TILT Faculty Publications
This collection contains research published or presented by departmental faculty. All submissions are subject to applicable copyright restrictions.

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Submissions from 2017

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Using Yellowdig in Marketing Courses: An Analysis of Individual Contributions and Social Interactions in Online Classroom Communities and Their Impact on Student Learning and Engagement, Mary C. Martin, Michael J. Martin, and Andrew P. Feldstein

Submissions from 2015

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Using Social Network Analysis to Explore Digital Student Interactions and Business Competency Learning in a Web-based Educational Platform:, Andrew P. Feldstein and Kim Gower

Submissions from 2013

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Understanding Slow Growth in the Adoption of E-Textbooks: Distinguishing Paper and Electronic Delivery of Course Content, Andrew P. Feldstein and Mirta Martin

Submissions from 2012

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Open Textbooks and Increased Student Access and Outcomes, Andrew P. Feldstein, Mirta Martin, Amy Hudson, Kiara Warren, John Hilton III, and David Wiley

Submissions from 2011

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Deconstructing Wikipedia: Collaborative Content Creation in an Open Process Platform, Andrew P. Feldstein

Submissions from 2010

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Polyvore Collaboration: Innovation in Informal Online Affiliation Networks, Andrew P. Feldstein and Brent Wilson

Submissions from 2009

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Analyzing Online Communities: A Narrative Approach, Andrew P. Feldstein

Submissions from 2007

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Brand Communities in a World of Knowledge-based Products and Common Property, Andrew P. Feldstein