For a more complete list of online publications/resources, please see my Academic.edu page: https://esc.academia.edu/RhiannaRogers
SELECTED ONLINE PUBLICATIONS
Higher Education and Open Learning Publications
Rhianna C. Rogers, “Using Open Resources to Your Advantage: How to Effectively Incorporate OERs into College Assignments.” ALL ABOUT MENTORING, 51.
Mercer, J., Pisutova, K., & Rogers, R. (2018, March). From Mystery to Mastery: Creating & Enhancing the Ultimate Virtual Classroom Experience. In 2018 COIL CONFERENCE (p. 112).
Latin American Publications
Rhianna C. Rogers, “New Methods in Maya Research: Using History and Anthropology to study the Maya site of Tihoo, Merida, Yucatan.” Selected Annual Proceedings of the International Conference on New Direction in the Humanities , University of Illinois Press, Spring 2011 (Available for purchase only)
Rhianna C. Rogers, “Summary of the Ciudadela (YUC 2) Artifact Analysis from Tihoo, Merida, Yucatan.” FAMSI Journal of the Ancient Americas: Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies, Inc., Online publication, Independent Works, July 2010 http://www.famsi.org/research/pdf/RRogers2010.pdf
Rhianna C. Rogers, “Rethinking the Maya: Understanding an Ancient Language in Modern Linguistic Terms,” FACS Literary Journal: Remaking Reality: Eroding the Palimpsest, Universal Publishers, Vol. 10, Issue 1, Fall 2008. http://home.fau.edu/peralta/web/facs/RethinkingTheMaya.pdf
Rhianna C. Rogers, “The Resilience of Aztec Women: A Case Study of Modern Aztec Myths,” Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences: Scientific Journals International, Online publication, Vol. 1, Issue 2, June 2007 http://www.scientificjournals.org/journals2007/articles/1160.pdf
Clifford Brown, Walter Witschey, Carlos Peraza Lope, and Rhianna C. Rogers, “Results of Survey in Central Yucatan, Mexico.” FAMSI Journal of the Ancient Americas: Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies, Inc., Online publication, Contributed Papers, October 2006 http://research.famsi.org/aztlan/uploads/papers/Brown-et-al-Central-Yucatan-Survey-text-and-slides.pdf