Linda Haynes

Linda Haynes, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Phone: 678-839-6150 | Fax: 678-839-6153


Office: Education Annex 142


Dr. Linda Haynes teaches courses in Instructional Technology, Educational Psychology, and Educational Research. Her experience includes management of a statewide $1.2 million project funded by the U.S. Department of Education (Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology) at the University of South Alabama. She collaborated with the Alabama Department of Education on several projects including the development of technology standards for teachers and the evaluation of the MegaConference (annual professional development conference). Additional evaluation studies conducted by Dr. Haynes include projects funded by the Alabama Commission on Higher Education and the American Legacy Foundation. Dr. Haynes was also the principal investigator for the validity studies of Georgia's CLASS Keys and Leader Keys Performance Appraisal System for the Georgia Department of Education.


  • B.B.A, Bachelor in Business Administration, Faulkner University, 1991
  • M.S., Master of Science in Instructional Design and Development, University of South Alabama, 1994
  • Ph.D., Doctor of Philosophy in Instructional Design and Development, University of South Alabama, 1999

Courses and Sections

  • Courses Taught
    • EDSI-9998 (Research for Doc Dissertation)    
    • MEDT-6401 (Instructional Technology)    
    • MEDT-7472 (Intro to Distance Education)    
    • MEDT-7473 (Advanced Multimedia)    
    • MEDT-7476 (Assess Lrn in Tech-Enh Instr)    
    • MEDT-8484 (Resrch Media & Instuct Tech)    

Selected Publications

  • Linda L. Haynes, Brenda C. Litchfield, John V. Dempsey, Monica R. Hunter, Hans Gray, Laura Gray, Vaughn S. Millner. (2007) Linking Science and Technology to Personal Experience with Hurricane Katrina. National Educational Computing Conference presentatio [View Publication]
  • Kathleen W. Ingram, Linda L. Haynes, Gayle V. Davidson-Shivers, Richard Irvin.(2005) Building an Alumni Support Community: Tracking Alumni for Program Evaluation and Added Value. College Student Journal [View Publication]