Frances K. Bailie, Ph.D.

32 Country Ridge Drive

Rye Brook, NY 10573

914-937-0907 (home)

914-633-2335 (work)

fbailie@iona.edu



EDUCATION

Columbia University; New York, NY

Ph.D. Mathematics Education - 1990

Columbia University; New York, NY

M.Phil. Mathematics Education - 1989

Fordham University; Bronx, NY

M.A. Mathematics - 1967

College of New Rochelle; New Rochelle, NY

B.A. Mathematics - 1965


TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Iona College; New Rochelle, NY: 1981-present

Current rank: Associate Professor in Department of Computer Science.

Undergraduate courses

Computer Science I (Pascal, C++, Java)

Computer Science II (Pascal, C++, Java)

Computer Science Internship

Concepts of Data Communications

Graduate courses - M.S., Educational Technology

Introduction to Programming for Education (Visual Basic)

Research Methods in Educational Technology

Research Project in Educational Technology

Graduate courses – MS, Telecommunications

Web Site Design

Web Application Development


CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

CS 498 Computer Science Internship

Developed course allowing qualified CS majors to earn college credit for job related experiences. CS Internship Coordinator: 1986 - present

CS 140 Computers, Technology and Society

Committee to revise core course

EDT 895 Research Methods in Educational Technology

Developed curriculum

EDT 896 Research Project in Educational Technology

Developed curriculum

EDT Masters Program

Chair of Committee to revise EDT Masters Program and apply for NCATE Accreditation

5-Year Bachelors/Masters Programs

Chair of committee to design four 5-year programs:

BA-CIS/MS-CS, BA-CIS/MS-TEL, BS-CS/MS-CS, BS-CS/MS-TEL


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

Association for Computing Machinery; SIGSCE

Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education

Association for Educational Communications and Technology

International Society for Technology in Education

Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges

Upsilon Pi Epsilon


SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT

Designed and implemented multimedia lessons in AVC for classroom use in CIS 240 (Computer core course). (with Catherine Ricardo) 1992-1993.


WORKBOOK

Mastering Computer Applications. (written with Catherine Ricardo). Needham Heights, MA: Ginn Press. First Edition, 1992; Second Edition, 1993.


JOURNAL ARTICLES

Bailie, Frances, Marion, Bill & Whitfield, Deborah. "How Rubrics that Measure Outcomes Can Complete the Assessment Loop." Journal of ComputimgSciences in Colleges. 25:6, April 2010. 15-23.

Bailie, Frances. "The Graduate Research Experience: Successes and Failures." Conference of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education. Charleston, SC, March 2009.

Bailie, Frances, Whitfield, Deborah, & Abunawass, Adel. "Assessment and Its Role in Accreditation." International Conference on Frontiers in Education: Computer Science and Computer Engineering. Las Vegas, NV June 2007.

Bailie, Frances. "How a Technology Grant from the National Academy Foundation Has Begun to Make a Difference for Minority Students in an Urban High School." Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Conference. San Antonio, TX March 2006.

Poger, Sofya & Bailie, Frances. "A Web-Based System for Course and Program Assessment: Prototype to Product." Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Conference. Orlando, FL March 2006.

Poger, Sofya & Bailie, Frances. "Student Perspectives on a Real World Project." Journal of Computing Science in Colleges. 21(6): June 2006, 69-75.

Bailie, Frances. "Can a Technology Grant from the National Academy Foundation Begin to Make a Difference for Minority Students in an Urban High School." Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education. Phoenix, AZ March 2005.

Bailie, Frances. "An Investigation of Graduate Students’ Reflections on Research." Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education. Atlanta, GA, March 2004.

Bailie, Frances & Ricardo, Catherine. "The Maze of Re-Certification and Accreditation." Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education. Nashville, TN, March 2002.

Bailie, Frances. "Comparing a Local School District’s Teacher Use of Computing with National Survey Results." Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education. Orlando, March 2001.

