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Wayne Hall, Professor

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Professional Summary

During my first twenty years at UC, my research concentrated on modern Irish literature and led to the publication of two books: Shadowy Heroes: Irish Literature of the 1890s (Syracuse UP, 1980) and Dialogues in the Margin: A Study of the Dublin University Magazine (Catholic U of America P, 1999). My move into the position of Vice Provost for Faculty Development in 2001 created new pathways aligned with my administrative work. For the next ten years, then, my research focused on scholarly teaching and the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL), with particular focus on instructional technology, ePortfolios, assessment of student learning, and teaching strategies for large-enrollment classes. In September 2011, I returned to a fulltime faculty position while continuing to conduct SoTL research, with a particular focus on undergraduate teaching and learning.

Positions and Work Experience

2001-2011, Vice Provost for Faculty Development, University of Cincinnati, .

2000-2001, Director of the University’s Learning Communities Initiative (March 2000-Dec. 2001), University of Cincinnati, .

1998-2001, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Student Affairs (Sept. 1998-Feb. 2001), University of Cincinnati, College of Arts & Sciences.

1999-, Professor. , University of Cincinnati,, Department of English & Comparative Literature.

1971-1973, English teacher., Gymnasium an der Willmsstrasse,, Delmenhorst, Germany.

Research Support

To support the Academy of Fellows for Teaching & Learning (AFTL), the Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning (CET&L), and e-Portfolio development,, UC|21 Special Grants,. $115,000 . Date: 2007 to 2008.

September Institutes,, UC Faculty Development Council. average of $120,000 per Institute. Date: 2002 to 2008.

OLN Learning Institutes in January 2003 and November 2004,, Ohio Learning Network. $75,000. Date: 2003 to 2004.

Online Scenarios program and technology-support program for UC adjunct faculty,, Success Challenge. $35,000. Date: 2002 to 2004.

Learning Communities, UC Success Challenge,. $225,000. Date: 2000 to 2002.

The First-Year-Experience Course, UC Success Challenge,. $7500. Date: 2000 to 2002.

award for a faculty learning community focused on academic leadership development,, Faculty Development Council. $12,880. Date: 2010 to 2011.

Peer Reviewed Publications

"Landscape as Frame in The Real Charlotte." New Hibernia Review 3.3.

"Attribution Problems: The Wellesley Index vs. the Dublin University Magazine." Long Room 36.

"The First Year of the Dublin University Magazine (1833-1877)." Eire-Ireland 22.4.

"The Dublin University Magazine and Isaac Butt, 1834-1838." Victorian Periodicals Review 20.2.

"J. S. Le Fanu: The House by the Market-place." Eire-Ireland 21.2 (1986). Reprinted in Reflections in a Glass Darkly: The Essays of J. Sheridan Le Fanu. Brian Showers, Jim Rockhill, and Gary Crawford, co-editors. Hippocampus Press.

"Edward Martyn (1859-1923): Politics and Drama of Ice." Eire-Ireland 15.2.

"Trinity: The Formulas of History." Eire-Ireland 13.4.

Catie Gynn, Wayne Hall, Sheryl Hansen, Alan Kalish, Mary Lou Holly, and Dan Madigan. “Developing a Statewide Faculty Learning Community Program." New Directions for Teaching and Learning Spring.

"From Personal to Social and Back Again: A Review of Darren Cambridge's Eportfolios for Lifelong Learning and Assessment." Inaugural issue of the International Journal of ePortfolio.

Paper Presentations

Anglo-Irish Ideology and the Dublin University Magazine: Problems in Respectability. Modern Language Association, New Orleans, LA.

The Dublin University Magazine -- J. S. Le Fanu, Owner and Proprietor. American Committee for Irish Studies, Columbus, Ohio.

Ireland and the American South: Doubling Back on the Renaissance. Philological Association of the Carolinas, Columbia, South Carolina.

The Image of the Hero in Modern Irish Literature. James Joyce Symposium, Dublin, Ireland.

Wayne Hall and Arlene Harris Mitchell. Building Higher Education Collaborations: Colleges of Education and Colleges of Arts & Sciences”. ESTE 2000 conference (Embedding Service Learning into Teacher Education), Indianapolis.

