Adriana D Alba is an Associate Professor in the College of Education and teaches graduate courses in the Department of Educational Technology and Foundations. She holds a PhD in Educational Computing and an MPhil in 2D/3D Motion Graphics. Her research interests include multimedia applications and technology integration in the classroom, development and assessment of Three-Dimensional online learning environments, game-based learning, and integration of emerging technologies in STEM curriculum. She is a member of the American Educational Research Association, the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, the International Society of Teacher Education, and the Association for Educational Communications and Technology. Dr. D'Alba was the recipient of the 2015 COE Outstanding Research Award for her work in 3dimensional virtual environments for learning, and the 2017 UWG Regents Excellence in Online Teaching Award.
Education / Degrees
- M. Phil., 2D/3D Motion Graphics, Glasgow School of Art, 2007
- Certificate, Museum Education, University of North Texas, 2011
- Ph.D., Educational Computing, University of North Texas, 2012