Dr. Antionette Moore serves as the Assistant Director of the Technology Integration Group in the Information Technology Department at Winston-Salem State University. She joined Winston-Salem State University in 2001. Her research interests include instructional technology, distance education, critical pedagogy, qualitative research methods, and healthcare disparities.
- PhD, 2012, Curriculum and Instruction, New Mexico State University
- MS, 2001, Instructional Technology, North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University
- BS, 1997, Computer Information Systems, High Point University
- AAS, 1990, Computer Office Automation Technology, Guilford Technical Community College
Merrils, M., and Moore, A. (2012, March). Creating interactive online learning experiences. Presentation at the Faculty Development Workshop at Winston-Salem State University. Winston-Salem, NC.
Betz, S., and Moore, A. (2009, March). Discussion of ‘Scratch’ open source technologies. Presentation at the Design, Arts, and Technology Symposium. High Point, NC.
Betz, S., McFeeters, F., Hooper, P., Moore, A., Burns, H., DeCristo, J., and Lopina, J. (2008, September). Creativity and self-expression through Scratch visual programming. Presentation at the Idea Exchange, Center for Design Innovative. Winston-Salem, NC.
McFeeters, F., Moore, A., and Chief, I. (2005, March). Development of the CTDDP (course training design/development package) progress report. Presentation at the UNC Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference. Raleigh, NC.
Barnes, H., McFeeters, F., Moore, A., Chief, I., and Harje, M. (2004, March). Development of the CTDDP (course training design/development package). Presentation at the UNC Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference. Charlotte, NC.
Holmes, G., McFeeters, F., Moore, A., Anderson, C., Williams-Green, J., and Rower, K. (2004, March). Group opinion: A PDA – web hybrid for improving instruction. Presentation at the UNC Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference. Charlotte, NC.
Williams-Green, J., Anderson, C., and Moore, A. (2002, June). An IT curriculum infusion process: Instructional applications of PDAs. Presentation at the Educause Southeast Regional Conference. Charleston, SC.
Member of the 2016-2021 Strategic Planning Council
Member of the 2016-2021 Information Technology Strategic Planning Committee
Co-Facilitator of the Teaching with Technology Learning Community
Hubei China Task Force Committee, Winston-Salem State University, 2013 to Present
Committee Chair, Digital Forsyth Users Group, 2007-2009
Registration Chair, SuperComputing Conference, Tampa FL, 2006
Registration Chair, SuperComputing Conference, Seattle WA, 2005
Co-Chair, CineOlympics collaboration with Winston-Salem State University Fine Arts, 2005
Volunteer, SuperComputing Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, 2004
Co-Developer, Online Course Training Design/Development Package, 2004
Co-Chair CDROM Recruitment Committee, NC Agricultural and Technical State University, 2001