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Nichole Turnage

Assistant Professor of Computer Science


Nichole Turnage served as an adjunct faculty member for OBU in fall 2009, teaching data structures, a course on the design, implementation and efficiency of advanced data structures used in software design; and systems analysis, a course covering the activities and concepts involved in the software development life cycle, including analysis, design, implementation and maintenance. The courses were taught online using video conferencing software.

She recently served as a graduate assistant at Indiana University, where she assisted with the new design of the Critical Web Reader Application, a tool used to promote critical web-reading practices in reading web-based texts. She served as a distance education graduate assistant at Indiana University from 2006-09, providing technical support to distance faculty and students.

Turnage served as an assistant instructor in instructional systems technology at Indiana University, and she was a teacher's assistant in the College of Business and Computer Science at Southwest Baptist University.

She is a member of the Association for Computing Machinery, Association for Information Technology Professionals, Association for Educational Communications Technology, Graduates in Instructional Systems Technology, and American Educational Research Association.


B.S., Southwest Baptist University
M.S., Indiana University
Ph.D. candidate, Indiana University