Publications related to the Case It project
Funded by grants from the National Science Foundation (DUE 9455425, 9752268, 0229156, and 0717577):
Wolter, B.H.K., Lundeberg, M.A., Bergland, M.S., Klyczek, K.K., Tosado-Acevedo, R., Toro, A., and White, C.D. (2012) Student performance in a multimedia case-study environment. Journal of Science Education and Technology, doi 10.1007/s10956-012-9387-7.
Klyczek, K., Bergland, M., and Lundeberg, M. (2012) Computer Simulations Connecting Molecular Biology Laboratory Techniques with Bioinformatics Analysis and Student Research. The International Journal of Learning, Vol. 18(6):291-30.
Yadav, A.,Phillips, M.M., Lundeberg, M.A., Koehler, M.J., Hilden, K.H., & Dirkin, K.H. (2011). If a picture is worth a thousand words is video worth a million? Differences in affective and cognitive processing of video and text cases. Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 23(1), 15-37. DOI 10.1007/s12528-011-9042-y. (Note: this study is based on video versus text cases developed for the Case It project).
Lin, C., Bergland, M, and K. Klyczek (2011) Learner-centered methodology for designing and developing multimedia simulation for biology education. M.J. Smith, G. Salvendy (Eds.): Human Interface, Part I, HCII 2011, LNCS 6771, pp. 20–29, 2011. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
H. Kang, M. A. Lundeberg (2010) Participation in science practices while working in a multimedia case-based environment. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 47, 1116.
Wolter, B.H.K. (2010) The Influence of Alternative Pedagogical Methods in Postsecondary Biology Education: How do Students Experience a Multimedia Case-Study Environment. Dissertation completed at Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
Wolter, B.H.K., Lundeberg, M.A., and M. Bergland (2009) What Makes Science Relevant?: Student Perceptions of Experiences with Multimedia Case Learning Experiences in Ecology and Health. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association (AERA), San Diego.
Lundeberg, M.A. (2008) Case Pedagogy in Undergraduate STEM: Research We Have; Research We Need. White Paper commissioned by the Board of Science Education, National Academy of Sciences.
Foster, A., Wolter, B. H. K., Lundeberg, M. A., and Kang, H. (2008). What makes science learning relevant to students? Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association 85th Annual Conference, New York, NY.
Foster, A., Gwekwerere, Y., Lundeberg, M., Phillips, M., Manokore, V., Bergland, M., and Klyczek, K. (2006) Effects of an international, multimedia case-based learning environment on students’ perceptions, understanding and confidence in knowledge of HIV. ED-MEDIA 2006–World Conference Proceedings on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications.
Bergland, M., Lundeberg, M., Klyczek, K., Sweet, J., Emmons, J., Martin, C., Marsh, K., Werner,J., Jarvis-Uetz, M. (2006) Exploring biotechnology using case based multimedia. The American Biology Teacher, 682, 81-86.
Bergland, M., Klyczek, K., Lundeberg, M. (2006) Collaborative case-based learning of genetic and infectious diseases via molecular biology computer simulations and Internet conferencing. The International Journal of Learning, 138:149-154.
Klyczek, K., Bergland, M., Lundeberg, M. (2006) Addressing current issues in infectious diseases via case-based learning using molecular biology simulations. Focus on Microbiology Education, American Society for Microbiology 131:2-5.
Dirkin, K., Yadav, A., Phillips, M. Koehler, M., Hilden, K. and Lundeberg, M.A. (2005) Is the movie better than the book? Differences in engagement and delayed recall of video and text cases in science. ED-MEDIA 2005 – World Conference Proceedings on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Montreal, QC.
Bergland, M. and Klyczek, K. (2005) Case It! Case study learning via simulations of molecular biology techniques In Tested Studies for Laboratory Teaching, Volume 26. Association for Biology Laboratory Education ABLE. Michael O’Donnell, editor
Klyczek, K., M. Bergland and M.A. Lundeberg. (2004) Case It: Case-based learning via simulations of molecular biology techniques and Internet conferencing. BioQUEST Notes 13(1):10-13.
Lundeberg, M, M. Bergland, K. Klyczek, and D. Hoffman (2003) Windows to the world: perspectives on case-based multimedia web projects in science. Journal of Online Interactive Learning 1(3):1-16.
Lundeberg et al. (2003) Using action research to develop preservice teachers’ confidence, knowledge and beliefs about technology. Journal of Online Interactive Learning 1(4):1-16.
Lundeberg, M.A., Bergland, M., Klyczek, K. (2002) Using pre-service science teachers as research assistants for an international web-based project involving collaborative case-based learning. Proceedings of Pathways to Change: an international conference on transforming math and science education in the K16 curriculum. STEMTECH, University of Massachusetts – Amherst.
Lundeberg, M.A., Mogen, K., Bergland, M., Klyczek, K., Johnson, D., MacDonald, E. (2002) Fostering ethical awareness about human genetics through multimedia-based cases. Journal of College Science Teaching, 32 (1), 64-69.
Bergland, M., K. Klyczek, M. Lundeberg, K. Mogen, M. Nelson, and D. Johnson (2001) Case It! – a collaborative BioQUEST project to enhance case-based learning in university and high school biology education worldwide via molecular biology computer simulations and Internet conferencing. CAL-laborate, Vol. 6 http://science.uniserve.edu.au/pubs/callab/
Bergland, M., K. Klyczek, M. Lundeberg, K. Mogen, M. Nelson, and D. Johnson (2001) Case It!: Enhancing case-based learning in biology education through computer simulation and Internet conferencing. Teaching with Technology Today Vol. 7, No. 9: May 15, 2001 http://www.uwsa.edu/olit/ttt/bergland.htm
Lundeberg, M.A., M. Bergland, K. Klyczek, K. Mogen, D. Johnson & N. Harmes (1999) Increasing interest, confidence and understanding of ethical issues in science through case-based instructional technology. Educational Resources Information Center ERIC Clearinghouse on Assessment and Evaluation, document #TM029926.
Bergland, M., K. Klyczek, M. Lundeberg, K. Mogen, and D. Johnson (1999) Case It! – A project to integrate collaborative case-based learning into international undergraduate biology curricula. From: Selected papers from the 10th International Conference on College Teaching and Learning, J. Chambers, Ed. Florida Community College at Jacksonville. pp. 1-8.
The following articles on assessment of case study teaching do not relate directly to the Case It project, but are included here because of their relevance to the assessment process in undergraduate science settings. Note: Mary Lundeberg is the Co-PI in charge of assessment for the Case It project.
Lundeberg, M.A. and A. Yadav. (2006) Assessment of case study teaching – where do we go from here? Part I. Journal of College Science Teaching 35(5), March/April.
Lundeberg, M.A. and A. Yadav. (2006) Assessment of case study teaching – where do we go from here? Part II. Journal of College Science Teaching 35(6), May/June.