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					                                                     Donald J. Winiecki
Curriculum Vita                                                   November 11
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Office Address

  Boise State University
  College of Engineering, ET328
  Professor, Dept of Instructional & Performance Technology
  1910 University Drive, Mail Stop 2070
  Boise, ID 83725-2070
  (01) 208 426 1899 .......................................................................................... (voice)
  (01) 208 426 1970 .............................................................................................. (fax)
  dwiniecki@boisestate.edu............................................................................ (E-mail)
  http://coen.boisestate.edu/dwiniecki/ .......................................................... (WWW)

Professional Interests

    Research interests:
     Subjects and subjectivity; Science, technology & society; Labor and technology;
     Performance technology; Distance education

Academic Preparation

       Ph.D. (2006): Sociology
         Central Queensland University, Rockhampton, QLD, Australia
          Dissertation: Technology-Mediated Tertiary Labour: Discourses of Deconstruction and
          Reconstruction.
               http://library-resources.cqu.edu.au/thesis/adt-QCQU/public/adt-
               QCQU20060307.153351/index.html
          Supervisor: Bert Wigman, Ph.D.

       Ed.D. (1996): Instructional Technology
        Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
          Dissertation: DesiL (Designing for Learnability): A Non-Deterministic Methodology for
               Informing the Design and Assessment of Easy-to-Learn Microcomputer Interfaces.
               http://wwwlib.umi.com/dissertations/fullcit/9623855
          Supervisor: Terence C. Ahern, Ph.D.

       M.S.ed. (1992): Technology Education
        State University College at Oswego, Oswego, NY

       B.S.ed. (1982): Industrial Arts & Technology Education
         State University College at Oswego, Oswego, NY



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Publications
Books

    Winiecki, D. (in preparation). Studies in the production of subjects and subjectivity
          in modern disciplines and institutions.
    Winiecki, D. (2006). Discipline & governmentality at work: Making the subject and
          subjectivity in modern tertiary labour: Free Association Books. London

Journals, Book Chapters & Conference Proceedings

Publications are keyed according to these symbols and categories

   Symbol Category and Definition
     Rf   Refereed: Blind review by panel of peers accepts or denies
          publication
     Rv Reviewed: Editor reviews and accepts or denies publication or
          presentation
      I   Publication requested by recipient organization
     N    No review process

    Rv Winiecki, D. (in review). Rational, natural and open: Organizational system
            typologies and their relevance for performance improvement
            professionals. Performance Improvement.
    Rf    Berg, S., Chyung, S. Y., Marker, A., & Winiecki, D. (in review). Analyzing
                leaders' perceptions to enhance the use of an employee engagement
                survey. Human Resource Development International.
    Rf    Chyung, S. Y., Winiecki, D., & Downing, J. (in review). Evaluation ethics: A
              survey-based analysis of learners' perceptions. Performance
              Improvement Quarterly.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. (in review). Mapping conversation patterns in the asynchronous
               classroom. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. (in press). Using ethnographic forms of research to study the
               social world and to make social theories studyable. In A. Ivarra & P.
               Aguero (Eds.), Contemporary studies in ethnography. Hauppauge, NY:
               Nova Science Publishers.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. (2009). The call centre and its many players. Organization,
               16(5), 705-731.
     I    Winiecki, D. (2009). EMCA in the sociology of science, technology, and
               engineering. EMCA News (American Sociological Association, Section
               on Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis, 3(2), 1, 5, 10.



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    Rv Winiecki, D. (2009). A sociologist in a college of engineering: Stranger in a
            strange land? [Sociologists in Research and Applied Settings]
            [Electronic Version] ASA Footnotes, 37(2). Retrieved 18 February, 2009
            from http://www.asanet.org/footnotes/eng.html.
    Rv Chyung, S. Y., & Winiecki, D. (2009, February). Tales from the field: Taking
           learning professionals to competent professionals through performance-
           based projects [Electronic Version]. PerformanceXpress. Retrieved 30
           January, 2009 from http://performancexpress.org/0902/#tales.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (2009). Shadowboxing with data: A framework for informing
            the critical analysis of performance and performance measures.
            Performance Improvement, 48(1), 31-37.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. (2008). The expert witnesses and courtroom discourse: A case of
               applying both micro and macro forms of discourse analysis. Discourse
               & Society, 19(6), 765-781.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. (2008). An ethnostatistical analysis of performance
               measurement. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 20(3/4), 185-209.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (2007). The others’ values: On the importance of ethnographic
            ways of looking, seeing, knowing and acting for performance
            technologists. Performance Improvement, 46(9), 32-36.
    Rf    Winiecki, D., & Wigman, B. (2007). Making and maintaining the subject in
               call centre work. New Technology, Work and Employment, 22(2), 118-
               131.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. (2007). Subjects, subjectivity & subjectification in call center
               work: The doings of doings. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography,
               36(4), 1-27.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. (2007). Accidental participation in control, in the small of society
               [Electronic Version]. Transformations, 14. Retrieved 11 May, 2007 from
               http://www.transformationsjournal.org/journal/issue_14/article_06.shtml.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. (2006). Systems, measures, and workers: Producing and
               obscuring the system and making systemic performance improvement
               difficult. In J. Pershing (Ed.), The Handbook of Human Performance
               Technology (3rd ed., pp. 1224-1250). San Francisco: Pfeiffer.
    Rf    Lohr, L., Miller, K., & Winiecki, D. (2006). Narrative strategies to enhance
                interactivity online. In C. Sunal, E. Wilson & V. Wright (Eds.),
                Research on Enhancing Interactivity of Online Learning (pp. 101-125).
                Greenwich, CT: Info Age Publishing.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (2004). Rejoinder to “Saving the World with HPT”: A critical,
            scientific, and consultative reflection. Performance Improvement, 43(8).
            30-34.



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    Rf    Winiecki, D. (2004). Shadowboxing With Data: Rationality, Resistance,
               Desire and the Production of the Labouring Subject in Contemporary
               Call Centre Organisations. New Technology, Work and Employment,
               19(2). 78-95.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. (2003). Instructional discussions in online education: Practical
               and research-oriented perspectives. In M. Moore & R. Anderson (Eds.),
               Handbook of Distance Education (pp. 193-215). Mahwah, NJ:
               Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (2001). Help-desk 101: Keeping customers happy while
            managing conflicting expectations and performance goals. Performance
            Improvement, 40(1). 44-48.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (2000). Designing computer software to minimize the need for
            employee training. Performance Improvement, 39(8). 28-35.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (2000). Making sense of asynchronous online discussions.
            Virtual University News, 2 (11), 10-11.
    Rv Winiecki, D., & Chyung, S. Y. (2000). Preparing students for asynchronous,
            computer-mediated coursework: Design & delivery of a "distance
            education bootcamp." WebNet Journal-Internet Technologies,
            Applications & Issues, 2(2).
    Rf    Winiecki, D. (1999). Keeping the thread: Adapting conversational practice to
               help distance students and instructors manage discussions in an
               asynchronous learning network [Electronic Version]. DEOSNEWS, 9.
               Retrieved 11 May, 2007 from
               http://www.ed.psu.edu/acsde/deos/deosnews/deosnews9_2.asp.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. (1998). Becoming a student in an asynchronous, computer-
               mediated classroom. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the
               American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), June 28 - July1,
               1998. Seattle, WA, USA.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. J., & Chyung, S. Y. (1998). Keeping the thread: Helping
               distance students and instructors keep track of asynchronous
               discussions. Proceedings of the 14th Annual Conference on Distance
               Teaching & Learning, 98, (pp. 451-460).
    Rf    Chyung, S. Y., Winiecki, D., & Fenner, J. A. (1998). A case study: Increase
              enrollment by reducing dropout rates in adult distance education.
              Proceedings of the 14th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching &
              Learning, 98, (pp. 97-102).
    Rf    Chyung, S. Y., Repman, J. L., Lan, W., & Winiecki, D. (1997). Effectiveness
              of an intelligently adaptive CAI environment with cognitive
              apprenticeship on self-regulated learning skills. In T. Muldner & T.
              Reeves (Eds.), Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia & Educational
              Telecommunications (pp. 1415-1417). Charlottesville, VA: Association
              for the Advancement of Computing in Education.
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Curriculum Vita                                         4                        Donald J. Winiecki, Ed.D., Ph.D.
    Rf    Chyung, S. Y., Repman, J. L., Lan, W. Y., & Winiecki, D. (1997).
              Hypermedia CAI with cognitive apprenticeship for pre-service teacher
              education. In J. Willis, J. Price, & S. McNeil (Eds.), Technology and
              Teacher Education (pp. 837-840). Charlottesville, VA: Association for
              the Advancement of Computing in Education.
    Rf    Price, R. V. & Winiecki, D. (1995). Attitudes and skill levels of college
                students entering a typical introductory college computing course.
                Journal of Computing in Teacher Education, 12 (1), 20-25.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. & Ahern, T. C. (1995). Designing for Learnability (DesiL): An
               engine for informing the design of easy-to-learn microcomputer
               interfaces. in J. L. Schnase & E. L. Cunnis (Eds.) Proceedings of CSCL
               '95: The First International Conference on Computer Support for
               Collaborative Learning, October 17-20, 1995, (pp. 392-396) Mahwah,
               NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.


