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Andrew Tawfik, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor

Research Interests:

Case based reasoning, Problem-based learning, Collaborative learning


Doctoral - University of Missouri; School of Information Science and Learning Technology/Business minor

Masters - Indiana University; Information Science (Human-Computer Interaction focus)

Undergrad - Bradley University - Management Information System


ETT 564 Training and Performance Technology

ETT 531 Visual Literacy

Recent papers:

Tawfik, A., Rong, H. & Choi, I. (2016 – in press). Failing to learn: design principles for using failure to support problem-solving. Educational Technology Research & Development. 

Kolodner, J. & Tawfik, A. (2016 – in press). Case-based reasoning: Challenges and opportunities for future research. Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-Based  Learning (Invited paper).

Tawfik, A. & Lilly, C. (2015). Using a flipped classroom approach to support problem-based learning. Technology, Knowledge, & Learning, (20)3, 299-315.

Tawfik, A. & Kochendorfer, K. (2015) Implementation of a semantic search technology to support clinical decision-making: A case study. In J. Stefanaik (ed.), Cases on Human Performance Improvement Technologies (pp. 270-286). Hershey, PA. IGI Global.



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