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Fall 2013     ISSN 1096-1453     Volume 17, Issue 3

38 AUTHORS,    22 ARTICLES,     142 PAGES,     38% ACCEPTANCE RATE
AUTHORS   BY   ACADEMIC   RANK
   o5 PROFESSORS,    13 ASSOC PROF,    11 ASST PROF,    o3 INSTR,    o3 GRAD STU,    o3 OTHER

 
 Table of Contents

Editorial:   Communication    /  3

Studentsí Expectations for E-mailing Professors  /  5
	Courtney Waite Miller, Elmhurst College, IL
	Rachel M. Reznik, Elmhurst College, IL
Instructional Immediacy and Online Learner Sex  /  11
	Lisa T. Fall, University of Tennessee
	Stephanie Kelly, North Carolina A&T State University
	Scott Christen, Tennessee Technological University
Conflict Management Styles in the Classroom  /  18
	Stephen A. Furlich, Texas A&M University-Commerce, TX
	Derek C. Clapp, McLennan Community College, TX
An Intercultural Communication Project Study  /  24
	Yingli, Zhou China University of Mining and Technology Beijing 
	Jinai, Sun North Central College,IL
Expanding Critical Voice In Management Classrooms  /  30
	Vickie Cox Edmondson,  Morehouse College
	Rubina F. Malik, Morehouse College
Native Speakersí Perception of Nonnative Speakers  /  36 
	Burcu Ates, Sam Houston State University, TX
	Mary Petron, Sam Houston State University, TX
Consequences of Commodifying Education  /  41
	Roy Schwartzman, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Teachersí Conceptualizations of Integrated STEM  /  47
	Eric Weber, Oregon State University
	Shane Fox, Oregon State University
	Sydney Blough Levings, Oregon State University
	Jana Bouwma-Gearhart, Oregon State University
Authentic and Collaborative Writing Strategies  /  54
	Brianna Strahler, Butler Area School District, PA
The Persistence Autoethnography: A SoTL Inquiry  /  60
	Amanda O. Latz, Ball State University, IN
Effective Online Search and Evaluation Strategies  /  66
	Marwin Britto, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Introducing a Preparatory Physics course  /  73
	Edward J. Butterworth, Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Student Competition Communication Considerations  /  80
	James W. Jones, Ball State University, IN
Todayís Sputnik Challenge: STEM P-16 Collaboration  /  85
	Bernnell Peltier-Glaze, Texas Southern University, TX
	Jacqueline D.  Smith, Texas Southern University, TX
	Yoruba T. Mutakabbir, Texas Southern University, TX
Strengthening Communication and Classroom Climate  /  91
	Stephanie Watson Zollinger, University of Minnesota
	Tasoulla Hadjiyanni, University of Minnesota
One to One Initiative: A Case in Oklahoma  /  97
	Andrea Williams, Oklahoma State University
	Qiuying Wang, Oklahoma State University
The Use of Wikis in Online Education  /  103
	Edward J. Lazaros, Ball State University
	Cameron Davidson, Ball State University
Social Media & Communication Outcomes in Higher Ed  /  108
	Shelley D. Lane, University of Texas at Dallas
Use of Tablet PCs in STEM Domains  /  116
	Edward J. Lazaros, Ball State University
	Cameron Davidson, Ball State University
Teacher Commentary Via Speech Recognition  /  121
	W. Keith Duffy, The Pennsylvania State University
Service-Learning Case Studies: Lessons from Design  /  127 
	Abimbola O. Asojo, University of Minnesota
Grade Conversations and Learning about Grading  /  134
	Courtney N. Wright, University of Tennessee

KEYWORD  Subject/Topic Index  /  140-141
Editors' Choice an open access publication     Zeitgeist Essay - challenging issues that arise in classes     How-to-essay      Sound Instruction Series

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