Instructor in the Rabb School of Continuing Studies, Division of Graduate Professional Studies.
Departments/ProgramsRabb School of Continuing Studies, Division of Graduate Professional Studies
DegreesEmporia State University, M.S.
ProfileElisabeth Stucklen, MS, is an instructional designer with more than thirteen years of experience working in online higher education and faculty development. She has experience in online course development, content development, online instruction, and project management.
Elisabeth currently works as an instructional designer with the Online Learning Consortium’s (OLC) Institute for Professional Development, providing educational and professional development opportunities in online teaching and learning through online webinars, teaching certificates, workshops, and opportunities for learning professionals to serve as facilitators in their areas of expertise. Her main role within the Institute is management of the OLC Instructional Designer Certificate Program and OLC Mastery Series, including support of the program/series and its facilitators while each is in progress, analyzing the effectiveness of existing training, and designing and developing new programs and course curricula aligned with the Institute's business needs and learning objectives.
Prior to joining OLC, Elisabeth held the positions of senior instructional designer at Mount Washington College in Manchester NH, and eLearning Resources Support Specialist at Lesley University in Cambridge MA. She has also developed and facilitated several online courses, including Learning Management Systems for Online Course Design (for Brandeis’ M.S. in Instructional Design online program), a Foundations to Moodle 2 course for working professionals, and a Moodle Training course.
Elisabeth has an MS degree in Instructional Design and Technology from Emporia State University and a BS degree in Visual Communication Technology from Lesley College. She also holds a Moodle Course Creator Certification.
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