Conference Presentations
   Presentations are keyed according to these symbols and categories

   Symbol Category and Definition
     Rf   Refereed: Blind review by panel of peers accepts or denies
          publication
     Rv Reviewed: Editor reviews and accepts or denies publication or
          presentation
      I   Publication requested by recipient organization
     N    No review process

    Rv Winiecki, D. (2010, April). Mixing Academic and Applied Sociology: What
           Happened During and After a Sociologically Informed Ethnography in
           Call Centers. Paper presented at the 2010 meeting of the Pacific
           Sociological Association (PSA), Oakland, CA.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (2009, April). Discourse/Rationality, a New Frame for
           Power/Knowledge? Paper presented at the 2009 meeting of the Pacific
           Sociological Association (PSA), San Diego, CA.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (2009, April). Using Ethnographic Forms of Research to Study
           the Social World and to Make Social Theories Studyable. Paper
           presented at the 2009 meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association
           (PSA), San Diego, CA.
     I    Winiecki, D. (2008, June). Science, Technology and Society: Ideas and
              Approaches for Educators and Social Actors. Presentation to faculty and
              staff at Republic Polytechnic, Singapore.



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     I    Chyung, S. Y., & Winiecki, D. (2008, May). Instructional Technology and
              Performance Improvement: Issues and Developments. Seminar
              presented at the Third BSU-Hanyang University Symposium on
              Instructional Technology & Performance Improvement, Hanyang
              University, Seoul, S. Korea.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (2008, April). The Expert Witness and Courtroom Discourse: A
           Case of Applying Both Micro and Macro Forms of Discourse Analysis.
           Paper presented at the 2008 meeting of the Pacific Sociological
           Association (PSA), Portland, OR.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (2008, April). An Ethnostatistical Analysis of Performance
           Measurement. Paper presented at the 2008 meeting of the Pacific
           Sociological Association (PSA), Portland, OR.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (2007, April). Institutional Research Boards (IRBs) and
           sociological research: Necessary (?) but not sufficient. Paper presented
           at the 2007 meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association (PSA),
           Oakland, CA.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (2007, April). Expert witnesses and the law: An early
           investigation of the creation of subjects and subjectivity in the
           courtroom. Paper presented at the 2007 meeting of the Pacific
           Sociological Association (PSA), Oakland, CA.
     I    Winiecki, D. (2006, September). Systems, measures & workers: Producing
              ways of knowing and ways of ignorance, and improving our practice.
              Paper presented at the Second BSU-Hanyang University Symposium on
              Instructional Technology & Performance Improvement, Boise, ID.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. (2006, September). Cue summation: One of the keys to effective
              use of multimedia in E-learning. Paper presented at the 2006 meeting of
              the Treasure Valley chapter of the American Society for Training &
              Development (ASTD), Boise, ID.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (2006, April). Making and Maintaining the Subject in Call
           Centre Work. Paper presented at the 2006 meeting of the Pacific
           Sociological Association (PSA), Anaheim, CA.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (2006, April). Hiding in Plain Sight, Effecting the Organisation
           and One‟s Self: Details from a Post-Structural Ethnography in Four
           Telephone Call Centers. Paper presented at the 2006 meeting of the
           Pacific Sociological Association (PSA), Anaheim, CA.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (2004, April). Technologies of the Self: On the Production and
           Maintenance of the Subject in Technology-Mediated Tertiary Labor.
           Paper presented at the 2004 meeting of the Pacific Sociological
           Association (PSA), San Francisco, CA.




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    Rv Winiecki, D. (2004, April). Dilemmas in The Field: Using Members, Being
           Used as a Resource by Them or Using the Situation to Do Fieldwork &
           Learn About Fieldworking? Paper presented at the 2004 meeting of the
           Pacific Sociological Association (PSA), San Francisco, CA.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. (2003, April). How is the subject in technology-mediated work?
              (Or, „Shadowboxing with Data‟). Paper presented at the 2003
              International Conference of the International Society for Performance
              Improvement (ISPI), April 12-15 2003, Boston, MA.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. J., Addison, R., & Silber, K. (2003, April). The ISPI Online
              Institute: Is it right for you? Paper presented at the 2003 International
              Conference of the International Society for Performance Improvement
              (ISPI), April 12-15 2003, Boston, MA.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (2003, April). System Thinking and System Doing:
           Shadowboxing with Ourselves? Paper presented at the 2003
           International Conference of the International Society for Performance
           Improvement (ISPI), April 12-15 2003, Boston, MA.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (2003, April). Shadowboxing with Data: The Production of
           Power/Knowledge and the Worker as Subject/Object in Contemporary
           Call Centre Organizations. Paper presented at the 2003 meeting of the
           Pacific Sociological Association (PSA), Pasadena, CA.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. (2002, April). Assessing the measure: what are we doing when
              we‟re measuring performance? Paper presented at the 2002
              International Conference of the International Society for Performance
              Improvement (ISPI), April 21-21 2002, Dallas, TX.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (2002, April). Technology, practices of subjectification &
           practices of resistance: Producing the laboring subject in technology-
           mediated tertiary labor. Paper presented at the 2002 meeting of the
           Pacific Sociological Association (PSA), Vancouver, BC, Canada.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. (2001, April). Performance in the call-center: What to do, how
              to do it and how to make do when you‟re doing it. Paper presented at
              the 2001 International Performance Improvement Conference of the
              International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI), San
              Francisco, CA, USA.
    Rf    Hendel-Giller, R., Jorgensen, M., Gayeski, D., & Winiecki, D. (2001, April).
              Webs of Learning: Student and Instructor Perspectives on Online
              Distance Education. Paper presented at the 2001 International
              Performance Improvement Conference of the International Society for
              Performance Improvement (ISPI), San Francisco, CA, USA.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (2001, March). The Subjectification of Labor in Customer Call-
           Centers. Paper presented at the 2001 meeting of the Pacific Sociological
           Association (PSA), San Francisco, CA, USA.


