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Dr. David Richard Moore holds the B.S. in Agricultural and Applied Economics from Virginia Tech. He also holds the M.S. in Training and Development and the Ph.D. in Instructional Systems Design, both from Virginia Tech. Dr. Moore teaches courses in Instructional Design, Computer-based Instruction, and Philosophy of Instructional Technology. His research interests include computer assisted learning, simulations, and instructional design, instructional technology, and spatial response assessment.
Most Recent Publications:
Moore, D.R., & Hsiao, E. (2012). Concept learning and the limitations of arcade-style games. International Journal of Game-Based Learning (IJGBL), 2(3), 1-10. doi:10.4018/ijgbl.2012070101
Ahn, J., & Moore, D. (2011). The relationship between students accent perception and accented voice instructions and its effect on students achievement in an interactive multimedia environment. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 20(4), 319-335.
Hsu, C-H, & Moore, D. R. (2011). Formative research on the Goal-based Scenario model applied to computer delivery and simulation. The Journal of Applied Instructional Design, 1(1), 13-24.
Moore, D. R. (2011). Technology literacy: The extension of cognition. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, (22)2, pp. 185-193.
Moore, D.R. (2009). Designing online learning with Flash San Francisco: Pfeiffer & Jossey Bass.