Emily Jones, EdD
Emily L. Jones has over 15 years of experience working on the design, delivery, and evaluation of undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, and continuing education courses. She frequently consults with institutions that want to use pedagogically-sound technology in their face-to-face and online courses. Emily has spent the last ten years in health science education at the Johns Hopkins University, managing and working closely with the simulation center at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing to develop innovative uses of technology and evaluation in clinical courses. Emily has also partnered with the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine to develop a mobile system providing feedback on teaching during rounds to senior residents. Her current research examines theory-based simulation debriefing strategies, the effects of observational learning in reflective practice, the use of mobile devices in the evaluation of learning, and educating professionals in critical area domains.
2017, EdD, Johns Hopkins University School of Education
Using Mobile Technology To Engage Students In The Developmental Evaluation Of Simulation Facilitation And Debriefing
2006, MA, Ohio State University College of Education
Thesis: Collaborative Design of Scaffolding Tools for High Enrollment Undergraduate Courses: How Strategy, Politics, Culture, and Emotions Impact the Design, Teaching, and Administration of Biology 101
2001, BA, Journalism, Magna Cum Laude, with distinction
Ohio State University College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
2001, BA, Theatre, Magna Cum Laude, with honors
Ohio State University College of Arts and Sciences
2016– present Kirkpatrick Evaluation Bronze Level Certification
2016– present Quality Matters Certified Facilitator
2011– present Quality Matters Certified Reviewer
10/2018 – present Educational Consultant
Towson University, College of Health Professions
12/2017 – present Doctoral Advisor
Johns Hopkins University, School of Education
11/2016 – present Adjunct Professor
Johns Hopkins University, School of Education
10/2016 – present Research Associate, Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine
02/2013 – 07/2016 Emerging Technologies Director
Johns Hopkins University, School of Nursing
01/2009 – 01/2013 Sr. Instructional Designer
Johns Hopkins University, School of Nursing
05/2007 – 12/2008 Instructional Designer, Engineering for Professionals Program
Johns Hopkins University, Whiting School of Engineering
06/2001 – 07/2007 Learning Technology Systems Manager, Center for Life Sciences Education
Ohio State University, College of Biological Sciences
HONORS AND AWARDS
2008 Educause Learning Technology Leadership Institute Graduate
2003 Technology Enhance Learning and Research Professional Development Award
2001 Honors Undergraduate Research Award, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
2001 Denman Undergraduate Research Forum Honoree, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio 2000 Ferguson Writing Award, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
RESEARCH & EDUCATION GRANTS
10/2018 – present “Online Option for Degree Completion,” Health Service Cost Review Commission and the Maryland Higher Education Commission NSP-II, $1,066,233, Role: Instructional Design and Assessment Consultant, 75% effort.
07/2015 – 06/2016 “Improving resident teaching evaluations with a smartphone app: Moving from the ‘End of the Rotation’ to the ‘End of Morning Rounds’,” Berkheimer Grant, Institute for Educational Excellence, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, $50,000, Role: Instructional Design and Assessment, 5% effort.
06/2013 – 06/2016 “Maryland Faculty Academy for Simulation Teaching in Nursing Education II (M-FAST2),” Who Will Care, Maryland Hospital Association, $250,000l, Role: Evaluator, Faculty, Steering Committee, 10% effort (5% in kind)
10/2012 – 06/2016 “Interdisciplinary shared clinical experiences with complex community dwelling patients and families,” HRSA Advance Nursing Education Program 1 D09HP25018- 01-00. Total Direct Costs: $979,036, Role: Instructional Design 2014-2016, 10% Effort.
09/2013 – 08/2014 “Online Use of Interprofessional Simulation: Faculty Development and Student Instruction.” Maryland Health Services Cost Review Commission for Competitive Institutional Grants: Nurse Support Program II Phase 8, Initiative 3, $284,687. Role: Project Evaluator, 10% effort.
07/2010 – 06/2013 “Creating an Online Nurse Educator Certificate Option,” Maryland Health Services Cost Review Commission and the Maryland Higher Education Commission NSPII, $458,876. Role: Instructional Designer, 40% Effort.
