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Monday, January 1st

A "Widening the Circle: Diversity and Inclusion in Design Thinking Process" Project in Fashion Design Curriculum

Seunghye Cho, Framingham State University

A Fashion Buyer’s Role in the 21st Century: A Data-Mining-Based Content Analysis Approach

Md. Rafiqul Islam Rana, University of Missouri
Li Zhao, University of Missouri

Active learning spaces: Student perceptions of engagement, space, and instructor involvement in an apparel production and merchandising course.

Dawn Michaelson, Auburn University
Nigar Sultana, Auburn University
Karla P. Teel PhD, Auburn University

Advancing Textiles and Apparel Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: A Call for Teaching Materials

Gallayanee Yaoyuneyong, The University of Southern Mississippi
Amber Chatelian, Eastern Kentucky University
Andrea Eklund, Central Washington University
Lombuso Khoza, University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Leigh Southward, University of Arkansas
ITAA Teaching and Innovative Committee Member 2018

Assessment of peer presentations as an instructional tool in an introductory fashion course

Sara Jablon-Roberts, Johnson & Wales University
Diane McCrohan, Johnson & Wales University
Amrut Sadachar, Auburn University

Big-Data Labs: Merchandising Informatics by Using Hyperlinks and Network Analysis Visualization Approaches

HaeJung Kim, University of North Texas

Can Creativity be Taught?: Exploring the Impact of Creative Thinking Challenges

Dr. Jennifer Harmon, University of Wyoming

Coming to Our Senses: The 21st Century Tactile

Kelly Cobb, Univeristy of Delaware
Belinda Orzada PhD, University of Delaware

Commercialization of Adaptive Clothing: Toward a Movement of Inclusive Design

Kelsey Kosinski, University of Delaware
Belinda Orzada, University of Delaware
Hye-Shin Kim, University of Delaware

Concept Mapping as a Learning Tool for Fashion Education

Charity Armstead

Conceptualizing fashion entrepreneurship self-efficacy: A qualitative inquiry

Chuanlan Liu, Louisiana State University

“Creating a Virtual Retail Store Using The Sims4™ Programs in a Visual Merchandising Course”

April Elisha Stanley, Iowa State University
Corissa Hite, Kirkwood Community College
Jennifer Wood, Kirkwood Community College

“Creative Teaching of Engaged Visual Merchandising Courses with Limited Resources”

April Elisha Stanley, Iowa State University
Charity S. Armstead, Iowa State University

Creativity Curriculum and Personality

Dr. Jennifer Harmon, University of Wyoming

Designing a Zero-Waste Pattern Cutting Project for Fashion Design Courses

Jennifer Banning, Illinois State University
Hae Jin Gam, University of North Texas

Developing and Evaluating Sustainable Tools to Positively Impact Apparel Focused Entrepreneurs’ through Academic Programs Incubator Centers in Southern Africa

Amanda Muhammad, Indiana State University
Carolina Kobia, Mississippi State University
Lombuso Khoza, University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Julie A. Davis, Indiana State University

Does Integrating Sustainability Content into an Online Introductory Fashion Curriculum Improve Student Learning?

Virginia Rolling, Auburn University

Educational and Social Psychological Outcomes of a STEM Program for Adolescent Girls

Jennifer Paff Ogle, Colorado State University
Karen H. Hyllegard, Colorado State University - Fort Collins
Juyeon Park, Colorado State University - Fort Collins

Engaging Students in the Grading Process

semra -. peksoz, Oklahoma State University

Exposing 3D printing to undergraduate fashion merchandising students

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

Half-Scale Dress Form as a Design and Fit Tool for Young Designers

Kimberly A. Phoenix, Cornell University, USA
Susan P. Ashdown, Cornell University

“Implementing an Upcycled/Redesign Project in a Dress Theory Course”

April Elisha Stanley, Iowa State University

Incorporating big data analytics into graduate and undergraduate curriculum: A needs assessment

Telin Chung
Kyuree Kim, Iowa State University

Incorporation of an Online Fashion News Publication into a Fashion Merchandising Course: Perceived Benefits and Educational Impact

Addie Martindale, Georgia Southern University
Beth Myers, Georgia Southern University

Integration of 3 Dimensional Modeling and Printing into Fashion Design Curriculum: Opportunities and Challenges.

