PAT Teaching Lecturer, Communications and Media Studies/English
BA, CAGS, Plymouth State College; MA, University of the West Indies; EdD, Argosy University
Stacey Curdie-Meade has taught as an adjunct for the English Department since 1998. She has also held the positions of Registrar and Director of Online Education at PSU. In addition to teaching, she currently works as an instructional designer in Learning Technologies and Online Education and is co-editor of The New Hampshire Journal of Education, a publication jointly sponsored by Plymouth State University and the New Hampshire Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
Her career and education have been a blend of administrative, technical, and instructional experiences, culminating in a focus on online education. She has been teaching online for the past 10 years and is interested in the role of the online instructor, the notion of teaching presence, and faculty development.
Ensuring Quality Online Education: Investing in the Future, 2012, The New Hampshire Journal of Education.
How to Get the Most Out of Online Discussions: Five Points and a Rubric, June 15, 2008, Distance Education Report.
“Writing in Online Courses: Removing Barriers and Raising the Bar,” WAC Newsletter (PSU), December 2007.