Curriculum Vitae

Thomas J. Murray, Ed.D.

36 Fruit Street
Northampton, MA 01060
(phone413)-695-and2800

tommurray.us@gmail.com, http://www.tommurray.us


EDUCATION

Ed.D. 1991 University of Massachusetts (Educational Technology)
Dissertation: Facilitating Teacher Participation in
Intelligent Computer Tutor Design: Tools and Design Methods

M.S. 1988 University of Massachusetts (Computer Science)
M.Ed. 1985 University of Massachusetts (Education)
B.S. (with "High Honors") 1979 Worcester Polytechnic Institute (Physics)


OVERVIEW

Dr. Tom Murray is a Senior Research Fellow in the School of Computer Science at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Currenlty his primary research is in the are of supporting social deliberative skills in online contexts. He has also done research in the areas of Cognitive Tools, Adaptive Computer Learning Environments, Online Collaboration, Ethics, and Knowledge Engineering. He is also publishes scholarly papers in the field of Integral Theory realted epistemology and applied philosophy. Murray has degrees in educational technology (EdD, MEd), computer science (MS), and physics (BS). He is on the editorial review boards of two international journals, the International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education, and at Integral Review as an Associate Editor.

Dr. Murray has been researching, publishing, consulting, and leading workshops since 1985 on subjects including: online communities, intelligent tutoring system (ITS) authoring tools, simulation-based inquiry learning environments, adaptive hypermedia, cognitive tools, discourse ethics, ethics instruction, integral philosophy, and knowledge acquisition/representation for advanced technology instructional systems. He has directed a number of educational software projects in industry and in university/college research contexts. His projects include Supporting Social Delibertive Skills Online (SSDSI), MetaLinks (adaptive hyperbooks), International Dimentions of Ethics in Science and Engienering (IDEESE), Eon (ITS authoring tools), SimForest (glass box simulation based learning environments for inquiry learning), and RASHI (tools scaffolding inquiry learning), Digital Newsroom (service learning project with college students mentoring inner city youth in creating a web site and newsletter by and for the youth of the city). In addition to his R&D activities Murray has taught graduate and undergraduate courses at Hampshire College and the University of Massachusetts.  From 1998-2001 he founded and directed the Digital Design Center at Hampshire College, which supported student-centered projects in software and 'new media' areas.  Past experience includes working at the Center for Knowledge Communication (CKC), and the Scientific Reasoning Research Institute (SRRI) at the University of Massachusetts; and industry work designing intelligent multimedia training systems (Senior Software Engineer and Project Manager, Asea Brown Boveri PPL Laboratories).

Murray has degrees in education (EdD, MEd), computer science (MS), and physics (BS). He is a member of the Executive Council of the International Artificial Intelligence and Education Society, and is on the Editorial Review Board for the International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education, is an Associate Editor for Integral Review journal, and has been guest editor of several professional journal special issues. He has been an active participant in the IEEE Learning Technology Standards Committee Learning Objects Metadata Working Group.  He has co-lead conference workshops and tutorials on ITS authoring, the representation of teaching strategies, web-based ITSs, and interoperability and reusability in ITSs (at AIED-99, ASCILITE-98, ITS-98, AIED-97, AAAI F-97 Symposium, ITS-96, AI&ED-95, ED-MEDIA-94, and AAAI-93). Conferences and journals for which Murray has served as a reviewer are listed below.

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« POSITIONS HELD and PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2011-present. Senior Research Fellow, University of Massachusetts Computer Science Dept., working on two projects: Online support for social deliberative skills; intelligent mathematics tutorial.

2004 to 2011: Independant scholar and research consultant (in several organizations, including the University of Massachusetts and The Graduate School) mostly working on projects invovlding the development and evaluation of eduational software and on-line collaborative systems.

1997 to 2004: Hampshire College, Amherst, MA:

Senior Research Fellow and Visiting Associate Faculty, 2000-2004.

Lemelson Professor of Instructional Technology in the School of Cognitive Science,1997-2000.

Director of the Hampshire College Digital Design Center, 1997-2001.

1994 to 2005: University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA:

Adjunct faculty member of the School of Education, 1996 to 2005.

Computer Scientist/Senior Project Manager, Computer Science Dept., 1994 to 1999.

1994 to 2004: Consulting related to educational technology, online communities, integral theory: , clients including: University of Massachusetts, The Graduate School, Fractal8, ACSIOM Inc., LNK Inc., Fusion Systems, Inc., Houghton Mifflin Publishing Co., Woolf & Co., Peterfreund Associates, Rogers Wireless, OnPath, Hampshire County Planning Office.

1991 to 1994: Senior software engineer and project manager, ABB Power Plant Laboratories Advanced Computers and Controls Grou.

1985 to 1991: Research Assistantships, University of Massachusetts (Scientific Reasoning Research Institute, Future Studies Program,  and Center for Knowledge Communications).

1979 to 1982: Process engineer at a micro-chip R&D facility at Texas Instruments, Inc., Dallas, TX.


« MAJOR GRANTS AND PROJECTS

"SoCS: The Fourth Party: Improving Computer-Mediated Deliberation through Cognitive, Social and Emotional Support." PI on a $750,000 NSF SOCS project to study the improvement of social deliberative skills in online dialogue and deliberation contexts (2010-2014).

"International Dimensions of Ethics in Science and Engineering (IDEESE)," a NSF-funded grant project at UMass for creating ethics curriculum for science and engineering disciplines at the graduate level. Murray was Project Manager for the segment of this project developing online case-based ethics curriculum. (Three year project from 2007 to 2010.)

Rashi, a Domain-Independent Server and Authoring Tool for Building Coached Inquiry Learning Environments. Senior research consultant on a series of four NSF and FIPSE grants (2000-present) centered at the University of Massachusetts Computer Science Dept. (Co-PI's included B. Woolf, M. Bruno, D. Murray,T. Wessles; included tutors for subject areas: human anatomy/physiology/medicine, geology, and forest ecology).

"An Inquiry-Based Simulation Learning Environment for the Ecology of Forest Growth."  Principal Investigator on a three year $240,000 NSF CCLI grant (1999-2002).  Development of software, curriculum, and teacher-training methods for of an inquiry-based simulation learning environment that simulates forest growth.  Includes novel Equation Inspector/Editor for "glass-box" simulation approach.

"Learning and Intelligent Systems: Inquiry-Based Science Education: Cognitive Measures and System Support." Co-PI on three-year NSF LIS grant (1998-2000). Includes analysis of classroom-based inquiry teaching in an effort to characterize scientific inquiry teaching and develop educational software to support inquiry teaching.

"The Holyoke Community Digital Newsroom." Principal Investigator on a two year $80,000 grant through WorldCom's Making a Civic Investment Program (2000-2002).  Service learning grant aimed at addressing the "digital divide."  Hampshire students engage in community service work with several youth groups in Holyoke's socio-economically challenged districts to teach the youth how to build their own on-line community newsletter.

"Tectonica Interactive: A Guided Hypermedia Tutoring System for Plate Tectonics." Principal scientist on 2-year $160,000 NSF CCD funded project (1997-1999). Development and testing of a generic framework and authoring tool ("MetaLinks") for adaptive hypermedia on the web. Initial domain is introductory college geology.

