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Computer science educator

Susan Meyer Markle, American computer science educator. Recipient Publication of Year award National Society Programmed Instruction, 1965; with P.W. Tiemann Outstanding Instructional Product award, 1968.

Background

Markle, Susan Meyer was born on November 11, 1928 in Buffalo. Daughter of Alden and Ruth (Alden) Rogers.

Education

Student, Smith College, 1946-1949;Bachelor of Arts, University Buffalo, 1951;Master of Arts, University Buffalo, 1954;Doctor of Philosophy, University Buffalo, 1960.

Career

Research fellow, Harvard University, 1956-1960;director programming, Center for Programed Instruction, New York City, 1960-1962;assistant professor, University of California at Los Angeles, 1962-1965;head instructional design, University of Illinois, Chicago, 1965-1983;head instructional design Media Production Center, University of Illinois, 1977-1983;associate professor psychology, University of Illinois, 1965-1969;professor, University of Illinois, 1969-1993;head microcomputer applications Instructional Research Laboratory, College Education, University of Illinois, 1984-1993;professor emeritus, University of Illinois, since 1993. Consultant Agency for International Development, India, 1966, 70, Air Training Command, 1963-1973, President's Commn.on Instructional Technology, 1969-1970, National Institute Education, 1973, Ednl. Products Information Exchange, 1974, others.

Works

Membership

Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Psychological Association (education and training board 1970-1973, 78-81, division representative council 1975-1978). Member National Society Programmed Instruction (life, president 1966, chairman editorial board 1965-1966, 68-72), American Educational Research Association, Sigma Xi.

Connections

1 child, Alden Merrill Meyer.

father:
Alden Rogers

mother:
Ruth (Alden) Rogers

child:
Alden Merrill Meyer Markle