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    Rf    Winiecki, D. (2000, November). Reconstructing talk: Talk-in-interaction in
              the online, asynchronous classroom. Paper presented at the 2000
              Conference of the National Communication Association (NCA). Seattle,
              WA, USA.
     I    Winiecki, D. (2000, June). Instructional message design for distance
              education. Keynote address at Title III Distance Learning Conference
              2000, Columbia Basin College, Pasco, WA.
     I    Winiecki, D. (2000, June). Managing conversations online. Title III Distance
              Learning Conference 2000, Columbia Basin College, Pasco, WA.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. (2000, April). Performance in the call center: Identifying and
              defining exemplary performance and making it a reproducible skill.
              Paper presented at the 38th International Conference of the
              International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI), Cincinnati,
              OH, USA.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. (2000, April). Process and outcomes of building easy-to-learn-
              how-to-use software. Paper presented at the 38th International
              Conference of the International Society for Performance Improvement
              (ISPI), Cincinnati, OH, USA.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. (2000, April). The effects and affects of a distance education
              bootcamp to prepare adult learners for entry into an online graduate
              program. Paper presented at the 2000 Annual Meeting of the American
              Educational Research Association (AERA), New Orleans, LA.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (2000, March). Customer support in the 21st century: Defining
           and promoting exemplary e-support performance. Paper presented at the
           Support Services Conference, Washington, D.C. USA.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. (1999, October). Preparing for learning: Designing and
              delivering a „bootcamp‟ to help first semester students in a distance
              education class. Paper presented at RUFIS’99 (Role of Universities in
              the Future Information Society), Northern Arizona University, AZ.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. (1999, October). Keeping the thread: Techniques for helping
              distance students and instructors keep track of asynchronous discussions.
              Paper presented at RUFIS’99 (Role of Universities in the Future
              Information Society), Northern Arizona University, AZ.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (1999, October). Preparing for learning: Designing and
           delivering a "bootcamp" to help first semester students in distance
           education become effective distance students. Paper presented at
           Telelearning ‘99, Austin, TX.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (1999, August). Preparing students for asynchronous, computer-
           mediated coursework: Design & delivery of a "distance ed bootcamp."
           Paper presented at the 15th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching &
           Learning, Madison, WI.


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    Rf    Winiecki, D. (1999, June). Becoming a student in an asynchronous, computer-
              mediated classroom. Paper presented at ED-MEDIA 99, Word
              Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia &
              Telecommunications, Seattle, WA.
    Rf    Chyung Y., Winiecki, D., Jo Ann Fenner (1999, June). Evaluation of effective
              interventions to solve the drop-out problem in adult distance education.
              Paper presented in ED-MEDIA '99, Seattle, Washington.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. (1999, April). Conversational competence in the asynchronous
              classroom: A defining variable for membership in the asynchronous
              classroom culture. Paper presented at the 1999 Annual Meeting of the
              American Educational Research Association (AERA), Montreal, Quebec,
              Canada.
    Rf    Chyung, Y., Winiecki, D., & Fenner, J. (1999, April). A case study:
              Implementation of the ARCS model, the organizational elements model,
              and Kirkpatrick's evaluation model in distance education. Paper
              presented in the American Educational Research Association (AERA),
              Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. (1999, March). Learning how to help: Ethnomethods at a
              computer help-desk. Paper presented at the 37th International
              Conference of the International Society for Performance Improvement
              (ISPI), Long Beach, CA, USA.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. (1999, February). Studying conversation in the asynchronous
              computer-mediated classroom: Conversation analysis in the 21st
              century. Paper presented at the First International, Interdisciplinary
              Conference: Advances in Qualitative Methods, Edmonton, Alberta,
              Canada.
    Rv Winiecki, D. J., & Chyung, Y. (1998, October). Keeping the thread:
           Techniques for helping distance students and instructors keep track of
           asynchronous discussions. Paper presented at Telelearning ’98,
           Portland, OR, USA.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. (1998, April). Learning how to be a student in an asynchronous,
              computer-mediated classroom: A social construction of technology.
              Paper presented at the 1998 Annual Meeting of the American
              Educational Research Association (AERA), San Diego, CA.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. & Chyung, S. Y. (1998, March). Using distance education to
              create distributed learning cultures and foster an interdependent learning
              organization. Paper presented at the 36th International Conference of
              the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI), Chicago,
              IL.




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    Rv Winiecki, D. (1997, October). Becoming a student in an asynchronous,
           computer-mediated classroom. Paper presented at the Third
           International Conference on Asynchronous Learning Networks, New
           York City.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. & Chyung, S. Y. (1997, April). Designing performance
              interventions to minimize the need for training. Paper presented at the
              35th International Conference of the International Society for
              Performance Improvement (ISPI), Anaheim, CA.
    Rv Chyung, S. Y. & Repman, J. L. & Lan, W. Y. & Winiecki, D. (1997, April).
           Instructional systems design of hypermedia CAI for graduate teacher
           education. Paper presented at SITE '97, the 8th International
           Conference of the Society for Information Technology & Teacher
           Education, Orlando, FL.
    Rf    Winiecki, D. & Chyung, S. Y. (1997, March). Designing for learnability:
              Helping people to teach themselves how to use computer software.
              Paper presented at the 1997 Annual Meeting of the American
              Educational Research Association (AERA), Chicago, IL.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (1996, March). Design, development, application & effects of
           the Learning-Support-System (LSS). Paper presented at the 10th
           International Self-Directed Learning Symposium, West Palm Beach, FL.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (1996, February). Application of the Passive-Learning-Support-
           System (PLSS). Paper presented at the 1996 Conference of the
           Association for Educational Communications and Technology/AECT,
           Indianapolis, IN.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (1996, January). Design for Learnability (DesiL): An engine to
           inform the design of easy-to-learn microcomputer interfaces. Paper
           presented at the Ninth International Conference on Qualitative
           Research in Education, Athens, GA.
    Rv Winiecki, D. J., & Ahern, T. C. (1995, June). Application of the Passive-
           Learning-Support-System (PLSS). Paper presented at the National
           Educational Computing Conference/NECC, Baltimore, MD.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (1995, January). The effects of a Passive Learning-Support-
           System (PLSS) on understanding and learning human-computer
           interaction tasks. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the
           Southwest Educational Research Association/SERA, Dallas, TX.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (1994, June). The effects of discursive and non-discursive
           modes of command input and feedback in human-computer interaction.
           Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the Association for the
           Advancement of Computers in Education, Educational Multimedia and
           Hypermedia: ED-MEDIA '94, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
          (NOTE: Materials for this presentation have been lost.)


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    Rv Winiecki, D. & Ahern. T. C. (1994, June). Affect and effect of HCI paradigms
           on learning and using Logo. Paper presented at the National
           Educational Computing Conference/NECC, Boston, MA.
    Rv Winiecki, D. (1994, April). The effects of discursive and non-discursive
           model of command input and feedback in human-computer interaction.
           Paper presented at the 21st Annual Student Research Conference at
           Eastern New Mexico University, Portales, NM.
    Rv Winiecki, D. J., Lin, Shu-Ling & Ahern, T. C. (1994, February). The effects
           of metaphor and analogy on novice learners in a computer assisted
           lesson. Paper presented at the 1994 Conference of the Association of
           Educational Communications and Technology/AECT, Nashville, TN.
    Rv Fox, H., Zhang, Y., Winiecki, D. (1993, February). Using advanced
            organizers for teaching language skills to ESL students. Paper presented
            at the 1993 Conference of the National Association of Bilingual
            Education/NABE, Houston, TX.
          (NOTE: Materials for this presentation have been lost.)

Project Reports

   Project reports are keyed according to these symbols and categories

   Symbol Category and Definition
     C    Contracted: Report submitted under contract with sponsor
     S    Service: Report submitted as non-paid professional service to
          sponsor

    S    Winiecki, D. (2003). Performance improvement of call center agents: Message
             audit evaluation. Boise, ID: Airborne Express Corp.
         (NOTE: This report was proprietary to the organization and cannot be included
         in a public collection of materials.)
    S    Winiecki, D. J., & Thorpe, B. (2003). Faculty members' experience and attitudes
             toward the use of technology in teaching at Boise State University. Boise,
             ID: Boise State University, Teaching and Learning with Technology
             Roundtable (TLTR).
    S    Winiecki, D. (2000). Variations, good and bad, and tips for recovering from the
             bad ones: Findings of research on agent-based telephone tech support.
             Boise, ID: State of Idaho, Department of Health & Welfare.