"Adding sophisticated reasoning and visualization to an authoring system for knowledge based computer tutors." Principal Investigator for three-year $117,000 ONR AASERT grant (1997-2000). In this grant focused on authoring and intelligent coaching , guidance, and scaffolding for adaptive hypermedia.

"An Intelligent Tutoring System for Japanese Honorific Expressions." Co-PI on Five College Multimedia Access Project grant (1997-1999).

"East/West Consortium: Next Generation Authoring Tools and Instructional Applications." Co-PI for NSF/ARPA TRP funded three year project (1994-1997). Lead scientist and project manger on "Task Force 2: Knowledge Based Tutor Authoring Tools," which was funded through a three year subcontract to Apple Computer (task Force 2 budget: $950,000). Murray's team developed the Eon ITS Authoring Tools, a suite of authoring tools that provides teachers and instructional designers with a cost-effective way of building rich, multi-media, knowledge-based tutorials.

"An evaluation of the Educational Object Economy." Project Supervisor on a one year project Funded through Houghton Mifflin Co. (1997). Goal was to evaluate the feasibility and usability of the Educational Object Economy web site containing the worlds largest open data base of educational Java applets and educational resources.

Intelligent multimedia training software for industrial steam boiler maintenance technicians. Project manager and senior software engineer (ABB Power Plant Laboratories Advanced Computers and Controls Group, 1992-1994). Other ABB project areas included virtual reality, video/data conferencing, neural networks applied to process monitoring, image analysis, scientific visualization, and PC-based expert systems.

ITS Knowledge Acquisition Frameworks. Research Assistant, University of Massachusetts Computer Science Dept. (1986 to 1991, NSF and Apple Computers Inc. funding). Main outcome was the KAFITS ITS knowledge acquisition system. Supervised the work of eleven people working on related sub-projects.

"Bridging Analogies Tutor, an analogy-based science tutoring strategy." Research Assistant, University of Massachusetts Scientific Reasoning Research Institute (NSF funding, 1985 to 1987). Included computer system design and implementation, cognitive studies, design of the evaluation instrument and protocol analysis of video-taped student problem solving sessions.

Electron Beam Lithography. Implemented and characterized state-of-the-art semiconductor manufacturing process called "electron beam lithography;" supervised four technicians. Texas Instruments Advance Prototype Research and Production Group.


« HONORS, AWARDS, BOOKS, SPECIAL INVITATIONS

(The following does not include Invited Panelist on many conference expert panel sessions.)

Invited presenter for the Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) E-learning Summit, at Univ. of Memphis, Nov. 2005 ("Design Tradeoffs for Advanced Learning Environment Authoring Tools").

Invited plenary speaker at E.U. Kaleidoscope Conference on Computer Supported Inquiry Learning, Genoa Italy, May 2005 ("Inquiry Learning Environments: Reflections on theory, pragmatics, and evaluation").

Invited plenary speaker at the 9th International Conference on AI and Education, LeMans, France, July, 1999 ("ITS Authoring Tools: The State of the Art").

Invited presenter for ASCILITE-97, in Wolongong Australia, December, 1998 ("From Story Boards to Knowledge Bases: Steps Toward Making Instructional Software More Generative, Adaptive, and Intelligent").

Edited book: Murray, T., Blessing, S. & Ainsworth, S. (Eds.) (2003). Authoring Tools for Advanced Technology Learning Environments, Kluwer Academic/Springer Pub.: Netherlands.

Recipient of Teagle Community-Based Learning course development grant for participation in a Five-College Faculty Seminar in Community-based Learning (2000).

Awarded summer faculty development grant through Rapparport Foundation for work on adaptive hypermedia authoring tool project (2000).

Asea Brown Boveri Flame of Excellence Award in recognition of substantial R&D contribution to the company, 1994.

Graduated from Worcester Polytechnic Institute with "High Honors," 1979.

Elected to Sigma Pi Sigma, the physics honor society, 1978.

Dartmouth Book Award for Scholarship and Leadership, 1974.


« PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Editorial Board, International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education (1996-present).
Associate Editor, Integral Review Journal (2006-present).

Member: UMass Computational Social Science Initiative (2012-present).
Member: National Coalition for Dialgoue and Deliberation (2010-present).
Member: International Artificial Intelligence in Education Society. (Executive Council 1997-2003).
Member: International Society for the Learning Sciences.

Past memberships:

Editorial Board, International Journal of Web Engineering and Technology (2003-2005).
Member, American Association for Artificial Intelligence.
Member, Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education (1992-2001).
Member, American Educational Research Association.
Member, Association of Computing Machinery.
Member, Cognitive Science Society.
Member, Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility.
Member, IEEE Computer Society (and IEEE Standards Association, P1484).

(All above memberships starting in 1992 to 1995; and were ongoing for at least 10 years.)

Guest Editorships:

Integral Review Journal, Vol. 5, No. 2, December 2009. Special Issue on Metrics, Models, and Measurement in Developmental Psychology.
Guest Editor, International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education (Vol. 8 # 3, 1997, with S. Blessing), Special Issue on Authoring Tools.
Guest Editor, International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education (Vol. 10 # 1, 1999, with S. Blessing),Special Issue on Authoring Tools.
Guest Editor, Technology Instruction Computers and Learning (Vol. 2 # 3, 2005).
(And see Professional Service below.)


« REFEREED PUBLICATIONS (by topic, then year)

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» Supporting Social Deliberative Skills On-line

(More, non-peer-reviewed items in this category are below)

Most updated list, with download, is [HERE]

Murray, T., Xu, X. & Woolf, P.B. (2013). An Exploration of Text Analysis Methods to Identify Social Deliberative Skills. In Proceedings of 16th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED-2013). Memphis, TN, July 2013. K. Yacef et al. (Eds.): LNAI 7926, pp. 811–814.

Xu, X., Murray, T., Smith, D. & Woolf, B.P. (2013). Mining Social Deliberation in Online Communication: If You Were Me and I Were You. Proceedings of Educational Data Mining (EDM-2013). Memphis, TN, July, 2013.

Murray, T., Stephens, A.L., Woolf, B.P., Wing, L., Xu, X., & Shrikant, N. (2013). Supporting Social Deliberative Skills Online: the Effects of Reflective Scaffolding Tools. Proceedings of 5th International Conference on Online Communities and Social Computing (eSociety at HCII 2013). Las Vegas, July 2013.

Shrikant, N. (2013). The trajectory of resistance to authority in online academic institutional talk. Proceedings of International Communication Association. London, June 17-21, 2013.

Murray, T., Wing, L., Woolf, B., Wise, A., Wu, S., Clarke, L. Osterweil, L., Xu, X. (2013). A Prototype Facilitators Dashboard: Assessing and visualizing dialogue quality in online deliberations for education and work. Proceedings of The 2013 International Conference on e-Learning, e-Business, Enterprise Information Systems, and e-Government (EEE-2013). Las Vegas, July 2013.

Xu, X., Murray, T. , & Woolf, B. (2013). Text Analysis of Deliberative Skills in Undergraduate Online Dialogue: Using L1 Regularized Logistic Regression to Model Psycholinguistic Features. Proceedings of The 2013 International Conference on e-Learning, e-Business, Enterprise Information Systems, and e-Government (EEE-2013). Las Vegas, July 2013.

