Dr. Retta Guy

Associate Professor & Interim Associate Dean

Guy

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Office: AWC K408
Phone: (615) 963-7176
Email: rguy@tnstate.edu



 

 

 

 

 

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Curriculum Vitae

Recent Research

Refereed Articles  
Guy, R. & Lownes-Jackson, M. (2013).  Web-Based Tutorials and Traditional Face-to-Face Lectures: A Comparative Analysis of Student Performance.  Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology. , 10, 241-259.   
Guy, R. & Lownes-Jackson, M. (2012).  Assessing the Effectiveness of Web-Based Tutorials Using Pre- and Post-Test Measurements.  Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects, 8.   
Guy, R. (2012).  The Net Generation: Investigating Students' Self-Reported Computer Literacy.  Journal of Information Systems Technology and Planning, 5 (13).   
Guy, R. (2012).  The Use of Social Media for Academic Practice: A Review of Literature.  Kentucky Journal of Higher Education Policy and Practice.   
Guy, R. & Lownes-Jackson, M. (2011).  Business Continuity Strategies: An Assessment of Planning, Preparedness, Response and Recovery Activities for Emergency Disasters.  Review of Management Innovation and Creativity, 4 (9).   
Guy, R. & Lownes-Jackson, M. (2011).  Internet Technology: A Source of Communication, Marketing, and Revenue for Minority-Owned Businesses in the United States.  Journal of International Business and Research, 2 (5).   
Guy, R. (2010).  An Examination of Students' Self-Efficacy Beliefs and Demonstrated Computer Skills.  Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology.   
Guy, R. & Jewell, C. (2010).  The Gender Perspective: Student's Perceptions of and Attitudes Toward the Online Environment.  Journal of Information Systems Technology and Planning, 3 (5), 65-77.   
Guy, R. (2009).  Interpreting Responses, Moves and Roles in Online Discussions.  Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects.   
Guy, R. (2008).  A Longitudinal Analysis Of the Effects of Instructional Strategies on Student Performance in Traditional and E-learning Formats.  Journal of Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology.   
Guy, R. (2008).  A Non-Significant Difference Found When Comparing Student Performance in Web Based and Classroom- Based Business Courses.  Global Digital Business Review.   
Guy, R. (2008).  Analysis Of a Mobile Learning Pilot Study.  Review of Business and Technology Research.   
Guy, R. (2008).  Impact Study of Pilot Mobile-Based Learning Information Technology.  Global Digital Business Review.   

Refereed Proceedings 
Guy, R. (2007).  Instructor- Centered vs. Learner- Centered: Examining Student Learning in an Online Environment.  Proceedings of the 2007 Texas Computer Education Assocation Annual Convention & Exposition, Austin, TX.   
Guy, R. (2007).  The Attitudes of African American College Students Toward E-Learning and Technology.  Proceedings of the 2007 Texas Computer Education Association Annual Convention and Exposition, Austin, Texas.   
Guy, R. (2007).  Minority Students and Information Harvesting in the Digital Age : Findings From a Study Conducted at Two Historically Black Universities.  Proceedings of the Informing Science and Information Technology in Education Conference.   
Guy, R. (2007).  A Comparitive Analysis of Common E- Portfolio Features and Available Platforms.  Proceedings of the Informing Science and Information Technology in Education Conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia.   
Guy, R. (2007).  The Assessment of Technology Usage Among African American College Freshmen.  Proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference of the Southwest Region Decision Sciences, New Orleans, Louisiana.   
Guy, R. (2006).  Student Satisfaction of Web-Supported Learning at a Historically Black University.  Proceedings of the 2006 Informing Science and Information Technology in Education Conference, Manchesrer, England.   
Guy, R. (2006).  Developing Interaction in E-Learning.  Proceedings of teh UMES Office of IT 2006 E-Learning Seminar, Princess Anne, Maryland.   
Guy, R. (2006).  Technology Backgrounds of Freshmen Students at Two Historically Black Universities.  Proceedings of the Global Digital Business Association 2006 Annual Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada.   
Guy, R. (2006).  Investigating the Effects of Instructional Strategy and Communication Mode on Interaction in an Online Environment.  Proceedings of the Global Digital Business Association 2006 Annual Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada.   
 
Books
Guy, R. (2012).  The Economic Empowerment of Women: A Global Perspective. Santa Rosa, California:  Informing Science Press.   
Guy, R. (2011).  The Digitally Disinterested. Santa Rosa, California:  Informing Science Press.   
Guy, R. (2010).  Mobile Learning: Pilot Projects and Initiatives. Santa Rosa, California:  Informing Science Press.   
Guy, R. (2009).  The Evolution of Mobile of Teaching and Learning. Santa Rosa, California:  Informing Science Press. 

 
Book Chapters  

Guy, R. (2012). Are We There Yet? Women's Status and Economic Empowerment,  The Economic Empowerment of Women: A Global Perspective (pp. 143-153). Santa Rosa, California:  Informing Science Press.   
Guy, R. (2010). Mobile Learning Reviewed,  Mobile Learning: Pilot Projects and Initiatives (pp. 59-74). Santa Rosa, California:  Informing Science Press.   
Guy, R. (2010). Mobile Learning Defined,  Mobile Learning: Pilot Projects and Initiatives (pp. 1-5). Santa Rosa, California:  Informing Science Press.   
Guy, R. (2009). A Short-Term Trial Documenting Students' Perceptions, Attitudes, and Experiences with Mobile Learning,  The Evolution of Mobile Teaching and Learning (pp. 141-158). Santa Rosa, California:  Informing Science Press.   
Guy, R. (2009). Using Action Research to Assess Student Performance in Traditional and e-Learning Formats,  Comparitive Blended Learning Practices and Environments. Hershey, PA:  Information Science Reference.   
Guy, R. (2007). The Role of Interaction in elearning,  Principles of Effective Online teaching:A Handbook for Experienced Teachers Developing e-Learning.   
Guy, R. (2007). Instructor and Student Roles in Two Opposing Pedagogies,  Advanced Principles of Effective e-learning.   








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