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Ed Raiola

Selected Publications

 

Raiola, E. (2011). Earl C. Kelly: Education for what is real. In T. Smith, & C. Knapp, (Eds.). Sourcebook of  Experiential Education, Key thinkers and their contributions, (pp.180-184). Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, New York & London.

 

      Raiola, E., & O'Keefe, M. (2009). Flow theory: Risk taking and adventure experiences. In B. Stremba & C. Bisson (Eds.), Teaching Adventure Education Theory: Best  Practices (pp.168-174). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

 

      Raiola, E. and O’Keefe, M. (2009). A History of Adventure Education in the United States. In R. Stremba & C. Bission (Eds.), Teaching Adventure Education Theory: Best Practices (pp.73-77).  Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

 

Raiola, E. (2009). Earl C. Kelly: The Role of Experience in Learning. In T. Smith, & C. Knapp, (Eds.). Beyond Dewey and Hahn: Foundations of Experiential Education, Volume II (pp.75-82). Lake Geneva, WI: Raccoon Institute Publications.

 

Raiola, E. (2008). Minimizing Fire Impact Lesson Plan. Leave No Trace 101: 101 Ways to teach leave no trace (p.87).  Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics, Boulder Co. 80306.

 

   Maurice P., Raiola, E., & Singleton, D.  (2006).  Emergence and Development of Outdoor Adventure Education in North Carolina.  In P. Gaskill (Ed.), Introduction to Leisure Services in North Carolina 5th Edition  (pp 175-192). Dubuque, Iowa:  Kendall/ Hunt Publishing Company.

 

Raiola, E. (2003).  Communication and Problem-Solving in Extended Field-Based Outdoor Adventure Education Courses. The Journal of Experiential Education. Vol. 26, Number 1, 50-54.

 

 

Selected Scholarly Presentations

 

The connection between risk and learning in adventure education. Southeast Association for Experiential Education Conference, Montreat, N.C. April 2010.

 

Pre-course preparation for short-term study abroad programs. Appalachian College Association Summit XII, Abingdon, VA, October, 2009.

  

Taking ownership of goal setting: Experiential tools to begin the process.  14th Annual Adventure Education Conference, Montreat College,  Montreat, NC.  November, 2008.

 

Defining and exploring your environmental ethics. 33rdAnnual Southeast Association for Experiential Education Conference, Greenville, NC, April, 2008.

 

Sustainable practices for international adventure programming. 21st Annual Association of Outdoor Recreation and Education Conference, Asheville,  NC. 2007.

 

Team development and team goal setting. University of North Carolina/Charlotte’s Team Development Course. 32nd. Annual Southeast Association for Experiential Education Conference, U.S. National White Water Center, Charlotte, NC. 2007.

 

International adventure programming.  13th Annual Adventure Education Conference, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC. 2006.

 

Strengths/Weaknesses/Opportunities/Threats analysis and the clearness committee as tools to meet the challenges it takes to change. 31st Annual Southeast Association for Experiential Education Conference, Hendersonville, NC. 2006.

 

Marty O'Keefe

O’Keefe

 

PUBLICATIONS

Raiola, E., & O'Keefe, M. (2009). "A History of outdoor adventure education in the United States." In B. Stremba & C. Bisson (Eds.), Teaching adventure education theory (pp.73-77). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

Raiola, E., & O'Keefe, M. (2009). "Flow theory: Risk taking and adventure experiences." In B. Stremba & C. Bisson (Eds.), Teaching adventure education theory (pp.168-174). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

O'Keefe, M. (2005). The Laura Gossmann and Tim Cannon Memorial Adventure Learning Lab Instructor Manual Supplement. In-house publication, Warren Wilson College, Asheville, NC.

O'Keefe, M. (Ed.). (2003). The Laura Gossmann and Tim Cannon Memorial Adventure Learning Lab Instructor Manual (2nd ed.). In-house publication, Warren Wilson College, Asheville, NC.

Raiola, E., & O'Keefe, M. (1999). Philosophy in Practice: A History of Adventure Education. In Miles, J. & Priest, S. Adventure Programming. State College, PA: Venture Publishing, Inc.

Raiola, E., & O'Keefe, M. (1998). Philosophy in Practice: A History of Adventure Education. In E. Raiola and M. O'Keefe (Eds.), Proceedings of the 1998 National Conference of the Wilderness Education Association (pp. 84-101). Brevard College, Brevard, North Carolina.

O'Keefe, M. (1996, Fall). Pro-action in the Wake of Tragedy. Women in Experiential Education Professional Group Newsletter, (8), 7-8.

O'Keefe, M. (Ed.) (1991). Unity College Outdoor Extension Service Ropes Course Manual. In-house publication, Unity College, Unity, ME.

O'Keefe, M. (1989). Freshman Wilderness Orientation Programs: Model Programs Across the Country. In Gilbert, J. & Bruner, E. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 1988 National Conference on Outdoor Recreation, Colorado State University. University of Mississippi, University.

O'Keefe, M. (1989). Freshman Wilderness Orientation Programs in Higher Education: A Descriptive Delphi Study. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Boston University, Boston.

