Florence Martin

Florence Martin

Associate Professor and Program Director In Instructional Systems Technology at University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Location:
9201 University City Blvd, Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
HQ Phone:
(704) 687-2000

General Information

Education

Ph.D  - Boise State University

bachelor's degree  - electronics and communication engineering , Bharathiyar University

doctorate degree  - educational technology , Arizona State University

master's degree  - educational technology , Arizona State University

Affiliations

Board Member  - ISPI Charlotte

Associate Professor and Program Director In Instructional Systems Technology  - University of North Carolina

Assistant Professor In Instructional Technology, Department  - Foundations and Secondary Education

Member  - Association for Educational Communications and Technology

Member  - International Society for Performance Improvement

Member  - American Educational Research Association

Committee Member  - CELDA

Associate Professor In Instructional Technology  - University of North Carolina Wilmington

Recent News  

Dr. Florence Martin, Associate Professor & Program Director, Instructional Systems Technology, University of North Carolina - Charlotte: "Applying Quality Matters to Online Instruction"

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Florence Martin, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Program Director, Instructional Systems Technology University of North Carolina Charlotte

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Dr. Florence Martin
Assistant Professor, UNC Charlotte Many researchers have noted that harnessing elements of video game systems in the entertainment industry have yielded impressive results for learning. Dr. Florence Martin (Florence.Martin@uncc.edu) will provide an overview of the Instructional Systems Technology Program at UNC Charlotte. Florence Martin is an Associate Professor and Program Director of the Instructional Systems Technology program at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. She received her Doctorate and Master's in Educational Technology from Arizona State University. Previous to her current position, she taught at University of North Carolina Wilmington, Walden University and Arizona State University. She 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. Her research focuses on designing and integrating online learning environments (OLE) to improve learner motivation and engagement to achieve effectiveness in learning.

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