Murray, T., Wing, L., Woolf, B., (2013). A Dashboard for Visualizing Deliberative Dialogue in Online Learning. Proceedings of 2nd Workshop on Intelligent Support for Learning in Groups—in association with AIED 2013 (Kim & Kumar Eds.). July, 2013, Memphis, TN, USA.

Murray, T. (2013). Toward Defining, Justifying, Measuring, and Supporting Social Deliberative Skills. Proceedings of Workshop on Self Regulated Learning — in association with AIED 2013 (Weerasinghe, du Boulay, & Biswas Eds.). July, 2013, Memphis, TN, US.

Murray, T., Woolf, B., Xu, X., Shipe, S., Howard, S. & Wing, L. (2012). Supporting social deliberative skills in online classroom dialogues: Preliminary results using automated text analysis. Proceedings of 11th International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS-2012). S.A. Cerri and B. Clancey (Eds.). LNCS 7315, pp. 669–671, 2012. June 2012, Chania, Greece.

Murray, T., Woolf, B., Xu, X., Shipe, S., Howard, S. & Wing, L. (2012). Towards Supporting Social Deliberative Skills in Online Group Dialogues. Presented at The 7th Annual Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research Conference (InGroup). Chicago July 12-14, 2012.

Xu, X., Smith, D., Murray, T. & Woolf, B. (2012). Analyzing Conflict Narratives to Predict Settlements in EBay Feedback Dispute Resolution. Proceedings of the 2012 International Conference on Data Mining (DMIN12), July, 2012, Las Vegas.

Woolf, B.P., Murray, T., Xu, X., Osterweil, L., Clarke, L., Wing, L., Katsh, E. (2012). Annotations and Computational Predictors in Online Social Deliberation. Presented at the 6th International AAAI Conference On Weblogs And Social Media (ICWSM). June 4, Dublin, Ireland.

Murray, T. (2009). Online Curriculum and Dialog Design for Ethics Skills for Science and Engineering Students. In Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education (Vol. 2009, No. 1, pp. 555-564). (

Murray, T. (2007). Toward collaborative technologies supporting cognitive skills for mutual regard. In Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (pp. 542-544). International Society of the Learning Sciences.

Murray, T. (2003). Toward supporting information quality in rhetorical, dialogic, and collective on-line communication. In Proceedings of Workshop on Metacognition and Self-regulation in Learning with Metacognitive Tools. R. Azevedo (Ed.).

» Integral Theory, Epistemology, and Appliced Ethics

(More, non-peer-reviewed items in this category are below)

(Most Updates list, with downloads, is [HERE])

Murray, T. (2013). Mystical Claims and Embodied Knowledge in a Post-Metaphysical Age. Proceedings of 2013 Integral Theory Conference, July 2013, San Francisco.

Murray, T. (to appear) "Embodied Realisms and Integral Ontologies—Toward Self-Critical Theories." To appear as a chapter in Dancing with Sophia: Integral Philosophy on the Verge, Esbjor-Hargens & Schwartz (Eds).

Murray, T. (2011). "Toward post-metaphysical enactments: On epistemic drives, negative capability, and indeterminacy analysis" Integral Review, Vol. 7 No. 2, October 2011, 92-125.

Murray, T. (2011). "Integralist mental models of adult development: Provisos from a Users Guide". Integral Leadership Review Vol. 11, No. 2 March 2011.

Murray, T. (2010). On the development of beliefs vs. capacities: A post-metaphysical view of second tier skillfulness. Presented at the 2nd Biannual Integral Theory Conference, John F. Kennedy University. Pleasant Hill, CA, July, 2010.

Murray, T. (2009). What is the Integral in Integral Education? From progressive pedagogy to integral pedagogy Integral Review, Vol. 5 No. 1, June 2009, 96-133. Also a chapter in Igniting Brilliance: Integral Education for the 21st Century, Edited by W. Dea; 2010, Integral Publishers.

Murray, T. (2008). Exploring Epistemic Wisdom: Ethical and Practical Implications of Integral Theory and Methodological Pluralism for Collaboration and Knowledge-Building. Presented at the 1st Biannual Integral Theory Conference, John F. Kennedy University. Pleasant Hill, CA, August, 2008. Also a Chapter in: Integral Theory in Action: Applied, Theoretical, and Constructive Perspectives on the AQAL Mode, S. Esbjörn-Hargens Ed., 2010, Albany: Suny Press.

Murray, T. (2007). Toward Collaborative Technologies Supporting Cognitive Skills for Mutual Regard. In Proc. of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CD-ROM), Rutgers: ISLS, July 2007.

Murray, T. (2006). Integral leadership as supporting epistemic sophistication in knowledge-building communities. Integral Leadership Review, Vol. VI. No. 4, October 2006.

Murray, T. (2006). Collaborative knowledge building and integral theory: On perspectives, uncertainty, and mutual regard. Integral Review, Vol. 2, 210-268.

» Cognitive Tools for Inquiry Learning Environments

(More, non-peer-reviewed items in this category are below)

Dragon, T., Wool, B., Marshall, D. & Murray, T. (2009). Intelligent Coaching for Collaboration in Ill-Defined Domains. To appear in Proceedings of Intelligent Tutoring Systems: 8th International Conference.

Dragon, T., Wool, B., Marshall, D. & Murray, T. (2006). Coaching Within a Domain Independent Inquiry Environment. In Mitsuru Ikeda, Kevin D. Ashley, Tak-Wai Chan (Eds.).Intelligent Tutoring Systems: 8th International Conference, ITS 2006, Jhongli, Taiwan, June 26-30, 2006 Proceedings, pp. 144 - 153. Springer Berli: Heidelberg.

Murray, T. , Galton, A., Winship, L., Stillings, N., Wenk, L., Shartar ,E. (in submission). Supporting Teachers in Adopting Simulation-Based Inquiry Learning Technologies.

Murray, T., Woolf,B., Rath, K., Marshall,D., Bruno,M., Dragon,T., Kohler,K., Mattingly,M. (2005). Evaluating Inquiry Learning Through Recognition-Based Tasks. In C. K. Looi & G. McCalla & B. Bredeweg & J. Breuker (Eds.), 12th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, AIED 2005. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, July 2005, pp. 515-522.

Woolf, B., Murray,T., Marshall,D., Bruno,M., Dragon,T., Mattingly,M., Kohler,K., Murray,D., Sammons,J. (2005). Critical Thinking Environments for Science Education. In C. K. Looi & G. McCalla & B. Bredeweg & J. Breuker (Eds.), 12th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, AIED 2005. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, July 2005, pp. 702-709.

Murray, T., Winship, L., Stillings, N., Shartar, E. & Galton, A. (2004). Classroom Strategies for Simulation-Based Collaborative Inquiry Learning. In Kafi, Sandovol, Enyedy, Nixon, & Herrera, (Eds.), Sixth International Conference of the Learning Sciences, Proceedings, San Mateo, June, 2004, pg. 623.

Murray, T., Bruno, M., Woolf, B., Marshall, D., Mattingly, M., Wright, S. & Jellison, M. (2003). A Coached Learning Environment for Case-Based Inquiry Learning in Human Biology. In Richards, G. (Ed.), Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2003, Phoenix, Arizona, November 2003. Chesapeake, VA: AACE, pp. 654-657.

