Sue Stoddart earned her Doctor of Philosophy degree at Capella University in Instructional Design for Teaching and Training Online. Sue earned both a master’s degree in educational technology from Ohio University and a master’s degree in special education from The Ohio State University. Her bachelor’s degree in education was also from The Ohio State University.
Sue currently serves as the dean of the School of Education and has held this position since spring of 2010. She also teaches courses for the Educational Technology, Special Education and Doctoral Programs. Sue’s research interests include educational technology, special education, systemic educational change and online teaching and learning. She has presented at numerous state, national and international conferences including the following: Wisconsin, Arizona and Ohio State Technology Conferences, GMCEC, WCON, AECT, MEC, SITE, NECC, FETC, and ISTE. She is a member of the Kappa Delta Pi educational honor society and has wrote and administered several educational technology grants both at the K-12 and Higher Education levels.