Nicole Eckerson, University of Missouri
Li Zhao, University of Missouri

Learning in a Multidisciplinary Collaboration: A Case Study of Digital Textile Co-design for Apparel and Interior Designers

Lushan Sun, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Virginia Rolling, Auburn University
Lauren Howard, Auburn University
Paula Peek, Auburn University

New Framework Proposal for Sustainable Textile and Apparel Education

Md. Rafiqul Islam Rana, University of Missouri
Jung Ha-Brookshire, University of Missouri

Omnichannel Innovation Lab: Incorporating Design Thinking into a Merchandising Course

Minjeong Kim, Indiana University, Bloomington

Operating a Non-profit Fashion Boutique as one of School's Signature Educational Facilities: From Multiple Stakeholder Management and Social Capital Theoretical Perspectives

Jihyun Kim, Kent State University

Pedagogical Considerations for Teaching Modern Performance Glove Design

Susan L. Sokolowski, University of Oregon
Gary Corr, University of Oregon

Promoting positive experiences: Students perceptions and future intentions from attending a Student Organization and Competition Fair

Jewon Lyu, Kent State University - Kent Campus
Catherine Amoroso Leslie, Kent State University - Kent Campus
Tameka N. Ellington, Kent State University - Kent Campus

Queering the Classroom Intersections of Fashion and the LGBTQ Community

Kelly Reddy Best, Iowa State University
Michael Mamp, Central Michigan University

Revitalizing Rural Development through Cultivating Fashion Entrepreneurship: An Exploratory Study on Small Fashion Retail Businesses in Mississippi, USA

Chunmin Lang, Louisiana State University
Chuanlan Liu, Louisiana State University
Carolina Kobia, Mississippi State University

Rutherford Teaching Challenge--STEAM Digital Inspiration Boards Assignment

Janet Andrea Blood, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Teaching Technology: Project Based Learning to Develop Industry Specific Skills

Jessica Ridgway, Florida State University

Teaching the Next Generation of Technical Designers About Cotton Performance Technologies Through a Problem-Based Learning Project

Kristen D. Morris, University of Missouri

The Impact of a Short-Term Fashion Study Abroad Trip on Undergraduates' Cultural Intelligence and Career Perceptions as Future Global Fashion Change Agents

Virginia Rolling, Auburn University
Ann Beth Presley, Auburn University
Mary Katherine Thornton, Auburn University

The Visual and Abstract Minded: Exploring Spatial Visualization in Apparel Design and Product Development

Lushan Sun, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Sandra Starkey, University Nebraska-Lincoln

Think-Pair-Share: An Active Learning Strategy for Apparel Pattern Drafting

Kirsten Schaefer, Ryerson University
Shelley J. Haines, Ryerson University
Anika BHZ Kozlowski, Ryerson University

Understanding Textiles through Active Learning: The Wardrobe Project

Arlesa Shephard, State University of New York College at Buffalo - Buffalo State College

Understanding the Essential Employability Knowledge and Skills Needed for Textile and Apparel College Graduates: A Triangular Design Approach

Ting Chi, Washington State University
Hang Liu, Washington State University
Carol Salusso, Washington State University
Vicki McCracken, Washington State University

Using the PEST Framework to Facilitate Active Learning in Fashion History Class

Melissa Abner, Iowa State University & University of Central Missouri
Erica Spurgeon, University of Central Missouri

Utilizing a Historic Costume Collection for a Synergistic Educational Experience

Diana Saiki, Ball State University
Valerie J. Birk, Ball State University
Jah'Shar Hardy-Brown, Ball State University

What do they need to succeed? Development of an apparel merchandising competency framework

Bertha Jacobs, University of Pretoria
Elena Karpova, Iowa State University