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Kevin Glover

Kevin Glover


  • Lehigh University, PhD, Teaching, Learning & Technology , 2021
  • Lehigh University, MS, Instructional Technology , 2010
  • Temple University, MEd, Curriculum Design & Instruction , 2004
  • Temple University (Tyler School of Art), BFA, Graphic Design, 1980

Areas of Expertise

  • Learner Analysis
  • Assessment Instrument Development, and Instrument Validity & Reliability Testing
  • Evidence-Based Instructional Design and Content Development


Dr. Kevin Glover has deep experience in the design, development, implementation, and testing of simulation-based clinical education solutions which result in measurable performance improvement. His simulation-based education outcomes research has been published in peer-reviewed journals such as, Simulation & Gaming, the Journal of Infusion Nursing, TechTrends, the Journal for Continuing Education in Nursing, and Simulation in Healthcare. He holds two advanced degrees focused on simulation-based learning, a Master of Science in Instructional Technology, and a PHD in Teaching, Learning, and Technology. His doctoral research was focused on the development and testing of a simulation-based game with 12th grade emerging health professional students at the Lehigh Career and Technical Institute. Dr. Glover has been an active member of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare since 2010, and he is a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator (CHSE). He currently serves as a peer reviewer for two medical education journals, Simulation & Gaming, and Medical Internet Research / Serious Games.