Rio Grande College

Publications

BOOK CHAPTERS

Hutchens, S., & Culver, T. F. (2017). Read your book! An investigation of student textbook reading and perceived importance. In R. L. Miller & T. Collette (Eds.) Teaching Tips: A Compendium of Conference Presentations on on Teaching, 2015-16. Retrieved from the Society for the Teaching of Psychology web site: http://teachpsych.org/ebooks/ 

REFEREED (PEER REVIEWED) JOURNAL ARTICLES

Culver, T. F. (2017). Instrucción en Español? Examining student and tutor language preferences during sessions at a border university writing center.  Manuscript submitted for publication.

Culver, T. F, & Hutchens, S. (2017). Faculty perspectives of textbook reading in the college classroom. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Culver, T. F. (2015). Increasing reading compliance and metacognitive strategies in border students. Journal of College Reading and Learning, 46(1), 43-61.

Culver, T. F. (2014). "I’m a student…again”-- Unexpected Lessons from a Professor Returning to School. College Teaching, 62 (3),83-83.

Culver, T. F. & Morse, L. W. (2012). The impact of experience on college students' textbook reading practices. Journal of College Literacy and Learning, 38, 15-23.

OTHER (NON- REFEREED) PUBLICATIONS

Culver, T. F. (2011, November). The Reader’s Guide. Faculty focus. Magna Publishing.

Culver, T. F. (2011, February). The success of minority students: What instructors can do to encourage reading in college courses.The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education.

Culver, T. F., & Morse, L. W. (April, 2008). Helping students use their textbooks more effectively. The Teaching Professor.

Forquer, L., Jones, J. R., Drury, S., Culver, T. F., Hutchens, S. A., & Shuttleswroth, D. (2008). Frequency testing and student performance. Delta Education Journal, 5, 43-44.

Forquer, L, Jones, J. R., Drury, S., Culver, T. F., Hutchens, S. A., & Shuttlesworth, D. (2007). Incorporating mass media into the classroom. Delta Education Journal, 4, 29-31.

Hutchens, S. A., Drury, S., Shuttlesworth, D., Forquer, L., Culver, T. F. & Jones, R. (2008). Powerpoint is not necessarily evil:  Applying theories of cognitive processing to increase the effectiveness of instructional technology. Delta Education Journal, 5, 47-59.

Jones, R., Forquer, L., Culver, T. F., Shuttlesworth, D., Drury, D. & Hutchens, S. A.. (2008). Student engagement: After the honeymoon. Delta Education Journal, 5,34-42.