Moore, Dr. Diana
Diana Moore, Ph.d.
- Ph.D. in Computing Technology in Education, Nova Southeastern University
- Ed.S. Computing Technology in Education, Nova Southeastern University
- Master of Science in Library and Information Science, Drexel University
- Bachelor of Arts in History (Minor in Psychology), Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Diana Moore is an instructor in the Master of Science in Distance Education Leadership program. She serves on the Distance Education Leadership advisory board and works on development and facilitation of the courses.
Dr. Moore has taught courses in American history, thematic synthesis, humanities, distance education leadership, and research methods both online and face-to-face since 2001. Dr. Moore specializes in online learning pedagogy, attrition in online learning, and academic research.
Originally from Philadelphia, Moore has lived in South Florida, New Hampshire and now resides in beautiful Bucks County, PA with her family. She enjoys traveling to foreign countries, blogging, running, hiking, skiing, and learning languages. She is working toward fluency in French and German, has a beginning understanding of Spanish and Italian, and has studied Latin and Ancient Greek extensively.
Visit her website: www.YourEdTechProf.com