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Barbara M. Hall, PhD

Barbara M. Hall, PhD


Barbara M. Hall, PhD is an author of materials Barbara M. Hall, PhD is a member of the Virtual Speakers Bureau



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Virtual Speakers Bureau

Skills & Interests


  • International Higher Education Teaching & Learning Association
    International Review Board member 01/2012 – Current
  • Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)
    Conference Presenter, Reviewer & Member 03/2011 – Current
  • United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA)
    Member 01/2009 – Current

Education History

  • Ph.D. Instructional Design (11/2011)
    Capella University
  • M.S. Human Services (12/2007)
    Capella University
  • Certificate Non-Profit Management (10/2007)
    Duke University


  • Hall, Barbara M.. (2010). Journal of Elementary and Secondary Education in Journal of Elementary and Secondary Education. (1, 11, np).
  • Hall, Barbara M.. (2010). Journal of eLearning and Online Teaching in Journal of eLearning and Online Teaching. (1, 2, np).
  • Hall, Barbara M.. (2009). Proceedings of the Interactive Technologies 2009 Conference in Proceedings of the Interactive Technologies 2009 Conference.

Teaching Experience

  • Adult Learning & Instruction (Winter 2011)
    • Ashford University – Instructional Design
  • Adult Learning in the Workplace (Winter 2011)
    • Ashford University – Instructional Design
  • Advanced Instructional Design (Winter 2011)
    • Ashford University – Instructional Design


  • English
    • Speaking level: Superior
    • Reading level: Superior

Honors & Awards

  • Best Practices in Online Courserooms (05/2010)
    University recognition based on quality and timeliness of work, specifically managing online discussion forums with responses within 24 hours, tracking assignment submissions, & offering individualized, detailed feedback within 72 hours.
  • Human Capital Management Scholarship (08/2009)
    Selected to receive this $5,000 merit-based scholarship for the management of human capital based on my previous, current, and future work in instructional design.
  • Dr. Mary E. Walker Award (03/1999)
    This award is presented to Army spouses “who have contributed significantly to the quality of life for soldiers, exemplifying personal concern for the needs, training, development and welfare of soldiers and concern for families of soldiers.”


  • Intersubjective Implications of Global Participants in Threaded Discussions, 11/15/2011
    The session explored the additional challenges and opportunities for achieving intersubjectivity when the threaded discussions involve global participants.
  • Digging In: Designs that Develop Intersubjectivity in Course Room Discourse, 11/11/2011
    A highly interactive roundtable to consider both established and innovative elements of instructional design in the initial prompts of threaded discussions in online course rooms, with a focus on identifying additional variables for research.
  • Ask Me Again and I’ll Tell You the Same: The Influence of Question Design, 01/20/2011
    Explored the historical and contemporary research regarding the influence of question type on learning outcomes. This research summary culminates in a series of recommendations for designing initial question prompts.


  • Associate Faculty (09/2009 – Current) Ashford University
  • Invited Presenter (11/2008 – Current) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • SME: Instructional Design & Human Services (07/2009 – Current) Instructional Consulting Group