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Ph.D. - 1999
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Major: Curriculum and Instruction -- Instructional Systems Development
Dissertation: The design, development and evaluation of a web-based tool for helping veterinary students learn how to classify clinical laboratory data.
M.S. - 1996
Syracuse University, Major: Instructional Design, Development, and Evaluation
B.A. - 1994
Brigham Young University, Major: English, Minors: Film, Music
VPTH 530: Teaching and Learning in Veterinary Medical Education (3 CR course intended for graduate students and residents. Discusses the design and evaluation of effective learning environments and settings, with examples drawn from Veterinary Medical Education.)
VCS 314: Veterinarian in Society IV (Communication/leadership) (1CR). I direct the PCAL communication lab that accompanies the course.
Assessment and Continuous Curricular Quality Improvement in Medical Sciences Education
Teaching, Learning and Assessment of Diagnostic Problem Solving
Medical Sciences Education Methods
Service Team of the Year Award, Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine. (Presented to the Office of Curricular and Student Assessment) - 2012
Honorary Inductee, Phi Zeta, Veterinary Honor Society - 2011
Outstanding Service Award – AECT Research and Theory Division – 2011
Nominee, HCI faculty of the year - 2011
Outstanding Presentation Finalist – International Association of Medical Science Educators annual meetings, 2007, 2008
ISU Wakonse Teaching Fellow, 2007
Miller Faculty Fellow, Iowa State University, 2003/04
Virginia Tech XCaliber Award for excellence in teaching with technology, 2002
Veterinary Educator Symposium
Planning Commitee, 2012
Program Chair, 2014
International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE)
Program Committee, 2009-10
Research and Theory Division, Association for Educational Communication and Technology
Immediate Past President, 2008-09
Association for Educational Communication & Technology
International Association of Medical Science Educators
American Evaluation Association
American Educational Research Association
Danielson, J., Preast, V., Bender, H., and Hassall, L. (2014) Is the Effectiveness of Lecture Capture Related to Teaching Approach or Content Type? Computers & Education. 72:121-131
Danielson JA, Fales-Williams AJ, Sorden SD, Myers RK, Bender HS, Mills EM. (2008). Peer Assessment of a Senior Year Capstone Experience for Formative Evaluation of a Pathology Curriculum. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 35(3) 466-474.
Preast, V.A., Danielson, J.A., Bender, H.S. and Bousson, M. (2007). Effectiveness of a computer-based tutorial for teaching how to make a blood smear. Veterinary Clinical Pathology 36(3) 245-252.
Amanda Fales-Williams, Jared Danielson, Ronald Myers, Steven Sorden, Holly Bender. (2007) The Case Correlation Assignment: Connecting Antemortem and Postmortem Data in the Senior Year at Iowa State University. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 34, 183-193.
Danielson J.A., Mills, E.M, Vermeer, P.J., Preast, V.A., Young, K.M., Christopher, M.M., George, J.W., Wood, D.R. and Bender, H.S. (2007). Characteristics of a Cognitive Tool that Helps Students Learn Diagnostic Problem Solving. Educational Technology Research and Development 55, 499-520.
Fales-Williams, A. Kramer, T. Heer, R. and Danielson, J. (2005) A Quiz Becomes a Multidirectional Dialogue with Web-based Instructional Tools. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 32(1) 144-149.
Danielson J. A., Bender, H.S., Vermeer, P.J., Mills, E.M., & Lockee, B.B. (2003) A Tool for Helping Veterinary Students Learn Diagnostic Problem Solving. Educational Technology Research and Development 51(3), 63-81.