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Carole Currie
Carole began her involvement with Instructional Design with a career in corporate training where the focus was on the ADDIE (Analysis Design Development Implementation and Evaluation) Model of instructional design.  She found this design model particularly useful from the ROI (Return on Investment) standpoint.  When she entered higher education, she was introduced to the Backwards Design and Agile Models.  She has found that the Backwards Design Model provides an efficient foundation for introducing instructors to design principles.  Carole is also a Quality Matters Master Course Reviewer and translates this model to her work in instructional design.
 

Adrienne Gauthier
Adrienne J. Gauthier, M.Ed. is a learning designer at Dartmouth College. She collaborates with STEM faculty through course design projects that focus heavily on learner-centered strategies. Other projects include designing and facilitating workshops with our teaching and learning center, constructing project goals as a team, managing the undergraduate Learning Fellows Program, and investigating new educational technologies. Professional interests include becoming fluent in learning experience design and education research methods.

 

Edward O'Neil
Edward R. O'Neill holds a Ph.D. in Film and Media Studies. After postdoctoral fellowships in social thought and media, he taught at USC Film School and UC Santa Cruz, among other places. After a decade of teaching, Edward held staff positions in instructional technology and design at Stanford, USC, and Yale. His recent consulting work involves supporting the professional development of professors and staff in higher education with regard to pedagogy, learning technology, and creative problem-solving. He co-hosts a podcast on teaching in higher education called the Teach Better Podcast, and his book Brain-based Design Thinking is available as an Amazon Kindle ebook. 

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Judy Teng
Judy Teng, Ph.D. is the Director of the Office of Instructional Design in Center for Innovative Learning at Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Judy leads the Instructional Design Team to provide faculty support to both Albany and Vermont campuses of the College. Judy holds a doctorate degree on Curriculum and Instruction. Her research and practice interests involve curriculum and instructional design and development, distance education, ePortfolio, faculty development, student learning assessment, and program development and evaluation. Judy embraces learner-centered teaching for face-to-face, blended, and online learning environments. She published papers of her research and practice in professional journals and presented at regional, national, and international conferences.

 

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