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Tuesday, November 8th

A Model for Creating Sustainable Corporate Partnerships in Design and Merchandising Education

Alexandra Howell, Columbia College Chicago
Elizabeth Shorrock, Columbia College Chicago

A Preliminary Analysis of an Interactive Teaching Platform

Leigh Southward, University of Arkansas
Lance Cheramie, University of Arkansas
Cynthia Elkins, University of Arkansas

Apparel Design Students' Use of Textiles and Clothing Museums as Sources of Inspiration

L. Danielle Reaves, Louisiana State University
Laurel D. Romeo, Louisiana State University

Community Engagement in Two Fashion Merchandising and Apparel Design Curriculum Courses to Motivate Students to Learn about Sustainability Concepts

Abigail Rose Clarke-Sather, University of Delaware

Comparing Perceptions of Effectiveness of On-Campus and Hybrid Apparel Ph.D. Programs

Amy Shane-Nichols, Iowa State University
Sara Jablon, Iowa State University
Amy Dorie, Iowa State University
Arienne McCracken, Iowa State University
Sandy Curwood, Iowa State University

Consumer Behavior Concepts Identified by Students through Pinterest

Jennifer Jorgensen, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Developing a High Impact Learning Environment: Bite Size is the Right Size

Gargi Bhaduri, Kent State University

Engagement in Cross-Cultural Large Lecture Classrooms: Using Top Hat Technology to Include Students in the Discussion

RayeCarol Cavender, University of Kentucky
Trina Gannon, Ohio University

Examining the Value of Three Critique Methods in an Introductory Apparel Design Studio

Chanmi Hwang, Iowa State University
Whitney Rorah, Iowa State University
Kathie Thompson, Iowa State University
Ling Zhang, Iowa State University
Eulanda Sanders, Iowa State University

Exploring the Inclusion of Sewing Pattern Development in a Fashion Design Course

Addie Martindale, Iowa State University
Ellen McKinney, Iowa State University

Forming a creative core: Interdisciplinary assessment in introductory courses

Mary C. Embry, Indiana University
Deborah Christiansen, Indiana University

Going Native to Reach the Digital Natives: New Technologies for the Classroom

Clair McClure, University of Georgia
Laura McAndrews, University of Georgia

Holding Hands for Walking or Pushing to Fly? Advisors' Leadership Styles to Train Future Faculty

Deepika Raj, University of Missouri
Jung Ha-Brookshire, University of Missouri

Implementing Pattern Grading in a Computer-Aided Patternmaking Course: Developing Materials and Utilizing Learning Tools

April Elisha Stanley, Iowa State University
Fatma Baytar, Iowa State University

Improving Global Competence for College Students Through a Domestic Service-Learning Project

Juyoung Lee, Mississippi State Universeity
Caroline Kobia, Mississippi State University
Anna Perry, Colorado State University

Incorporating Service Learning into the Apparel Curriculum Through a Mending and Alterations Shop

Rachel Eike, Georgia Southern University
Beth Myers, Georgia Southern University
Diana Sturges, Georgia Southern University

Learning Product Quality and Manufacturing Processes Through Hands on Learning: Introducing Gaming into the Fashion Classroom

Laura Kane, Mount Mary University

Learning Professional Techniques Through Play: Using Games in the Apparel Classroom

Ashley Hasty, Indiana University

My iPad Does More than Play Games

Melinda Kirstin Adams, University of the Incarnate Word

Practical Application of Half-Scale Patterning for Online Digital Textile Design Procedures

Brianna Plummer, Iowa State University
Eulanda A. Sanders, Iowa State University

Revealing the Value of Visual Design: Utilizing Design Concepts to Create Mardi Gras Masks

Phyllis Bell Miller, Mississippi State University

Seniors' Analysis of Movie Characters as Consumers

Jennifer Jorgensen, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Strategies to Update the Clothing and Textile Course Curriculum with Emerging Technologies

Deepika Raj, University of Missouri-Columbia
Kristen Morris, University of Missouri-Columbia

