|Dr. Judith B. Strother|
|Chair, Graduate Programs in Communication
Professor in Applied Linguistics
Florida Institute of Technology
Crawford Building, Room 600
Phone: (321) 674-7358
Dr. Judith Strother, Professor, directs the Master’s Degree Program in Technical and Professional Communication at Florida Tech. She teaches a variety of graduate and undergraduate courses in the fields of communication and linguistics. She also teaches specialized seminars in technical writing at Dutch universities as a visiting professor.|
Dr. Strother is heavily involved in campus activities. She sits on the Research Council, Faculty Promotions Committee, Quality Enhancement Committee, and other committees. She is Faculty Advisor for the Florida Public Relations Association Student Chapter and Academic Advisor for Phi Sigma Sigma.
She is active in a number of professional and service organizations. She regularly presents at international, national, and state conferences.
» Leadership/Management within the service industry.
» Customer service issues, especially in the health care industry
» e-learning for English for Specific Purposes (ESP) , such as English for aviation and English for business
» Intercultural communication for global businesses and well as for the diversified U.S. workforce
» Specific psycholinguistic elements of reading and writing business and technical English, both as a native and as a second language
» Crisis communication strategies for large corporations, especially within the aviation industry
|Service Leadership: The Quest for Competitive Advantage (2006). |
California and London: Sage Publications. (co-author Svafa Grönfeldt).
Service Leadership: The Challenge of Developing a New Paradigm (2005).
Proceedings: 2005 IEEE International Professional Communication Conference, Limerick, Ireland, pp. 65 - 71.
Adapting Training to International Standards: A Case Study In Aviation Training (2005).
Proceedings: 2005 International Professional Communication Conference, Limerick, Iceland, pp. 498 - 501.
Cross-Cultural Issues for Asian e-Learners: An Analysis Based on Hofstede's Cultural Dimensions (2003).
Proceedings: e-Learn: AACE World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education, Phoenix , Arizona , pp. 1978-1984.
Addressing Learner Variables In an e-Learning Environment (2003).
Proceedings: e-Learn: AACE World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education, Phoenix , Arizona (with R. L. Alford), pp. 1971-1977.
Localization vs. Internationalization: e-Learning Programs for the Aviation Industry (2002).
Proceedings: AACE World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education, Montreal ., pp. 895-900.
An Assessment of the Effectiveness of e-learning in Corporate Training Programs (2002). Available online at http://www.irrodl.org/content/v3.1.strother.html
International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning. Vol. 3, No. 1, April.
E-Learning for Corporate Training: A Review of the Literature (2001).
Proceedings: Ed-Media 2001: World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia, and Telecommunications . Tampere , Finland , pp. 1825-1829.
» Customer Service Communication|
» Communicating in the Global Economy
» Public Relations
» Business Communication
» Research Methods
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