Charles M. Slem
- Office: 47-23B
- Phone: (805) 756-1621
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: cola.calpoly.edu/~cslem/Slem/Home.html
- Ph.D., M.S., Clinical Psychology, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
- B.A., Psychology, UCLA.
- Psy 201 General Psychology
- Psy 202 General Psychology (team taught)
Development and exploration of a web-based resource platform for introductory psychology courses. In its most basic form, the web resources are an online platform upon which the course resources are housed and available to students on demand. At a somewhat more complex level, the platform is also the process that efficiently integrates the course resources and offers tools to assist students in mastering the concepts covered in the course. The web resources can also be considered as a potential presentation platform (online or face-to-face course) which combines the “sage on the stage” with student initiated learning. Streaming video, lecture notes, text material, and interactive learning activities can be effectively integrated within a single process that appears seamless to the user.
Selected Publications/Professional Activities
- Laver, G. D., & Slem, C. M. (2011, July). Laptops in the lecture hall: Useful tool or distraction? Poster session presented at the Third Vancouver International Conference on the Teaching of Psychology, Vancouver, BC.
- Slem, C. M. (2004). Principles for developing web-based resources that students actually use. Paper presented a the 112th annual convention of the American Psychological Association. Honolulu, Hawaii.
- Slem, C. M. (2003). The role of the home videocamera in risky adolescent behavior. Paper presented at the 83rd annual convention of the Western Psychological Association, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
- Slem, C.M., & Kane, S. (2003). Utility of course web resources for students with learning disabilities. In Contributions to Academic Techology in the California State University, Institute of Teaching and Learning, CSU.
- Slem, C.M., Levi, D. & Young, A. (1995). Critical factors in team building for rapid product development. Stuttgarter Messe- und Kongressgescellschaft mbH (Ed.) Proceedings of the International Conference on Rapid Product Development.
- Slem, C.M., Levi, D. & Young, A. (1995). Attitudes about the impact of technological change: Comparions of U.S. and Japanese Workers. Journal of High Technology Management Research. 6, 211-228.