Vivienne Carr, Ph.D. is the director of the Instructional Design and Technology Program with specializations in School Library Media Certification. Dr. Carr provides course instruction to both undergraduate and graduate students. She has a strong passion for 21st century teaching and learning skills that inspire the minds of future servant leaders. Dr. Carr infuses technology in her curriculum and demonstrates to students various strategies for implementing technology within their future profession. She has implemented Ipads, Web 2.0 tools, the SHUmobile and Kindle projects in her classes. Her courses focus on organizing and administering educational media and technology programs, social, legal and ethical issues in technology, literature for children and young adults, online course development, instructional design for curriculum and lesson planning and field advisement for school library media services. Dr. Carr also offers curriculum advisement and career guidance for students, prepares accreditation reports and develops online courses and program materials. She published and presented papers on the impact of technology in education, the viability of online teaching and learning, Waypoint peer assessment and evaluation, asynchronous teaching and learning and electronic portfolios.
Dr. Carr specializes in teaching and research on the use of instructional technology in teaching and learning.
- Ph.D., Education
- M.A., Education
- B.A., Psychology and English
- SPA Report for School Library Media Services nationally recognized for NCATE.
- Awarded ShuMobile and Kindle projects to infuse innovative technologies within undergraduate and graduate courses.
- Published and presented on topics including: Asynchronous Learning in Education, Waypoint Technology for Peer Assessment, Electronic Portfolio Development and Use for Teacher Employment, and the Impact of Asynchronous and Synchronous Learning in Higher Education.