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ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

Dissertation: The Efficacy of the World-wide Web in K-12 Environmental Education

PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT

  • 20014-present
    Associate University Librarian for Teaching, Research, and Learning Services at Penn Libraries. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.
  • 2006-2013
    Director, Teaching and Learning Interactive. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC.
  • 1999-2003
    Instructional Designer (online courses). World Campus, Penn State University, University Park, PA.
  • 1996-1998
    Project Lead (online courses). Virtual University, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  • 1994-1996
    Producer. CommTech Lab, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  • 1991-1993
    Public Relations Associate. Taconic Resources, Albany, NY.


SCHOLARSHIPS, MEMBERSHIPS, AND AWARDS

  • 2018 NMC Horizon Report for Higher Education, Expert Panel
  • 2017 SPARC Innovator Award 
  • 2017 Institute for the Future - Foresight Practitioner
  • 2016 Institute for Emerging Leadership in Online Learning
  • 2015 Leadership at Penn (Cohort 5)
  • 2013 Leading Change Institute Fellow (formerly Frye Institute)

  • 2011 Carolina Technology Consultants IT Award
  • North Carolina Distance Learning Association Board
  • OLC Faculty Development Advisory Board (formerly Sloan-C)
  • 2007 ASTD Measuring and Evaluating Learning Certificate 
  • 2005 International Who’s Who of Professionals

  • 2004 Certified MBTI Administrator, Center for the Applications of Psychological Type
  • 2000 Bright Future Award, Department of Distance Education/World Campus, Penn State University,
  • 1998 Dissertation Completion Fellowship, College of Agriculture & Natural Resources, Michigan State University
  • 1996 Distinguished Graduate Service Award, Department of Resource Development, Michigan State University
  • 1995 NSF Fellowship for Qualitative Research Field Methods, Department of Sociology, University of Georgia-Athen

PRESENTATIONS, PANELS AND WORKSHOPS


  • Eke, K. (2008) Multimedia Simulations. University of North Carolina Distance Learning Forum (December 10).
  • Eke, K., Gordon, T., Clouser, S., Watson, C., and Fenlason, C. (2008) Planning, Pilot Programs, and Production: A Panel. Sakai Regional Conference at Virginia Tech (November 11-12), Blacksburg, VA.
  • Eke, K. and Collado, A. (2008) Learning Management Systems at UNC Chapel Hill. UNC-Chapel Hill Carolina Technology Consultants Annual Retreat (October 17), Chapel Hill, NC.
  • Eke, K. and Green, C. (2008). Using Clickstream Analysis to Make Learning Visible. Educause Learning Initiative Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.
  • Eke, K. and Evans, E. (2007). Games. Seriously. UNC-Chapel Hill Carolina Technology Consultants Annual Retreat, Chapel Hill, NC.

  • Eke, K. and Green, C. (2007). Future Content: Designing Instructional Materials for the Digital Native. Educause Learning Initiative Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  • Eke, K. (2007). Considering Alternatives to Commercial Learning Management Systems (panel). Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference: Building Connections, Raleigh, NC.
  • Eke, K. and Crabb, C. (2006). Instructional designers as change agents. Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching, Greensboro, NC.
  • Eke, K. and Stasz, B. (2005). On the Other Side of the Digital Divide: A Technology Case Study from Uzbekistan. Georgia Conference on Information Literacy, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA.
  • Eke, K. (2005). Creating interactive multimedia PowerPoint presentations. Invited presentation, Burlington Day School, Burlington, NC.

  • Eke, K. (2005). Why use digital video? Workshop presenter for Winter Term Faculty Development Workshop: Millennial Learners, Elon University, Elon, NC.
  • Eke, K. (2004). Integrating DV into your classes. Workshop presenter for Summer Faculty Development Workshop: Intensive Multimedia, Elon University, Elon, NC.
  • Eke, K. (2004). Dreamweaver for the fearless: creating web sites to support instruction. Workshop presenter for Summer Faculty Development Workshop: Intensive Multimedia, Elon University, Elon, NC.
  • Eke, K. and Crabb, C. (2004). Using digital portfolios in assessment. Workshop presenter for faculty development workshop, Elon University, Elon, NC.
  • Eke, K. (2003). Stellar presentations. Workshop presenter for faculty development workshop, Elon University, Elon, NC.

  • Eke, K. (2003). A blueprint for successful web sites: information architecture and web design. Presentation at the Web 2003 Conference for Penn State Web Professionals, University Park, PA.
  • Eke, K. and S. Rocco. (2002). Less is more: designing for usability and accessibility. Workshop presenter, 18th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning, Madison, WI.
  • Rocco, S., Eke, K., Hackenberger, L. and Holsing, C. (2002). Much ado about usability. Paper presentation at the 18th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning, Madison, WI.
  • Eke, K. (2001). Less is more: what the web research tells us. Workshop presenter at the 2001 Penn State Faculty Summerfest, University Park, PA.


COURSES TAUGHT

Elon University:
  • SOC 370A: Environmental Sociology (designed new course for the university; blended)
Penn State University, World Campus (fully online courses):
  • IST 6782: Functional Web Site Design (co-designed new course for the university)
  • IST 6735: Overview of Internet Technologies
  • IST 6731: Introduction to HTML (1)
  • IST 6732: Introduction to HTML (2)
Michigan State University:
  • RD 200: Issues and Applications in Resource Development
  • RD 491: Computer Technologies in the Workplace (designed new course for the university; hybrid)

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AND CONSULTING

  • Consultant/faculty (2012). Magna Publications. Maintaining Your Online Teaching Presence.
  • Consultant/faculty (2010 & 2011). Academic Impressions. Faculty Development in Blended and Online Learning.
  • Consultant (2010). Midlands Technical College. Faculty Development Workshop: Blended Course Design.
  • Consultant/faculty (2008). Academic Impressions. Applying Emerging Technologies.
  • Instructional Technology Consultant (2005 & 2006). Academy for Educational Development/Global Education, U.S. Agency for International Development and the Republic of Uzbekistan Ministry of Education, Washington D.C. and Tashkent, Uzbekistan. PEAKS Project.
  • Instructional Technology Consultant (2005). Burlington Day School, Burlington, NC.
  • Instructional Technology Consultant (1998). Ingham County Public Schools, Lansing, MI.


PUBLICATIONS & BLOGS


SPONSORED RESEARCH AND ACTIVITIES

  • Eke, K. (team member, public education program design), Radon Assessment Program, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Environmental Studies, Baylor University, 1989

About Me

Director of Teaching, Research & Learning Services at the Penn Libraries University of Pennsylvania Philadelpia, PA