I got some good news recently:
Dr. Trey Martindale appointed Fellow of CITL
Dr. Trey Martindale, associate professor in Instructional Design and Technology, has been named a Fellow of the University of Memphis Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning (CITL). In this role, Martindale will advise CITL’s UM3D Instructional Impact team as they collaborate with faculty throughout the University to enhance student engagement.
Martindale’s expertise in online teaching and learning is widely recognized. He is a frequent consultant to other universities and their online efforts. His knowledge and skills have already contributed significantly to improving the quality of online programs at the UofM. “Trey brings a wealth of experience to the services of our instructional designers, Fair Josey and Leonia Houston,” said Roy Bowery, director of Distance Learning. “We are very fortunate to have him on our team.”
Update on January 11, 2016
This job is not yet available on WorkforUM (the official place to apply). The central administration is holding us up a bit. Once the job is available, I will update here. Thanks for your patience. Once the job is posted, you will have at least two weeks to submit your application.
Draft of faculty position in Instructional Design and Technology at the University of Memphis. I’ll post the official one and the link to apply in a few days. thanks
Apply to be an open educational resources (OER) Fellow: OER Research Fellow Application: Deadline September 15.
Here is the newsletter for the Association for Talent Development, Memphis chapter. It includes a summary of our recent Elearning Panel event that I moderated.
ATD May/June 2015 Newsletter
Here is the abstract for my doctoral student Chris Glenn’s dissertation, completed in 2014. Good job Chris!
A comparison of learner self-regulation in online and face-to-face problem-based learning courses.
I’m working on the site — changing themes, restoring old posts, etc. Sorry for the construction dust. Note I’ve restored the pages about jobs, organizations, conferences, books to read, and academic programs.
Here is a new report from the E-Learning Guild. Must be a member to access the full report ($99).
Learning Technologies 2013: Where We Are Now : Research Library.