Florida Atlantic University
United States of America - Boca Raton
- How Professional Development Choices Influence Faculty Self-Efficacy and Attitudes in the Adoption of Distance Learning Tools
- Integrating 1:1 Computing into the Elementary Classroom: Why Planning Time Makes a Difference
- Integrating Computational Thinking into Teacher Education through an Unplugged Robot Design Lesson
- Media and Historical Literacy: Changing the Context of History
- Online Pre-Service Teachers’ Self-Regulated Learning: Do Authentic Teaching Cases and Mastery Approach Goals Play a Role?
- Online Learning and Students with Disabilities – Accommodations to Support Diverse Learners in Online Learning Environments using a Universal Design for Learning Framework
- Developing and Modeling Pedagogy with Interactive Video
- Creative Applications of LibGuides to Teach Undergraduate Students Information Literacy Skills
- Putting the “P” into TPACK: Using Digital Tools to Design 21st Century Lessons
Dr. Jillian Powers is an Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) for the College of Education in the Department of Teaching and Learning. She earned her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with a specialization in Instructional Technology from FAU in 2014. Prior to this position, Dr. Powers was an Instructional Technology Instructor at FAU. She has also served as an Instructional Designer at Palm Beach State College and has a decade of experience as a computer teacher in PreK-8 schools. At FAU, Dr. Powers teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in instructional technology and design. Her research focuses on ways in which technology shapes the teaching and learning process, teachers’ adoption and integration of technology into classroom practice, and preparing pre-service teachers to integrate technology into their future classrooms. Her research has been published in journals such as the Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia and College & Undergraduate Libraries. Dr. Powers has also presented at numerous conferences and currently serves as Co-Chair of the Information Literacy Education Special Interest Group for the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education.