Advanced Distributed Learning - Memphis Intelligent Tutoring Systems Center
Members Capabilities
Trey Martindale

Trey Martindale is an Associate Professor in the Instructional Design and Technology program in the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences at the University of Memphis. Dr. Martindale holds graduate degrees from Texas A&M University (1992) and Texas Tech University (1998). At previous university posts he helped design and develop some of the first completely online graduate degree programs in the United States. His research interests include the affordances and constraints of technological tools for instruction. This includes how learners and instructors attempt to use learning management systems, open resources, and personal learning environments. His recent research topics include student satisfaction in online learning, and the efficacy of instructional strategies when implemented online.

Dr. Martindale is also Director of the Instructional Design and Technology Studio. The Studio is a research and development center for the design of learning environments, performance support, and instructional resources. Links to Dr. Martindale's publications, funded projects, and presentations can be found at

The ADL-CITSRD is located in the FedEx Institute of Technology (FIT) on the campus of the University of Memphis. Researchers associated with the center are faculty, researchers, post-doctoral fellows, and advanced graduate students in the Institute for Intelligent Systems (IIS). The center researchers have extensive experience in research, development, and evaluation of advanced learning environments.
Research Capabilities
Cognitive studies of learning systems
Impact study of Learning Technology in Applied Settings
Development Capabilities
ITS enhancement of learning content
Service Capabilities
Usability Analysis for Learning Environments
Text Analysis Using Computational Linguistics Tools
Team Memphis Projects
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