Hayley Mayall, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Department

Educational Technology, Research and Assessment

Research Interests

Distance Education, Online Learning, Technology Integration, Mobile Technologies, Instructional Design, Learning Theories

Education

Ph.D., University of Connecticut
Major: Educational Psychology
Supporting Areas of Emphasis: Cognition and Instruction
Dissertation Title: An Exploratory/Descriptive Look at Gender Differences in Technology Self-efficacy and Academic Self-efficacy in the GlobalEd Project

M.S., Utah State University
Major: Instructional Technology
Supporting Areas of Emphasis: Instructional Design

B.S., Brigham Young University - Hawaii Campus
Major: Information Systems and Computer Science

Classes

  • ETT 229 Computers in Education
  • ETT 429 Computers in Classroom
  • ETT 455 Media Design - Multimedia
  • ETT 511 Advanced Instructional Media Design
  • ETT 535 Distance Education
  • ETT 536 Web-based Learning
  • ETT 552 Instructional Technology for Diverse Cultures
  • ETT 553 Professional Standards and Ethics in Instructional Technology
  • ETT 555 Media Design - Multimedia
  • ETT 560 Instructional Design I
  • ETT 569 Practicum: Instructional Design
  • ETT 586 Internship in Instructional Technology
  • ETT 590 Professional Portfolio
  • ETT 740 Foundations of Instructional Technology
  • ETT 741 Seminar: Instructional Technology Theory
  • ETT 742 Seminar in Instructional Technology Research
  • ETT 743 IT Seminar: Instructional Technology Problems
  • ETT 770 Practicum: Instructional Technology
  • ETT 786 Internship in Instructional Technology
  • ETT 799 Dissertation

Recent Papers

Gravel, R.J., & Mayall, H. J. (2015). The Innovation Equation. (pp. 4 - 6). DeKalb, IL: Illinois Association of School Business Officials (ASBO).

Flores, B. B., Clark, E. R., Guerra, N. S., Sanchez, S. V., & Mayall, H. J. (2010). ASI SOY: Exploring the psychometric soundness of the Academic Student Inventory: Self-Observation Year (ASI SOY) with teacher candidates. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 32(1), 136-163.

Mayall, H. J. (2010). Integrating Video Case Studies into a Literacy Methods Course. International Journal of Instructional Media, 37(1), 33-42.

Mayall, H. J., & Robinson, R. S. (2009). Investigating Visual Literacy Integration: Lida’s Legacy?  TechTrends. TechTrends, 53(2), 48-49.

Mayall, H. J., & Robinson, R. S. (2009). Visual Learning through Technology: The Availability, Teacher Familiarity and Use of Visual Tools and Standards for Learning. IVLA Selected Readings - 2008, 141-144.

Pate, A., Smaldino, S. E., Mayall, H. J., & Luetkehans, L. M. (2009). Questioning the Necessity of Non-Academic Social Discussion Forums in Online Courses. Quarterly Review of Distance Education, 10(1), 1-8.

Mayall, H. J. (2008). Differences in Gender Based Technology Self-efficacy Across Academic Levels. international Journal of Instructional Media, 35(2), 145-156.

Martin, N. K., Yin, Z., & Mayall, H. J. (2008). The Attitudes & Beliefs on Classroom Control Inventory-Revised and Revisited: A Continuation of Construct Validation. Journal of Classroom Interation, 42(2), 11-20.

Lawless, K. A., Schrader, P. G., & Mayall, H. J. (2008). The Model of Domain Learning as a Framework for Understanding Internet Navigation. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 17(2), 235-258.

Lawless, K. A., Schrader, P. G., & Mayall, H. J. (2007). Acquisition of Information Online: Knowledge, Navigational Strategy and Learning Outcomes. Journal of Literacy Research, 39(3), 289-306.

Honors Faculty Fellow (2021-2022)

As an Honors Faculty Fellow, Professor Mayall taught a seminar on Learning in the Digital Age in fall 2021 in the University Honors Program.

 

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Department of Educational Technology, Research and Assessment
Gabel 208
DeKalb, IL 60115
815-753-9339
etra@niu.edu

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