Jean Warner
Associate Professor Email: warnerj@rider.edu
Phone Number: 609-895-5497
Office Location:
Memorial Hall 102I

Faculty Office Hours

Mailing Address:
2083 Lawrenceville Road, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Role: 
Faculty
Title: 
Associate Professor
Email: 
warnerj@rider.edu
Phone Number: 
609-895-5497
Mailing Address: 
2083 Lawrenceville Road, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Office Location: 
Memorial Hall 102I

Academic Background

  • 1959 Associate in Arts Rider College, Trenton, NJ
  • 1962 BS Business Education Rider College, Trenton, NJ
  • 1964 MA Business Education Rider College, Trenton, NJ
  • 1970 Ph.D. Business Education New York, NYC, NY

Textbook Publications

  • 1984 World Processing for Colleges H.M. Rowe, Baltimore, MD
  • 1992 Rocky Mountain Transport- An Information Processing Simulation H.M. Rowe, Baltimore, MD

Magazine Publications

  • 1978 “To See Ourselves As Others See Us” Journal of Business Education
  • 1979 “Teaching and Evaluating Intangible Factors in a Secretarial Procedures Class” New Jersey Business Education Observer
  • 1980 “Evaluating Office Practice Simulations” Journal of Business Education
  • 1982 “Word processing- Try It- You’ll Like It” Rowe Insight
  • 1983 “H-U-M-A-N Factors- The Key to Word Processing Success” New Jersey Business Education Observer
  • 1984 “Choosing A Word Processing Text” Punchline, H.M. Rowe
  • 1984 “Word Processing- A Rating Checklist” Punchline, H.M. Rowe
  • 1987 “Teaching Word Processing Applications to the Tune of the One-Room School-House” Punchline, H.M. Rowe
  • 1987 “Avoid Computer Snake Oil Pair Students on Electronic Equipment” New Jersey Business Education Observer
  • 1988 “Increased Stroking Speed—A Natural Byproduct of Advanced Word Processing” New Jersey Business Education Observer
  • 1989 “The Lasting Legacy of the One-Room Schoolhouse” Delta Pi Epsilon Rider Reader
  • 1992 “Team Management” Punchline, H.M Rowe
  • 1993 “Desktop Publishing” Punchline, H.M. Rowe
  • 1997 “One-Credit Technology Courses—Fun, Fast, and Beneficial” New Jersey Business Education Association Observer
  • 2000 “Communicating With Parents— Can New Technology Help Us Improve?” New Jersey Business Education Observer
  • 2003 “Horace Mann and the Internet” Unpublished

Current Agenda

  • Currently researching the use of electronic portfolios and the overall field of how technology can best be used to further college students’ documentation of learning and as a collaborative tool.

Academic Honors and Awards

  • Graduated Magna Cum Laude from Rider College in 1962
  • Listed in 1970 Outstanding Young Women of America
  • Listed in Who’s Who in American Education 1990-2005

Selected Professional Activities

  • 1980-Present Thomas Edison College, Trenton, NJ, Evaluator and Test Writer
  • 1990-Present Educational Testing Service—Test item Writer and Evaluator
  • !976-1996 Professional Secretaries International—Cps Exam Proctor Speaker at various PSI meetings in Trenton/Lawrenceville area
  • 1999-2000 Speaker at various New Jersey Business Education meetings
  • 1990-2000 Consultant, Monmouth County Vocational School

Selected University, College and School of Education Activities

  • 1976-1996 Advisor, Collegiate Secretaries International
  • 1980-Present Promotion and Tenure Committees and Departmental Representative
  • 1980-Present Department Awards Committee, Strategic Planning Committee, Evaluating Student Progress Committee, Curriculum Committees, Search Committees, and School of Education Academic Standing Committee
  • 1998-2001 University Summer Fellowship Research Projects Committee
  • 2000-Present university Grade Appeals Committee
  • 1992-1996 Coordinator, Partners In LEARNING, Rider University
  • 2003-Present NCATE Coordinator, School of Education
  • 2003 Primary Author of Social Studies Program Report (NCSS/NCATE)
  • 1976-Present Author of Numerous Technology Modules including the most current (LiveText electronic portfolios)

Courses Taught

  • EDU 465—Secondary Education Student Teaching Seminar Student Teaching Supervision
  • BED 208—Internet
  • BED 201—Word Processing: Beginning
  • BED 202—Word Processing: Advanced
  • BED 212—Word Processing: Applications
  • BED 209—Presentation Software
  • BED 207—HyperCard
  • BED 203—Desktop Publishing and Graphics