Book Reviews

   Winiecki, D. (forthcoming). Book Review: Andrea Mayr‟s `Language and Power: An
         Introduction to Institutional Discourse. Journal of Sociolinguistics.
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Curriculum Vita                                         11                       Donald J. Winiecki, Ed.D., Ph.D.
   Winiecki, D. (2001). Book Review: Deborah Cameron's 'Good to Talk? Living and Working
         in a Communication Culture. Discourse & Society, 12(4), 552-554.

Professional Experience

    Instructional:

    College of Engineering, Department of Instructional & Performance Technology, Boise State
    University, Boise, Idaho: Fall 1997-present

        Professor (promotion effective Fall semester 2008), Associate Graduate Faculty

        Associate Professor (promotion and tenure effective Fall semester 2002), Associate
        Graduate Faculty

    College of Social Sciences & Public Affairs, Department of Sociology, Boise State
    University, Boise, Idaho: Fall 2006- present

        Adjunct Professor, Associate Graduate Faculty

          IPT532: Ethnographic Research in Organizations:
            Ethnography is an approach to learning about the social and cultural life of
            communities, organizations, institutions and other settings that discovers how the
            activities of people in those settings contribute to the creation of society and culture.
            Students receive a foundation in philosophical perspectives and methods supporting
            ethnographic research, learn when to conduct ethnographic research, and explore
            strategies for presenting and critiquing ethnographic research. They will also be
            provided with an opportunity to implement ethnographic research in organizational
            settings.

          IPT529: Needs Assessment:
            Through analysis of case studies, independent fieldwork, guided practice, professional
            readings, and other methods, students learn to use tools, data and systematic methods
            to assess organizational needs, identify performance problems and their causes, and
            help decision makers target the more critical problems to solve and the most feasible
            solutions.

          SOC502: Qualitative Social Research:
           An intensive course in interpretive social scince, covering the practice of fieldwork
           ethnography, the use of computers in qualitative research, techniques of qualitative
           data analysis, and the writing of qualitative research reports.

          SOC497: Sociology of Science, Technology & Engineering:
           Science is one process by which human knowledge is created. Technology is the
           encoding of human knowledge into tools and processes. Engineering is a discipline
           that employs and contributes to science and technology to prototype processes and
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            products for use. All three affect society and its members. In this course, students
            will review and analyze principal scientific, technological and engineering concepts,
            processes and products from a sociological perspective to understand how they affect
            society and its members.

          SOC497: Assessing & Planning Organizational Change:
           Organizations, social institutions and their components can be considered parts of a
           larger social system. Solving problems or realizing opportunities for change can be
           begun by a systematic and systemic analysis of how components function and how
           they interconnect. Students learn and apply theory, models, data and systematic
           methods to assess conditions, identify problems and likely causes, and help decision
           makers prioritize and target critical problems and identify feasible solutions.

          IPT550: Delivery Technology for Instruction:
            Students investigate the applications of various types of media and instructional
            delivery systems in instructional and performance improvement interventions. This
            3-credit hour graduate school course is delivered in two modes; traditional classroom
            settings and via an asynchronous computer mediated teleconferencing system.

          IPT551: Designing Computer Based Training and Computer Assisted Instruction:
            Students learn to apply the principles of instructional design to computer based
            media. Instructional topics include multimedia, hypertext & hypermedia, transaction
            shells, interface design, selection of programming and authoring tools and appropriate
            v. inappropriate uses of computers in training and instruction. This 3-credit hour
            graduate school course is delivered in two modes; traditional classroom settings and
            via an asynchronous computer mediated teleconferencing system.

          IPT563: Job Performance Aids & Electronic Performance Support Systems:
            Students learn and apply design models and selected media to the preparation and
            production of job aids and EPSSs. Models and media will then be critiqued for their
            applicability and suitability to solving human performance problems. This 3-credit
            hour graduate school course is delivered in three modes; traditional classroom
            instruction, via a two way video, two way audio instructional television systems, and
            via an asynchronous computer mediated teleconferencing system.

          Faculty Supervisor for Graduate Student Practicums:
           Supervise graduate students in practica, internship and thesis work.

    College of Technology, Department of Instructional & Performance Technology, Boise State
    University, Boise, Idaho: Spring 1996-Summer 1997

        Assistant Professor, Associate Graduate Faculty (1997-2001), assignments identical to
        above.

        Visiting-Assistant Professor (1996-1997), assignments identical to above. This was a
        non-tenure track position.

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    Program in Instructional Technology, College of Education, Texas Tech University: 1992-
    1996.

        Graduate Teaching Assistant, assignments include:

          EDIT 2318: Computers and Information Technology (delivered a computer literacy
           course to over 600 undergraduate students each semester)

          EDIT 5319: Computer Applications in Classroom and School Management (delivered a
           graduate level course on the use of computers in instructional and administrative
           tasks)

          EDIT 5321: Computer Programming for Educators (developed and delivered
           curriculum for a graduate level course to prepare students for Texas State teacher
           certification test (EXCET) in Information Processing Technology (IPT) and Computer
           Information Systems (CIS). Course covered the Logo and BASIC families of
           computer programming languages).

Theses and Culminating Projects (committee status indicated in parentheses):

Spring 2010 (projected)

       “The `New Way‟: The Elderly Somali Bantu Experience of Western Healthcare Health
        Sciences student: Cathy Deckys (member of committee)

Fall 2009

       “Needs Assessment of Medical Errors in Regional Hospital” IPT student: Benjamin
        Duman (member of committee)

Spring 2009

       “Virtually there: Social structure over time and space” Communication Studies student:
        Wayne Rysavy (member of committee)
       “The role of a female physician: „Going behind the walls of the medical clinic,‟ A
        qualitative study of physician role enactment” Communication Studies student Katie
        Booth-Bohanan (member of committee)

Fall 2008

       “Communicating and Applying Corporate Data for Performance Improvement” IPT
        student: Shelley Berg (member of committee)




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Fall 2001

        “Ethnographic Study Using Action Research to Explore Employee Satisfaction as it
         Relates to Motivation in the Workplace” student: Lei Lonni Kint (chair of committee)

Instructional Load History (Boise State University):
Semesters listed from most recent to oldest

Fall 2009 (11 credit hours)
    IPT532: Ethnographic Research in Organizations [combined with SOC502: Qualitative
       Social Research] (On Campus) ...................... 16 students [8 IPT532; 8 SOC502] (3 cr hrs)
    IPT529: Needs Assessment (Distance) .............................................................. 16 (4 cr hrs)
    IPT593: Thesis (Needs Assessment of Medical Errors in Regional
       Hospital).......................................................................... 1 student, comm member (1 cr hr)
    HSC593: Thesis (The “New Way”: The Elderly Somali Bantu
       Experience of Western Healthcare) ................................ 1 student, comm member (3 cr hr)

Summer 2009 (2 credit hours)
   IPT595: Readings & Conference: Qualitative Research Fieldwork
    Methods (Distance) ................................................................................. 1 student (2 cr hrs)

