About Us

Our interests include career planning and development, teaching and counseling, and all kinds of technology. Join us here on the Technology Twins blog as we share our ideas, lessons learned, reviews, papers, presentations, and more.

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Deb S. Osborn, PhD

Deb works full time as an associate professor in the Educational and Psychology Learning Systems department at Florida State University. There, she coordinates the master’s Career Counseling program. She has over 20 years as a counselor educator. Her research and teaching interests include exploring how technology can enhance and extend counseling service delivery, innovative approaches to teaching counseling, career assessments, and the application of Cognitive Information Processing theory to career service delivery. Connect with Deb on Twitter and LinkedIn.

Melissa A. Venable, PhD

Melissa works as a full-time writer and online education advisor for HigherEducation.com. Her professional background in career advising, instructional design, and social media management informs her work on topics related to college decision-making and career development. She serves on eLearn Magazine’s Editorial Board, leading the Higher Education column, and is an adjunct online instructor at the University of South Florida and Saint Leo University. Melissa is also a certified Career Coach. Connect with Melissa on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Pinterest.

Around the Web

Individually and together you’ll find us presenting, publishing, and participating in many projects related to career development and technology. We are thankful to our friends, colleagues, and attendees at our sessions for their support and the following mentions!

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