Biographical Information and Recent Accomplishments
Deborah Sleight, Ph.D.
East Fee Hall
965 Fee Road Rm A206
East Lansing, MI 48824-1316
Phone: 517-353-9656 x229
PhD, Educational Psychology, Michigan State University, 2000
MA, Educational Systems Development, Michigan State University, 1985
BA, Secondary Education, Michigan State University, 1973
B. Expertise and Research Interests
Instructional design, distance learning, performance support systems, technology and cognition, faculty development
C. Recent Funding
D. Recent Publications and Presentations
Sleight D and Mavis B. Study Aid Use and Academic Performance among Second-Year Medical Student in Problem-Based Learning. Medical Education Online [serial online] 2006;11:23. Available from http://www.med-ed-online.org/
Sleight D, Mulder D and Thorn C. Lessons Learned Converting from a Paper-Based Clerkship Evaluation System to a Web-Based One. Paper presented at The Generalists in Medical Education October 2006 annual meeting in Seattle.
Solomon D, Sleight D and Williamson J. Creating Digital Video Training Modules. Workshop held at The Generalists in Medical Education October 2006 annual meeting in Seattle.
Sleight D, Mavis B, Lovell K and Plantegenest G. Student Use of Study Aids and Online Lectures to Prepare for Problem-Based Learning Exams. Poster presented at the annual conference of the Central Group on Educational Affairs, Indianapolis, March 2007.
Plantegenest G, Lovell K, Sleight D and Mavis B. What Factors Influence Attendance at Medical School Lectures? Poster presented at the annual conference of the Central Group on Educational Affairs, Indianapolis, March 2007.
Sleight D and Reznich C. Factors Affecting Curriculum Implementation by Primary Care Fellows. Submitted to Teaching and Learning in Medicine, June 2007.
Sleight D, Henry R, Mavis B and Williamson J. Evaluating Educational Programs. Submitted to AAMC MedEdPortal at www.aamc.org/mededportal/, June 2006.
Yelon, S, Sheppard, L, Sleight, D & Ford, K. (2004). Intention to transfer: How do autonomous professionals become motivated to use new ideas? Performance Improvement Quarterly, 17(2), 82-103
Sleight, D. & Reznich, C. A Study of Facilitators and Barriers to Fellows' Implementation of Curriculum Development Projects. Presentation given at The Generalists in Medical Education fall conference, Washington, D.C. November, 2004.
Sleight, D., Mavis, B., Werner, E. & Green, W. Study Aid Use and Academic Performance among Second-Year Medical Students in Problem-Based Learning. Presentation given at the spring meeting of the Central Group on Educational Affairs, Madison, Wisconsin, April 7-10, 2005.
Reznich, C. & Sleight, D. A Study of the Implementation of Fellows' Curriculum Development Projects: Barriers and Facilitators. Poster presented at the spring meeting of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, New Orleans, April, 2005.