Dr. Leaunda Hemphill
Western Illinois University
Hi! My name is Leaunda Hemphill and I teach K12 technology integration and instructional design at Western Illinois University in the Instructional Technology and Telecommunications Department. At National-Louis University, I taught educators to use technology effectively in their instructional planning and with their students in the classroom. I taught Prairie State College faculty how to integrate technology in their instruction. I also taught English and computer applications classes using web-based course manager software packages.
I have a Ph.D. in Instructional Technology and have worked in instructional design, training delivery, and cutting-edge technology in corporate and academic organizations. I also have a M.S. in English, a B.S. in Secondary Education (teaching certification in English and Earth Science), and a B.S. in Geology. I have completed my ION Master Online Teacher Certificate. Interestingly, all my career choices have led back to teaching and training. I love teaching and advising students of diverse ages, abilities, cultures, and professions.
In 1979, I took my first distance education course that used videotaped lectures and Scantron tests. Considering that the instructor had been dead for six years, I am using the term
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