Greetings, everyone, and thank you for allowing non-SUNY folks to take part in this supportive community!
I currently serve as the online learning librarian (soon to be changed to online learning librarian) at Syracuse University Libraries, and I've been involved with libraries for only a few years. Two of my responsibilities here at SU Libraries are to support students, faculty, and staff involved in nearly two dozen fully online programs (everything from an associate's degree to an online PhD program currently in development) and creating online learning tools for all students, including information literacy and research tools geared towards undergrads and new graduate students.
I'll also be serving as an online instructor for the first time this upcoming spring, leading a section of a graduate course on library planning, marketing, and assessment. I'm excited for this opportunity not only to work with the students in the course, but also to broaden my understanding of online learning.
As I mentioned, I'm fairly new to the library and online education worlds, having completed my MS Library & Information Science in 2016 and my MS Instruction Design, Development, and Evaluation and Graduate Certificate in Advanced Studies in Designing Digital Instruction this past spring.
I believe that online education has great potential, but only when designed with a focus on learner outcomes. As part of these programs, I took approximately 12 online courses, but I would say only two of them were meaningful learning experiences for me. One of the reasons I wanted to join this community, then, was to learn from other, more experienced professionals working in online education. Looking forward to learning with you all!
Hello Fellow Professionals,
I am an eLearning Multimedia Designer for Mohave Community College. However, I wear many hats. I help online faculty with instructional design and educational technology. I am also an admin of our LMS and several other online educational softwares. Now, I am interested in the OSCAR rubric to help guild course development. Hopefully I will get to know some of you and look forward to learning from your wisdom and experience.
I am the Director of Online Learning at the Community College of Rhode Island (2 years) and spent nearly 10 at a 4 year private with a distinct college for online. The two environments and structures could not be more different.
I have been engaged with learning as an instructional designer and exhibit developer throughout my career and appreciate evaluating for outcome vs process (students feel your presence vs. posting X # of times).
I am working on implementing an OSCQR-informed course review system and look forward to working with you all.