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Julia Khanova

Julia is primarily interested in information use in teaching and learning, particularly in eLearning. The interest has evolved from years of working as IT specialist in both K-12 and university setting. Currently she am a doctoral student at SILS, UNC at Chapel Hill. Her research is focused on the role exposure to online teaching tools and methods plays in advancing pedagogical innovation and overall progression towards blended education that fuses online and face-to-face components.

Her other research interests include biomedical and health informatics education and information use in different domains with emphasis on contextual factors.

Publications

2011
A curricula-based comparison of biomedical and health informatics programs in the USA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. 2011

Kampov-Polevoi, J. & Hemminger, B.M. (2011). A curricula-based comparison of biomedical and health informatics programs in the USA. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 18, 195-202.

2010
Considerations for supporting faculty in transitioning a course to online format Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, 2010

Kampov-Polevoi, J. (2010). Considerations for supporting faculty in transitioning a course to online format. Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, 13(2).
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Survey of biomedical and health care informatics programs in the United States
Journal of the Medical Library Association, 2010

Kampov-Polevoi, J. & Hemminger B.M. (2010). Survey of biomedical and health care informatics programs in the United States. Journal of the Medical Library Association, 98(2), 178-181.

BMHI Educational Competencies: Curricula-Based Analysis, The Annual Symposium of the American Medical Informatics Association, 2010

Kampov-Polevoi, J. & Hemminger, B.M. (2010). BMHI Educational Competencies: Curricula-Based Analysis. Poster session presented at the Annual Symposium of the American Medical Informatics Association, Washington,DC.

Framework for Analysis of Online Course Design, The Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 2010

Kampov-Polevoi, J. (2010). Framework for Analysis of Online Course Design. Poster session presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, Pittsburgh, PA.

Work and personal email use by university employees
SILS DSA Research Symposium, 2010

Kampov, J. & Ramdeen, S. (2010). Work and personal email use by university employees. Presentation at the SILS DSA research symposium, Chapel Hill, NC.

AMICAL Members’ Use of Videoconferencing Technology
The AMICAL (American International Consortium of Academic Libraries) Annual Conference, 2010

Kampov-Polevoi, J. (2010). AMICAL Members’ Use of Videoconferencing Technology. Presentation at the AMICAL (American International Consortium of Academic Libraries) Annual Conference, Budapest, Hungary.

2009
Evolving Curricula in LIS-focused Bioinformatics Programs
The ASIS&T 2009 Annual Meeting

Bartlet, J.C., Hemminger, B.M., Kampov-Polevoi, J. & MacMullen, W.J. (2009). Evolving Curricula in LIS-focused Bioinformatics Programs. Panel presentation at the ASIS&T 2009 Annual meeting, Vancouver, BC.

Online Learning at iSchools – Review of Current Offerings
4th Annual iSchools Conference (iConference’09)

Kampov-Polevoi, J. & Mostafa, J. (2009). Online learning at iSchools – Review of current offerings. Poster session presented at the 4th Annual iConference, Chapel Hill, NC.