Murray, T., Winship, L. , Stillings, N. (2003). Measuring Inquiry Cycles in Simulation-Based Learning Environments. Proceedings of Cognitive Science, July, 2003, Boston, MA (on line at www.ccm.ua.edu/cogsci/table.html).

Murray, T., Winship, L. , Stillings, N. (2003). Toward Characterizing Best-Practice Pedagogy for Inquiry in Simulation-Based Leaning Environments. Proceedings of Cognitive Science. July, 2003, Boston, MA. (on line at www.ccm.ua.edu/cogsci/table.html).

Murray, T., Woolf, B., Marshall, D. (2003). Toward a Generic Architecture and Authoring Tools Supporting Inquiry Learning. Proceedings of AI-ED'2003, 11th World Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, 20-24 July, 2003. Sydney, Amsterdam: ISO Press, pp. 488-490.

Woolf, B.P., Marshall, D., Mattingly, M., Lewis, J. Wright, S. , Jellison. M., Murray, T. (2003). Tracking Student Propositions in an Inquiry System. Proceedings of AI-ED'2003, 11th World Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, 20-24 July, 2003. Sydney, Amsterdam: ISO Press, pp. 21-28.

Murray, T., Schultz, K., Brown, D., & Clement, J. (1990). An Analogy-Based Computer Tutor for Remediating Physics Misconceptions. J. of Interactive Learning Environments, Vol. 1 No. 2, pp. 79-101.

Leonard, M. & Murray, T. (1988). Building Intelligent Learning Environments. In the Proc. of the 4th Conference on AI Applications, pp. 405-410, Computer Society Press.

Schultz, K., Murray, T., Clement, J., & Brown, D. (1987). Overcoming Misconceptions with a Computer-based Tutor. In the Proc. of The Second International Seminar on Misconceptions and Educational Strategies for Science and Mathematics, Ithaca, NY., pp. 12-20.

» Authoring Tools, Knowledge Acquisition/Representation in ITS

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Murray, T. (2005). Authoring for Advanced E-Learning Systems Moves Forward: Issues and Progress. Technology Instruction Cognition and Learning (TICL) Vol. 2 #3, 2005, pp. 171-183.

Murray, T. (2004). Design Tradeoffs in Usability and Power for Advanced Educational Software Authoring Tools. Educational Technology Journal, Sept-Oct 20004, pp. 10-16.

Murray, T., Woolf, B. & Marshall, D. (2004). Lessons Learned from Authoring for Inquiry Learning: A tale of authoring tool evolution. In Lester, Vicari, & Fábio (Eds.): Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 7th International Conference, ITS 2004, Maceiò, Brazil, Proceedings. Springer 2004, pp 197-206.

Murray, T. (1999). Authoring Intelligent Tutoring Systems: Analysis of the state of the art. Int. J. of AI and Education. Vol. 10  No. 1, pp. 98-129.

Murray, T. (1998). Authoring Instructional Expertise in Knowledge Based Tutors. Invited paper in J. of Instructional Science Vol. 26 No. 3-4, pp. 263-280.

Murray, T. (1998). Authoring Knowledge Based Tutors: Tools for Content, Instructional Strategy, Student Model, and Interface Design. J. of the Learning Sciences Vol. 7, No.1, pp. 5-64.

Murray, T. (1997). Expanding the Knowledge Acquisition Bottleneck for Intelligent Tutoring Systems. Int. J. of AI and Education. Vol. 8. No. 3.

Murray, T. (1996). Having it All, Maybe: Design Tradeoffs in ITS Authoring Tools. In Goos et. al (Eds), Proc. of Intelligent Tutoring Systems, Fourth International Conference, pp. 91-101. Springer Verlag, Berlin.

Murray, T. (1996). Special Purpose Ontologies and the Representation of Pedagogical Knowledge. In Proc. of Int. Conf. for the Learning Sciences (ICLS-96), Evanston, IL, 1996. AACE: Charlottesville, VA.

Murray, T. (1996). From Story Boards to Knowledge Bases, the First Step in Making CAI 'Intelligent'. In Carlson & Makedon (Eds.) Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, Proceedings, pp. 509-514. AACE, Charlottesville, VA. (Draft long version with figures)

Murray, T. & Woolf, B. (1992). Tools for Teacher Participation in ITS Design. In Frasson, Gauthier, & McCalla (Eds.) Intelligent Tutoring Systems, Second Int. Conf. , Springer Verlag, New York, pp. 593-600.

Murray, T. & Woolf, B. (1992). Results of Encoding Knowledge with Tutor Construction Tools. In the Proc. of the Tenth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-92). San Jose, July 1992, pp. 17-23.

Murray, T. & Woolf, B. (1991). A Knowledge Acquisition Tool for Intelligent Computer Tutors. Feature article in SIGART Bulletin Vol. 2 No. 2, pp. 3-15.

Woolf, B., Murray, T., Suthers, D. & Schultz, K. (1988). Knowledge Primitives for Tutoring System. In the Proc. of the Int. Conf. Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS-88). Montreal, Canada, June, 1988, pp. 491-498.

Woolf, B. & Murray, T. (1987). A Framework for Representing Tutorial Discourse. In the Proc. of the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-87), Milan, Italy. Morgan Kaufmann, Inc. Palo Alto CA, pp. 189-192.

» Adaptive Hypermedia

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Pieschl, S., Stahl, E, Murray, T., & Bromme, R. (2012). Is adaptation to task complexity really beneficial for performance? Learning and Instruction. Volume 22, Issue 4, August 2012, Pages 281–289.

Murray, T. (2004). Content design issues in adaptive hyperbooks. Int. J. Computer Applications in Technology, Vol. 21, No. 3, 2004, pp 107-116.

Murray, T. (2003). A Second Generation Authoring System for Structurally Rich Hyperbooks: MetaLinks-II. In Richards, G. (Ed.), Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2003, Phoenix, Arizona, November 2003. Chesapeake, VA: AACE, pp. 2349-2350.

Murray, T. (2003). Applying Text Comprehension and Active Reading Principles to Adaptive Hyperbooks. Proceedings of Cognitive Science. July, 2003, Boston, MA. (on line at www.ccm.ua.edu/cogsci/table.html).

Murray. T. (2003). How adaptive hypermedia can support active reading skills. Proceedings of AI-ED'2003, 11th World Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, July, 2003. Sydney, Amsterdam: ISO Press, pp. 482-484.

Murray, T. (2003). MetaLinks: Authoring and affordance for conceptual and narrative flow in adaptive hyperbooks. Int. J. of Artificial Intelligence in Education 13(2-4) pp. 197-231.

Murray, T. (2001). "Characteristics and Affordances of Adaptive Hyperbooks."  Proceedings of WebNet 2001.  October 2001, Orlando, FL, pp. 143-154.

Murray, T., Gartner-Piemonte, J. & Kelleher, P. (2001). "Evaluating Features for Conceptual and Narrative Flow in an  Adaptive Hyperbook,"  Artificial Intelligence in Education (Moore, Redfield & Johnson, Eds.), Proceedings of AI in Education 2001.  San Antonio, TX, May 2001. Amsterdam: ISO Press, pp. 21-32.

Murray, T., Shen, T., Piemonte, J., Condit, C. , Thibedeau, J.  (2000). "Adaptivity for Conceptual and Narrative Flow in Hyperbooks: the MetaLinks System," in Proceedings of Adaptive Hypermedia 2000.  Trento Italy, August 2000.

