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About Julianne Miranda

Julianne Miranda is Butler University's Senior Director, Center for Academic Technology. Julianne brings a unique blend of experience as a faculty member, a teacher, a technologist and a leader.
Julianne has served as Director of Faculty Instructional Technology Support at DePauw University, where she supported all disciplines. She also served as the Director of Music Instructional Technology and was responsible for the creation of the Music Instructional Technology Center, a teaching and learning facility for music technology.
Julianne was most recently the Chief Information Officer and Deputy Executive Director for the Music Teachers National Association, where she was responsible for all aspects of IT.

Curriculum Vitae



Research Interests

Instructional Technology and Music Technology

Honors and Awards

  • United States Patent and Trademark Office, Reg. No. 3,372,445; principle investigator for Association in a Box® content management system for MTNA state associations (awarded to Music Teachers National Association)
  • Mellon Dyad Grant, Strengthening Intellectual Communities ($2000 grant to establish faculty learning community)
  • EDUCAUSE Award for Systemic Progress in Teaching and Learning
  • Midwest Instructional Technology Center, grant to fund a symposium titled "Making IT Work: Collaborating for Universal Access in the Liberal Arts" in Crawfordsville, IN ($28,000 awarded to Wabash College)


Contact Information

Senior Director, Center for Academic Technology
(317) 940-4663
jmiranda@butler.edu
Jordan Hall, Rm 037D

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