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Department of Applied Technology

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
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

2012-Present, Instructor
Rogers State University - Bartlesville Campus, Bartlesville, OK

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.

Awards