Research & Theory
Member at Large

Doris Bolliger
University of Wyoming

I am an Associate Professor in the Instructional Technology program at the University of Wyoming (UW). I earned my Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of West Florida in 2002. Prior to my position at UW, I was an Associate Professor at St. Cloud State University in Minnesota. Since 2006, I have taught a variety of courses in our online graduate programs at UW, including instructional technology, instructional design, design and development of instructional systems, seminar in graduate studies, technology and distance education, introduction to online teaching, communication in distance education, and theory of change. My research interests include satisfaction, communication, interaction, community, and interventions in the online environment. Secondary research interests are mobile learning; technology utilization in foreign-language teaching and learning; and message design.

I presented at the AECT convention for the first time as a doctoral student in Atlanta, Georgia, and I have enjoyed participating in various service activities since becoming a member in 2001. I have served as a proposal reviewer, session facilitator, and reviewer for journals (e.g., TechTrends and ETR&D). In 2009/2010, I was very honored to serve as the President for the Emerging Learning Technologies Division (f/k/a the Multimedia Production Division). Additionally, I have served on the Curriculum Committee, Nominating Committee, and the Outstanding Book Award Committee for the Design & Development Division. Currently, I serve on the Leadership Development Committee.

I would be honored to serve as the Member at Large for the Research & Theory Division. Thank you for your consideration.