instructor imagePsy 501, Issues in Using the Internet in Instruction: Instructor Biography

My commitment is to truth, not consistency.--Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi

Sally Kuhlenschmidt earned her B.S. in psychology from Centre College, Danville, KY. She received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology in May, 1986, from Purdue University. While at Purdue she minored in industrial/organizational psychology. Dr. Kuhlenschmidt is a licensed clinical psychologist.

She has taught in the Psychology Department at Western Kentucky University since 1986, covering graduate and undergraduate courses in Intelligence Assessment, Behavior Modification, Interviewing, Tests and Measurement, and Educational Psychology.

Dr. Kuhlenschmidt has directed WKU's faculty development office (The Center for Teaching and Learning) since August of 1994. Her involvement in technology issues includes scripting videotapes for instructing caregivers of elderly adults, teaching in the interactive television classroom, producing a radio show, and teaching a course via the Internet since the spring of 1998.

She has used a variety of technologies in her courses and professional life including presentation software, discussion groups and newsgroups and has attended numerous national conventions dealing with issues concerning technologies in the classroom. Dr. Kuhlenschmidt has been active on the Faculty Development Workgroup of the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education, formerly a workgroup of the Kentucky Commonwealth Virtual University.

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