Salena Rabidoux

Ms. Salena Rabidoux

Technology Liaison/Lecturer

Office of the Dean

EB 111C 
(910) 962-7615 Phone
(910) 962-4081 Fax

Courses Taught

Teaching Practicum
Instructional Technology
Instructional Design and Evaluation
Curriculum Design and Assessment
Curriculum Design, Technology, and Learning Assessment

Curriculum Studies
Technology in Higher Education
Introduction to Educational Technology
Learning, Media, Resources, and Technology
Instructional Design, Technology, and Leadership


2015 Articulate Insiders Global Contest
Awarded first place in a 4-stage contest utilizing eLearning software, resources and tools with an international participant population.

UNCW’s Excellence in eLearning Award
Nominated by a peer and competed against faculty across UNCW’s campus. Received campus-wide recognition for excellence in online course design.

Robert E. Tyndall Service Award
Nominated by peers within the Watson College of Education. Received college-wide recognition for excellence in service.  


Web 2.0 Practical Applications for Instruction
Web 2.0 Practical Applications for K-6 Classrooms
Web 2.0 Practical Applications for 6-12 Classrooms
Hunting for the Core: Using QR Codes, GPS units, and Geocaching (FETC 2013)
Get Your FACTs (Free Academic & Collaborative Technology Tools)


Co-teaching Module

Additional Information

Salena Rabidoux began her professional journey as a teacher in the public schools. During her tenure in Michigan and North Carolina, Salena enjoyed the opportunity of teaching at the elementary, middle school, and high school levels and taught primarily in urban areas and at Title 1 schools.  Mrs. Rabidoux is currently a faculty member at UNCW in the Watson College of Education.  Salena is an award-winning instructional designer that provides workshops and one-on-one assistance to other faculty within the Watson College of Education. She also provides ongoing professional development to teachers and administrators within the UNCW school partnerships. Salena currently teaches courses on instructional design and evaluation, technology integration, and curriculum design for pre-service teachers.