Melvin CobbTitle: Associate Faculty
Department: Human Development (SC)
Division: Division of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Organization: Saddleback College
Melvin J. Cobb joined Saddleback College during Spring 2011 to teach courses in the Online Educator program. He is a full-time faculty member at Long Beach City College where he oversees the Computer Proficiencies for Academic Success program. In addition, Melvin has served as a lecturer at National University and California State University, Long Beach where he teaches courses in the integration of technology into the k-12 curriculum.
Prior to teaching full-time, Melvin served as the Director of Online Education at Rio Hondo Community College where he coordinated Region II of the California Virtual Campus, a grant project commissioned to assist California community colleges develop and maintain online programs through technical support and faculty training.
When he is not teaching educational technology courses, Melvin enjoys biking, spending time with his family and coaching high school football. In addition, he enjoys writing and has published three historical fiction novels.
M.A., Ed, California State University, Dominguez Hills, 1997
B.A., California State University, Long Beach, 1991