Danita Bradshaw-Ward

Research Interests: 


Student success in biology lab courses, adult (virtual) learning, ethnography, course design, digital tool usage in STEM

Publication Citations: 


Bradshaw-Ward, D., Identification of Genetically Distinct Individuals of Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal (Annonaceae) Using Molecular Markers. University of Central Missouri Graduate Seminar, Warrensburg, MO, April 2001

Whisenant, M.L., Bradshaw-Ward, D. (2021). Technological Proficiency: Do nontraditional students have the technological skills to be successful in college? Proceedings of 13th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, pp. 10517-10523. https://doi.org/10.21125/edulearn.2021.2183 

Scott-Boster, A., Bradshaw-Ward, D., et al. (2022) Embracing STEM Smarts (Volume 3).  Expected publication April 2022.



Williams, K, Bradshaw-Ward, D. & Boone, J. UX+LX Research: Incorporating Participatory Design into Learner Dashboards (presentation). The Learning Ideas Conference 2021

Bradshaw-Ward, D. and Whisenant, M.L. (2021, July 5-6). Online biology and microbiology course effectiveness compared to traditional course effectiveness [Virtual Presentation]. 13th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, Spain. https://doi.org/10.21125/edulearn.2021.2183  Danita_Bradshaw-Ward_Lance_Whisenant.pdf 



Member of Association for Education Communication Technology

Member of Texas Computer Education Association

Member of Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education

Academic Committee: 
Major Professor: Dr. Lin Lin Committee Members: Dr. Wihelmina Savenye and Dr. Aleshia Hayes