Spring 2009 (17 credit hours)
    IPT532: Ethnographic Research in Organizations (Online) .................. 8 students (3 cr hrs)
    IPT529: Needs Assessment (On campus) ............................................ 17 students (4 cr hrs)
    IPT593: Thesis (Process Facilitation: Working in the
      „White Space‟) ........................................................................ 1 student, main sup (1 cr hrs)
    IPT593: Thesis (Needs Assessment of Medical Errors in Regional
      Hospital)........................................................................ 1 student, comm member (3 cr hrs)
    COM593: Thesis (Communication & Socialization in
      Second Life) .................................................................. 1 student, comm member (3 cr hrs)
    COM593: Thesis (Roles of Female Physicians) ........... 1 student, comm member (3 cr hrs)

Fall 2008 (17 credit hours)
    IPT532: Ethnographic Research in Organizations
       [combined with SOC502: Qualitative Social Research]
       (On Campus) .................................................. 15 students [6 IPT532; 9 SOC502] (3 cr hrs)
    IPT529: Needs Assessment (Distance) .............................................................. 17 (4 cr hrs)
    IPT593: Thesis (Process Facilitation: Working in the
       „White Space‟) ........................................................................ 1 student, main sup (1 cr hrs)
    IPT593: Thesis (Communicating and Applying Corporate Data for Performance
       Improvement) ................................................................ 1 student, comm member (3 cr hrs)
    IPT593: Thesis (Needs Assessment of Medical Errors in Regional
       Hospital)........................................................................ 1 student, comm member (3 cr hrs)
    COM593: Thesis (Communication & Socialization in
       Second Life) .................................................................. 1 student, comm member (3 cr hrs)

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Spring 2008 (11 credit hours)
    IPT532: Ethnographic Research in Organizations (Distance) ............. 10 students (3 cr hrs)
    IPT529: Needs Assessment (On Campus) ......................................................... 15 (4 cr hrs)
    IPT593: Thesis (Change Management: Working in the
      „White Space‟) ........................................................................ 1 student, main sup (1 cr hrs)
    IPT593: Thesis (Evaluating Use of Feedback) ............. 1 student, comm member (3 cr hrs)

Fall 2007 (11 credit hours)
    IPT532: Ethnographic Research in Organizations
       [combined with SOC502: Qualitative Social Research]
       (On Campus) .................................................. 16 students [6 IPT532; 9 SOC502] (3 cr hrs)
    IPT529: Needs Assessment (Distance) ................................................ 15 students (4 cr hrs)
    IPT593: Thesis (Change Management: Working in the
       „White Space‟) ..................................................................1 student, main suprvsr (1 cr hrs)
    IPT596: Independent Study (Literature Review:
       Psychological Modeling & Organizational Change) ........1 student, main suprvsr (2 cr hrs)

Spring 2007 (9 credit hours)
    IPT532: Ethnographic Research in Organizations (Distance) ............... 5 students (3 cr hrs)
    SOC497: Sociology of Science, Technology & Engineering
      (On Campus) .......................................................................................... 7 students (3 cr hrs)
    IPT593: Thesis (Change Management: Working in the
      „White Space‟) ..................................................................1 student, main suprvsr (1 cr hrs)
    IPT596: Independent Study (Designing Job Aids for
      Higher Education Faculty in Technology Mediated Classrooms) ............ 1 student (1 cr hr)
    IPT596: Independent Study (Qualitative Interviewing for
      Benchmarking Instructional Technology Transitions in Health Care) ..... 1 student (1 cr hr)

Fall 2006 (6 credit hours)
    IPT532/SOC502: Ethnographic Research in Organizations/
       Qualitative Social Research (On Campus)............................................ 7 students (3 cr hrs)
    IPT593: Thesis (Change Management: Working in the
       „White Space‟) ..................................................................1 student, main suprvsr (3 cr hrs)

Spring 2006 (15 credit hours)
    IPT550: Delivery Technology for Instruction (Distance) .................... 13 students (4 cr hrs)
    IPT550: Delivery Technology for Instruction (On Campus) ................. 5 students (4 cr hrs)
    IPT593: Thesis (Change Management: Working in the
      „White Space‟) ..................................................................1 student, main suprvsr (3 cr hrs)
    IPT593: Thesis (Women & Leadership) ...........................1 student, main suprvsr (3 cr hrs)
    IPT595: Readings & Conference (Institutional Sociology) ...................... 1 student (1 cr hr)

Fall 2005 (7 credit hours)
    IPT532/SOC502: Ethnographic Research in Organizations
       (On Campus) ........................................................................................ 13 students (3 cr hrs)
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         IPT550: Delivery Technology for Instruction (Distance) .................... 13 students (4 cr hrs)

Spring 2005 (Sabbatical)
    Sabbatical research project: Technology-Mediated Labor, Management and Society:
      Discourses of Deconstruction and Reconstruction in 21st Century Work.
      (NOTE: Research associated with this sabbatical facilitated completion of a PhD in
      Sociology (Central Queensland University, 2006) and contributed to the completion of
      one book, 11 journal publications or book chapters and nine conference presentations.)

Fall 2004 (Sabbatical)
    Sabbatical research project: Technology-Mediated Labor, Management and Society:
       Discourses of Deconstruction and Reconstruction in 21st Century Work.
       (NOTE: Research associated with this sabbatical facilitated completion of a PhD in
       Sociology (Central Queensland University, 2006) and contributed to the completion of
       one book, 11 journal publications or book chapters and nine conference presentations.)

Spring 2004 (7 credit hours, Faculty Research Associate)
    IPT550: Delivery Technology for Instruction (On Campus) ............... 15 students (4 cr hrs)
    IPT595: Readings & Conference, Portfolio Preparation......................... 1 student (3 cr hrs)
    Recipient of 2003-2004 Faculty Research Associates Program.
      This award is constituted by a one course load reduction in two
      successive semesters (Fall 2003, Spring 2004).

Fall 2003 (6 credit hours, Faculty Research Associate)
    IPT532: Ethnographic Research in Organizations (On Campus) ........ 10 students (3 cr hrs)
    IPT595: Readings & Conference, Survey Data Analysis & Report
       Writing .................................................................................................... 1 student (3 cr hrs)
    Recipient of 2003-2004 Faculty Research Associates Program.
       This award is constituted by a one course load reduction in two
       successive semesters (Fall 2003, Spring 2004).

Spring 2003 (11 credit hours)
    IPT550: Delivery Technology for Instruction (Distance) .................... 16 students (4 cr hrs)
    IPT550: Delivery Technology for Instruction (On Campus) ............... 13 students (4 cr hrs)
    IPT590: Practicum/Internship – Supervision of Teaching
      Assistantship (Distance).......................................................................... 1 student (3 cr hrs)

Fall 2002 (11 credit hours)
    IPT550: Delivery Technology for Instruction (Distance) ................................... 17 students
    IPT563: Designing JPAs & EPSSs (On Campus) ................................................ 6 students
    IPT590: Practicum/Internship – Supervision of Teaching Assistantship
       (Distance) ................................................................................................ 1 student (2 cr hrs)
    IPT590: Practicum/Internship – Theory and Practice of Focus Group
       Interviewing and Focus Group data analysis .......................................................... 1 student

Spring 2002 (12 credit hours)
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         IPT550: Delivery Technology for Instruction (Distance) ................................... 13 students
         IPT550: Delivery Technology for Instruction (On Campus) .............................. 21 students
         IPT590: Practicum/Internship – Distance Instruction (Distance) ........................... 1 student
         IPT595: Readings and Conference: Constructivist, Poststructural and
          Postmodern Philosophy in Vocational Education ................................................... 1 student

Fall 2001 (12 credit hours)
    IPT550: Delivery Technology for Instruction (Distance) ................................... 18 students
    IPT597: Ethnographic Analysis of Performance Environments (On Campus) .. 10 students
    IPT591: Culminating Project: Improving Motivationally-Oriented Performance
       Factors Following Organizational Restructuring (Distance) .................................. 1 student
    IPT595: Readings and Conference: Constructivist, Poststructural and
       Postmodern Philosophy in Vocational Education ................................................... 1 student

