Romero-Hall, E.J., Petersen, E., Sindicic, R., & Lin, L. (forthcoming). Most Versus Least Used Social Media: Undergraduate Students’ Preferences, Participation, Lurking, and Motivational Factors. International Journal of Social Media and Interactive Learning Environments.
Gomez-Vasquez, L. & Romero-Hall, E.J.(forthcoming). An exploration of a social media community: The case of #AcademicTwitter. Paper to be presented at the 22nd International Conference on Human- Computer Interaction (SCSM: 12th International Conference on Social Computing and Social Media), Copenhagen, Denmark. Ripine, C. & Romero-Hall, E.J. (2020, February). Faculty preparedness for synchronous online instruction. Poster presented at the Eastern Educational Research Association, Orlando, FL.
Ripine, C. & Romero-Hall, E.J. (2020, February). How prepared are faculty to teach in a synchronous online format?. Poster presented at the Florida Undergraduate Research Conference, Fort Myers, FL.
Santos, A., Petersen, E., & Romero-Hall, E. (2019, October). The Design of an Open Access Interactive Graphic Novel for English Language Learning. Proposal presented at the 2019 Open Education Conference. Phoenix, AZ.
Romero-Hall, E., Sindicic, R., Petersen, E., & Lin, L. (2019, July). Keeping Streaks and Doing It for the Gram: Undergraduate Students Participation in their Most versus Least Used Social Media. Poster presented at the International Conference on Social Media & Society, Toronto, Canada.
Romero-Hall, E. (2019). Suzie Beckett and Adam McSweeny: Developing a Role-Playing Simulation. In K. Glazewski, P. Ertmer, & J. Quinn (Eds.), Instructional Design Casebook. Routledge. Sindicic, R.,Romero-Hall, E., & Li, L. (2019, February). BTW, How are Undergraduate Students using Social Media? Paper presented at the Florida Undergraduate Research Conference (FURC), University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL.