Stacey Curdie-Meade

Program Coordinator of Educational Leadership, Learning and Curriculum
Graduate Teaching Lecturer, Educational Leadership

Phone: (603) 968-3793


Stacey Curdie-Meade is an Instructional Designer in Learning Technologies and Online Education and has taught as a Teaching Lecturer since 1998. She is coordinator of the Online Instructional Design M.Ed./certificate prospect. Dr. Curdie-Meade 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 13 years and is interested in the role of the online instructor, the notion of teaching presence, and online faculty development.

Degrees and Education

  • EdD, Argosy University
  • CAGS, Plymouth State University
  • MA, University of the West Indies
  • BA, Plymouth State University

Research Interests

  • Community of Inquiry
  • Teaching Presence

Scholarly Publications/ Writings/ Conference Presentations

  • Planning for Learning: Maintaining Integrity and Interaction in Online Classrooms. Presented at Teaching Professor Conference, New Orleans, June 2013 and May 2014
  • Instructional Design in a Nutshell. Presented at Academic Technology Institute, University of New Hampshire, May 2014 and at the Faculty Instructional Technology Summer Institute, University of New Hampshire, June 2014
  • Flipped, Blended, Online – Oh, My! Thoughtful Planning for the Transition. Presented at Academic Technology Institute, Plymouth State University, May 2013
  • “Beyond the Classroom: A Qualitative Study of Customer Service at the Registrar’s Office”, The New Hampshire Journal of Education, Summer 2002
  • “Writing in Online Courses: Removing Barriers and Raising the Bar”, WAC Newsletter (PSU), December 2007
  • “The Wired Classroom”, Office of Teaching and Learning Technologies Newsletter (PSU), Fall 2007, Winter 2008
  • “Ensuring Quality Online Instruction: Investing in The Future,” The New Hampshire Journal of Education, Summer 2012

 Associations, Boards, and Committees

  • 2003-present New Hampshire Journal of Education, Co-Editor
  • 2005-2008 Technical Advisory Group Frost School Council
  • 2003-2005 Online Education Taskforce, Chair
  • 2002-2003 Information Technology Coordinating Council
  • 2000-2003 Computer Advisory Board Administrator Selection
  • Committee Distinguished Graduate Teaching Award, 2012

Courses Taught

  • Introduction to Instructional Design
  • Designing Effective Online Learning Experiences
  • Developing Effective Online Learning Experiences
  • Contemporary Social Trends
  • Educational Planning and Problem-Solving
  • Organizational Leadership In Schools