Spring 2001 (15 credit hours)
    IPT550: Delivery Technology for Instruction (Distance) ................................... 21 students
    IPT563: Job Performance Aids (JPAs) & Electronic Performance Support
      Systems (EPSSs) ................................................................................................. 13 students
    IPT591: Culminating Project: Improving Motivationally-Oriented Performance
      Factors Following Organizational Restructuring (Distance) .................................. 1 student
    IPT590: Practicum/Internship: Reflective Practice in the Design of Computer-
      Based Training (Distance) ...................................................................................... 1 student
    IPT596: Directed Research: Contextual Design of Computer-Based
      Performance Tools .................................................................................................. 1 student

Fall 2000 (12 credit hours)
    IPT550: Delivery Technology for Instruction (Distance) ................................... 19 students
    IPT563: Job Performance Aids (JPAs) & Electronic Performance Support
       Systems (EPSSs) ................................................................................................... 9 students
    IPT591: Culminating Project: Improving Motivationally-Oriented Performance
       Factors Following Organizational Restructuring (Distance) .................................. 1 student
    IPT590: Practicum/Internship: Reflective Practice in the Design of Computer-
       Based Training (Distance) ...................................................................................... 1 student

Summer 2000 (6 credit hours)
   IPT591: Culminating Project: Improving Motivationally-Oriented Performance
    Factors Following Organizational Restructuring (Distance) .................................. 1 student
   IPT590: Practicum/Internship: Reflective Practice in the Design of Computer-
    Based Training (Distance) ...................................................................................... 1 student

Spring 2000 (12 credit hours, development)
    IPT563: Job Performance Aids (JPAs) & Electronic Performance Support
      Systems (EPSSs) (Distance) ............................................................................... 18 students
    IPT597: Special Topics: Designing Instruction and Instructional Materials for
      Distance Education .............................................................................................. 7 students

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         IPT595: Readings & Conference: Performance Technology of Customer
          Service & Tech Support ......................................................................................... 1 student
         IPT591: Culminating Project: Improving Motivationally-Oriented Performance
          Factors Following Organizational Restructuring .................................................... 1 student

Fall 1999 (12 credit hours)
    IPT550: Delivery Technology for Instruction (Distance) ................................... 21 students
    IPT591: Project: Development of distance education instructional materials ..... 9 students
    IPT595: Readings & Conference: Design and development of job aids................. 1 student
    IPT590: Practicum/Internship ................................................................................. 1 student

Summer 1999 (6 credit hours, curriculum development, development)
   IP595: Readings & Conference: Current topics in instructional & performance
    technology ............................................................................................................... 1 student
   IP591: Project: Development of instructional materials: Multimedia
    flowcharting & storyboarding (distance) ................................................................ 1 student
   Refinement and delivery of the “LearningSpace Bootcamp” to prepare distance education
    students and instructors for coursework to be delivered in Lotus LearningSpace: Goals of
    this assignment were to
         Prototype, and refine instructional materials for teaching how to setup and use
        Lotus LearningSpace
         Provide technical assistance to students and faculty during their transition to using
        Lotus LearningSpace for the delivery of the Department Instructional & Performance
        Technology distance education coursework

Spring 1999 (9 credit hours)
    IP550: Delivery Technology for Instruction (On Campus) ................................. 14 students
    IP550: Delivery Technology for Instruction (Distance) ...................................... 20 students
    IP590: Practicum/Internship ................................................................................... 1 student
    Refinement and delivery of the “LearningSpace Bootcamp” to prepare distance education
      students and instructors for coursework to be delivered in Lotus LearningSpace: Goals of
      this assignment were to
           Prototype, and refine instructional materials for teaching how to setup and use
          Lotus LearningSpace
           Provide technical assistance to students and faculty during their transition to using
          Lotus LearningSpace for the delivery of the Department Instructional & Performance
          Technology distance education coursework

Fall 1998 (12 credit hours, curriculum development)
    IP551: Designing Computer-Based Training (On Campus) ............................... 10 students
    IP551: Designing Computer-Based Training (Distance) .................................... 12 students
    IP596: Directed Research/Needs Assessment for a graduate level course on
       the topic of Needs Assessment (Distance) .............................................................. 1 student
    IP596: Directed Research/Development of a model to guide the development
       of WWW-based Training ........................................................................................ 1 student

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         Development, prototyping and delivery of the “LearningSpace Bootcamp” to prepare
          distance education students and instructors for coursework to be delivered in Lotus
          LearningSpace: Goals of this assignment were to:
               Prototype, and refine instructional materials for teaching how to setup and use
              Lotus LearningSpace
               Provide technical assistance to students and faculty during their transition to using
              Lotus LearningSpace for the delivery of the Department Instructional & Performance
              Technology distance education coursework

Summer 1998 (6 credit hours, curriculum development)
   IP596: Directed Research/Needs Assessment for a graduate level course
    on the topic of Needs Assessment (Distance) ......................................................... 1 student
   IP596: Directed Research/Development of a model to guide the development
    of WWW-based Training ........................................................................................ 1 student
   Prototyping and curriculum development of distance education coursework to be
    delivered in Lotus LearningSpace: Goals of this assignment were to
         Prototype, test and refine a multi-faculty, department-wide system for the use of
        Lotus LearningSpace for the delivery of the Department Instructional & Performance
        Technology distance education coursework
         Prototype, test and refine job aids to support student use of Lotus LearningSpace
         Provide technical assistance to faculty during their transition to using Lotus
        LearningSpace for the delivery of the Department Instructional & Performance
        Technology distance education coursework

Spring 1998 (12 credit hours)
    IP550: Delivery Technology for Instruction (On Campus) ................................. 14 students
    IP563: Job Performance Aids & Electronic Performance Support Systems
      (Distance) ........................................................................................................... 18 students
    IP595: Readings & Conference: Needs Analysis (Distance & On Campus) ........ 2 students
    IP596: Directed Research: WWW Instructional Message Design (Distance) ....... 1 student

Fall 1997 (12 credit hours)
    IP550: Delivery Technology for Instruction (Distance) ...................................... 19 students
    IP551: Designing Computer Based Training (On Campus) ............................... 10 students
    IP590: Practicum/Internship (On Campus) ............................................................. 1 student
    IP595: Readings & Conference: Groupware, CSCW, CSCL (Distance) .............. 2 students

Summer 1997 (3 credit hours)
   IP597 (course is now IPT532): Qualitative Evaluation Methods in Human
    Performance Technology (Distance) ..................................................................... 7 students

Spring 1997 (12 credit hours)
    IP450g: Media, methods, theories and practice of distance education using
      Compressed Video (On Campus and Distance) .................................................... 7 students
    IP597 (course is now IPT563): Job Performance Aids & Electronic
      Performance Support Systems (On Campus)...................................................... 10 students
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         IP537: Instructional Systems Design (Distance) ................................................. 17 students
         IP596: Directed Research: Grounded Theory Development of IPT
          Interventions (On Campus) ..................................................................................... 1 student

Fall 1996 (9 credit hours)
    IP497/597: Methods & Media for Delivering Instruction via Two-Way
       Compressed Video (On Campus and Distance) .................................................. 12 students
    IP536: Intro to IPT (Distance)............................................................................. 17 students
    IP550: Delivery Technology for Instruction (On Campus) ................................. 14 students

Spring 1996 (3 credit hours)
    IP550: Delivery Technology for Instruction (Adjunct faculty assignment,
      distance education).............................................................................................. 14 students

Professional Service:

  Professional Organization Memberships
      American Sociological Association (ASA): 2007-present
      Pacific Sociological Association (PSA): 2000-present
      The Australian Sociological Association (TASA): 2005-present
      International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI): 1996-2006
      American Educational Research Association (AERA): 1994-2001
      National Communication Association (NCA): 1996-1999

