Learning Design & TechnologyCurriculum and Instruction
Being the first in her family to attend and complete a college degree has had a profound effect on Dr. Campion. Calling on all her successes and challenges, mentors and colleagues, along with new-found skills is what drives Dr. Campion in the classroom. While there are objectives and constructs to teach in each course, she pays attention to what each student needs are in order for them to be successful in class.
- Ph.D. — Technology, Purdue University
- MSHR — Masters in Human Resource, Krannert Graduate School of Management, Purdue University
- B.S. — Music Therapy & Music Education, Fletcher School of Music, East Carolina University
Dr. Campion’s work experience has always revolved around education, student/worker development, quality assurance, and assessment. She has worked in both corporations and higher education for the duration of her career.
- AECT – Association of Educational Communication & Technology
- Lowell, V. & Campion, L. (Eds.) (2020). TechTrends Special Issue: Authentic Learning Experiences via Distance Learning.
- Campion, L. (2018). Leadership Styles: Considering Context and Climate. TechTrends 62(4), 412-413.
- Campion, L. & Aaron Bond, M. (2018). It Takes a Village: Leadership in a Volunteer Organization. TechTrends 62(6) 664-666.
- Campion, L. (2019). Leading for Learning – Something New under the Sun. TechTrends 63(1), 88-95.
- Campion, L.L. & Wang, C.X. (2019). Collectivism and Individualism: the Differentiation of Leadership. TechTrends 63(3), 353-356.
- Campion, E.D. & Campion, L.L. TechTrends (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11528-019-00436-9