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Oklahoma State University

Faculty

Susan Stansberry, Ph.D.Susan Stansberry, Ed.D.

School Head, Educational Foundations, Leadership and Aviation
Associate Professor

202 Willard Hall, Stillwater, OK 74078
Phone: (405) 744-4407
Email: susan.stansberry@okstate.edu
Twitter: @susanstansberry
Website: http://simplycurious.net/
 

EdD in Information Communication Technology, Oklahoma State University
MS in Information Communication Technology, Oklahoma State University
BS in English Education, Oklahoma State University

Research Interests: technology integration, creativity and innovation in teaching, curiosity, academic program development, educator preparation


Penny Thompson, Ph.D.

Penny Thompson, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Program Coordinator

210 Willard Hall, Stillwater, OK 74078
Phone: (405) 744-8042
Email: penny.thompson@okstate.edu 
Website: http://pennymarie.wordpress.com/
 

PhD in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology, Michigan State University
MA in Curriculum and Instruction - Learning Technologies, University of Minnesota
BS in Accounting and B.A. in Music, University of Minnesota

Research Interests: effects of technology on cognition and learning; learning in social media and content sharing websites; online design-studio based learning communities; electronic portfolios for learning.


Tutaleni I. Asino, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Tutaleni I. Asino, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Director, Emerging Technologies and Creativity Research Lab

209 Willard Hall, Stillwater, OK 74078
Phone: (405) 744-8003
Email: tutaleni.asino@okstate.edu
Twitter: @tutaleni
Website: tutaleniasino.com
 

Dual-Title PhD in Learning, Design, & Technology + Comparative & International Education, Penn State University, University Park
MS in Instructional Systems and Technology, Cabrini College
MS in Multimedia Technologies, Duquesne University
MA in Corporate Communication, Duquesne University
BA in Media Studies & Political Science, Duquesne University

Research Interests: diffusion of innovation, adoption and use of Emerging technologies and Learning environments, Mobile Learning, Design for Mobile Devices, Indigenous knowledge, STEAM, Comparative International Education, and the role of culture in the development and evaluation of learning technologies.


Kellianne L. Nuemann, Ph.D.

Kalianne L. Neumann, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

212 Willard Hall, Stillwater, OK 74078
Phone: (405) 744-8125
Email: kalianne.neumann@okstate.edu

PhD in Learning, Design, and Technology, University of Georgia
MAT in English Secondary Education, Kennesaw State University
BA in English Language and Literature, University of South Carolina

Research Interests: development of revision task schema; K-12 technology integration, design-based research; makerspaces; technology integration professional development; educator preparation.