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More About Ida

IDA M. JONES, J.D.

Professor of Business Law 1987-present

California State University, Fresno

Selected Presentations on Online Teaching:

  • Developing Critical Thinking Skills Using Online Discussion Boards, October 2008
  • “Second Life: Do You Want One? Exploring Virtual Worlds in a Law Class” November 2007
  • Panel Member: Presentation at Brown Bag session on Wikipedia: Pros and Cons, March 2008
  • “Plagiarism, Paraphrasing, Quotation Marks and Citations: Explaining Plagiarism in a ‘Copy & Paste’ Environment” (2006)
  • “Cheating to Win: Faculty Practices to Discourage Cheating in Online Classes” (2006)
  • “If You Build it, Will They Come? Preparing Students for Online Learning” (2004-2006)

Professional  Organizations:

Academy of Legal Studies in Business (regional and national)

Educational Background

Juris Doctor:    New York University, Root-Tilden Scholar

Bachelor of Arts (Sociology):   Creighton University

Selected Publications, Presentations

Selected Cases and Articles Published

  1. with D. Kemp, & L. Forsythe. Consumer Whore: Trademark, Dilution, Parody, and Free Speech. A Teaching Case. The Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies (JIACS). Teaching case and instructor’s note.
  2. with L. Forsythe & D. Kemp, (2015). Dumb Starbucks: Parody or Clever Marketing Ploy? A Teaching Case. The Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies (JIACS). Teaching case and instructor’s note. Volume 21, No. 5, pp. 153-158 and Volume 21, No. 6, pp. 337-352.
  3. with D. Kemp & L. Forsythe, Parody in Trademark Law: Dumb Starbucks Makes Trademark Law Look Dumb, 14 John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law 143 (2015)
  4. Can You Hear Me Now? Teacher Presence in the Online Classroom,”  Journal of Legal Studies in Education, V. 28, No. 1 (2011)
  5. Cyber-Plagiarism: Different Method-Same Song, Journal of the Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Environment, v.12, No. 1 (2009)
  6. Property Law, Personhood and Ethics: Stem Cell Research & Its Impact on Property Law, Journal of the Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Environment, v.10, No. 1 (2007)
  7. Advice for the Not Ready for Virtual Time Professors:  Lights, Camera, Action! Tips for Creating a Workable Online CourseAcademy of Educational Leadership Journal, v. 8, No. 2 p. 45 (2004)
  8. “False Advertising: Made in the USA but not in the States,” Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, v.5, No. 2, p.33 (1999)
  9. “What’s Wrong with Hooters?  Ask the EEOC!” Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies (April 1997)

Selected Proceedings Publication

  1. Kemp, D., Forsythe, L., & Jones, I. (2015). Consumer Whore: Trademark, Dilution, Parody, and Free Speech. A Teaching Case. Paper presented by Ida Jones at the 2015 Allied Academies Fall Meeting, October, 2015, and a case synopsis was published in the Allied Academies International Academy for Case Studies 2015 Refereed Proceedings 22(2), 10.
  2. Jones, I., Forsythe, L., & Kemp, D. (2014). Dumb Starbucks: Parody or Clever Marketing Ploy? A Teaching Case. Paper presented at the 2014 Allied Academies Meeting, Internet Division, and a case synopsis was published in the Allied Academies International Internet Conference 2014 Refereed Proceedings 16(1), 63.
  3. Jones, I., Forsythe, L., & Kemp, D. (2014). Not So Dumb Starbucks: A Teaching Case.   Paper presented at the 2014 Western Academy of Legal Studies in Business (WALSB) Annual Meeting, Monterey, CA, March 29, 2014, and published in the Western Academy of Legal Studies in Business 2014 Refereed Proceedings.
  4. Forsythe, L., Jones, I. & Kemp, D. (2013). Critical Thinking in Business Law: Let’s Do It Together. Paper presented at the 2013 Western Academy of Legal Studies in Business (WALSB) Annual Meeting, Monterey, CA, March 23, 2013, and published in the Western Academy of Legal Studies in Business 2013 Refereed Proceedings.
  5. Twearning: Merging Twitter with Teaching to Promote Student Learning,  Western Academy of Legal Studies in Business, March 20
  6. with D. Kemp, Of the People, By the People and For the People: Taking the Law in [One’s] Own Hands to Promote Internet Freedom. Western Academy of Legal Studies in Business.(2012) won Best Paper award
  7. Delving Deeper: Using Videos to Actively Engage Students in their Development of Deep Learning Strategies WALSB, March 2011
  8. Teaching in a Holodeck: Using a Virtual Environment to Stimulate Learning,  CSU Business Conference on Online Teaching and Learning, November 2008
  9. Virtual Environment/Legal Environment: Whither the Two Meet? Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Long Beach, CA August 2008
  10. “Cyber-Plagiarism: Different Method-Same Song” Allied Academies National Conference, Reno, Nevada, October, 2007 This paper was given an award for Distinguished Paper & an expanded version was accepted for publication as noted above
  11. “Advocate, Advisor and Gatekeeper: SEC Rules of Practice & the (California) Attorney’s Duty of Confidentiality” Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Indianapolis, IN, August 2007 (Refereed)