 

 

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Presenter, Southeast Regional Association for Experiential Education Conference, Montreat, NC. Presented with Ed Raiola: "The Connection Between Risk and Learning in Adventure Education." 2010.

Presenter, Adventure Education Conference, Montreat College, Black Mountain, NC. Presented with Ed Raiola: "Taking Ownership of Goal Setting: Experiential Tools to Begin the Process." October, 2008.

Presenter, Association for Experiential Education Southeast Regional Conference, Cedar Mountain, NC. Presented with Ed Raiola: "Defining and Exploring your Environmental Ethic." March, 2008.

Presenter, Association for Experiential Education Southeast Regional Conference, Hendersonville, NC. Presented with Ed Raiola: "Tools to Spark Personal, Professional, and Organizational Change." March, 2006.

Invited Member of a Professional Development Intensive, Association for Experiential Education International Conference, Norfolk, VA. Focus: "Social Justice, Diversity and Ethics: Where Do We Want To Be and How Do We Get There From Here?" November, 2004.

Panel Member, Association for Experiential Education Southeast Regional Conference, Boone, NC. Focus: "Coming Full Circle," a discussion about the history of AEE, especially regional accomplishments and issues. March, 2003.

Panel Member, Women in Outdoor Leadership Conference, Cedar Rock Base Camp, North Carolina Outward Bound School. "Exploring Relationships, Family, and Other Life Transitions with the Outdoor Field." October, 2002.

Presenter, Association for Experiential Education 30th International Conference, St. Paul, Minnesota. "Experiential Teaching Techniques at the Middle School, High School, and College Levels." November, 2002. Co-Presenting with Deb Sugerman and Kathy Doherty.

Presenter, Association for Experiential Education South East Regional Conference, Unicoi State Park, Georgia. "Universal Adventure Programming for All." April, 2002. Co-Presented with Lynne Firsel.

Presenter, Association for Experiential Education 29th International Conference, Charleston, West Virginia. "Teaching Out of the Box: Techniques at the College Level." November, 2001. Co-Presented with Deb Sugerman.


Presenter, Association for Experiential Education South East Regional Conference, Berry College, Mount Berry, Georgia. Two workshops: "What is this thing we do?" and "What is your next level of facilitation?" March, 2000. Co-Presented with Ed Raiola.

Presenter, Wilderness Education Association National Conference for Outdoor Leadership, Brevard, NC. "Philosophy in Practice: A History of Adventure Education." February, 1998. Co-Presented with Ed Raiola.

Keynote, Adventure Education Conference, Asheville, NC. "Continuing to Learn and Grow in the Field of Adventure Education." October, 1997.

Presenter, Association for Experiential Education 25th Annual International Conference, Asheville, NC. "Moving Through Conflict: Aikido as Metaphor." Fall, 1997. Co-Presented with Ellie Kincade.

Presenter, Conference on Women's Leadership in the Outdoors, Brevard, North Carolina. "Pro-action in the Wake of Tragedy." Fall, 1996.

Presenter, Association for Experiential Education 24th Annual International Conference, Spokane, Washington. "Moving Through Conflict: Aikido as Metaphor." Fall, 1996. Co-Presented with Ellie Kincade.

Presenter, National Challenge Course Practitioners Symposium, Boulder, Colorado. "Task Force to Establish Challenge Course Guidelines of Practice." Spring, 1994.

Presenter, Association for Experiential Education 21st International Conference, Stowe, Vermont. "Forming Partnerships as Practitioners and Providers of Challenge Course Programming to Develop Guidelines of Practice." Pre-Conference day program, Fall, 1993.

Presenter, Association for Experiential Education 20th International Conference, Banff, Alberta, Canada. "Ropes Course Training Guidelines: How is Competency Measured?" Fall, 1992.

Panelist, Texas Experiential Ropes Association Conference, Wimberly, Texas. "Ropes Course Training Guidelines: Certification, Accreditation, Trained Facilitators/How is Competency defined in the Ropes Course Profession?" Spring, 1992.

Invited Participant, First Annual National Conference for Outdoor Leaders. "Employee Preparation Towards 2001." (An invitational conference for recreation professionals) Western State College of Colorado, Gunnison, Colorado. Fall, 1990.

Presenter, Association of Experiential Education 17th National Conference, Sante Fe, New Mexico. One-day workshop. "New Student Wilderness Orientation Programs." Fall, 1989.

Invited Panel Discussion Member, Northern Illinois University Taft Campus Spring Colloquium, Oregon, Illinois. "Women as Outdoor Leaders and Participants." Spring, 1989.

Presenter, National Conference on Outdoor Recreation, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado. "Freshman Wilderness Orientation Programs: Model Programs Across the Country." Fall, 1988.

Presenter, Northeast Regional Association of Experiential Education Conference, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. "Creating Service Opportunities within Your Program." Spring, 1988.

Presenter, New York Outdoor Education Association Conference at SUNY, Cortland, New York. "Freshman Wilderness Orientation Programs Across the Country." Fall, 1987.

Presenter, Women's Studies Conference, Colby College, Waterville, Maine. "Women and Risk." Spring, 1987.