Murray, T., Piemonte, J., Khan, S., Shen, T., Condit, C. (2000). "Evaluating the Need for Intelligence in an Adaptive Hypermedia System," in Proceedings of ITS-2000, Gauthier, Frasson, VanLehn (Eds), Montreal, June 2000. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Springer:Berlin, pp. 373-382.

Murray, T., Condit, C., Piemonte, J. Shen, T., & Kahn, S. (1999).  MetaLinks--A Framework and Authoring Tools for Adaptive Hypermedia.  Proceedings of AIED-99, Le Mans, France, July 1999. Amsterdam: ISO Press, pp. 744-746.

» Adaptive Mathematics Tutors

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Arroyo, I., Beal, C., Murray, T., Walles, R., & Woolf, B. P. (2004). Web-based intelligent multimedia tutoring for high stakes achievement tests. In Intelligent Tutoring Systems (pp. 468-477). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

Woolf, B. P., Arroyo, I., Beal, C. R., & Murray, T. (2006). Gender and Cognitive Differences in Help Effectiveness During Problem Solving. Technology Instruction and Learning, 3(1/2), 89.

Arroyo, I., Murray, T. Woolf, B. & Beal, C. (2004). Inferring unobservable learning variables from student help seeking behavior. In Lester, Vicari, & Fábio (Eds.): Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 7th International Conference, ITS 2004, Maceiò, Brazil, Proceedings. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 3220. Springer 2004, pp. 782-784.

Arroyo, I., Woolf, B., Beal, C., Walles, R., & Murray, T. (2004). Web-based Intelligent Multimedia Tutoring for High Stakes Achievement Tests. In Lester, Vicari, & Fábio (Eds.): Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 7th International Conference, ITS 2004, Maceiò, Brazil, Proceedings. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 3220. Springer 2004, pp. 468-477.

Murray, T. & Arroyo, I. (2003). Toward an Operational Definition of the Zone of Proximal Development for Adaptive Instructional Software. Proceedings of Cognitive Science. July, 2003, Boston, MA. (on line at www.ccm.ua.edu/cogsci/table.html).

Murray, T. & Arroyo, I. (2003). ITS Evaluation Using Process-Oriented ZPD Metrics. Proceedings of AI-ED'2003, 11th World Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, 20-24 July, 2003. Sydney, Amsterdam: ISO Press, pp. 485-487.

Arroyo, I., Murray, T., Woolf, B., Beal, C. (2003). A formative evaluation of Animal Watch. Proceedings of AI-ED'2003, 11th World Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, 20-24 July, 2003. Sydney, Amsterdam: ISO Press, pp. 371-373.

Arroyo, I., Murray, T., Beck, J., Woolf, B., Beal, C. (2003). Further results on gender and cognitive differences in help effectiveness. Proceedings of AI-ED'2003, 11th World Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, 20-24 July, 2003. Sydney, Amsterdam: ISO Press, pp. 368-370.

Woolf, B. & Murray, T (1992). Using Machine Learning to Advise a Student Model. J. of AI and Education. 3(4), 401-416.

» Other Topics (Perspegrity, ZPD, Distributed Curriculum, ITS Evaluation, Analogy-based Tutoring, etc.)

(More, non-peer-reviewed items in this category are below)

Murray, T. & Arroyo, I. (2002). Toward Measuring and Maintaining the Zone of Proximal Development in Adaptive Instructional Systems. Cerri, Gouarderes & Paraguacu (Eds.) Intelligent Tutoring Systems: 6th International Conference, June 2002, Biarritz, France. Berlin: Springer Verlag, 749-758.

Murray, T. (2003). Toward decoupling instructional context, learning objectives, and content in learning object metadata. Learning Technology Vol 5 #1. Publication of IEEE Computer Society Learning Technology Task Force (LTTF) http://lttf.ieee.org/learn_tech/.

Murray, T (1998). A Model for Distributed Curriculum on the World Wide Web. J. of Interactive Media in Education 98(5).  On-line journal at http://www-jime.open.ac.uk/.

Murray, T. (1993). Formative Qualitative Evaluation for "Exploratory" ITS Research. J. of Artificial Intelligence and Education. Vol. 4 (2/3) pp.  179-207.


« PRESENTATIONS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS (by topic)

» Supporting Social Deliberative Skills On-line

Stephens. L., Murray, T., Shrikant, N., Wing, L., Xu, X. & Woolf, B.P. (2013, in submission). An Evaluation of Online Forum Features Supporting Social Deliberative Skills: Preliminary Results.

Madhawa Palihapitiya, Noam Shore, Tom Murray (2103). "The Future of Collaborative Governance: Integrating F2F with online public engagement". Presentation at UNCG 2013, http://policyconsensus.org/events/uncg_2013.html.

Wing, L., Murray, T., Woolf, B., & Katsh, E. (2013). "An Online Deliberation Facilitators' Dashboard: Visualizations and Text analysis to support quality dialogues." Presented at the 12th International Online Dispute Resolution conference (ODR Forum), July 17, 2013, Montreal.

Jeghelian, S., Palihapitiya, M.P., Murray, T. & Shore, N. (2013). "The Future of Collaborative Governance: Integrating F2F with online public engagement." Presented at UNCG 2013, Annual meeting of the University Network for Collaborative Governance, June 2-4, 2013; Malibu, CA.

Murray, T. (2012). Supporting Social Deliberative Skills in Online Contexts. Poster presentation at National Conference on Dialogue and Deliberation, Seattle, WA, October 2012.

Xu, X., Murray, T. & Woolf, B. (2012). "Analyzing Social Discourses to Predict Social Deliberation and Understand Social Intent." Poster presentation at the NSF Social Computing Doctoral Consortium.

Wing, L., Katsh, E., Murray, T., and Woolf, B. (2012). Supporting Social Deliberative Skills in Online Dialog, Deliberation, and Dispute Resolution. Presentation at The Tenth International Online Dispute Resolution Forum (ODR). Chennai, India, February, 2012.

Murray, T. (2003). A framework for developing cognitive tools that support critical, reflective, and multi-perspectival thinking. Poster presentation at the AACU Technology, Learning, and Intellectual Development Conference, October 2003, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

» Authoring Tools, and Knowledge Acquisition/Representation in ITS

Conference presentation: Murray, T. (2014). Authoring Tools, Complexity, Epistemic Forms, and Cognitive Development. ITS 2014 Workshop: Intelligent Tutoring System Authoring Tools, June, 2014, Honolulu. (slideshare presentation)

Invited presentation: Murray, T. (2005). Design Tradeoffs for Advanced Learning Environment Authoring Tools. Invited presentation given for ADL Workshop on Authoring Tools for Advanced Learning Systems, Univ. of Memphis.

Journal Guest Editor: Technology Instruction Cognition and Learning (TICL) Vol. 2 #3, 2005.

Conference panel presentation: Murray, T., (2004). ITS & Inquiry Learning Environments: The challenge to 'do everything'. Presented during panel on "Inquiry Learning Environments: Where is the field and what needs to be done next?" In Lester, Vicari, & Fábio (Eds.): Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 7th International Conference, ITS 2004, Maceiò, Brazil, Proceedings. Springer 2004, p. 907.

Conference presentation: Murray, T. (2004). Design Tradeoffs in Usability and Power for Advanced Educational Software Authoring Tools. Paper presented at AERA, April 2004, San Diego.

