Michael H. Bush, Ed.D.

Assistant Professor College of Distance Education
Michael H. Bush faculty photo

Biography

Michael Bush is a Professor of Distance Education Methodology, Technology, and Instructional Design. With over twenty-years of distance education and digital media leadership, he specializes in technology innovation in civilian/military adult education. Dr. Bush also teaches in the College of Distance Education and is a college-wide assessment committee member to ensure curricula meet Joint Professional Military Education and regional accreditation needs. He serves as an expert practitioner and consultant in online instructional design, innovation, instruction, and evaluation while developing andragogic theories, teaching practices, and technological integration.

Areas of Expertise

  • Leadership

Professional Highlights

2020

Assistant Professor, of Distance Education Methodology, Technology, and Instructional Design

Expert practitioner and consultant in online instructional design, innovation, instruction, and evaluation while developing andragogic theories, teaching practices, and technological integration.
2017

Deputy Director of Alumni Programs & Lifelong Learning

Directed the USNWC Graduate Network of Lifelong Learning. Advised as a senior learning innovationist. Research focus on quality course review and implementation through the appropriate metrics, media solutions, and faculty mentoring.
2006

Researcher, Technologist, Innovationist

Specialized in emerging technologies, adult blended learning, distance education, instructional design, digital media, and intellectual property.
2004

Supervisor of Blended & Distributed Learning Networks, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Supervised both virtual and onsite teams in the production of blended learning courses for both online and on-ground based instruction. Directed blended learning faculty development.

Education

Ed.D., Pepperdine University, Educational Technology

M.S., Abilene Christian University

B.A., Lipscomb University

Related Credentials

Online Learning Consortium and State University of New York Course Quality Review (OSCQR) Trainer
2018

External Memberships and Associations

Online Learning Consortium
Member

EDUCAUSE
Member

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