Marian B. Maxfield

Marian B. Maxfield is an Assistant Professor at Ashland University, Ashland, Ohio, USA. Dr. Maxfield received a B.A.Ed. in Secondary Education English, psychology, and sociology from The University of Akron, Akron, Ohio USA. She holds a M.Ed. in Instructional Technology and a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology and Instructional Technology from Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, USA. Dr. Maxfield has over a decade of experience teaching online in K-20. She designed online K-12 curriculum for First Ladies National Library and taught technology to international teachers through the IREX grant. She was the chair of the AERA Division H dissertation awards committee in 2013. Dr. Maxfield’s research interests include technology integration for pre-service teachers and K-20 professional development, mobile technologies, problem-based learning, electronic portfolios, discussion forums, information literacy, and medical education. Her scholarly work has won awards, including 2012 AERA dissertation second place, and appeared in multiple national and international peer-reviewed educational and medical journals, proceedings, and magazines.


Advancing Higher Education with Mobile Learning Technologies: Cases, Trends, and Inquiry-Based Methods
Jared Keengwe, Marian B. Maxfield. © 2015. 364 pages.
Rapid advancements in technology are creating new opportunities for educators to enhance their classroom techniques with digital learning resources. Once used solely outside of...
Videos with Mobile Technologies: Pre-Service Teacher Observations During the First Day of School
Marian B. Maxfield, Deanna Romano. © 2013. 23 pages.
Mobile technologies are becoming ubiquitous. They are used in everyday life to gather and analyze data, to synthesize information, and to solve problems. There is a growing need...