Dr. Tinukwa Boulder is an Associate Professor of Practice in the Department of Teaching, Learning, and Leading (TLL) at the School of Education at the University of Pittsburgh. She is also the Director of Innovative Technologies and Online Learning in the Office of the Dean. She received her doctorate in Instructional Systems and Workforce Development at Mississippi State University in 2010. She has over ten years’ experience in higher education with expertise in instructional design, faculty development, project management, innovative technology integration, consultative leadership, and teaching at the college level. She has experience creating content using different instructional technologies to develop pedagogically sound online courses that accommodate the needs of diverse learners. She relies on constructivist learning theory to guide technology integration and instructional design processes. Her instructional design philosophy entails understanding faculty and students’ pedagogical and technological needs and addressing them using evidence-based instructional design methodologies. Her research focuses on examining how emerging instructional technologies can enhance teaching in different learning environments (online, face-to-face, and hybrid). She is interested in examining and developing best practices for implementing innovative teaching strategies to support the learning needs of diverse student populations.
Boulder, T. C. (2020). Online strategic discussion forum: models, strategies, and application. In Okojie, M. C., & Boulder, T. C. (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Adult Learning in Higher Education (pp. 1-33). IGI Global. http://doi:10.4018/978-1-7998-1306-4.ch012
Okojie, M.C.P.O., Okojie-Boulder, T.C., & Boulder, J. (2011). Teachers perception of their preferred instructional methods in technology training sessions. Excelsior: Leadership in Teaching and Learning. 6, 1.
Okojie, M. C. P. O., Okojie-Boulder, T. C., & Boulder, J. (2009). Perceptions of college students: the relevance of academic programs to current jobs. International journal of vocational education and training (IVETA), 17, 2.