Machelle Linsenmeyer, Ed.D.
Director, Office of Educational Development
Adjunct Associate Professor of Family Medicine
Dr. Linsenmeyer joined the staff to establish and direct a new central campus resource to advance the educational mission of the Center and enhance faculty roles as osteopathic medical educators. She is currently working on the development and implementation of a system that will track student competencies from day one through residencies. This will
ensure the ability to match those outcomes to the required national competencies provided by the AOA/AACOM.
Dr. Linsenmeyer is also implementing a new online testing program and online survey program to allow for dissemination and collection of course and rotation evaluations/examinations, patient satisfaction surveys, etc. She consults with faculty, committees and individuals on educational research design and data analysis, course material, development of learner assessments, instructional design methodologies and technologies, general educational principles and medical education issues.
In addition, she is responsible for a graduate course and a 3rd/4th year elective rotation in educational methods. Her scholarly interests focus primarily on program evaluation, assessment and development of technologies that help advance student retention of information, and evaluation of instructional methods that promote lifelong learning. She is currently researching the use of ePortfolios and case logs in medical education.
Dr. Linsenmeyer received her Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with emphasis in Information and Communication Technology from Oklahoma State University.
Matt Vassar, Ph.D.
Curriculum & Outcomes Assessment Coordinator
Dan Thompson, M.S.
Instructional Design and Technology Specialist
Brandy Close, M.S.
Academic Data and Technology Management Specialist