Book: Murray, T., Blessing, S. & Ainsworth, S. (Eds.) (2003). Authoring Tools for Advanced Technology Learning Environments. Kluwer Academic/Springer Pub.: Netherlands.  

Book Chapter:  Murray, T. (2003). Eon: Authoring Tools for Content, Instructional Strategy, Student Model, and Interface Design. Chapter 11 in Murray, T., Blessing, S. & Ainsworth, S. (Eds.), Authoring Tools for Advanced Technology Learning Environments, Kluwer Academic/Springer Pub.: Netherlands.

Book Chapter:  Murray, T. (2003). Principles for Pedagogy-oriented Knowledge Based Tutor Authoring Systems: Lessons Learned and a Design Meta-Model. Chapter 15 in Murray, T., Blessing, S. & Ainsworth, S. (Eds.), Authoring Tools for Advanced Technology Learning Environments, Kluwer Academic/Springer Pub.: Netherlands.

Book Chapter:  Murray, T. (2003). An Overview of Intelligent Tutoring System Authoring Tools: Updated analysis of the state of the art. Chapter 17 in Murray, T., Blessing, S. & Ainsworth, S. (Eds.), Authoring Tools for Advanced Technology Learning Environments, Kluwer Academic/Springer Pub.: Netherlands.

Journal Guest Editor: International J. of AI and Education, Vol. 10  No. 1, 1999.

Editor, Workshop Proceedings: Mizoguchi, R. and Murray, T. (Eds.) (1999);  Proceedings of "Ontologies for Intelligent Educational Systems," Workshop at AIED-99, LeMans France, July 1999.

Invited panel presentations: Murray, T. (1998). "Are teachers knowledge engineers and should they be?" and "Semantics and Pedagogy in Authoring Educational Technology: Confronting the mismatch between researchers expectations and users," ITS-98 conference, San Antonio, TX.

Invited presentation: Murray, T. (1998). "Knowledge based techniques for making educational software 'smarter',"  at Univ. of Hawaii December, 1998.

Workshop leadership: “Design and Knowledge Representation Issues for Intelligent Tutoring Systems,” at San Francisco State University, three days in July 1987, and five days in September 1988.

Summer institute leadership: “Intelligent Tutoring Systems,” NSF-sponsored Teacher's Institute, Amherst, MA, three weeks in June 1988.

Workshop leadership: “Knowledge Acquisition of Tutoring Strategies from Videotaped Tutoring Sessions,” University of Hawaii at Manoa (Honolulu, HI), two-day workshop in November, 1987.

Journal Guest Editor: International J. of AI and Education, Vol. 8  No. 3, 1997.

Workshop presentation: Murray, T. (1997). "Knowledge Based Tutor Authoring Tools."  Presented at AAAI Fall-97 Symposium on ITS Authoring Tools.

Invited Panelist:  Murray, T. (1994). "Authoring Shells for ITS: Practical Solutions," at the Ed-Media conference in Vancouver, Canada, July 1994.

Tutorial speaker: Murray, T. (1993). "The Design and Implementation of Intelligent Tutors," National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-93), Washington, D.C., July 1993.

Dissertation: Murray, T. (1991). Facilitating Teacher Participation in Intelligent Computer Tutor Design: Tools and Design Methods. Univ. of Massachusetts School of Education Dissertation, Amherst, MA. Available as Univ. of Mass. Dept. of Computer Science Tech. Report # 91-95.

Technical Report: Murray, T. & Woolf, B. (1989). A knowledge acquisition framework facilitating multiple tutoring strategies. Umass Technical Report.

Technical Report: Woolf, Murray, Suthers, & Schultz (1987). Building tools for tutorial discourse. Northeast Artificial Intelligence Consortium Technical report TR-8720.

» Integral Theory, Epistemology, Applied Ethics

Updated Paper Listing [HERE]

Murray, T. (2011). Integralist Mental Models of Adult Development: Provisos from a Users Guide. Integral Leadership Review Vol. 11, No. 2 March 201. Will appear as a chapter in Esbjörn-Hargens (Ed) book True But Partial: Essential Critiques of Integral Theory.)

Murray, T (2009). An Introduction to Principles of Ethics and Morality for Scientists and Engineers.(Universisty of Mass white paper)

Murray, T., Ross, S. & Inglis, J. (2008). Tools for Dealing with Uncertainty, Ambiguity, and Paradox: Reflective Methods for Group Development. Workshop Presentation given at National Conference on Dialog and Deliberation, Austin, TX, August 2008.

Murray, T. (2006). Integral leadership as supporting epistemic sophistication in knowledge-building communities. Integral Leadership Review, Vol. VI. No. 4, October 2006.

Murray, T. (2006). "Technological Supports for Ethical Thinking Skills." Short article appearing in Kosmos Journal. Fall/Winter 2006: Volume VI Number 1.

» Cognitive Tools for Inquiry Learning Environments

Invited plenary: Murray, T. (2005). Lessons Learned from Three Inquiry Learning Environments: Theory, Pragmatics, and Evaluation. Invited plenary presentation given at E.U. Kaleidoscope conference on Computer Supported Inquiry learning, Genoa Italy, May 2005.

Conference presentation: Sammons, J., Murray, D., Woolf, B., Murray, T., Marshall, D. (2004). Inquiry-Based Electronic Field Trip Modules. Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America. Inspiring First-Rate Research through Undergraduate Teaching (avail. at http://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2004AM/finalprogram/session_12811.htm).

Conference presentation: Bruno, M., Murray, T., Jarvis, C., Woolf, B. (2004). Rashi: An Interactive Case-Based Computer Program for Inquiry Teaching in Science. Presented at the Annual Conference on Case Study Teaching in Science, State University at Buffalo, October 9, 2004.

Conference presentation: Murray, T., Winship, L., & Stillings, N. (2004). Evaluation of the SimForest Inquiry Learning Environment: Inquiry Cycles and Collaborative Teaching Practices. Presented at AERA, April 2004, San Diego.

Conference poster presentation: Murray, T. (2004). Authoring for a domain-independent environment for supporting inquiry learning using an "inquiry notebook" and intelligent coaching. Demonstration at AERA, April 2004, San Diego.

Conference poster presentation: Murray, T., Winship, L., Woolf, B., Bruno, M., Stillings, N. (2003). Two Approaches Supporting Scientific Inquiry Skills in Post-Secondary Education: Simulation-based Inquiry and Coached Hypothesis Investigation. Poster presentation at the AACU Technology, Learning, and Intellectual Development Conference, October 2003, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Invited presentation: Murray, T., Stillings, N., Winship, L., Bellin, R. & Moore, R. (2003). Glass Box and Black Box Simulation-Based Inquiry Learning Environments. Invited presentation at Concord Consortium, Concord, MA, January, 2003.

Invited presentation: Murray, T. (2002). Adaptive Hyperbooks: The promises and perils of a new breed of text, presented at the quarterly meeting of the Center for the Book, at Hampshire College, March, 2002.

Conference presentation:  Murray, T. Winship. L. , Galton A., Stillings, N., Shaughnessy, P. (2002). "SimForest: Curriculum and Software for Inquiry Learning in Forest Ecology." Presented at Pathways to Change conference, April, 2001, Arlington, VA.

