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Barbara M. Hall, PhD

MERLOT Contributor  MERLOT Author  Member of VSB
Assistant Professor
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Member Type: Faculty
Last Login: Mar 25, 2014
Member Since: Sep 09, 2011

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Affiliations

Primary Affiliation:
  • Capella University (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, MN, United States)
Secondary Affiliation:
  • Ashford University (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, IA, United States)

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Contact Information

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Address:
421 Tinkerbell Rd.
Chapel Hill, NC 27517 United States

Languages

  • English - speaking level (Superior) - reading level (Superior)

Skills & Interests

Education History

  • B.A. Sociology (05/1994)
    Oglethorpe University
  • Certificate Non-Profit Management (10/2007)
    Duke University
  • M.S. Human Services (12/2007)
    Capella University
  • Ph.D. Instructional Design (11/2011)
    Capella University

Positions

  • Invited Presenter (11/2008 - Current) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Associate Faculty (09/2009 - Current) Ashford University
  • SME: Instructional Design & Human Services (07/2009 - Current) Instructional Consulting Group
  • TA Program Supervisor (06/2011 - Current) Capella University

Publications

  • 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
  • Hall, Barbara M.. (2009). Proceedings of the National Organization for Human Services 2009 National Conference in Proceedings of the National Organization for Human Services 2009 National Conference

Associations

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

Honors and 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.”

Teaching Experience

  • Evaluation of E-Learning (Winter 2011)
    Ashford University - Instructional Design
  • Assessment of Student Learning (Winter 2011)
    Ashford University - Instructional Design
  • Instructional Design for E-Learning (Winter 2011)
    Ashford University - Instructional Design
  • Design Concepts & Applications for Online Learning (Winter 2011)
    Ashford University - Instructional Design
  • Collaboration in the Virtual Classroom (Winter 2011)
    Ashford University - Instructional Design
  • Assessment of Learning (Winter 2011)
    Ashford University - Instructional Design
  • Emerging Issues in Educational Technology (Winter 2011)
    Ashford University - Instructional Design
  • Advanced Instructional Design (Winter 2011)
    Ashford University - Instructional Design
  • Principles of Instructional Design (Winter 2011)
    Ashford University - Instructional Design
  • Adult Learning in the Workplace (Winter 2011)
    Ashford University - Instructional Design
  • Foundations of Educational Technology (Winter 2011)
    Ashford University - Instructional Design
  • Adult Learning & Instruction (Winter 2011)
    Ashford University - Instructional Design

Presentations

  • 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.
  • Interaction is Insufficient: Why We Need Intersubjectivity in Course Room Discourse, 10/21/2010
    Explored a higher standard for online course room discussions, from simple interaction to active knowledge construction.
  • Building Community Partnerships, 09/09/2009
    Examined adult learning strategies used to improve the skills of staff (paid and volunteer) in community engagement that bolsters service member and family resilience.
  • Citizen Soldiers and Their Communities, 09/04/2009
    An experiential workshop for practitioners involved in the design and delivery of services to Reserve Component service members and their families.
  • Blended Learning Strategies for Building Community Partnerships, 08/19/2009
    Explored the instructional design and facilitation strategies used in converting an interactive, on-site training into a blended learning experience.