The following papers offer a glimpse of research that Dr. Holmes
continues to work on in addition to working with inservice and
preservice teachers. Research topics include integration of
technology in education, the barriers that confront educators in
this process, tools that enhance learning and possible models for
Holmes, A., Signer, B., & MacLeod, A. (2011).
Professional Development at a Distance: A Mixed-Method Study
Exploring In-Service Teachers’ Views on Teacher Presence, Social
Presence, and Cognitive Presence Online. Journal of Digital
Learning in Teacher Education, 27(2), 76-85.
Holmes, A. & Lopez Ortiz, B. (2010). Embedding Electronic
Portfolios in the Student Teaching Seminar Experience: Issues of
Curriculum and Training. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 14 (1),
Lucey, L. P., Jennings, S., Olson, P., Rubenfeld, L., &
Holmes, A. (2007). The Power of a String: Building a Conceptual
Foundation for Measuring Rate. Teaching Children Mathematics, v14
Holmes, A., Polhemus, L., & Jennings, S. (2005). CATIE: A
Blended Approach to Situated Professional Development. Journal of
Educational Computing Research, 32(4), 409-42.
Swan, K., Holmes, A., Vargas, J. D., Jennings, S., Meier, E.,
Rubenfeld, L. (2002). Situated Professional Development and
Technology Integration: The Capital Area Technology and Inquiry in
Education (CATIE) Mentoring Program. Journal of Technology
and Teacher Education, 10(2), 169-190.
Swan, K., Bowman, J., Holmes, A., Vargas, J., Schweig, S., (1998).
“Reading” the WWW: Making Sense of the Information SuperHighway.
Journal of Educational Technology Systems. 27(2), 95-104.