Throughout my career I have endeavored to document and share the work I have done so that it might form a clear
foundation for others to build upon. Most of my written work has been in the form of proprietary documents
and white papers owned by the companies for whom I worked.
Now that I have my own firm I am seeking to share my work more widely through our ROI Learning Services'
White Papers and our
Professional Guidelines Series.
Listed below are articles, reviews, and letters published in peer-reviewed professional journals and magazines.
These deal with subjects in management, creativity, education, and technology. [Please do not reproduce or
distribute these papers without first obtaining my written permission. Thank you.]
- "Designing Instructional Articles in Online Courses for
Adult Learners," co-authored with Herbert
L. Bivens, Innovate (a peer-reviewed online journal published by the Nova Southeastern University), Vol. 1, Issue 2, December 2004/January 2005. (local copy)
- "Put 'Earn' in Your Learning,"
Professional Insight, Western Ohio Chapter of the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD),
July, 2003, pp. 5-6.
- "Promoting Learning with
Personalized Newsletters," The Technology
Source, Michigan Virtual University, Jan/Feb 2003.
presentation (ULiveandLearn.com, 55 minutes)
- "Nutzlos, Bien Pratique, or Muy Util?: Business Users Speak Out
on the Value of Pure Machine Translation," presented at the
"Translation and the Computer"
(TatC-24) Conference in London on November 21, 2002.
- "Getting the Message In: A Global Company’s Experience with the
New Generation of Low-Cost, High Performance Machine Translation Systems," Machine Translation:
From Research to Real Users, S.D. Richardson (Ed.), 5th Conference of the Association for Machine
Translation in the Americas, AMTA 2002 Tiburon, CA, USA,
October 6-12, 2002.
- "Interpersonal Knowledge Sharing: The
Low-tech, High-touch Side of KM [.ppt, 973 KB]," Global Benchmarking Council Conference on
KM Palm Beach, FL, USA, March 6-8, 2002.
- "K-12 Technology Support Survey Report,"
EdTech Mail List, January, 1995.
- "The Evolution of Software Architecture," Datamation,
February 1, 1985. (Describes the emergence of User Interface Systems.)
- "Lear's Fool: Coping With Change Beyond Future Shock,"
New Management, Volume 2, Number 2, Fall 1984.
- "Human Factors Guidelines for Terminal Interface Design,"
Communications of the ACM, July, 1983, pp. 484-494.
- "Important Issues in Information Resource Management,"
OAC '83 Conference Digest, AFIPS, February, 1983, pp.
- "How to Apply 'Zero-Based Thinking' to Decision-Making,"
Management Review, March, 1982, pp. 34-36.
- "Aviation Wide-Angle
Visual System (AWAVS) Computer Image Generator (CIG) Visual System," Technical Report,
General Electric Company, 1979, 86 pp. (NTIS Order Number: AD-A065 060/6;
DTIC Accession No. ADA065060.)
- "Computer Generated Stereograms: A New Dimension for
the Graphics Arts," Computer Graphics, SIGGRAPH ACM,
Volume10, Number 2, 1976, pp. 19-24. (Article in PDF format)
- "Contemporary Issues in Educational
Processes, Tools, and Solution Options in K-12 Applications,"
University of Dayton, School of Education,
April, 1995. (Focuses on technology planning, technology
introduction, and technology and user support.)
- "System Description - Aviation Wide-Angle Visual System (AWAVS) Computer Image Generator (CIG) Visual System.,"
General Electric Company, Space Division,
February, 1979. (Describes $2.2 M CIG flight simulator for aircraft carrier takeoff and landing delivered to the Naval Training Equipment Center in Orlando, FL.)
Letters and Reviews:
- Innovation and Entrepreneurship by Peter Drucker
(book review), NCR Managing, August 1985.
- The Human Factor by Rubinstein and Hersh (book review),
Datamation, May 1, 1985.
- "User Friendliness Revisited,"
MIS Quarterly, December, 1984.
- "In Defense of Strategic Planning," Fortune, February 21, 1983.
- "Friendliness (A User Friendliness Index)," Datamation,
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