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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.


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


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


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.



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.


1 child, Alden Merrill Meyer.

Alden Rogers

Ruth (Alden) Rogers

Alden Merrill Meyer Markle