Conference presentation:  Murray, T. Winship. L. , Galton A., Stillings, N., (2002). "Classroom implementation of an educational simulation supporting inquiry learning in forest ecology." Presented at Transforming Practice with Technology Conference, Amherst, MA March 1 2002.

Workshop presentation:  Murray, T., Winship, L., Bellin, R. (2002). "Glass Box Educational Simulations." Presented at workshop "Learning Environments For Inquiry Skills" at Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL 2002), January 2000, Boulder, Colorado.

Poster presentation: Galton, A., Murray, T. Shartar, E. Stillings, N. & Winship, L. (2001). "Sustainable Adoption of Innovative Curricula: A Case Study of Teacher Training and Support for Implementation of Educational Software in Forest Ecology." Presented at Pathways to Change conference, April, 2001, Arlington, VA.

Summer institute lead presenter and organizer: “Summer Institute on Educational Software for Inquiry-based Science,” week long professional development held at Hampshire College, July, 2001.

Poster presentation: Murray, T., Winship, L. & Moore, R. (2001). "SimForest: An Inquiry-Based Simulation Learning Environment for the Ecology of Forest Growth." Poster presented at Five-College Multimedia Conference, Amherst, April, 2001.

Workshop presentation:  Murray, T., Winship, L., Bellin, R. & Cornell, M. (2001). "Toward Glass Box Educational Simulations: Reifying Models for Inspection and Design." In workshop proceedings for External Representations in AIED at Artificial Intelligence and Education (AIED-2001), May 2001, San Antonio, TX.

Poster presentation: Murray, T., Winship, L. & Stillings, N. (2000). "A Inquiry-Based Simulation Learning Environment for the Ecology of Forest Growth." Poster presented at Five-College Multimedia Conference, Amherst, March, 2000.

» Adaptive Hypermedia

Trautman, R. J., Murray, T., & Zeile, J. V. (2006). An adaptive hypermedia textbook for general chemistry. Presented at 231st American Chemical Society (ACS) National Meeting, Atlanta, GA, March 26-30, 2006 in Atlanta.

Book chapter: Murray, T. (2005). Hyperbook Features Supporting Active Reading Skills. Chapter 8 in Web-based Intelligent e-Learning Systems: Technologies and Applications, by Zomgmin Ma (Ed.). Idea Group Publishing: Hershey, PA, pp. 156-174.

Conference panel presentation: De Bra, P.M.E., Brusilovsky, P., Murray, T., & Specht, M. (2001). Adaptive web-based textbooks. In W.A. Lawrence-Fowler & J. Hasebrook (Eds.), Proceedings of WebNet'2001 (Orlando FL, USA, October 23-27, 2001) (pp. 269-271). AACE.

Conference presentation:  Murray, T., Shen, T., Piemonte, J., Condit, C. (2000). "Using MetaLinks Adaptive Hyperbook Authoring Tool to Create Tectonica Interactive, a Web Based Introductory Geology Hyperbook." At Massachusetts Computer-using Educators annual conference: Online Environments Research, Models and Developing Resources, May 11, 2000, Worcester, Mass.

Invited presentation: Murray, T. (2000). "Lost in Hyperspace! An Adaptive Rescue Effort."  At the the Five College Multimedia Fair, Amherst, MA, April 2000.

Conference presentation:  Khan, S., Murray, T., & Piemonte, J. (2000). A Mixed Methods Evaluation of an On-Line Geology Tutor. Presented at the Harvard Graduate School of Education Conference.

Conference presentation:  Khan, S., Murray, T., & Piemonte, J. (2000). Qualitative Hypermedia Evaluation Methods.  A paper presented at the Eastern Educational Research Association, Clearwater, FL. Available from the authors.

Workshop presentation:  Murray, T., Shen, T., Piemonte, J., Condit, C. , Thibedeau, J. (2000). "Adaptivity in the MetaLinks Hyper-Book Authoring Framework," Workshop Proceedings of Adaptive and Intelligent Web-Based Education Systems workshop at ITS 2000, Montreal, June 2000.

Conference presentation:  Piemonte, J., Condit, C., Murray, T., and Kahn, S., 1999, Tectonica Interactive:  Methods and Techniques for  Presenting a Web-based, Multimedia Geologic Tutorial.  Presented at the Geological Society of America, Annual  Meeting, Denver, Colorado, October 1999. Abstract in Geol. Soc. Am.  Prog.,  Vol. 31, No. 7.

Workshop presentationMurray, T., Condit, C., Haugsjaa, E. (1998). MetaLinks: A Preliminary Framework for Concept-Based Adaptive Hypermedia. Workshop Proceedings for "WWW-Based Tutoring" in ITS-98 conference, San Antonio, TX, August.

» Other Topics (Adaptive Math Tutors, ZPD, Meta-cognition, Distributed Curriculum, ITS Evaluation, Analogy-based Tutoring, etc.)

Conference presentation: Benander, L. & Murray, T. (2005). Distributed Activism: Using the internet to foster decentralized efforts for economic justice. Presentation at the Grassroots & Technology Conference, MIT, April, 2005.

Invited presentation: Murray, T. (2005). What does software design have to do with ethics and consciousness? -- Toward systems that scaffold perspective and integrity in on-line collaboration and decision-making. Invited presentation given at Univ. of Muenster, Germany, May 2005.

Conference presentation: Arroyo, I., Woolf, B.P., Beal, C.R. & Murray, T., (2005). Gender and Cognitive Differences in Help Effectiveness During Problem Solving. Presented at American Educational Researchers Association, April 2005, Montreal.

Conference presentation: Murray, T. & Arroyo, I. (2004). The Zone of Proximal Development as a Process-Oriented Metric for Instructional Software. Presented at AERA, April 2004, San Diego.

Conference workshop presentation: Murray, T. (2003). Towards Supporting Information Quality in Rhetorical, Dialogic, and Collective On-line Communication. AIED-2003 Supplementary Proceedings, Alven et. Al (Eds), Australia: SIT, Univ. of Sydney, pp. 578-591.

Conference poster presentation: Murray, T. (2003). A Framework for Developing Cognitive Tools that Support Critical, Reflective, and Multi-Perspectival Thinking. Poster presentation at the AACU Technology, Learning, and Intellectual Development Conference, October 2003, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Newsletter: Murray, T. & Leighton, P (2003). Toward Adding Conceptual and Pedagogical Depth to Educational Digital Library Metadata. . January 2003 Special Issue of Learning Technology Newsletter; Learning Technology Task Force.

Poster presentation: Murray, T. (2002). "The transformation of text books to hyperbooks." Presented at Transforming Practice with Technology conference, Amherst, MA March 1 2002.

Workshop presentation:  Mizoguchi, R. and Murray, T. (Eds.) (1999); Proceedings of "Ontologies for Intelligent Educational Systems," Workshop at AIED-99, LeMans France, July 1999.

Panel presentation: Murray, T. (1999). "A Model for Distributed Curriculum: From Tutor-Centered to Topic-Centered Representations," AIED-99 panel "Ontologies for Intelligent Educational Systems," LeMans France, July 1999.

Workshop presentation: Murray, T. (1997). Topic Encapsulation for Distributed Tutoring and User Modeling. Workshop Proceedings of AI-ED 97, Kobe, Japan.

