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Nancy Levenburg
Assistant Professor of Marketing
Grand Valley State University

Nancy Levenburg is presently a professor in the Marketing Department at Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She has also taught courses delivered via Internet for University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and in the MS in Education with an Option in Online Teaching and Learning program at California State University-Hayward.

Levenburg has served as a faculty member at: Purdue University, North Central College, Aquinas College, Davenport College, and Elgin Community College. She received her PhD degree in management from The Union Institute in 1995 and has written many articles about technology and education. She is a partner in Distance Learning Dynamics, Inc., a distance learning consulting and training firm, which assists higher education, K-12, and corporate entities in designing and implementing successful distance learning programs.

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// Technology Source Articles
  • Kindling the Fire: How to Attract Faculty to Distance Education
    // Faculty and Staff Development, September/October 2000
  • An Analysis of Trends in Online Education
    // Letters to the Editor, February 1999
  • Learner Success in Distance Education Environments: A Shared Responsibility
    // Commentary, January 1999
  • Distance Learning: Implications for Higher Education in the 21st Century
    // Commentary, November 1998