Presentation on theme: "Ann E. Barron Professional Preparation Previous Work Current Work Significant Accomplishments Contribution to the IT Field."— Presentation transcript:
Ann E. Barron Professional Preparation Previous Work Current Work Significant Accomplishments Contribution to the IT Field
Professional Preparation: Education Ed. D., Curriculum and Instruction, Instructional Technology, University of Central Florida. M. A., Instructional Technology, University of Central Florida. B. S. Ed., Mathematics Education, Illinois State University.
Professional Preparation: Work Experience Professor of Instructional Technology at the University of South Florida for the past 9 years. Design & Development work with IBM Learning Services ( ), Interactive Media Corporation ( ) and Martin Marietta Missiles Group ( ). Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Central Florida ( ). Middle School Mathematics & Physical Education Teacher for 10 years.
Previous Work 132 Journal Articles 251 Conference Papers 19 Books 9 Book Chapters
Current Work Multimedia, instructional design, telecommunications; design and development of instructional materials for technology. Research in the Design & Development of Multimedia Projects and Web-Based Training & Instruction. Research in design and effectiveness of various distance learning alternatives.
Significant Accomplishments Recipient of the Jerome Krivanek Distinguished Teaching Award for Executive Director of the Florida Center for Instructional Technology from Recipient of the USF Professor of the Year Award in Recipient of the Teaching Incentive Program Award in 1995 & Listed in Who's Who in Instructional Technology.
Contribution to the IT Field Extensive Research in multimedia, instructional design, telecommunications,and design & development of instructional materials for technology. Author/Co-Author of 251 Conference Papers, 132 Journal Articles, 19 Books, & 9 Book Chapters. Serves on the Editorial Boards of 5 Technology Journals. Professor of Instructional Technology.
Resources Dr. Ann Barrons Faculty Website: An interview with Dr. Barron conducted by InTRO: An interview with Dr. Barron conducted by Bonnie Gillespie: A paper by Dr. Barron entitled Designing Web based Training: