Albert L. Ingram, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of Educational Technology at Kent State University, where he teaches a variety of courses in instructional design and technology, many of them entirely online. He received his Ph.D. in Educational Technology from Arizona State University in 1984. Dr. Ingram has taught at Governors State University and Kent State University and worked at a variety of other organizations including The American College, the Software Engineering Institute, and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Dr. Ingram is co-author of Exploring Current Issues in Educational Technology with Drew Tiene and of FrontPage 2002: An introduction to Web design for educators and trainers with Ruth Watson. He has published papers in a variety of journals, including Educational Technology, the Journal of Educational Technology Systems, the Journal of Educational Computing Research, and Performance and Instruction. He has facilitated and participated in faculty learning communities on Online Learning and Teaching, Collaborative Technologies, and others. Recently he won a "best practices" award in online learning from the Sloan Consortium, a leading international organization supporting and researching online education.
A.B., Psychology, Columbia University, , M.S., Cognitive Psychology, University of Pittsburgh, and , Ph.D., Educational Technology , Arizona State University
Collaboration, Online Learning, Instructional Design, Education, Educational Modes or Psychology or Theory, Instructional Technology, Using computer-mediated communication to facilitate collaborative learning and problem solving, Developing Web-based instruction usability of instructional Web sites and others