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Florence Martin

Associate Professor in Instructional Systems Technology




Florence Martin

Florence Martin

Associate Professor in Instructional Systems Technology
Department of Educational Leadership
9201 University City Blvd, Charlotte, NC
(704) 687-8869 Phone
florence.martin@uncc.edu
florencemartin@gmail.com

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Biography

I am an Associate Professor in the Instructional Systems Technology program at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. I received my Doctorate and Master's in Educational Technology from Arizona State University. I have a bachelor's degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Bharathiyar University, India. Previous to my current position, I taught at University of North Carolina Wilmington for seven years. I also worked on instructional design projects for Shooolini University, Viridis Learning, Maricopa Community College, University of Phoenix, Intel, Cisco Learning Institute, and Arizona State University. I worked as a co-principal investigator on the Digital Visual Literacy NSF grant working with Maricopa Community College District in Arizona. My research focuses on designing and integrating online learning environments (OLE) to improve learner motivation and engagement to achieve effectiveness in learning. I served as the President of the Multimedia Production Division at AECT from 2012-2013

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Educational Technology, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona - December 2005
Master of Education, Educational Technology, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona - August 2003
Bachelor of Engineering, Electronics & Communication, Bharathiyar University, Coimbatore, India -April 2000

 

Professional Membership

Association for Educational Communications and Technology

Online Learning Consortium (Formerly Sloan-C)

International Society for Performance Improvement

AERA - American Educational Research Association (Division C - Learning and Instruction, SIG - Instructional Technology)