Poster presentation: Monaghan, J. & Murray, T. (1996). Cognitive analysis of students' interactions with intelligent tutoring environments constructed with a knowledge based authoring system.  At the Intelligent Tutoring Systems conference, Montreal, 1996.

Book Chapter:  Woolf, B. & Murray, T. Using Machine Learning to Advise a Student Model (1994). In J. Greer and G. McCalla (Eds.) Student Modeling: The Key to Individualized Knowledge-Based Instruction. Springer-Verlag, New York.

Workshop presentation:  Tutorial workshop presentation: Woolf, B., & Murray, T. "Design and Implementation of an Intelligent Multimedia Tutor." AAAI-93 Workshop tutorial booklet. AAAI  Press, Menlo Park, CA.

Workshop presentation:  Murray, T. (1990). Alternatives in Qualitative Formative Evaluation of ITSs. Presentation at AAAI Spring Symposium on Knowledge Based Environments for Teaching and Learning. May, 1990, Stanford, CA.

Workshop presentation:  Murray, T. & Woolf, B. P. (1990). A Knowledge Acquisition Framework Facilitating Multiple Tutoring Strategies. Presented at AAAI Spring Symposium on Knowledge Based Environments for Teaching and Learning. May, 1990, Stanford, CA.

Conference presentation: Murray, T., Brown, D., Clement, J., & Schultz, K. (1987). Progress Report on an Analogy-Based Computer Tutor for Remediating Physics Misconceptions. Paper presented at the Summer Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Bozeman, Montana, June 1987. UMass Scientific Reasoning Research Group tech. report 87-17.

Invited presentation: Murray, T. (1998). "Representing Pedagogical Knowledge in Intelligent Tutors," at Hewlett-Packard's Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, September 1988.

Invited presentation: Murray, T. (1987). "Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Tutoring Systems," at North Adams State College's Career Forum for Computer Science Majors (North Adams, MA), April, 1987.


« TEACHING EXPERIENCE & WORKSHOP ORGANIZATION

Teaching Experience:

Courses taught at Hampshire College, visiting associate faculty and senior research fellow,1997-2002, including: "Teaching and Learning on the World Wide Web,"  "Learning Revolutions: Theory and Software for Inquiry-based Learning," "Collaborative and Hypermedia Learning Environments."

Courses taught at the University of Massachusetts, adjunct faculty, 1994-1997: several graduate seminars in "Advanced Topics in Intelligent Tutoring Systems," co-listed in the School of Education and the Computer Science Department.

Taught six classes (1986-1989), in Conceptual Physics, Logo Programming, and Remedial Mathematics,  for two organizations founded on constructivist learning theories: The Scientific Reasoning Research Institute at the University of Massachusetts, and the SummerMath Program at Mount Holyoke College.

Have also taught the following subjects to children and adults: Conceptual Physics, Constructivist Mathematics, PASCAL Programming, LOGO Programming, BASIC Programming, Introduction to Computers, Philosophy for fifth graders.

Workshop Organization and Leadership:

Co-chair or co-organizer for the following workshops and symposia:

Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) 2002 workshop: “Learning Environments for Inquiry Skills,” Boulder, Colorado, January, 2002.

ITS-2002 workshop : "Inquiry Learning Environments," San Antonio, July, 2002.

AI-ED-99 workshop, Ontologies for Intelligent Educational Systems," LeMans France, July 1999.

ASCILITE-98 workshop: "From Story Boards to Knowledge Bases: Steps toward making instructional software more generative, adaptive, and intelligent," Wolongong, Australia, December, 1998.

ITS-98 workshop: "WWW-Based Tutoring" in ITS-98 conference, San Antonio, TX, August.

AAAI Fall-97 Symposium: "Intelligent Tutoring System Authoring Tools," Cambridge, MA, Nov. 1997.

AI-ED-97 workshop, "Issues in Achieving Cost-Effective and Reusable Intelligent Learning Environments," Kobe, Japan, August, 1997.

ITS-96 workshop: "Architectures and Methods for Designing Cost-Effective and Reusable ITSs," Montreal, Canada. June 1996.

AI&ED-95 workshop: "Authoring Shells for Intelligent Tutoring Systems," Washington, D.C., August, 1995.

ED-MEDIA-94 workshop: "Teaching Strategies and Intelligent Tutoring Systems." Vancouver Canada, July, 1994.


« PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Hampshire College:

Faculty advisor to EPIC (Student-run educational policy committee, 2000-2002).

Member of the committee to evaluate and revise the Third World Expectation (1999-2000).

Faculty mentor for the student-centered web site (Virtual Campus Center) project (2000-2002).

Served on committee to evaluate student community service grant applications (2000, 2001).

Hampshire College Affirmative Action Committee (2000-2002).

Other professional service:

(And see Professional Affiliations above and Workshop organization above.)

Member of the steering board of the Community for Integrative Learning and Action (CILA), a non-profit organization of Five College area faculty and associates interested in promoting the cultivation of contemplative, ethical, and spiritual dimensions of life into institutions of higher education.

Summer Institute organizer: Summer Institute on Educational Software for Inquiry-based Science, in Amherst, Mass, July 2001.

Conference Demonstrations Chair for  International Conference on AI and Education (San Antonio, TX 2001).

Organizing committee for "The Internet Comes To Main Street"  conference, and panel chair for "Technology Education for the New Economy" (Northampton, MA, 2000 & 2001).

Active in the IEEE P1484 Learning Technology Standards and Learning Object MetaData efforts, 1995-1999 (goal: to develop technical Standards, Guidelines, and Recommended Practices for the area of Computer-Based Learning). Chair of "Authoring Tools Study Group" (1996-1998).

Conference Program Committees and Journal submission reviewing:

Assoc. for Artificial Intelligence Conference (AAAI 1996, 1999); International Conf. on Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS 1998, 2000, 2004); Int. Conf. for the Learning Sciences (ICLS 1996); J. of Computers in Education (1996); International Conference on AI and Education (AI-ED 1993, 1995, 1999, 2001, 2003); International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI 1989, 1999); International Conference on Computer Aided Training in Science and Technology (Int. International Technical Advisory Panel member 1988); Adaptive Hypermedia (2000); International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE 2002); International Conference on Knowledge Capture Conference (K-Cap 2003); New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia (NRHM 2004); J. of AI in Education (2000-present, editorial board); International Association of Science and Technology for Development (IASTED 2000).


« COMMUNITY SERVICE (NON-ACADEMIC)

Volunteer work for Dance New England and EarthDance (Peace Council, workshops in Non-violent Communication) (1998-present).

Volunteer work for the Hilltown Cooperative Charter School (1998-2004) (computer consulting and ultimate frisbee coaching).

Volunteer work for: Mass. Audubon Society (1994-1995).

Volunteer work in the Ashfield public schools tutoring in math and computers(1993 -1994).

President and volunteer worker for a non-profit dance and movement collective which sponsors a weekly alcohol and smoke free dance event and a yearly dance workshop conference (1989-present, president until 1995).

Co-sponsor and facilitator of the Computer Scientist Support Group, at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA (1990-1991).

Certified Massachusetts dispute mediator; volunteer mediation for Franklin County Meditation Service (1988-1989).

Co-directed the Future Studies Program at the University of Massachusetts (1984-1985). Organized the Five College event "Beyond 1984," including workshops, panel discussions, exhibits.


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