PUBLICATION RECORD

PUBLICATION RECORD

Refereed Papers:

Jones, G., Warren, S., Ennis-Cole, D., Knezek, G., Lin, L., Norris, C. (2014). Transforming the doctorate from residential to online: A distributed PhD in Learning Technologies. TechTrends, 58(4), 19-26.

Ennis-Cole, D. (accepted - 2014). Assistive Technologies for Autistic disorder, Asperger’s Syndrome, and Pervasive Developmental Delay-Not Otherwise Specified. Encyclopedia of Educational Technology, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Cullum, P., & Ennis-Cole, D., (2014). Preparing Adults with Autism Spectrum disorders for Employment. Online Journal for Workforce Education and Development, 7(1). Retrieved from http://opensiuc.lib.siu.edu/ojwed/vol7/iss1/6/

Ennis-Cole, D., Durodoye, B., & Harris, H. (July 2013). The impact of culture on Autism diagnosis and treatment: Considerations for counselors and other professionals. The Family Journal, 21(3), 279-287.<File>

Ennis-Cole, D.  & Parkman, C. (May–July, 2012). The parenting challenge: Selecting technology and non-technology interventions for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, i-manager's Journal on Educational Psychology, 6(1), 1-10.<File>

Ennis-Cole, D. (January, 2012). TEACHING STUDENTS WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS: TECHNOLOGY, CURRICULUM, AND COMMON SENSE. i-manager’s Journal on Educational Psychology,5(3), 52-61.<File>

Ennis-Cole, D., & Smith, D. (July, 2011). Assistive technology and autism: Expanding the technology leadership role of the school librarian. School Libraries Worldwide, 17(2), 86-98.<File>

Durodoye, B., Ennis-Cole, D., Ennis, III W., & Simpson, C. (Spring, 2008). Multicultural education and empowerment through faculty support programs. Perspectives in Peer Programs, 21(1).  <File>

Lawhon, T., Ennis-Cole, D. (2006). Copyright Laws and fair use in the digital era: Implications for distance-education programs in community colleges. The Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 30(5-6), 479-483. <File>

Lawhon, T., & Ennis-Cole, D. (2005, Spring). Advice from the trenches: Experienced educators discuss distance learning. The Journal of Faculty Development, 20(2), 105-110. <File>

Ennis-Cole, D. & Lawhon, T. (2004). Teaching, technology, and support in the new millennium: A guide for new community college teachers. The Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 28(7), 583-592. <File>

Lawhon, T. & Ennis-Cole, D. & Ennis, III. W. (2004). Illuminating the path to promotion and tenure: Advice for new professors. Journal of Faculty Development, 19(3), 153-161. <File>

Ennis, W. Jr., Ennis, W. III., Durodoye, B., Ennis-Cole, D. & Bolden, V. (2004). Counseling African American Clients: Professional counselors and religious institutions. Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Education, and Development, 43(2), 197-210. <File>

Cowan,C., Ennis-Cole, D., & Hudson, J. (2004). Successful Technology Integration: Critical Themes and Practical Illustrations. Teacher Education and Practice, 17(1), 1-25. <File>

Durodoye, B. & Ennis-Cole, D. (1998). Empowering counselors to work with senior adult clients in the computer Age. Educational Gerontology: An International Journal, 24(4), 359-371. <File>

Ennis-Cole, D., Allen, J. (1998). Challenges of Training and Retraining Mature Learners. The Journal for Vocational Special Needs Education. 20(3), 35-42.<File>

Ennis, D. (1997). Interdisciplinary database activities for fifth graders at Tomas Rivera. Journal of Computing in Childhood Education, 8(1), 83-88. <File>

Ennis, D. (1997). Structured programming concepts revisited. Journal of Computer Science Education, 11(3), 13-18. <File>

Ennis, W. III. & Ennis. D. (1996). Ten tips to aid teachers creating multimedia presentations. Journal of Computing in Teacher Education, 13(1), 16-20. <File>

Lawhon, T. & Ennis, D. (1996). Senior adults and computers in the 90s. Educational Gerontology, 22(2), 193-201. <File>

Lawhon, T. & Ennis, D. (1995). Technology impacts older Americans. Activities, Adaptation & Aging, 20(2), 51-64. <File>

Lawhon, T. & Ennis, D. (1995). Recruiting and selecting faculty. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 19(4), 349-359. <File>

Ennis, W. III, & Ennis, D. (1995-96). One dozen ways to motivate Teacher Education Faculty to use technology in instruction. Journal of Computing in Teacher Education, 12(2), 29-33. <File>

Ennis, D. & Ennis, W. III, (1994-95). Teaching C Programming ? why and how. Journal of Computer Science Education, 9(2), 13-16. <File>

Ennis, D. (1994). Combining problem solving instruction and programming instruction to increase the problem solving ability of high school students. Journal of Research on Computing in Education, 26(4), 488-496. <File>

Ennis, D. (1993). A transfer of database skills from the classroom to the real world. Computers in the Schools, 9(2/3), 55-64. <File>

Ennis, D. (1992). Programming and problem-solving: What have we learned? Journal of Computer Science Education, 6(4), 17-20. <File>

Other Publications and Proceedings:

Ennis-Cole, D. (2009, March). Autism and counselor advocacy: Counselor Considerations. Counselors for Social Justice Activist,9, 6. <File>

Ennis-Cole, D. (2004). Emerging Theories of Learning and Preservice Teachers. Presented at the AECT Professional Development Conference. UNT, Denton, Texas. Available: http://www.aect.org/pdf/AECT_UNT_Proceedings_2004.pdf <File>

Ennis-Cole, D. (2004). Using Microworlds in Teaching and Learning.. Presented at the AECT Professional Development Conference. UNT, Denton, Texas. Available: http://www.aect.org/pdf/AECT_UNT_Proceedings_2004.pdf <File>

Ennis-Cole, D. (2002). Evolution of Electronic Computers. In Mathematics, ed. Barry Max Brandenberger, Jr. New York: Macmillan Reference USA, <File>

Ennis-Cole, D. (2002).Computers of the Future. In Mathematics, ed. Barry Max Brandenberger, Jr. New York: Macmillan Reference USA, <File>

Ennis-Cole, D. (2002). Computer Aided Design. In Mathematics, ed. Barry Max Brandenberger, Jr. New York: Macmillan Reference USA, <File>

Walker, M., Ennis-Cole, D., & Ennis, III. W. (2000). Down to the Nuts and Bolts: Considerations for the Infusion of Classroom Technology. Abstracted in the Proceedings of the Technology in Teaching & Learning in Higher Education International Conference, Samos Island, Greece. <File>