Michelle D. Miller (Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles) is Professor of Psychology at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona. �Dr. Miller's academic background is in cognitive psychology and behavioral neuroscience, and her scholarly interests include applied memory research, psychological impacts of technology, and student success in the early college career. �Dr. Miller co-created the First-Year Learning Initiative at Northern Arizona University and is also active in course redesign, serving as a Redesign Scholar for the National Center for Academic Transformation (NCAT) and as director of course redesign initiatives at NAU. �She currently serves as a President's Distinguished Teaching Fellow. �Dr. Miller has published her work on evidence-based pedagogy in Teaching of Psychology, College Teaching, Journal of Online Learning and Teaching and Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning. �She is currently working on a book for Harvard University’s education press on cognitive perspectives on educational technology.