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Instructional Designer, College of Humanities and Social Sciences


  • Title:
    Instructional Designer, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

  • Education:
    • MPA, Kennesaw State University
    • MBA, Kennesaw State University
    • BS, Georgia State University

  • Contact:
    • Office: SO 5007B
    • Tel: (470) 578-7923
    • Email: rhill23@kennesaw.edu
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  • Instructional Designer

Rhonda "Nikki" Hill is an Instructional Designer at Kennesaw State University. Originally from Rome, GA, she attended Georgia State University in downtown Atlanta where she began her university career.  After graduation, she arrived at KSU as a graduate student, where she became a graduate research assistant and interned for the City of Kennesaw.  After graduation, she went to work full-time in the Office of Distance Education in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, where she attended several technology conferences and assisted with online and hybrid course development.

She chartered and presided over the first KSU chapters of American Society for Public Administration and the Pi Alpha Alpha honor society. She received KSUs student of the year award, was inducted in Beta Gamma Sigma honor society, and was selected as Who's who among American graduate students.

  • November 2012, Ewoh , A. I. E., Hill, R. N., & Nazarova, F. (2012). Civil society organizations and policy process in tajikistan. Journal of Emeriging knowledge on emerging markets
  • December 2011, Online Educa Berlin “Immersive Learning in Mobile and Virtual Worlds”, presented with Dr. Phillip Aust, Dr. Barbara Gainey, Dr. Stephen McNeil, Dr. Tamara Powell and Ms. Nikki Hill. The presentation explored mobile learning tools, assessment tools, and web-based tools used to develop online courses in learning management system.
  • November 2011, Georgia Educational Technology Conference “Big Blue Button vs. Wimba”, Nikki Hill. This presentation compared and contrasted the two tools that can be used in conjunction with learning management systems to provide interactions among students and faculty in an online course.
  • December 2010, Online Educa Berlin “Which Tools, Which Task”, presented with Dr. Phillip Aust, Dr. Carolyn Carlson, Dr. Barbara Gainey, Dr. Stephen McNeil, Dr. Tamara Powell, Ms. Nikki Hill and Mr. Leonard Witt. This presentation identified several tools used in developing online courses by faculty at Kennesaw State University.