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Applied Technology Faculty

Mr. Jon Martens

Instructor
Bartlesville Campus, Room 723
918-338-8039
jmartens@rsu.edu

 

Education

  • Ph.D., Occupational Education Studies
    Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK
    Anticipated 2014
  • M.S., Adult Education
    Elmira College, Elmira, NY
    2002
  • M.L.S.
    Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
    1979
  • B.S., Mechanical Engineering
    Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY
    1973

Professional Experience

  • 2008-2012: Graduate Research Assistant (part-time)
    Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK
  • 2002-2007: Consulting Education Specialist
    IBM Lotus Education Product Development, Cambridge, MA
  • 1998-2001: IT Architect
    IBM e-Business Development Center, Endicott, NY
  • 1997-1998: IT Consultant
    Integrated Services and Solutions Corporation, Sterling Forest, NY
  • 1992-1996: Software Engineer
    IBM Client-Server Computing Solutions Center, Endicott, NY

Additional Professional Experience

  • System Test Programmer, IBM Corporation, Endicott, NY
  • Systems Programmer, IBM Corporation, Boca Raton, FL
  • Programmer/Analyst, Measurement Concept Corporation, Rome, NY
  • Information Specialist, IIT Research Institute, Rome NY
  • Project Engineer, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Pittsburgh, PA

Major Corporate Training and Certification

  • IBM Certified WebSphere Solution Developer, 2007
  • Graduate Certificate in Training of Trainers, Elmira College, 1999
  • Consulting Engagement Certificate, IBM Executive Consulting Institute, 1993
  • Graduate Certificate in Computer Science, IBM Systems Research Instititue, 1986

Professional Association Memberships

  • American Educational Research Association
  • Association for Computing Machinery
  • IEEE Computer Society
  • Association for Career and Technical Education Research
  • Omicron Tau Theta, Phi Chapter (Treasurer)

Publications

  • Martens, J. (2014). Stories of innovation: Roles, perspectives, and players. European Journal of Training and Development, 38(1/2), 40-53.
  • Martens, J., & Antonenko, P. D. (2012). Narrowing gender-based performance gaps in virtual environment navigation. Computers in Human Behavior, 28, 809-819.
  • Song, J. H, Martens, J., McCharen, B,. & Ausburn, L. J. (2011). Multi-structural relationships among organizational culture, job autonomy, and CTE teacher turnover intention. Career and Technical Education Research, 36(1), 3-26.
  • McCharen, B., Song, J. H., & Martens, J. (2010). Cultural determinants for school innovation: The mutual impacts of organizational learning culture and creativity to organizational knowledge creation. Educational Management Administration and Leadership, 39(6), 679-694.
  • Ausburn, L. J., Martens, J., Washington, A., Steele, D., & Washburn, E. (2010). A cross-case analysis of gender issues in desktop virtual reality learning environments. Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 46(3), 51-89.
  • Martens, J. (2009). Pedagogical agent instructional design challenges. OATE Journal, 13,10-15.
  • Ausburn, L. J., Martens, J., Dotterer, G., & Calhoun, P. (2009). Avatars, pedagogical agents, and virtual environments: Social learning systems online. i-manager's Journal of Educational Technology, 5(4), 1-13.
  • Ausburn, L. J., Fries, C., Mahan, M., Martens, J., Sayman, D., Steele, D., Washburn, E., & Washington, A. (2009). Gender issues in desktop virtual reality learning environments. In Proceedings of the 2009 Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference in the Americas. Washington, DC: AHRD.
  • Attardo, D., Barrow, J., Brooks, R., Cummins, J., Godby, P., Kantor, K., Martens, J., Smiles, E., & Womack, T. (2007). Extending Sametime 7.5: Building plug-ins for Sametime. (IBM Redbook SG27346). Cambridge, MA: IBM International Technical Support Organization.

Presentations

  • Martens, J. (2014, February). A self-regulated learning perspective on orientation learning with virtual reality. Paper presented at the 41st Annual Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference in the Americas, Houston, TX.
  • Martens, J. (2013, February). Stories of innovation: Roles, perspectives, and players. Paper presented at the 40th Annual Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference in the Americas, Washington, DC.
  • Martens, J. (2012, April). How CTE students monitor orientation learning in desktop virtual reality. Poster presented at 23rd Annual Oklahoma State University Research Symposium, Stillwater, OK.  
  • Martens, J. (2010, April). Cultural determinants for school innovation: Reflections on a research project. Paper presented at Omicron Tau Theta Educational Research Symposium. Tulsa, OK.
  • McCharen, B., Song, J. H., & Martens, J. (2010, February). Cultural determinants for school innovation: The mutual impacts of organizational learning culture and creativity to organizational knowledge creation. Paper presented at 37th Annual Academy of Human Resource Development Research Conference in the Americas, Knoxville, TN.
  • Evert, A., Martens, J. & Dotterer, G. (2009, April). Collaboration in Second Life: The influences of learning styles on knowledge creation. Paper presented at Omicron Tau Theta Educational Research Symposium. Tulsa, OK.
  • Ausburn, L.J, Ausburn, F.B., American Horse, M., Dotterer, G., Jennings, C., Martens, J., Steele, D., Washburn, E., & Williams, M.S. (2008, December). Opening the magic window: Creating, using, and researching desktop virtual reality in CTE. Symposium presented at Career and Technical Education National Research and Professional Development Conference, Charlotte, NC.

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