David L. Smiley

Lecturer
Recreation, Park, and Tourism Studies

dasmiley@indiana.edu
(812) 856-8424
PH 133

Education
  • University of Central Florida, M.S., Master of Science, 2012
  • Pennsylvania State University, B.S., Bachelor of Science, 1995
Courses
  • SPH R425 Strategic Planning in Recreation and Tourism Organizations
  • SPH T321 Resort Management
  • SPH T311 Convention Management and meeting Planning
Background
  • RPTS Core Curriculum Coordinator - 2017 to present
  • Indiana University Summer Instructional Development Fellowship 2017
  • Indiana University Trustees Teaching Award 2014
  • Indiana University Summer Instructional Development Fellowship 2014
  • Echo360 Adopter's Grant 2013
  • Eppley Institute Online Course Development Grant 2013
  • Indiana University CITL Active Learning Grant 2013
Research Interests

My research focuses on student engagement particularly as it relates to the use of technology and the use of simulations in an active learning environment.

Presentations

Presentation at the 22nd annual Facet Associate Faculty and Lecturer Conference (FALCON) “Engaging students as a means to overcome audience engagement problems in the classroom”, Indianapolis 2017.

Smiley, D. L., (2015). Can We Improve the Meeting Attendees Experience: Evaluating the Impact of Lecture Capture and Electronic Response Systems in the Meeting Environment, 2015 International Association of Exhibitions and Events (IAEE), Las Vegas, NV, October 15 – 17.

Smiley, D. L., (2014). Evaluating the Impact of Lecture Capture and Electronic Response Systems in the Meeting Environment, 2014 International Association of Exhibitions and Events (IAEE), Las Vegas, NV, October 14 – 16.

Smiley, D. L., (2013). Evaluating Student Learning Outcomes in a Festival Management Class, Indiana University Fall Innovative Teaching & Learning Celebration (CITL).

2011 Umass Graduate Research Conference poster presentation "An Examination of the Influence of Self-efficacy, Work Values, and Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Competencies On the Effectiveness of the PGM Curriculum."

Selected Publications

Books

 Chapter contribution in “Special Event Management” for Meetings, Expositions, Events, and Conventions, Fenich, G., 5th ed. (2017)

Articles

Smiley, D. L., Ross, C. M., & Sturts, J.R. (in submittal). Are students learning: Examining active and collaborative learning using lecture capture and personal response systems. Journal of Teaching in Travel and Tourism

Smiley, D. L., Wang, Y., Hua, N., & Fjelstul, J. (in submittal). Evaluating the Effectiveness of the PGA’s Professional Golf Management (PGM) Program. Journal of Human Resources in Hospitality & Tourism