Learning Design & TechnologyCurriculum and Instruction
Dr. Tomory has taught in both secondary and post secondary environments. She has been an online instructor for Purdue since 2009 and with the Department of Learning Design and Technology since 2018. Her research interests include secondary education, science education, and the implementation of technology in both the secondary and post secondary environment.
Beyond her research, Dr.Tomory has assisted faculty with transitioning their face to face courses to the online environment to increase the student success. She continues to pursue the success of underpriveldged high school students within the secondary environment as both a practicing teacher and researcher.
- Ph.D. — Curriculum and Instruction, Purdue University
- M.S. — Secondary Education, Purdue University
- B.S. — Curriculum and Instruction, Purdue University
- Academic Director of Concurrent Enrollment at Purdue North Central
- Chemistry instructor at Purdue North Central
- Chemistry teacher at River Forest High School
- O’Brien-Tomory, A. J. (2016). A study on the benefits for nontraditional commuter students of supplemental screencasts in a traditional chemistry lecture setting (Doctoral dissertation, PURDUE UNIVERSITY).
- Buckenmyer, J., Barczyk, C., Hixon, E., Zamojski, H., & Tomory, A. (2016) Technology’s role in learning at a commuter campus: The student perspective. Journal of Further and Higher Education. 40(3)
- Tomory, A., & Watson, S. L. (2015). Flipped Classrooms for Advanced Science Courses. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 24(6), 875-887.
- Ertmer, P., Newby, T., Liu, W., Tomory, A. Yu, J., Lee, Y. (2011) Students’ confidence and perceived values for participating in cross-cultural wiki-based collaboration. Educational Technology Research and Development. 59(2).
- Ertmer, P., Newby, T., Yu, J., Liu, W., Tomory, A., Lee, Y., Sendurur, E., Sendurur, P. (2011). Facilitating students’ global perspectives: Collaborating with international partners using Web 2.0 technologies. The Internet and Higher Education. 14 (4).