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Jennifer Reeves

Jennifer Reeves
Associate Professor
Department of Education
(850) 727-8994

Dr Jennifer Reeves is an Associate Professor and the Director of Athletic Administration at the Abraham S. Fischler College of Education (FCE) at Nova Southeastern University. Dr Reeves received her PhD in Educational Psychology, with emphases in Sport Psychology, Counseling Psychology, and Statistics and Measurement, from Florida State University (FSU); an M.S. in Educational Psychology from FSU; and a B.S. in Health Psychology from Rhodes College. Dr Reeves is chair of the Technology Integration Learning Community at FCE and specializes in research methods, quantitative data analysis, survey design, assessment of student learning, retention, program evaluation, attention and performance, technology integration, online learning communities, and mobile learning. She regularly presents at national conferences and recently published two articles, “Building an Online Learning Community for Technology Integration in Education” in the FDLA Journal and “Mobile Technology Integration: Shared Experiences from Three Initiatives” in Distance Learning. Dr Reeves teaches research courses, including Methods of Inquiry, Survey Research, Statistics, Mixed Methods, and Program Evaluation, both in the EdD and PhD programs. Dr Reeves is also a dissertation advisor, serving as dissertation chair and member on a number of student dissertations; to date Dr Reeves has graduated 38 dissertation students. Dr Reeves is also a member of NSU’s prestigious Academic Review Committee, which is charged with evaluating every academic program offered at NSU for preeminence in terms of its curriculum, faculty, students, student support services, and mission and operations fit with the university. Prior to teaching full-time, Dr Reeves served as the Director of Institutional Research at FCE, where she was involved with planning and systematically evaluating the effectiveness of NSU/FSEHS’s teaching, research, service, administration, and student support services; as well as conducting various institutional research studies. 

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