Bailie, Frances & Ricardo, Catherine. "Using Grants to Infuse Technology into Teacher Education." Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual Eastern Small College Computing Conference. October 2000, pp. 61-65.

Bailie, Frances & Ricardo, Catherine. "Incorporating Standards in Web-based Instruction." Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education. San Diego, February 2000.

Bailie, Frances. "The Internet and Career Development." Proceedings of the Conference of the International Information Management Association. Iona College, October 1999.

Bailie, Frances, LaMalfa, Maria, & Moss, Kevin. "A Multimedia Service Project." Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Eastern Small College Computing Conference. October 1997, pp. 97-101.

Bailie, Frances. "A Multimedia Approach to Computer Ethics." Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society. University Park, PA: STS Press, March 1995, p. 105.

Bailie, Frances & Ricardo, Catherine. "Using Multimedia to Teach Computer Literacy." Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society. University Park, PA: STS Press, January 1993, pp. 89-91.

Bailie, Frances, Ricardo, Catherine, & Novak, Robert. "A Multimedia Presentation System for Classroom Use." The Journal of Computing in Small Colleges. Volume 3, Number 2, November 1992, pp. 173-176.

Bailie, Frances, Ricardo, Catherine, & Novak, Robert. "Using AVC in College Core Courses." Technology Conference for IBM and NYS Teacher Preparation Programs. March 1992, #16.

Bailie, Frances. "Improving the Modularization Ability of Novice Programmers." SIGCSE BULLETIN. Volume 23, Number 1, March 1991, pp. 277-282.


PRESENTATIONS

Bailie, Frances, Abunawass, Adel, Petrovic, Smiljana & Whitfield, Deborah. "Untangling the Maz of Pedagogical Strategies for Introductory Programming." Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges Conference-Northeastern Region, Western New England College, April 2011.

Bailie, Frances, Marion, Bill & Whitfield, Deborah. "How Rubrics that Measure Outcomes Can Complete the Assessment Loop."Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges Conference-Northeastern Region, University of Hartford, April 2010.

Bailie, Frances, Murray, Keitha & Petrovic, Smiljana. "Incorporating Ethics into the Computer Science Curriculum: Multiple Perspectives." Panel moderator and discussant. Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges Conference-Eastern Region, Villanova University, October 2009.

Bailie, Frances & Marion, Bill. "CS Assessment: Goals, Learning Outcomes and Rubrics." Poster Session at the Conference of the Special Interest Group in Computer Science Education. Chattanooga, TN, March 2009.

Bailie, Frances, Carlson, Christina, Ketz, Victoria, Wenchell, Laurie. "Changing Ideas about Faculty Advising." National Academic Advising Association Region 1 Conference. Saratoga Springs, NY, March 2009.

Bailie, Frances, Abunawass, Adel & Whitfield, Deborah. "Student Outcomes Assessment: What Is It? How Do You Make It Work For You?" Workshop at Conference Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges- Eastern Region. Hood College, Fredrick, MD, October 2008.

Whitfield, Deborah, Caroline, St. Clair, & Bailie, Frances. "Student Outcomes Assessment: What Is It? How Do You Make It Work For You?" Workshop at Technical Symposium for Computer Science Education. Portland, OR, March 2008.

Bailie, Frances & Ricardo, Catherine. "Closing the Assessment Loop in the Small College." Best Assessment Processes IX Symposium, Rose-Hulman Institute. Terre Haute, IN, April 2007.

Bailie, Frances. "Guidelines and Suggestions for ABET Accreditation." Panel moderator. Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges Conference- Eastern Region. Iona College, October 2005.

Bailie, Frances. "Assessment of Studies Integrating Technology into the K-12 Curriculum." Symposium Moderator. Northeastern Educational Research Association Conference. Kerhonkson, NY, October 2004.

Bailie, Frances, Whitfield, Deborah, & Abunawass, Adel. "Assessment Made Easy." Workshop at Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges Conference- Eastern Region. Baltimore, MD, October 2004.

