Presentations, Publications & Awards


  • Mobile Learning Digital Media Curriculum Project, New Media Consortium summer conference, Boston, June, 2012.
  • Creating Your Institutions Mobile Learning Strategy, Campus Technology, December 7, 2011, Boston.
  • Northeastern University’s Mobile Learning Initiative , article posted to, November, 2011.
  • Digital Media Assignment Initiative at Northeastern University, Campus Technology Conference, Boston, July 2011.
  • M-Learning on Speed Dial: How to Develop a Nimble Academic Mobile Learning Strategy for Your Campus, pre-conference workshop, Campus Technology Conference, Boston, July, 2011.
  • Campus Technology Executive Summit Panelist on Societal Trends, Campus Technology, Boston, MA, July, 2009.
  • Using Second Life to “Road Test” Tech Space Planning, Campus Technology, Boston, July, 2008.
  • If You Build It, They will Comment: Using Academic Space Planning for Second Life, New Media Centers Consortium, Princeton, NJ, June, 2008.
  • Involving Students in Digital StoryTelling, NERCOMP SIG event, Worcester, MA, September, 2007.
  • International Collaborative Expedition to Collect and Study Fish Indigenous to Sub-Antarctic Habitats (ICEFISH), poster at the Symposium on Technology in Undergraduate Science Education, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, June 2006.
  • Maximizing Campus Impact: Lessons from the Trenches, whitepaper, contributing author. See Maximizing Campus Impact.
  • Listening to Our Students: What to do with what we hear, New Media Centers, Honolulu, June 2005.
  • Maximizing Campus Impact: Lessons from the Trenches II, New Media Centers, Honolulu, June 2005.
  • Maximizing Campus Impact: Lessons from the Trenches, Austin, New Media Centers, Austin, March, 2005.
  • Lessons from the Effective Technology Awards, EDUCAUSE, Denver, 2005.
  • What You Need to Know to Create Successful Hybrid/Blended Programs, preconference workshop, EDUCAUSE, Denver, October 2004.
  • Hybrid Courses: Lessons Learned from Three Institutions, panel presentation, New Media Centers (NMC) Conference, Vancouver, B.C., June, 2004.
  • Student Multimedia Resources and Tool Kit (SMaRT kit), presentation, NERCOMP Conference, Worcester, 2004.
  • Ending the Debate on Off-The-Shelf vs. Custom, article and presentation to Syllabus Conference, Boston, 2003.
  • College Teaching with Technology Plans: Centralizing Web-Enhanced Course Design in a Decentralized Environment, NERCOMP, Worcester, March, 2003.
  • Hybrid Writing: From Pilot to Program, article and presentation to Syllabus Conference, Newton, November, 2002.
  • Center of Excellence Award, New Media Centers, 2002.
  • A Comprehensive Approach to Instructional Design, NMC, June, 2002.
  • The Building of the EdTech Website, NMC, June, 2002.
  • Partnerships for Teaching and Learning with Technology, Educause, Nashville, October 2000.
  • The George W. Veditz ASL Festival Online, Educause, Nashville, October 2000.
  • Is Anything Really New and Effective in Instructional Technology, Educause Director’s Seminar, Aspen, Co, August 2000.
  • Harnessing Information Technology for Teaching and Learning: Questions for Stimulating Change, March 2000, Ballyconnell, Co. Cavan, Ireland.
  • Partnerships for Teaching and Learning with Technology, Educause, Long Beach, October, 1999.
  • A Laboratory for Faculty/Student Collaboration: Creating Interactive Teaching Tools, Lilly, Boston, October, 1999.
  • Integrating Instructional Technology Resources for Departments, MFDC, Boston, January, 1998.
  • Experiential Education: Case Studies, Lilly, Boston, October 1998.
  • Planning and Implementing NU’s NMC: The Educational Technology Center, New Media Centers conference, Boston, June, 1998.
  • Building Faculty/Student Teams to Create Electronic Resources: The Student Multimedia Certificate Program, Educom, Portland, 1998.
  • The Classroom of the Future, EACUBO, Boston, 1997.
  • Highlights

    Alicia Russell's article on Northeastern's Mobile Learning Initiative.

    Alicia Russell's keynote presentation on examples of three US universities' attempts to create a campus that supports the use of technology to enhance teaching and learning.

    A presentation by Alicia Russell describing the EdTech Center’s award-winning comprehensive approach to instructional design at the New Media Consortium’s 2002 conference.

    View Alicia K. Russell's Resume