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Lisa Halverson

  • Brigham Young University David O McKay School of Education
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Research interests

Blended Learning Learner Engagement Online Learning

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Publications

Measuring student engagement in technology-mediated learning: A review

  • Henrie Curtis R
  • Lisa R. Halverson Lisa R
  • Graham Charles R
Computers & Education (2015)
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Review of Blended: Using disruptive innovation to improve schools

  • Graham Charles R
  • Henrie Curtis R
  • Halverson Lisa R
Teachers College Record (2015)
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A thematic analysis of the most highly cited scholarship in the first decade of blended learning research

  • Halverson L
  • Graham C
  • Spring K
  • Drysdale J
  • Henrie C
Internet and Higher Education (2014)
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An analysis of research trends in dissertations and theses studying blended learning

  • Drysdale J
  • Graham C
  • Spring K
  • Halverson L
Internet and Higher Education (2013)
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An analysis of high impact scholarship and publication trends in blended learning

  • Halverson Lisa R
  • Graham Charles R
  • Spring Kristian J
  • Drysdale Jeffery S
Distance Education (2012)
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Education history

Brigham Young University David O McKay School of Education