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Melinda Turnley

Melinda Turnley

Assistant Director, MS in Learning and Organizational Change Program
Assistant Professor, MS in Learning & Organizational Change Program


Annenberg Hall
Room 139
2120 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL 60208-0001
Phone: (847) 467-1872

Biography

Melinda Turnley is Assistant Director of the Master of Science in Learning and Organizational Change Program. Most recently before joining MSLOC, she was director of education at a professional association for residential real estate agents. The majority of her experience, however, has been as a teacher and administrator in higher education working with faculty and curriculum development, communication strategy, and instructional and collaborative technologies.

Turnley received her PhD from Purdue University with a dissertation focused on critical frameworks for engaging instructional media in the teaching of writing. Melinda has published and presented on topics such as gendered assumptions about teacher technology training, potential problems with the notion of transparency in interface design, student access and success in mobile pedagogies, technology in service learning projects, improvisation and teaching, and professional persona in the age of social media.


Research/Scholarship

Education

Year Degree Institution
2001 PhD, English Purdue University
1995 MA, English Ohio State University
1992 BA, English University of Texas at Austin


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