Students' Perceptions and Attitudes towards Rubric Assessment of Creativity

Katherine Polston, University of Nebraska–Lincoln

Study Abroad in Guatemala: Self-Assessment, Cultural Empathy, and Global Citizenship

Lauren Reiter, Indiana University
Mary Embry, Indiana University

Teaching Fashion Design Senior Collections: A Three- Part Process from Design to Runway

Janice Lewis, Moore College of Art and Design
Colleen Moretz, Moore College of Art and Design

The Neurocentric View on Consumers of Cotton: An Application of Consumer Neuroscience

Seung-Eun Lee, Central Michigan University
Alyson VanderPloeg, Central Michigan University
Jennise Strifler, Central Michigan University

Wednesday, November 9th

Anti-Laws of Luxury Fashion Marketing

Seung-Eun Lee, Central Michigan University

Comparison Matrix and Venn Diagram: Making Comparisons in Flat Patternmaking.

April Elisha Stanley, Iowa State University
Ellen McKinney, Iowa State University

Concept Maps: Graphic Organizers for Flat Patternmaking

April Elisha Stanley, Iowa State University
Ellen McKinney, Iowa State University

Designing Coordinated Separates: Use of Inspirational Sources in Apparel Classes

Sandra Tullio-Pow, Ryerson University
Glynis Dupuis, Ryerson University
Paulette Kelly, Ryerson University
Megan Strickfaden, University of Alberta

Developing Design Perspectives through Critical Reflection

Kerri McBee-Black, University of Missouri
Jung Ha-Brookshire, University of Missouri

Evaluating the Outcomes of Fashion FUNdamentals: A STEM Education Program for Middle School Girls

Karen H. Hyllegard, Colorado State University
Jennifer Paff Ogle, Colorado State University
Karen Rambo-Hernandez, West Virginia University

Experiential Learning and Service Activities for University Students: Development of the Fashion Earth Project to Foster Leadership and Management Skills through Volunteerism

Anna A. Magie, Texas Woman's University
Deborah D. Young, Texas Woman's University

Exploring Social Justice Issues Through Design in an Apparel Design Studio Course

kelly L. Redd-Best, Iowa State University

Exploring the Efficacy of Active and Authentic Learning in the Visual Merchandising Classroom

Dr. Jennifer Harmon, University of Wyoming

From Teacher to Curator: The Power of Intrinsic Motivation in Students

Ashley Hasty, Indiana University

Gallery Walk: An Activity in Flat Patternmaking for Practice and Critical Thinking about the Application of Darts and Dart Equivalents

April Elisha Stanley, Iowa State University
Ellen McKinney, Iowa State University

Generating Decision-Making Hypotheses: An Exercise in Critical Thinking to Select Appropriate Slopers for Flat Patternmaking Bodice Designs

April Elisha Stanley, Iowa State University
Ellen McKinney, Iowa State University

How to Organize Course Evaluation Components to Optimize Learning Outcome: An Application of Pedagogical Theories

MdSanuwar Rashid, Auburn University
Jong Geun Lee, Auburn University

Inclusion is the Key: Promoting Cultural Diversity through Historic Costume

Alyssa Adomaitis, The New York City College of Technology, CUNY
Diana Saiki, Ball State University

Integrating Creative Problem Solving into the Clothing and Textile Classrooms

Keunyoung Oh, SUNY Buffalo State

Interactive 3D Garment Simulation: A Technologically Enhanced and Leading Patternmaking Tool with Project-based Learning Methods Virtual Setting

Ja Young Hwang Dr., Kent State University
Kim HongYoun Hahn Dr., Kent State University

Navigating Design Rules vs. Creativity in Two Visual Merchandising Courses

Ashley Hasty, Indiana University
Jessica Ridgway, Florida State University

Selling your Design Ideas: 45 Seconds or Less

Peggy P. Quesenberry, Virginia Tech
Doris H. Kincade, Virginia Tech
Dolly P. Conner, Radford University

Using a Case Method to Teach Luxury Fashion Management

Li Zhao, Indiana University