Dr. Terrell has been with the College of Computing and Engineering since 1988 and teaches quantitative methods and qualitative research to students in the technology in education and information systems doctoral programs. His background includes master's degrees in business and counseling psychology and a doctorate from Florida International University focusing on educational research and statistics. Dr. Terrell is the author of over 100 conference presentations, book chapters and journal articles primarily focusing on student motivation and the use of technology in the classroom. His current research interests include the investigation of attrition from distance-based graduate programs. He serves as the statistical editor for The Internet in Higher Education, as well as on the editorial boards of several other national and international journals and recently completed a three-year role as President of the Online Teaching and Learning Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association.
Terrell, S. (2012). Statistics translated: a step-by-step guide to analyzing and interpreting data. New York: Guilford Press.
Terrell, S. (2015). Writing a proposal for your dissertation: guidelines and examples. New York: Guilford Press.