  Professional Organization Activities
      Pacific Sociological Association
           Conference Session Coordinator: 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
           Member, Committee on Clinical and Applied Sociology: 2009-2011
      The Australian Sociological Association
           Conference Session Reviewer: 2007
      International Society for Performance Improvement
           Research Committee: 1997-1998, 1998-1999, 1999-2000, 2000-2001; chairperson,
           1999-2000, 2000-2001
           Conference Session Reviewer: 2004

  Journal Manuscript Reviewer
      American Journal of Distance Education (Distance Education)
      Critical Discourse Studies (Sociology & Communication Studies)
      Journal of Computing in Higher Education (Instructional Technology, Higher
       Education)
      Journal of E-Working (Labor, Technology & Economic Systems)
      New Technology, Work, and Employment (Business & Sociology)
      Organization: The Critical Journal of Organization Theory and Society (Organization
       Theory & Sociology)
      Performance Improvement Quarterly (Instructional & Performance Technology)

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  Sponsored Projects Proposal Reviewer
     National Science Foundation (Science, Technology & Society; Division of Social and
       Economic Sciences/SBE; Science of Science & Innovation Policy Program
       (http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2008/nsf08586/nsf08586.htm)

  Open Source Software Project Participation
     GNU Common Lisp (GCL): 2007-present
       (http://savannah.gnu.org/project/memberlist.php?group=gcl)
            Build and maintenance of Win32 version from project source code
            Development testing
     OpenOffice (OOo): 2006-present
            Development feedback on Win32 version for project developers

  Guest Lecturer (SOC411 Fall 2008)

      The Expert Witness and Courtroom Discourse: Presented research design and findings from
      discourse analytic research on science and law through analysis of court transcripts.

  Workshop Presenter: Science, Technology & Society; Ideas and Approaches for
    Instructors and Social Actors (June 2008)

      Workshop presented to faculty and staff at Republic Polytechnic (Singapore) to aid the
      development of compulsory educational units for students pursuing diplomas in technology
      and technoscience career tracks.

  Panelist: “The Diversity Requirement: Engaging Students from the Syllabus to
    the Classroom (February 2008)

      Panelist/advisor in a workshop to aid Boise State University faculty in developing syllabi,
      course objectives and course materials that address the university‟s diversity policy and
      fulfill the curricular „diversity requirement‟ for undergraduate students.

  Session Organizer, Reviewer, Pacific Sociological Association conference,
    2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009

      Organized, collected and reviews papers from members of the Pacific Sociological
      Association for session titled: Post-structuralism, Power, Subjectivity: Inspecting the
      Production of Subjects in Social Settings.

  Debating “Saving the World with HPT (Human Performance Technology)”
  (January 2006)

      Participated in a debate with Dr. Roger Kaufman and Dr. Dale Brethower on the topic,
      hosted by the Michigan Chapter of ISPI (International Society for Performance
      Improvement), 19 January 2006.

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      This debate was prompted by a series of papers authored by the debate participants and
      published in „Performance Improvement‟ journal:

         Andrews, J., Farrington, J., Packer, M., & Kaufman, R. (2004). Saving the world with
               HPT: Expanding beyond the workplace and beyond the "business case".
               Performance Improvement, 43(2), 44-47.
         Winiecki, D. (2004). Rejoinder to "saving the world with HPT": A critical, scientific,
               and consultative reflection. Performance Improvement, 43(8), 30-34.
         Brethower, D. (2006). Yes we can: A rejoinder to Don Winiecki's rejoinder about saving
               the world with HPT. Performance Improvement, 44(2), 19-24.

  Technical Supervisor & Instructional Support for Online Professional
  Development Training (July 2004)

      International Society for Performance Improvement, Online Institute: Principles and
      Practices of Performance Improvement: Supervised the modification and delivery of online
      professional development training through the BSU-IPT distance education system, for the
      International Society for Performance Improvement.

  Conference Proposal Reviewer: International Society for Performance
  Improvement 2004 Conference, proposals for session in the track titled,
  “Academic Forum”

  Guest Lecturer (SOC412, SOC502, 23 Sep. 2003)

      Ethnographic Fieldwork Methods: Knowledge and practice of ethnographic fieldwork in
      institutional settings.

  Technical Supervisor & Instructional Support for Online Professional
  Development Training (Jan. 2003, June 2003, Oct. 2003)

      International Society for Performance Improvement, Online Institute: Principles and
      Practices of Performance Improvement: Supervised the modification and delivery of online
      professional development training through the BSU-IPT distance education system, for the
      International Society for Performance Improvement.

  Faculty Members’ Experience With and AttitudesToward the Use of Technology
  In Teaching At Boise State University (Fall 2002)

      A set of three focus groups were organized and conducted with 15 Boise State University
      faculty, to identify, define and analyze the attitudes and values of Boise State University
      faculty toward the use of technologies in instructional practice. This project was sponsored
      by the BSU Teaching and Learning with Technology Roundtable (TLTR) and conducted
      with the support of Brenda Thorpe, IPT graduate student.

      A final report of findings of this project was submitted to the TLTR on 20 February, 2003.
      Contents of this report informed the development of educational leadership in educational
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      technology at BSU and the preparation of an Idaho State Board of Education Grant for
      Instructional Technology Initiatives, 2003-2004.

  'Friends of Anthropology' lecture (12 Nov. 2002)

      A Post-Structural Ethnography in Call Centers: Presented findings of ongoing research in
      call centers, tertiary labor, from a post-structural perspective. This lecture was invited by
      the „Friends of Anthropology‟ and was written for presentation to undergraduate
      Anthropology, Sociology and other Social Science majors.

  Conference Proposal Reviewer: International Society for Performance
  Improvement, One and Two-Day workshop proposals for 2003 Conference

  Guest Lecturer (SOC412, SOC502, Spring 2002)

      A Post-Structural Ethnography in Call Centers: Presented research design and initial
      fieldwork from ongoing research in call centers, tertiary labor, from a post-structural
      perspective.

  Technical Supervisor & Instructional Support for Online Professional
  Development Training (Feb. 2002, March-Apr. 2002, Nov. 2002)

      International Society for Performance Improvement, Online Institute: Principles and
      Practices of Performance Improvement: Supervised the modification and delivery of online
      professional development training through the BSU-IPT distance education system, for the
      International Society for Performance Improvement.

  Faculty In-service Instructor (2002):

      Online Education: What, When and How: Presented research and experience-based
      knowledge on designing and delivering online education to Faculty of the Larry G. Selland
      College of Applied Technology, Boise State University, January 9, 2002.

  Faculty Development Seminar sponsored by Boise State University Teaching
     and Learning Roundtable (TLTR) and the Boise State University CoreOnline
     Project

      Improving Discussion-Oriented Online Instruction: 15 March 2002
      Companion multimedia CD was produced and is currently housed by the Simplot-Micron
      Instructional Technology Center (SMITC). Archives and a set of multimedia documents
      supporting the seminar are available at: http://itc.boisestate.edu/tltr/disc05.htm.

  Technical Supervisor for Online Professional Development Training (15 Oct. – 2
     Nov. 2001)

      International Society for Performance Improvement, Online Institute: Principles and
      Practices of Performance Improvement: Supervised the design, development and delivery
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      of online professional development training through the BSU-IPT distance education
      system, for the International Society for Performance Improvement.

  Keynote Speaker and Presenter, Title III Distance Learning Conference 2000,
    June 28 - 29, 2000, Columbia Basin College, Pasco, WA:

      Instructional Message Design for Distance Education (Keynote presentation)

      Managing Conversations Online: Presented findings from personal research on the practice
      and instructional efficacy of online instructional communications

  Guest Presenter, SMITC Summer Technology Institute, May 24 – 28, 1999, Boise
    State University:

      What we do when we teach and what we need from instructional technology (May 25):
      Presented a model describing instructional communication and technological support for
      instructional communication.