Papers and Presentations at Professional Conferences

  1. Kemp, D., Jones, I., & Forsythe, L. (2016). Addressing California’s Water Crisis: SGMA. Paper presented by Deborah Kemp and Ida Jones at the 2016 Western Academy of Legal Studies in Business (WALSB) Annual Meeting, Monterey, CA, March 19, 2016. Recipient of 2016 WALSB Honorable Mention Paper Award.
  2. Forsythe, L., Kemp, D., & Jones, I. (2015). Corporate Social Responsibility: A Call for Civil Disobedience by Ethical Trademark Owners. Paper presented at the 2015 Academy of Legal Studies in Business (ALSB) Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, August 7, 2015.
  3. Forsythe, L. and Kemp, D. (2015). Trademark Law Abuse: Using Civil Disobedience as a Form of Corporate Social Responsibility. Paper presented by Deborah Kemp at the 2015 Western Academy of Legal Studies in Business (WALSB) Annual Meeting, Monterey, CA, March 28, 2015. Recipient of 2015 WALSB Best Paper Award.
  4. Kemp, D., Forsythe, L., & Jones, I. (2014). Parody in Trademark Law: Dumb Starbucks Makes Trademark Law Look Dumb. Paper presented at the 2014 Academy of Legal Studies in Business (ALSB) Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, August 4, 2014.
  5. Forsythe, L., Jones, I. & Kemp, D. (2013). Collaborative Critical Thinking Exercises for Business Law Students. Paper presented by Lynn Forsythe and Ida Jones at the 2013 Academy of Legal Studies in Business (ALSB) Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, August 9, 2013.
  6. Twearning: Twitter + Active Learning = Improved Student Engagement, et4Online Sloan Conference. Las Vegas, NV (2013)
  7. All A-Twitter About Micro-Blogging And Its Impact On Student Engagement And Learning! CELT Conference. Chico, CA (2012)
  8. Reading, Writing and Collaborating Through Discussion Boards. Classroom 2.0 Conference. Online (2012)
  9. Got Plagiarism? Safe Assign Plus a Plagiarism Module are a Cure. Blackboard World Conference. New Orleans, LA  (poster presentation) (2012).
  10. Alternative to the Research Paper: Using Discussion Boards and Rubrics to Encourage Good Writing and Promote Active Engagement in Learning. Blackboard World Conference. New Orleans, LA  (poster presentation) (2012). Poster.
  11. From One Tweet to Another: Using Tweets to Develop Policy. CSU Teaching Symposium. Pomona, CA (2012)
  12. Got Plagiarism? I Have a Cure. BLEND Conference. Fresno, CA HandoutPowerPoint Presentation (2011)
  13. Chunking—Plagiarism Revisited in the Information Age. TechEd 2010 Conference. Pasadena, CA. (2010).
  14. Discussion Boards-Reading, Writing, and Critical Thinking in Action, TechEd 2010 Conference. Pasadena, CA. (2010).
  15. with  Scott, J., Can Academia Afford Integrity in the Midst of a Crisis? The Academic Integrity Workshops Revisited. 2008 WASC/ARC Annual Conference, Los Angeles, CA. (poster presentation) (2010).
  16. Actively Engaging Students in Writing-Preventing Plagiarism, Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching – West. Pomona, CA. (2010).
  17. Do You See Me Now? Teaching Presence in Online Teaching. 2009 Western Academy of Legal Studies in Business. Monterey, CA. (2009).
  18. Education Through Immersion. TechEd 2009 Conference. Ontario, CA. (2009)
  19. Are You Serious? How Can You Use A Virtual Environment To Teach About The Legal Environment of Business? 2008 Sloan-Consortium International Symposium on Emerging Technology Applications for Online Learning. Carefree, AZ (2008)
