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Chair
James Hatten, Ph.D.
Instructional Technology
University of South Florida
jameshatten@usf.edu

Jim Hatten is an instructor at the University of South Florida in Tampa, FL, USA. He received his Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Learning Technologies from the University of Minnesota. Dr. Hatten teaches courses in online teaching and learning, web design, technology integration for educators, technology leadership in K-12 schools, digital identity, and digital video. 

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Chair-Elect
Laurie O. Campbell, Ed.D.

Dr. Laurie O. Campbell is an Assistant Professor in Instructional Technology and Design program at the University of Central Florida.


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Program Chair
Cassandra Scharber, Ph.D.

Dr. Cassandra Scharber is an Assistant Professor in the Learning Technologies program at the University of Minnesota



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Treasurer

Sanghoon Park, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Instructional Technology 
University of South Florida
park2@usf.edu

Dr. Park teaches graduate courses in current trends of instructional technology and interactive media. He has been involved in research projects investigating the educational effectiveness of interactive technologies including motivational issues in multimedia, pedagogical agents, augmented reality, mobile technologies, and online learning experience design & analysis. He has won the Cochran internship award from the AECT and has received two prestigious awards from the AERA: Best research paper by the AERA SIG - Advanced Technologies for Learning (ATL) and Young researcher award from the AERA SIG - Instructional Technology (IT).


 

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Graduate Student Representative
Lana Peterson
Ph.D. student, Learning Technologies
University of Minnesota
pete6118@umn.edu

Lana's interests are in utilizing her background in K-12 education and teacher professional development, Lana supports technology integration projects at LTML through research and coaching. Her research interests include technology integration, micro-credentials, and online user motivation.


 
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