Bailie, Frances. "Approaches to Self-Assessment of Computer Science Departments and Programs." Panel discussant. Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges Conference – Southeastern Region. Austin, TX, April 2004.

Bailie, Frances. "Objects First: Does it Work?" Panel moderator. Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges Conference- Eastern Region. Montclair, NJ, October 2003.

Bailie, Frances. "Java Visualization Using BlueJ." Panel moderator and discussant. Eighteenth Eastern Small College Computing Conference. Bloomsberg, PA, October 2002.

Bailie, Frances. "Distance Learning." Panel moderator and discussant. Seventeenth Eastern Small College Computing Conference. Scranton, PA, October 2001.

Bailie, Frances. "The Internet and Career Development." Conference of the International Information Management Association. Iona College, October 1999.

Bailie, Frances. "Computer Skills for the Twenty-First Century Economy." Keynote Address for VATEA (Vocational and Technical Education Act) Seminar. North Rockland High School, June 1998.

Bailie, Frances. "CSAB Accreditation and the Small College." Panel discussant. Consortium for Computing in Small Colleges Second Annual Northeastern Conference. Northeastern University, Boston, MA, April 1997.

Bailie, Frances. "Computers and Education." Panel discussant. Poughkeepsie Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery. Marist College, Poughkeepsie, NY, April 1997.

Bailie, Frances. "Evaluating Honors Courses". Developing in Honors Workshop. National Collegiate Honors Council 1996 Conference. San Francisco, CA, October 1996.

Bailie, Frances. "Computer Ethics: Curricular, Social, and Legal Issues". Panel moderator. First Annual CCSC Northeastern Regional Conference. University of Hartford, April 1996.

Bailie, Frances. "Multimedia Across the College Curriculum". Panel moderator. Ninth Annual Eastern Small College Computing Conference. Monmouth, NJ, October 1993.

Bailie, Frances. "Skills Validation: Writing, Speaking & Listening, Critical Thinking". Panel discussant. Greater New York Small College Computer Consortium. New Rochelle, NY, April 1991.


CONFERENCE CO-CHAIR

Eastern Small College Computing Conference. Iona College. New Rochelle, NY, October 1995.


COMMITTEES

Assistant Chair, Department of Computer Science, 2009-2011

Coordinator of Freshman Advisement, School of Arts & Science, 2010-2011

Chair, IT Committee, 2008-2011

College Council, 2008-2011

Academic Affairs, 2009-2011

Chair, Faculty Senate, 2006-2007, 2007-2008

Chair, College Council, 2006-2007, 2007-2008

Chair, Assessment Committee for ABET Accreditation for Computer Science Department, 2003- present

Chair, Assessment Committee for School of Arts and Science, 2003-2004

NCATE liaison for MS in Educational Technology Program, 1999 – present. Chaired program revisions leading to ISTE and NCATE accreditation and program review


RESEARCH

2005-2006: Evaluation of Academy of Information Technology at Gorton High School, Yonkers, NY

1999-2000: Administered and analyzed survey of teachers’ use of computing for New Rochelle School District


GRANTS

Member of the Advisory Board to administer a National Academy Foundation Grant for an Academy of Information Technology at Gorton High School in Yonkers, chair of the Industry Education/Curriculum Overview Sub Committee of the Advisory Board, 2000-present

BOCES Mini Grant to fund Summer Institute in Educational Technology, July 1999. (with Dr. Catherine Ricardo)

Consultant for Learning Technology Grant at Haverstraw-Stony Point Central School District, 1998-1999.


CONSULTING

Evaluator for NYS Department for MS in Education for Educational Technology Program at Dowling College, February 2006.


AWARDS

2009 CELTIC Excellence in Teaching Award at Iona College for joint proposal with Sunghee Lee, Ph.D., Chemistry, entitled Enhancement, Expansion and Assessment of Career Information in Science at Iona College ("CSI") Program.