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Sheri Haderlie

Sheri Haderlie

Outreach Program Manager/Advisor Senior Lecturer of Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences

Contact Information

Phone: (435) 764-8764
Email: sheri.haderlie@usu.edu

Office Hours: By Appointment

Link to Vitae

Research Interests

school library media administration - adult learners

Education

PhD. Instructional Technology, Utah State University, Logan, Utah, 2001

MEd. Adult, Community, & Higher Education Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana, 1992

B.S. Home Economics Education, Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana, 1981

Selected Publications

Haderlie, S., (1999) as part of the Hypertext Research Group at Utah State University. Specified Learning Goals and Their Effect on Learners’ Representations of a Hypertext Reading Environment. International Journal of Instructional Media, 26 (1).

Wolcott, L. & Haderlie, S.. (1995) The Myth of Dangling Carrots: Incentives and Rewards for Teaching at a Distance. Proceedings of the Conference on Distance Teaching & Learning, 307-312.

Selected Presentations

Haderlie, S. (2001, Mar.) “Copyright Issues from the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) for School Library Media Specialists” – Annual meeting of Utah Educational Library Media Association (UELMA), Ogden, UT.

Haderlie, S. (1995, Aug.) "The Myth of Dangling Carrots: Incentives and Rewards for Teaching at a Distance" - Conference on Distance Teaching & Learning, Madison, WI.

Haderlie, S. (1995, Feb.)"Governance of the Information Highway: A Survey of Seven Western States" - Annual convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Anaheim, CA.

Awards and Honors

1996-1997 USU College of Education Graduate Teaching Assistant of the Year

Projects

Grants

Year Grant Name Funding Agency Amount
1994-1995 Faculty Incentives in Distance Education University Research Grants, Utah State University. (Competitive grant)  
1994 Governance of the Information Highway: A Survey of Seven Western States Utah Education Network. (Non-competitive grant)  
1992-1993 Common Assessment: Minimizing Political Volatility Montana Office of Public Instruction  

Teaching

INST 6300: Med Orientation
INST 5040: SLM Administration and Leadership
INST 6040: SLM Administration and Leadership
INST 6720: Instructional Technology in Adult Education
INST 4300: Clinical Experience in School Library Media
INST 5090: School Library Media Administration Practicum
INST 6090: School Library Media Administration Practicum