Elisabeth Stucklen
MEMBER
ORGANIZATIONOnline Learning Consortium
PROFESSIONInstructional Designer
COUNTRYUnited States

Elisabeth Stucklen is an instructional designer in OLC's Institute for Professional Development, where she provides course design/production and facilitation support for the Mastery Series and Instructional Designer Certificate Program. She has worked in online higher education and instructional design for over 14 years. Prior to joining OLC, she worked as the senior instructional designer at Mount Washington College in Manchester, NH, where she was responsible for creating new online courses, providing training and support for faculty, and assisting the director in monitoring the course development process. Before MWC, she worked at Lesley University providing professional development and course design assistance to faculty.

In addition to her role with the OLC, Elisabeth also teaches online for Brandeis University in their Masters in Online Instructional Design program, is a member of the advisory board for the M.S. in Learning Design and Educational Technology at the Katz School at Yeshiva University, and is serving as a mentor in the Educause ID2ID cross-institutional peer mentoring program for instructional designer.

Elisabeth holds a Masters of Science in Instructional Design and Technology from Emporia State University, and a Bachelors of Science in Visual Communication Technology from Lesley University.

RESEARCH INTERESTS
instructional design, online learning, pedagogy, social learning, elearning trends
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