My title at NC State University is Associate Professor of Distance Learning in the Department of
Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development. I have published around 50 articles, book chapters, conference proceedings, reviews and commentaries over the last several decades, in addition to delivering more than a hundred presentations at academic conferences around the world.
Brad Mehlenbacher's (2010) Instruction and Technology: Designs for Everyday Learning. The MIT Press. September 2010, 7 x 9, 504 pp., 26 illus. $35.00/£25.95 (cloth). ISBN-10: 0-262-01394-0. ISBN-13: 978-0-262-01394-9 [more...].
My research focuses on the relationship between technology and human communication and, specifically, how we use technology to design and deliver effective instruction. Research on how we design usable interfaces and on how adults learn is critical to this challenge [more...].
During the 2018 Summer I Semester, I am teaching EAC 580 Designing Instructional Systems
in Training and Development and EAC 585 Integrating Technology into Training Programs [more...].