Conference 2008. D. Durling, C. Rust, L. Chen, P. Ashton and K. Friedman (Eds.). Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, UK.
  • Tracey, M. Boling, E. (2014). Preparing instructional designers. In (M. Spector, D. Merrill, M.J. Bishop J. Elen, Eds.)Handbook for Research in Educational Communications and Technology, 4th Ed. New York, NY: Springer.
  • Boling, E. Smith, K. M. (2014). Critical issues in studio pedagogy: Beyond the mystique and down to business in B. Hokanson A. Gibbons (Eds.). Design Thinking, Design Processes, and the Design Studio.
  • Boling, E. (2010). Design Sketching. Available from http://www.lulu.com/product/paperback/design-sketching/12435067.
  • Gibbons, A., Boling, E. Smith, K. (2014). Design models. In (M. Spector, D. Merrill, M.J. Bishop J. Elen, Eds.) Handbook for research in Educational Communications and Technology, 4th Ed. New York, NY: Springer.

PRESENTATIONS

  • Gibbons, A., Boling, E. and Schwier, R. (2008). Alternative perspectives for the training of instructional designers. Panel presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.
  • Boling, E. Gray, C.M. (2015). Students lived knowledge applied to learning visual methods in design. International Visual Literacy Association (IVLA), San Francisco, CA: November 2-3, 2015.
  • Boling, E., Hardre, P., Easterling, W., Korkmaz, N. and Howard, C. ( 2010). How do we Perceive Design Character in Educational Technology" Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Anaheim, CA
  • October, 2010.
  • Boling, E., Gray. C. Demiral-Uzan, M. (2014). Stop telling designers what to do: Reframing instructional design education through the lens of ID practice.Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT). Jacksonville, Florida. November 3-8, 2014.
  • Boling, E. Gray, C. (2014). Design in the real world: Situating academic conceptions of ID practice.Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT). Jacksonville, Florida. November 3-8, 2014.
  • Boling, E. Smith, K.M. (2012). Evolution of a studio class: Backing Into a traditional design. Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT), Louisville, KY.
  • November, 2012.
  • Boling, E. Gray C. M. Who are these novices" Challenging the deficit view of design students.American Educational Resaerch Association
  • Chicago, IL: April 16, 2015.
  • Boling, E., Gray, C. M. Smith, K. M. Studio teaching in the low-precedent context of instructional design: LEARNxDESIGN, 3rd International Conference for Design Education Researchers and PreK-16 Design Educators, Chicago, IL: June 28-30, 2015
  • Boling, E., Smith, K.M., Siegel, M. Parrish, P. (2013). Student goes on a journey
  • Stranger rides into to the classroom: Narratives and the instructor in the design studio. Design Research Society//cumulus Conference
  • Oslo, Norway, May 2013.
  • Boling, E., Altuwaijri, A., Jung, J., Gray, C., Yildirim, C., Modell, M. Howard, C. (2012). Learners strategies for interpreting instructional images. Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT), Louisville, KY.
  • November, 2012.
  • Boling, E. and Smith, K. (2010). Intensive studio experience in a non-studio masters program: Student activities and thinking across levels of design. Design Research Society Conference. Montreal, CA: July 6-9.
  • Korkmaz, N., Exter, M., and Boling, E. (2008). Students perceptions of peer critique in a blended instructional design course. Round table presentation at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.
  • Boling, E. and Smith, K.M. (2008). Exploring standards of rigour for design cases. Paper presented at the Design Research Society 2008 Conference, Sheffield, England, July 16-19.
  • Boling, E., Gray C.M. Tan, Verily. (2014). Instructional design in action: Observing the judgments of ID practitioners. American Educational Research Association (AERA). Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • April 2014.
  • Yancher, S. (2010). Instructional Design Beyond the Ideal of Technical Rationality: Connecting Scholarship and Practice. Symposium for SIG Design and Technology. American Educational Research Association, Denver, Colorado.
  • Boling, E. and Yamagata-Lynch, L. (2008). Activity Systems Analysis as a tool for instructional design. Association for Educational Communications and Technology. Orlando, FL: October, 2008.
  • Boling, E. and Smith, K. (2010) Design education in the studio: Iterations in the work of students studying instructional graphics design. American Educational Research Association, Denver, Colorado.
  • Design is Not Systematic: Alternative Perspectives on Design -- Designer as human instrument - panel session organized by David Jonassen. Association for Educational Communications and Technology. Orlando, FL: October, 2008.
  • Boling, E. (2009). How are designers taught to do what they do Multiple approaches to masters level design education. Structured poster session organized by Elizabeth Boling. American Educational Research Association, San Diego, California.
  • Boling, E. and Smith, K. M. (2009). Trustworthiness in design cases published as research. Poster. American Educational Research Association, San Diego, California.

ASSOCIATIONS

  • Associate Dean for Graduate Studies: Assumed administrative appointment summer 2010.
  • School of Education: Wrangler of DE Issues for School of Education
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