Blessing F. Adeoye
Educational Technology Walden University
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Winfred Akins
Adult Education
Louise Murray
Health Sciences
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Louise Murray
Health Sciences
Todd Wallis
Adjunct Professor
About Me

After graduating from the Southern University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, completed a master's degree in Technology from the Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, Illinois.  Il, and completed a Doctorate degree in Education (with specialization in Educational Technology) at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

Before joining the educational sector was a Principal Investigator with the United States Army Corps of Engineers for 12 years.

Successful background in teaching, mentoring and conducting educational research in universities. 

Currently teaching the doctoral capstone and mentors Ph.D. and EdD candidates in Educational Technology.

Deep passion for lifelong learning, teaching, research, professional development, and leading high-performance teams.

Has presented at numerous conferences and published over 40 peer-reviewed articles as well as 10 books related to Educational Technology.

Research interests focus primarily on technology, educational theory and practice, and the use of research to improve the quality of education.

Additional background accomplishments include Microsoft Educator Center certificates in the following course: Riding the Wakelet Wave, Combine the power of Schoology and Microsoft Teams, Collaborate faster using Microsoft Teams for higher education staff, Transform Learning with Microsoft Teams, Crafting a collaborative learning environment with Class, Digital storytelling with Microsoft Sway, and Certified Microsoft Innovative Educator.

Finally, a Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM) since 2003.

(PhD) Doctor of Philosophy - 2004

Educational Technology

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

(MS) Master of Science - 1995


Eastern Illinois University

Bachelor - 1990


Southern University and A&M College

Teaching History
Educational Technology
Walden University

May 2015 - May 2022

• Guided students in using technology to support research; more than 500 students used technology to support research and learning in one semester.
• Initiated and moderated online classroom discussions every quarter since 2015 for all graduate students. 
• Mentor EdD and Ph.D. students, supervise doctorate students, and chair dissertation committee.

Senior Lecturer

Apr 2008 - Aug 2015

Teaching courses in Educational Technology, conducting research in Education, and publishing articles in Education.

Areas of Specialization
Education instructional design Educational Technology

Fields of Study
Education Educational Technology



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Learning Styles and Cultural Differences in Online Learning Environments in the Twenty-First Century

The nature of learning is changing, especially learning in the twenty-first century. It's increasingly becoming more to do with student-centered learning. It emphasizes digital literacy, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills. This chapter revisited online learning environments in terms of differences in the learning styles of Nigerian university students according to their cultural backgrounds. The author also reviewed past research that focused on culturally different learning styles in online learning environments. Of specific interest are the studies that examined the same issue in the twenty-first century. This chapter concluded based on the review of literature that a person's learning style could affect how they react to any learning situation, including learning online; therefore, knowledge of learning styles could help in the selection of appropriate instructional designs and teaching strategies for courses. In the case of the students at the University of Lagos, it was found that students with different learning styles have different responses to online learning within their culture.

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