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Dr. Charlotte Larkin

Assistant Professor

Educational Leadership

Office Location: Frank Young Education North, #104D

Phone: 903-886-5518

Email: Charlotte.Larkin@tamuc.edu



Publications

Larkin, C. & Mintu-Wimsatt A. (2015). Comparing cheating behaviors among graduate and undergraduate online business students. Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice.15(7).

Larkin, C. (In Press). Cheating among undergraduate business students: Say it ain’t so. Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice.

Larkin, C. & Mintu-Wimsatt A. (2015). Undergraduate online business students’ views on plagiarism. Journal of Modern Education Review. 5(5). 437-444.

Larkin, C. & Shwiff, S. (2014). Online education: Hype vs. reality BizEd, 13(4). 58-59.

Kernek, C., Toombs, L. & Larkin, C. (2014). Online business students: Multimedia principles to promote meaningful e-Learning. Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, 17(SI). 2545.

Shwiff, S. & Larkin, C. (2013). Distance education: Clarifying real goals. Distance

Education Report, 17(18).

Kernek, C., Toombs, L. & Larkin, C. (2013). Online business students:

multimedia principles to promote meaningful e-Learning. Proceedings, Sam

Sam Houston Fifth Annual General Business Conference. Huntsville, TX.

Kernek, C., Toombs, L. A., Larkin, C. (2013) Instructing online business students: Is

prior knowledge of the content area helpful? The International Academy of

Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference, Dallas, Texas, April

2013.

Shwiff, S. & Larkin, C. (2013). Educational technology: The hype, the reality, the promise. Educause Review Online. 48(5).

Larkin, C. & Francis, A. (2012). Plagiarism and academic integrity. International

Journal of Business, Humanities and Technology, 2(1). 1-7.

Pryor, M., Alexander, C., Taneja, S., Alexander, C., Larkin, C., and Singleton, R. (2012). Strategic leadership and scenario building: What happens when you don’t know what you don’t know. International Journal of Business and Public Administration, 9(2). 60-76.

Duncan., E., Gibson, S., Reysen, S., Larkin, C., Francis, A., & Flanagan, J. (2012).

Student subject pools in business. Presentation by E. Duncan at the 10th annual

Pathways Student Research Symposium, Galveston, TX.

Larkin, C., Hernandez, D., Pitts, V., Yaeger, M., and Pryor, M. (2012). Leadership development, and performance excellence through the lens of the leadership continuum. International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines (IABPAD), Dallas, TX.

Larkin, C., Singleton, L., and Pryor, M. (2012). High performance virtual teams: Key to successful globalization efforts. International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines (IABPAD), Dallas, TX.

Francis, A. & Larkin, C. (2011). Academic integrity and plagiarism. American

International Journal of Contemporary Research (AIJCR), 1(2). 17-23.

Singleton, R., Taneja, S., Larkin, C., and Pryor, M.G. (2011). Workplace conflict: A strategic leadership imperative. International Journal of Business and Public Administration, 8(1), 149-163.

Francis, A, Larkin, C. & Aslinia, S. D. (2010). Interaction in online courses.

Journal of Online Engineering Education, 1(1), 1-4.

Pryor, M., Toombs, L., Humphreys, J. Larkin, C., Taneja, S. (2010). Management by coexistence: A critical analysis of the impact of teams on workplaces. International Academy of Business and Public Administration

Disciplines (IABPAD), Dallas, TX. Outstanding Research.

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