Roxanne Russell is a teacher and instructional designer with 20+ years of university-level teaching experience and ten years of professional experience with designing, developing, integrating and evaluating online learning environments in a global context. She now brings her teaching, instructional design and web development background to helping schools navigate the complexities of technology integration for learning.
Roxanne received her M.A. in English from Auburn University and Ph.D. in Instructional Technology and Design from Georgia State University. Her groundbreaking work on the cultural dynamics of the instructional design process is cited in the 2014 edition of the Handbook of Research on Educational Communications and Technology.
Roxanne has consulted on several projects in collaboration with faculty and subject-matter-experts to disseminate groundbreaking research through building communities of practice or online training programs. Roxanne’s research projects have explored the uses and production of digital media from the concept and design phases through evaluation, implementation and dissemination in public, private, and non‐profit sectors in the US, India and China. Her pragmatic research perspective has been rooted in the instructional technology and design discipline, and has taken advantage of analytical, design-based, quantitative and qualitative methods for inquiry.