Meet Enilda J. Romero-Hall
Assistant Professor, Education; Graduate Coordinator of IDT
Education: 2007 Emporia State University, B.S.
2008 Emporia State University, M.S.
2013 Old Dominion University, Ph.D.
Courses Taught: Research in Education
Trends and Issues in Instructional Design and Technology
Systematic Instructional Design
Introduction to Distance Learning
Principles of Learner Motivation
Development of Multimedia Instruction
Introduction to Program Evaluation
Management of Instructional Development
Career Specialties: In her research, Enilda Romero-Hall is currently exploring different topics in the instructional design and technology field related to web- and computer-based instruction and learning. Her research interests include the design and development of multimedia instruction, human-computer interaction, online social communities and blended/hybrid education.
Professional and Community Activities: Recent Publications:
Romero, E.J. (2017). Posting, Sharing, Networking, and Connecting: Use of Social Media Content by Graduate Students. TechTrends.
Romero, E.J. & Scott, J. (2017). Monitoring brain activity of geriatric learners with low-cost neurophysiological technology. Mind, Brain, and Education, 11(1), pp. 3-9.
Romero, E.J., Watson G.S., Adcock, A., Bliss, J., & Adams Tufts, K. (2016). Emotive responsive animated agents: Effects on visual attention, emotion, performance, and perceptions. Journal of Computer-Assisted Learning, 32(4), pp. 360-373.
Romero, E.J. (2015). Pain assessment and management in nursing education using computer-based simulations. Pain Management Nursing, 16(4), pp. 609-616.
Romero, E.J., Watson, G.S. & Papelis, Y. (2014). Using physiological measures to assess the effects of animated pedagogical agents on multimedia instruction. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 23(4), pp. 359-384.
Romero, E.J., Watson, G.S., Papelis, Y. & Garcia, H. (2014). Nursing pain assessment & management: A 3D interactive simulation. International Journal of Designs for Learning, 5(1), pp. 43-56.
Romero-Hall is a member of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT), the American Educational Research Association (AERA), the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE) and the Eastern Educational Research Association (EERA).
Honors and Awards: CIEE – International Faculty Professional Development Alumni Scholarship, 2016
Darden College Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, Old Dominion University, 2012 – 2013
Advance Simulation and Training Fellowship, Link Foundation, 2011 – 2012
Alan Mandell Award in Instructional Design & Technology, Old Dominion University, 2011
Gene Newman Award, Training & Education Track, Virginia Modeling, Analysis & Simulation Center Capstone Conference, 2011
Instructional Design Outstanding Graduate Student, Emporia State University, 2009