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Vita

Florence Martin

Professor in Learning, Design and Technology
Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences
College of Education, North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC 27695
fmartin3@ncsu.edu
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Professional Experience

North Carolina State University, College of Education
Professor, Learning, Design and Technology (2022-Present)

University of North Carolina Charlotte, Cato College of Education
Professor, Learning, Design and Technology (2018-22)
Program Coordinator, Learning, Design & Technology, PhD, Curriculum & Instruction (2021-22)
Program Director, Post Master’s Certificate in University and College Teaching (2016-22)
Program Coordinator, Learning, Design and Technology, Ed.D. Educational Leadership (2018-21)
Associate Professor, Instructional Systems Technology (2014-18)
Program Director, Instructional Systems Technology M.Ed. and Graduate Certificate (2014-18)

University of North Carolina Wilmington, Watson College of Education
Associate Professor and Program Coordinator, Instructional Technology (2012-14)
Assistant Professor, Instructional Technology (2007-12)

Walden University, Riley College of Education and Leadership
Contributing Faculty (Part time), Instructional Technology (2012 – 2014)

Education

Doctor of Philosophy
Educational Technology, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona (Dec 2005)
Master of Education
Educational Technology, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona (Aug 2003)
Bachelor of Engineering
Electronics & Communication, Bharathiyar University, Coimbatore, India (Apr 2000)

Honors and Awards

– Cato College of Education Distinguished Faculty Award, 2022, UNC Charlotte
– Outstanding Publication Award, Elementary educator perceptions of student digital safety based on technology use in the classroom, Learning & Technology Library, SITE April 2022
– International Women’s Day Nominee, March 2022, UNC Charlotte
– Best Poster Award, K-12 Online Teaching and Learning: A Systematic Review of Research from 2000 to 2019, NCARE 2022
– University Marshall, Fall 2021 Graduation, UNC Charlotte
– Best Mixed-Methods Article Award, Systematic Review of Research on Online Teaching and Learning, AECT 2021
– Award for Best Practice in Distance Learning, Faculty Readiness to Teach Online Instrument and Workshops, AECT 2021
– Learner Engagement Best Research Article Award, Learning Engagement Division, AECT 2021
– AECT Breakfast with Champions, 2019 and 2021
– 2020 Online Learning Journal Research Achievement Award, Online Learning Consortium
– Best Application Article Award, 1st place, Student perception of helpfulness of facilitation strategies that enhance instructor presence, connectedness, engagement, and learning in online courses, Division of Distance Learning, AECT 2020
– Best Qualitative Article Award, 2nd place, Award-Winning Faculty Online Teaching Practices: Elements of Award-Winning Courses, Division of Distance Learning, AECT 2020
– Distance Education Book Award, 2nd place, Digital Media for Learning: Theories, Processes, and Solutions (Springer), Division of Distance Learning, AECT 2020
– Best Qualitative Article Award, 1st place, Award-Winning Faculty Online Teaching Practices: Roles and Competencies, Division of Distance Learning, AECT 2019
– Thomas L. Reynolds Leadership Award for Graduate Program Direction, UNC Charlotte, 2019
– College of Education Research Award, UNC Charlotte, 2018
– Fellow for Digital Learning, Office of the Senior Associate Provost, UNC Charlotte, 2017-2018
– Associate Quality Matters Fellow, UNC Charlotte, 2017-2019
– Teaching Faculty Fellow, College of Education, UNC Charlotte, 2016-2017
– Best Presentation Award, 18th International Conference on Teaching, Education & Learning, Bangkok, Thailand, 2017
– Institute of Emerging Leadership in Online Learning Fellow, 2016
– Crystal Award, Association for Educational Communications Technology, Division of Distance Learning (DDL) – Recognizes innovative and outstanding multimedia-based distance learning courses and distance learning projects, 2015