Lawrenceville, GA, March 21, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Matthew Champagne, Ph.D., serial-entrepreneur, author and founder of The Nine Principles of Feedback was named a 2015 Technology Visionary by Survey Magazine for his influence on the survey and feedback practices in learning organizations worldwide. Dr. Champagne's theories and research spawned the web-based course evaluation industry in higher education in the 1990s and his Embedded Assessment™ feedback methodology was incorporated into the online course evaluation tools used by 88% of U.S. colleges.
Dr. Champagne merged psychology and technology to improve online learning and teaching at more than 600 colleges and training organizations and he helped create many of the innovative web-based technologies now used to improve the quality of training and customer service.
He and his team created some of the earliest mobile-friendly surveys in 2006, yielding the largest longitudinal study of its kind: 1.4 million survey responses gathered via mobile phones, tablets and computers over a 6-year period. Content from his books, journal articles, courses, and workshops have been successfully applied in nearly every industry, most recently in solar installation training and the cruise line industry.
Dr. Champagne has served as university professor and Senior Evaluator for a dozen federal and philanthropic organizations including the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of Education, the Sloan Foundation, and the Army Research Institute.
To learn more about Matthew Champagne, Ph. D. visit www.embeddedassessment.com
Online Courses: Learn to make your surveys work
Books: The Survey Playbook, volume 1: How to create the perfect survey
Journal Articles: Student use of mobile devices in course evaluation: A longitudinal study. In Educational Research and Evaluation: An International Journal on Theory and Practice.
To read Survey Magazine's 2015 Technology Trendsetter issue, visit Survey Magazine