Panel presentation at a major forum. Building a Collaborative Community: Colleges of Education and Colleges of Arts & Sciences. American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Chicago.

Wayne Hall, Michael Lieberman, and Malcolm Montgomery. Active Learning Goes Interactive. Ohio Learning Network 2002 conference, Energizing Higher Education through Instructional Technology, Columbus, Ohio.

Stuart Blersch and Wayne Hall. Transforming the Writing Classroom. PBL 2002 International Conference, Baltimore.

Gisela Escoe, Wayne Hall, Edward Hearn, and Kristi Nelson. The Learning Outcomes of an Integrated Core. 2007 Assessment Institute, Indianapolis.

Wayne Hall and Susan Polich. Quantitative Measure of Epistemological Belief Change in Faculty Learning Communties. 31st Annual POD (Professional and Organizational Development) Network Conference, Portland, Oregon.

Jonathan Alexander and Wayne Hall. Game On: Designing Games and Exploring Literacy in an Advanced Composition Class. Computers and Writing 2007: Virtual Urbanism, Wayne State University.

Wayne Hall, Kathryn Russ, and Wendy Stone Scott. Team-Based Learning Throughout the Curriculum: An Integrated Model. 24th Annual Lilly Conference on College Teaching, Oxford, Ohio.

Catie Gynn, Wayne Hall, Sheryl Hansen, and Alan Kalish. The Ohio Learning Network Learning Communities Initiative. 28th Annual POD (Professional and Organizational Development) Network Conference, Denver.

Wayne Hall and Pamela Person. The Intersection of Faculty and Student Learning Communities: The Learning Community as a Structure for Professional Development and Renewal. 8th Annual Learning Communities and Collaboration Conference: Student Learning and Engagement, Indianapolis.

Wayne Hall, Gisela Escoe, and Julie Burdick. E-Portfolios and Nationally Standardized Tests: Validation or Depreciation?. 2008 Assessment Institute, Indianapolis.

Jonathan Alexander and Wayne Hall. No Game, No Gain: Exploring Literacy Through Game Design in an Advanced Writing Class. "Innovation Island" demonstration at the Convergence of Learning, Libraries, and Technology Conference, hosted by the Ohio Digital Commons for Education, Columbus, Ohio.

Gisela Escoe, Wayne Hall, & Julie Burdick. E-portfolios and Nationally Standardized Tests: Validation or Depreciation. 2008 Assessment Institute, Indianapolis.

Gisela Escoe, Wayne Hall, & Mark Nicholas. E-portfolios and Nationally Standardized Tests: Validation or Depreciation?. 2009 International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (ISSOTL) conference, Bloomington, Indiana.

Strategies for Adoption: Faculty Development and ePortfolios. Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL) conference “ePortfolios and the Emergent Learning Ecology, Boston, MA.

Erinn Green & Wayne Hall. Practice, Practice: Small Group Learning, Simulations, Role Playing. Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning (CET&L) “Best Practices in Scholarly Teaching” conference, Cincinnati.

Steve Acker, Anna Bendo, George Steele, & Wayne Hall. eFolio: Ohio’s New Electronic Portfolio Option. Ohio Educational Technology Conference, Columbus, Ohio.

Wayne Hall & Rich Robles. ePortfolios as Institutional Process: Progress and Challenges for Adoption at a Large Research University. Third Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy , Virginia Tech at Blacksburg.

Farrah Jacquez, Wayne Hall, Michael Sharp, MJ Woeste, and Elissa Yancey. Design for/Learn from Diversity: Strategies to Shape the Classroom and Beyond. Third Annual Diversity Conference, Cincinnati, OH.

Degrees of Publicity. Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL) , Boston, MA.

Honors and Awards

Boyce Teaching Award, , Department of English, University of Cincinnati, 1995.

Shadowy Heroes selected by Choice magazine as an Outstanding Academic Book, 1981.

Summer Faculty Research Fellowship, (Summer 1985, also Summer 1982), University of Cincinnati, 1985.

Phi Beta Kappa, 1969.

Member of the Academy of Fellows for Teaching & Learning, 2011.

Boyce Teaching Award, Department of English, University of Cincinnati, 2012.