Director of Online Learning and Instructional Design; Program Development Chair for the Instructional Design and Technology program; Instructor in the Rabb School of Continuing Studies, Division of Graduate of Professional Studies.
Rabb School, 2nd floor
Rabb School, 2nd floor
Departments/ProgramsRabb School of Continuing Studies, Division of Graduate Professional Studies
DegreesQuinnipiac University, M.S.
Quinnipiac University, B.A.
ProfileBrian Salerno, MS is the Director of Online Learning and Instructional Design and the Program Chair of the M.S. in Instructional Design & Technology Program at Brandeis University, Division of Graduate Professional Studies. He is currently responsible for managing the online learning infrastructure and instructional design team within the Rabb School at Brandeis, and has significant background in instructional design, academic technology, faculty development, and leadership of cross-functional teams.
Brian has over a decade of experience designing, developing, assessing, and teaching online courses and programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Brian's academic focus is primarily in the fields of instructional design, communications, technology, and interactive media. Prior to joining the faculty of Brandeis GPS, Brian taught and developed online and on-campus courses at Quinnipiac University, University of New Haven, and Manchester Community College in Connecticut, and at Mount Washington College in New Hampshire. In addition to his teaching positions, Brian formerly held the positions of Director of Online Programming & Instructional Design at Mount Washington College (formerly Hesser College), Director of eLearning at University of New Haven, and an Assistant Director, College of Professional Studies and Instructional Designer for QU Online at Quinnipiac University.
In addition to his work in higher education, he previously served as the owner and lead member of his own consulting firm focused on web development, interactive content design, social media, elearning development, and digital communications for a diverse clientele.
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