Murdoch, Donna (dm2760)Skip to content Skip to main navigation
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Digital Learning and Innovation
Organization & Leadership
B.S. in Media and Technology, Villanova University
M.A. in Learning Technologies Design, Columbia University Teachers College
Ed.D. in Adult Learning and Organizational Leadership, Columbia University Teachers College
Adult Learning; Adoption of New Technologies and Learning Modalities; Digital, Blended, and Online Learning in Corporate and Academic Settings; Global Learning Innovation; Workplace Learning; Education Entrepreneurship, Digital Transformation, Talent Development, Medical Education
Fear of failure as a barrier to change. Stanford University. MedicineX Annual Meeting, "Everyone Included". September 2019.
Fear - the big inhibitor of innovation and transformation. Darden Ideas to Action. November 2018. Murdoch, D. and Hess, E.
From doing digital to being digital: exploring workplace adoption of techology in the age of digital disruption. International Journal of Adult Vocational Education and Technology, December 2017. Murdoch, D. and Fichter, R.
American Academy of Adult and Continuing Education: "Starting Online Learning Programs for Adults". Annual Meeting Proceedings, 2017
Dissertation: Faculty and the Adoption of Online Instruction
We Can Be Educators Outside of Academia
Stanford University DLRN2015 November 2015
Connectivism. The (in)formal cohort and its implications in knowledge construction. World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education (E-LEARN) 2013
Paying it Forward: Networked learning as a segue to new pedagogies and paradigms. World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education (E-LEARN) 2013
We are New York - Social Media for Adult Education. Report on a project done with the NYC Mayor's Office of Adult Education. World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education (E-LEARN) 2012
Carts Before Horses: Growth in Online Learning, But Who Will Teach Their Instructors? Forbes: July 20, 2015
Shifting the Professional Development Paradigm for K-12 Online Learning. Forbes. July 29, 2015