|Kent State University||PhD, ABD||2019|
|Cleveland State University||MA||2012|
|Youngstown State University||BA||2009|
|Institution||Position||Start Date||End Date|
|Kent State University||Adjunct Communications Faculty||2012||2016|
|James Hayes Entertainment||DJ||2009||Present|
|Member, eLearning Guild|
|Member, AECT (Association for Educational Communication and Technology)||2017|
|Member, American Educational Research Association||2018|
|Peer Reviewer, Quality Matters||2019|
|Volunteer Mobile DJ, Night to Shine, cancer benefits, special needs dances||2011|
Hayes, James D., "Lazy User Theory and Interpersonal Communication Networks" (2012). ETD Archive. 690. https://engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu/etdarchive/690
Emerging Instructional Technologies with an emphasis on Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and complimentary pedagogy.
The continuous improvement in instructional design of both online and hybrid digital/face-to-face education through established standards and innovation.
Applying multimedia principles, educational psychology, and educational technology research to nursing education.
Hayes, J. (2017) Changing How We Learn to Lead: The Revealing Nature of Student Narratives. Presented at the 40th annual conference of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Jacksonville, FL.
Hayes, J. (2018) Public Speaking in Virtual Reality. Presented at the 1st annual e2 education elevated conference, Kent, OH.