  20. Education Through Immersion: Legal Issues in a Virtual Environment Campus Tech Ed Conference, Ontario, CA April 2009
  21. “Exploring Virtual Worlds in a Business Law Class”, Sloan-C International Emerging Technologies Conference, May 2008
  22. “Using a Virtual World to Engage Learners” 2008 Online Teaching Conference, Mira Costa College, Oceanside, CA, June 2008
  23. Academic Integrity Workshop: Focus on Plagiarism (with Judith Scott) WASC/ARC Annual Conference, San Diego, CA  2008 (Refereed)
  24. Immersive Learning: Enhancing Learning Using Virtual Worlds, 11th CSU Regional Symposium on University Teaching, Pomona, CA April, 2008
  25. We Have Met the Enemy and It Is Us: The Academy Responds to Plagiarism, Regional Conference on Teaching and Learning, Fresno, CA  March, 2008
  26. Online Discussion Boards: Impact on Learning, Western Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Monterey, CA, March, 2008  Received Best Paper Award
  27. Teaching on the MUVE:  Legal Issues for Businesses Marketing in Second Life, Campus Technology Conference, San Francisco, CA December 2007
  28. “Coaching, Counseling and Firing” presentation to the 8th Annual Central Valley Human Resources and Safety Seminar, October 2007 (invited presentation)
  29. “Students Can Chat, But Now What? Using Technology to Assess Performance” Critical Pedagogy: Teacher Preparation in California’s Unique Context, October 2007  (invited presentation)
  30. Advocate, Advisor and Gatekeeper:  SEC Rules of Practice & The (California) Attorney’s Duty of Confidentiality, Academy of Legal Studies in Business,  Indianapolis, IN, August 2007
  31. To Report or Not To Report:  Client Confidentiality and the SEC Rules,  Western Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Monterey, CA, March, 2006
  32. Googling and Collaboration: Using Google Docs to Interactively Manage and Create Information, Regional Conference on Teaching and Learning, Fresno, CA  2007
  33. Cyber-Plagiarism: Is Copying and Pasting Cheating? (with Judith Scott) WASC Annual Conference, San Jose, CA 2007
  34. Combating Plagiarism: Evaluating the Academic Integrity Workshops, Regional Conference on Teaching and Learning, Fresno, CA ( poster presentation)
  35. “Whazzup, doc? Responding to E-mail from University Students”  Conference on Teaching and Learning, Fresno, CA March 2006 (Invited panel presentation )
  36. The Matrix Evolution: Developing Courses for Online Delivery, Academy of Legal Studies in Business,  San Francisco, CA, August 2005
  37. Zygotes Property Law, Personhood and Ethics” Western Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Monterey, CA,  April 2005
  38. “Active Learning Using Online Discussions” Conference on Teaching and Learning, Fresno, CA, March 2005

Selected Honors and Awards

Recipient, Faculty Women’s Association California State University, Fresno Outstanding Faculty Award, 2013-2014

Recipient, Outstanding Educator Award for Innovative and Creative Teaching, Academy of Educational Leadership, 2008

Recipient, Manco-Abbot Award for Classroom Excellence, 2008

Recipient, CSUF Provost’s Award, Technology in Education, 2006

Recipient, Verna Mae and Wayne D. Brooks Professorship in Business Law, 1996-1999; 2011-2013

QM Reviewer, April 2016, certified to review online courses throughout the U.S. using the Quality Matters Rubric.

Co-Recipient, Manco-Abbot Faculty Award for Classroom Excellence, 1999

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