      Online communication strategies for asynchronous computer-mediated coursework (May
      27): Presented findings from personal research on the practice of online instructional
      communications.

  Guest Speaker (SBOE Grant Project, PI John Bigalow: Spring 1999):

      Instructional Management Techniques: Helping distance students and instructors keep track
      of asynchronous discussions: Presented original research and development on
      asynchronous distance education techniques to SBOE Grant Project: PI John Bigalow.

  Guest Presenter, SMITC Summer Technology Institute, July 13 – July 17, 1998,
    Boise State University:

      What we do when we teach and what we need from instructional technology (July 13):
      Presented a model describing instructional communication and technological support for
      instructional communication.

      Online communication strategies for asynchronous computer-mediated coursework (July
      15): Presented findings from personal research on the practice of online instructional
      communications.

  Guest Speaker (IS497, Spring 1998):

      Performance Support Systems: Presented a lecture and interactive demonstration of
      technological Performance Support Systems for computer software. The instructors for this
      course were Rob Anson and Gwen Smith.



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  Professional Development Workshop Series, January 13, 1997, Boise State
     University:

      Teaching in a Technological Era: The Boise State University Distance Learning Network
      (DLN). Presented a faculty workshop on the use of compressed video technologies and its
      impact on the dynamics of classroom teaching and learning.

  Faculty In-service Instructor (1996-1997):

      IP450g: Distance Education Techniques: Media, methods, theories and practice of distance
      education. Emphasis on compressed video technologies to support distance instruction.
      This is a one credit hour course offered to practicing instructors as professional
      development in the use of distance education technologies (1996-1997).

  University and College Committee Memberships (Boise State University):

         College of Engineering ad hoc committee on Department Chairperson term transitions
          (Spring 2000)
         College of Engineering Committee on Research and Creative Activities (2005-2008)
         College of Engineering Dean Evaluation Committee (2002-2003)
         College of Engineering Distant Learning/Outreach Committee (1997-1998; Chairperson
          1998-1999; 1999-2000)
         College of Engineering Facilities/Computer Committee (ongoing)
         College of Engineering Tenure & Promotion Committee (2001-2002, 2002-2003,
          Chairperson 2003-2004, Chairperson 2008-2009)
         Foundation Scholars Selection Committee for Research/Creative Activity (1997-2001;
          Chairperson, 2000-2001; 2001-2002; 2002-2003, 2003-2004)
         Instructional & Performance Technology Program Committee (ongoing)
         Provost‟s special committee on Educational Technology (ongoing)
         TLTR: Teaching and Learning with Technology Roundtable (1997-1998, 1998-1999,
          1999-2000; 2000-2001; 2001-2002; 2002-2003)

Grants, Awards & Scholarships

         Boise State University, Foundation Scholars‟ Award for Research, 2008-2009
          (nominated)
         National Science Foundation, NSF 09-533 grant proposal for Nanotechnology
          Undergraduate Education. This proposal addresses social and ethical implications and
          historical issues related to technological innovations in society, with a focus on
          nanotechnologies. (pending) (Co authors, Dr. Kris Campbell, Dr. Don Winiecki)
         Sloan Foundation Industry Studies Fellowship, 2008. (unfunded)
         Boise State University 2006-07 Albertsons Library Collection Grant program. $3000
          grant to purchase books relevant to department curricular offerings. (Co authors, Dr.
          Yonnie Chyung, Dr. David Cox, Dr. Linda Huglin.)


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         Boise State University 2006-07 Faculty Grant Program. Grant proposal title: Crossing
          Boundaries, Accommodating Subjectivities: An Ethnographic Study of Expert Witnesses
          (unfunded)
         NSF „Science and Society‟ program. Grant proposal title: Sensors in Science,
          Technology and Society: The Translation of Objects onto Subjects (unfunded).
         NSF 'Social and Political Sciences' program. Grant proposal title: Disciplining Service:
          Producing the Worker as Object and Subject in Technology-Mediated Tertiary Labor
          (unfunded).
         Recipient of 2003-2004 Faculty Research Associates Program. This award is
          constituted by a one course load reduction in two successive semesters (Fall 2003,
          Spring 2004).
         Human Performance Technology Learning Anytime Anywhere Project – FIPSE/LAAP
          FY 2000 (unfunded). Co-investigator with Rick Battaglia, Executive Director
          International Society for Performance Improvement; Roger Kaufman, Ph.D., Florida
          State University; Jim Pershing, Ph.D., Indiana University; Richard Clark, Ed.D.,
          University of Southern California; Peter Dean, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania; Dale
          Brethower, Ph.D., Western Michigan University.
         Design and Development of an Asynchronous, Computer-Mediated Course in
          Construction Contracts and Law, 2000 (unfunded). Co-investigator with Rebecca
          Mirsky, Ph.D., David L. Cox, Ph.D.
         American Sociological Association, Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline, 1999:
          Analytic methodologies, processes and procedures for the study of asynchronous,
          computer-mediated conversation (unfunded).
         American Sociological Association, Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline, 1999:
          Learning how to help: The social construction of technology at a computer help-desk
          (unfunded).
         International Society for Performance Improvement, Research Grant, 1998-1999:
          Learning how to help: Ethnomethods of a computer help-desk.
         Recipient of CH Foundation Scholarship for graduate students in education, 1995-96
         Outstanding Doctoral Student, 1994. Texas Tech University, College of Education
         Recipient of G. Lee Memorial Scholarship for graduate students in education, 1994-95
         First place award in the Communications Research division of the 21st Annual Student
          Research Conference at Eastern New Mexico University: Winiecki, D. The affect and
          effect of human-computer-interaction paradigms on learning and using Logo.
          Presented at the 21st Annual Student Research Conference at Eastern New Mexico
          University, April 21, 1994. Portales, NM.
         Recipient of G. Lee Memorial Scholarship for graduate students in education, 1993-94
         Recipient of Texas Tech University, College of Education Research Grant, 1992-93.
          This grant funded research that culminated in the acceptance of a paper at a refereed
          conference:
              Winiecki, D. & Ahern, T. C. (1995). Designing for Learnability (DesiL): An engine
                    for informing the design of easy-to-learn microcomputer interfaces. in J. L.
                    Schnase & E. L. Cunnis (Eds.) Proceedings of CSCL '95: The First
                    International Conference on Computer Support for Collaborative Learning,
                    October 17-20, 1995, (pp. 392-396) Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum
                    Associates.
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Curriculum Vita                                         27                       Donald J. Winiecki, Ed.D., Ph.D.
         Graduate teaching assistant and research assistant, Texas Tech University, College of
          Education, Program in Instructional Technology, 1992-1996.




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References

      Dr. David L. Cox, Ph.D.                                          Dr. Bert Wigman, Ph.D.
      Emeritus Associate Professor                                     Lecturer in Sociology
      Department of Instructional & Performance                        Faculty of Sciences, Engineering &
          Technology                                                       Health
      Boise State University,                                          School of Psychology & Sociology
      College of Engineering                                           Building 32 Room 2.64
      1910 University Drive,                                           Central Queensland University
      Boise, ID 83725                                                  Rockhampton, Queensland 4702
      (208) 426-3840 voice                                             07 4930 9530 (voice)
      davidcox2006@msn.com                                             07 4930 6460 (fax)
      dcox@boisestate.edu                                              b.wigman@cqu.edu.au

      Dr. Michael Blain, Ph.D.
      Professor, Department of Sociology
      Boise State University,
      College of Social Science & Public Affairs
      1910 University Drive,
      Boise, ID 83725
      (208) 426-1346
      mblain@boisestate.edu




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