 

Mallory McDuff

Books

McDuff, M.D. Ed. (in prep). Conversion: The sacred acts of churches to save God’s climate: New Society Publishers. Gabriola Island, BC.

 

McDuff, M.D. (Sept. 2010). Natural saints: How people of faith are working to save God’s earth.  New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

 

Jacobson, S.K., McDuff, M.D., and Monroe, M.C. (2006). Conservation education and outreach techniques. Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press.

 

Research Publications

Jacobson, S.K. and McDuff, M.D. (2009). Communication as an effective management strategy in a diverse world.  In Manfredo, M. et al, Human Dimensions of Fish and Wildlife Management in the 21st Century. San Francisco, CA: Island Press. 2009 Recipient of Wildlife Publications Award, Outstanding Edited Book.

 

McDuff, M.D., Appelson, G., and Jacobson, S.K. (2008) Watershed management in north Florida: Public knowledge, attitudes, and information needs. Lake and Reservoir Management.  24 (1), 47-56.

 

Jacobson, S.K., McDuff, M.D., and Monroe, M.D. (2007). Promoting conservation through the arts: outreach for hearts and minds. Conservation Biology. 21(1), 7-10.

 

Popular publications:

McDuff, M.D. Feb. 13, 2011. The search for meaning and a coal-free Washington. Huffington Post. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mallory-mcduff-phd/the-search-for-meaning-an_b_822001.html

 

McDuff, M.D. Dec. 13, 2010. Advent: Time for justice, time to heal our planet. USA Today. http://www.usatoday.com/news/opinion/forum/2010-12-13-column13_ST1_N.htm

 

McDuff, M.D. Sept. 13, 2010. “Glee”: A model for how different religious traditions can unite for the environment. Huffington Post. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mallory-mcduff-phd/the-power-of-glee-telling_b_707627.html

 

McDuff, M.D. Sept. 2, 2010. Top ten religious environmental saints. Huffington Post. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mallory-mcduff-phd/top-10-religious-environm_b_698228.html

 

McDuff, M.D. Aug. 12, 2010. Faith-based, pro-environment trend growing in Washington, nation. Bellingham-Herald. http://www.bellinghamherald.com/2010/08/09/1563183/faith-based-pro-environment-trend.html

 

McDuff, M.D. Aug. 10, 2010. Eat, pray, love: a new green gospel. USA Today. http://www.usatoday.com/news/opinion/forum/2010-08-10-mcduff10_ST_N.htm

 

McDuff, M.D. Aug. 8, 2010. Let us pray for the Gulf. The Mobile Press-Register.

http://blog.al.com/press-register-commentary/2010/08/insight_let_us_pray_for_the_gu.html

 

McDuff, M.D. Aug. 5, 2010. Let us pray for a clean environment.The Charlotte-Observer. http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2010/08/05/1602133/let-us-pray-for-a-clean-environment.html

 

Sample podcasts/webinars/radio interviews

Oct. 28, 2010. Webinar hosted by religious-environmental organization GreenFaith. https://www.z2systems.com/np/clients/greenfaith/event.jsp?event=89

 

Oct. 2, 2010. Radio Green Earth. http://radiogreenearth.org/blog/?page_id=261

 

Aug. 28, 2010. Interfaith Alliance’s weekly radio show and podcast State of Belief. http://www.stateofbelief.com/show-archive/250-august-28-29-201

 

CONFERENCE PAPERS/PRESENTATIONS:

McDuff, M.D. Feb. 5, 2011. Natural saints: How people of faith are working to save God’s earth. The Search for Meaning: Pacific Northwest Spirituality Book Fair. Seattle University School of Theology and Ministry. Seattle, WA.

 

McDuff, M.D. and Rios, J. Oct. 18, 2010. Integrating the environment into your ministries. Lansing Lee conference. Sustainability: A Matter of Faith. Kanuga Conferences, Kanuga, NC.

 

McDuff, M.D. Oct. 14, 2010. Integrating the environment into your congregation’s environmental advocacy and disaster response. Critical Issues Seminar: Loving God’s Creation. North Carolina Council of Churches. Greensboro, NC.

 

McDuff, M.D. Oct 1, 2010. Faith in action: Working with churches to save the world. Presented at the North American Association of Environmental Education annual conference. Buffalo, NY.

 

McDuff, M.D. Aug. 2009. Faith in action: How churches are working to save God’s good earth. Southeastern Renewable Energy Conference. Asheville, NC. Panel facilitated by North Carolina Interfaith Power and Light.

 

McDuff, M.D. and Rios, J. 2008. Saving creation: working with churches to save the natural world. Presented to the Ecological Society of America annual conference. Milwaukee, WI.

 

Rios, A., Rios J.D., and McDuff, M.D. 2007. It’s not easy being green: Episcopalian and creation care. Mission and Ministry Conference Episcopal Diocese of Western North Carolina, Aug. 25, 2007. Asheville, NC.

 

Jacobson, S.K., McDuff, M.D., and Monroe, M. 2007. The seven habits of highly effective conservation educators. Presented at the Society of Conservation Biology 2007 annual conference. South Africa.