07/2009 – 06/2012 “Maryland Faculty Academy for Simulation Teaching in Nursing Education (M-FAST),” Evaluator and Chair, Steering Committee, 15% effort (5% in kind), Maryland Health Services Cost Review Commission and the Maryland Higher Education Commission NSPII, $618,936
07/2009 – 06/2012 “Creating a Clinical Academic Practice Partnership,” P. Jeffries, Principal Investigator, Team member, 10% effort, Who Will Care, Maryland Hospital Association, $984,660
07/2009 – 06/2011 “A Vision of Hope: Integration of Palliative Care in Chronic Pediatric Diseases,” National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR), National Institutes of Health (NIH) Challenge Grants in Health and Science Research (RC1), total direct cost $980,000, Role: Instructional Design 5% Effort, Year 2.
06/2009 – 06/2013 “Needs based graduate education II—Online Masters specialty,” Health Service Cost Review Commission and the Maryland Higher Education Commission NSPII, $1,644,793. Role: Instructional Designer, 80% Effort
Journal articles (peer-reviewed)
1. Melia, M., Jones, E.L., Johnson, T.R., Haider, S.I., Cayea, D., Desai, S.V., Kern, D.E., (2018). Improving resident teaching assessments one text at a time: Moving from the “End of the Rotation” to the “End of Rounds.” (Manuscript in review by the Journal of Graduate Medical Education).
2. Donnelly, M. K., Foronda, C., Nersesian, P., Jones, E.L., Belcher, A.E. (2017). Nurse faculty knowledge of and confidence in teaching genetics/genomics: Implications for faculty development and curriculum enhancement. Nurse Educator 42(2), 100-104.
3. Foronda, C., Swoboda, S.M., Hudson, K.W., Jones, E.L., Sullivan, N., Ockimey, J., & Jeffries, P.R. (2016). Evaluation of vSim for NursingTM: A trial of innovation. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 12, 128-131.
Book Chapters, Monographs, Edited Symposia
1. Jeffries, P.R., Mitchell, K., Clayton, A., Jones, E.L., & Foronda, C., (2017). MOOCS and virtual learning spaces: A Withering of the Traditional Classroom. In C. J. Huston (Ed.), Professional issues in nursing: Challenges and opportunities, (4th ed) (pp. 250-265). New York, NY: Wolters Kluwer.
“Maryland faculty academy on simulation training: A statewide faculty development initiative to promote effective simulation in nursing education,” Aschenbrenner, D., Neal, M.N., Swoboda, S.M., Jones, E.L., Jeffries, P.R. The International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH), San Diego, CA, January 19, 2016 (podium).
“Simulation evaluation at your fingertips: Evaluating experiential simulation learning using smartphones,” Jones, E.L., Swoboda, S.M. Educause Learning Initiative Conference (ELI), San Antonio, TX, February 3, 2016 (podium).
“Simulation evaluation at your fingertips: Evaluating experiential simulation learning using smartphones,” Jones, E.L., Swoboda, S.M., Neal, M., Ockimey, J., Bahreman, N., Kushto-Reese, K. The International Nursing Simulation/Learning Resource Centers Conference (INACSL), 14th Annual Scientific Meeting, Atlanta, GA , June 11, 2015 (podium).
“Creating interactive self-assessment activities using Google Forms,” Jones, E.L. 2010 Blackboard World Conference, Orlando, FL, July 14-16, 2010 (poster).
“Turning pain into gain: Blackboard migration as change catalyst,” Jones, E. L., & Feist, T. 2011 Blackboard World Conference, Las Vegas, NV, July 12-14, 2011 (poster).
“DIY BYOD QR strategies: Building a connected learning environment using students’ smartphones,” Jones, E.L., & Neal, M.N. National League for Nursing Technology Conference, Tampa, FL, October 24, 2015 (invited).
“The relationship between roles and reflective practice in simulation learning,” Jones, E. L. 2017 Johns Hopkins School of Education Celebration of Research, Baltimore, MD, July 31, 2017 (poster).
“Evaluation at your fingertips: Evaluating experiential simulation learning using smartphones,” Guest seminar speaker, School of Nursing, George Washington University, Washington D.C., April 14, 2016 (invited).
“Educational Research in the Medical Sciences,” Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Institute for Educational Excellence Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD March 11, 2016, Educational research group facilitator, panelist, (invited).
2013 Developing an online nursing program, School of Nursing. The College of New Rochelle
Johns Hopkins Hospital
2014-2015 Department of Oncology Nursing, Developing a system to support nursing research and quality improvement