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2017
Sunday, January 1st

Active learning in an apparel production management course: Student perceptions, instructor training, and learning outcomes

Dawn M. Michaelson, Auburn University
Karla P. Teel, Auburn University

Addressing Gaps between Textiles and Apparel Curriculum and the Industry in Kenya

Caroline Kobia, Mississippi State University
Pual Sang, Dedan Kimathi University of Technology
Amanda Muhammad, Bowling Green State University
Lombuso Khoza, University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Jaeil Lee, Pacific University

Application of 3D scanner and 3D CAD in Apparel Design Education: Development of Custom Dress Form

MyungHee Sohn, California State University-Long Beach

Applying Problem-Based Learning (PBL) Strategy to Strengthen Sustainability Education in Textile and Apparel Curriculum

Huantian Cao, University of Delaware
Martha Carper, University of Delaware
Kelly Cobb, University of Delaware
Jillian Silverman, University of Delaware
Shameeka Jelenewicz, University of Delaware

Building Bookstore Displays: A Collaboration Between University Fashion Students and Campus Bookstore to Develop Merchandising, Management, and Leadership Skills Through the Development of Visual Displays

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

Collaboration Makes More Lights Come on than Those on the Runway: Experiential Learning through an Interdisciplinary Fashion Show Project Merges Fashion and Technology

Stephanie K. Hubert M.S., University of Arkansas
Robert F. Saunders P.E., University of Arkansas
Shannon C. Mason M.S., University of Arkansas

Creation of a 3D Digital Fashion Show with 3D Virtual Prototyping of Clothing

Ju-Young M. Kang, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Engaging Students to Create a Mural Inspired by a Museum Visit: A Creative Approach to Teach Textiles

Milan Shahani, George Brown College
Mittu Gupta, George Brown College

Fashion Students' Willingness to Become Entrepreneurs: Comparison between Students in the Appalachian and the Southern Regions of U.S.

Jung-ha Yang, West Virginia
Jeong-Ju Yoo, Baylor University

Flipped Classroom for Online Textile Course

Siwon Cho, Southern Illinois University

Flipping a Graduate Classroom: Corporate Buying Project

Deborah Clay Fowler, Texas Tech University

Global Engagement: The fashion industry in Vietnam

Lynn M. Boorady, State University of New York College at Buffalo

Improving Undergraduate Instruction in Technology classes in Fashion Merchandising

Olivia Johnson, Texas State University
Vertica Bhardwaj, Texas State University

Increasing Intercultural Sensitivity through Cosplay for College Students

Juyoung Lee, Mississippi State University
Carla Jagger, Mississippi State University

Innovative technology for apparel design studio: Integrating 3D virtual avatars in idea generation stage of design process

Chanmi Hwang, Washington State University/ Iowa State University
Eulanda Sanders, Iowa State University

Inviting Industry into the Classroom: Meeting Learning Outcomes While Satisfying Industry Demands

Jessica Ridgway, Florida State University
Ashley Hasty, Indiana University

It All Adds Up: Flipped Classroom Approaches in Retail Math Instruction

Amy Dorie, Iowa State University
Jessica Hurst, Iowa State University
David Loranger, Philadelphia University

It Started with Puccini: A Separate but Interdisciplinary Learning Project

Erika Iiams, University of Idaho
Sonya Meyer, University of Idaho
Christopher Pfund, University of Idaho
Edwin Odom, University of Idaho

Learning Styles of Students Enrolled in Fashion Classes: Academic Level, Geographic Region, and Major

Harrison Qiu, Ball State University
Diana Saiki, Ball State University
Alyssa Dana Adomaitis, The New York College of Technology, CUNY

Methods for increasing student learning in an online undergraduate analysis of apparel and production course

April Elisha Stanley, Iowa State University
Arienne McCracken, Iowa State University

Mock Interview Strategy: Maximizing Experiential Learning

Ashley Rougeaux-Burnes, Texas Tech University

Not by making things better but by playing the game differently: Business Models Innovation course for fashion curriculum

Chae-Mi Lim, Philadelphia University

Object-Based Learning in a World Dress Course

Jennifer Banning, Illinois State University
Hae Jin Gam, Illinois State University

Rethinking Soft Goods Design Education

Susan L. Sokolowski, University of Oregon

Reviving the Development of Hypermedia Resources for Historic Dress Courses

Samantha White, Kansas State University
Genna Reeves-DeArmond, Kansas State University

Sharing Strategies of Teaching an Introductory Textile Course

Jessie Chen-Yu, Virginia Tech

Student Identification of Societal and Fashion Trends Through Blogs

Jennifer Jorgensen, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Technology Vs. Teachers: Student use of university digital collections and role of Teachers

Sanjukta Pookulangara, University of North Texas
Arlesa Shephard, SUNY-Buffalo State

That's a wicked looking tater: An interdisciplinary approach to solving 'wicked' agricultural issues using fashion product development.

Charles Freeman, Mississippi State University
Stephen Meyers, Mississippi State University
Eric Hill, Mississippi State University
Laura Downey, Mississippi State University

The Affect Team Learning has on Creativity in a College Classroom Environment

Mary Simpson, Western Michigan University

The impact of study away in the Fashion Merchandising curriculum informed by student and alumni experience

Jewon Lyu, Kent State University
Catherine Amoroso Leslie, Kent State University

Understanding and building student interest in alternative fashion design careers through a project based learning patternmaking project

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

User-centered design and niche-market development: Engaging Students in the design and merchandising

Ruirui Zhang, Framingham State University
Seunghye Cho, Framingham State University

Using Costume Collection Artifacts for Historic Style Trends Teaching Modules

Sierra B. Holt, Ohio University

Using Technology to Improve Student Experience with Critique

Katya Roelse, University of Delaware
Adriana Gorea, University of Delaware

Using technology to integrate writing into the fashion and apparel merchandising curriculum

Erica Spurgeon, University of Central Missouri
Melissa Abner, University of Central Missouri

Using Twitter to Reinforce Teaching Concepts

Ann Beth Presley, Auburn University

When and How Are Men Represented in Fashion Illustration Textbooks? A Critical Analysis of Race and the Body

Kelly L. Reddy-Best, Iowa State University
Eunji Choi, Iowa State University
Hangael Park, Iowa State University