Alex Fegely - Coastal Carolina University
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Alex Fegely

Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Instructional Technology

Jonathan Doe
Contact Alex Fegely
843-349-5011 agfegely@coastal.edu

Prince 205C

Office: Tuesday: 9:00AM - 12:00PM, Wednesday: 9:00AM - 12:00PM

Education

  • Ed.D., Curriculum & Instruction - Educational Technology, University of South Carolina
  • Ed.S., Instructional Technology, Coastal Carolina University
  • M.Ed., Learning & Teaching - Instructional Technology, Coastal Carolina University
  • B.S.Ed., Secondary Education - Social Studies; History (Double Major), Temple University

Courses Taught

  • EDIT 760 Instructional Technology Leadership
  • EDIT 704 Technology in Curricula
  • EDIT 680 Special Topics in Instructional Technology Curricula
  • EDIT 660 Advanced Online Teaching 
  • EDIT 650 Teaching & Learning Online 
  • EDIT 610 Instructional Design & Technology Integration
  • EDIT 604 Teaching with Technology 
  • EDUC 304 Contemporary Instructional Technologies
  • EDUC 204 Computer Technology & Instructional Media 

Selected Publications

Cherner, T., Fegely, A., Heffner, L., & Gleasman, C.L. (2022). What’s being taught? An analysis of corporate edtech certification programs. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 22(1). https://citejournal.org/volume-22/issue-1-22/general/whats-being-taught-an-analysis-of-corporate-edtech-certification-programs/

Fegely, A., Winslow, J., Lee, C., & Rubbo, L.J. (2021). The effects of robotics professional development on science and mathematics teaching performance and student achievement in underserved middle schools. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 21(4), 655-679. https://citejournal.org/volume-21/issue-4-21/mathematics/the-effects-of-robotics-professional-development-on-science-and-mathematics-teaching-performance-and-student-achievement-in-underserved-middle-schools/

Fegely, A., & Cherner, T. (2021). A comprehensive rubric for evaluating eduVR. Journal of Information Technology Education: Research, 20, 137-171. https://doi.org/10.28945/4737

Selected Presentations

Kong, X., Fegely, A., De Backer, W., Gray, M., Hitt, G., & Kern, R. (2022, June). Developing an interactive, immersive, 360-degree virtual media for enhancing student learning in additive manufacturing. Work-in-progress paper presented at American Society for Engineering Education Conference (ASEE 2022), Minneapolis, MN.

Fegely, A., Winslow, J., Lee, C., & Setari, A. (2022, April). Measuring educators’ edtech competencies: Refinement and validation of a standards-aligned instrument using Rasch analysis. Brief paper presented at Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Conference (SITE 2022), San Diego, CA.

Fegely, A., & Tang, H. (2021, April). The effects of educational robotics on preservice teachers’ programming comprehension and motivation. American Educational Research Association International Conference (AERA 2021), virtual.

Fegely, A., Tang, H., Ari, F., & Vasconcelos, L. (2020, November). Preservice teachers’ motivation towards programming. Concurrent session presented at Association of Educational Communications & Technology International Conference (AECT International 2020), Jacksonville, FL.