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Antionette Moore

dr. antionette moore

​Chair of the Board

 

Antionette Moore, Ph.D. joined Winston-Salem State University in 2001 where she has served in various roles such as instructional technologist, online course developer, trainer, assistant director of the Technology Integration Group, and adjunct professor at the institution. Presently, she works for the Center for Innovative and Transformative Instruction at the university where she assists faculty with identifying the appropriate technology to incorporate in their instruction.  She has twenty years of experience in higher education and over twenty years of experience in information technology. Her research interests include instructional technology, distance education, critical pedagogy, qualitative research methods, and healthcare disparities. Dr. Moore has presented at many professional conferences related to technology and faculty   professional development for the past 20 years.

 

Antionette completed her Ph.D. from New Mexico State University in Curriculum and Instruction.  Her dissertation explored how African American male youth utilize the computer in their daily lives.  The findings of her study lead to increased technology programs in the home, school, after-school that are similar to technology programs in more affluent schools and communities. The participants of this study created video games by using the Scratch application created by MIT.

 

She also has a Master of Science in Instructional Technology from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems from High Point University, and an Associate of Applied Science in Computer Office Automation Technology from Guilford Technical Community College.In academia, Antionette has served in many roles on various committees such as Committee Chair of the

In the community, she serves on her HOA Board as the President, a member of the Greensboro Health Disparities Collaborative, she is a mentor at the Boys and Girls Club and has served as Team Campaign Captain for the YMCA.

In her spare time, she loves to spend time with family and friends, workout at the gym, and spend time in nature.

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