Our Instructional Design and Technology instructors understand the challenges of modern industry. Whether they’re creating cutting-edge online curricula or building new instructional technologies, they structure their GPS curriculum to draw on real-world expertise and connections that ultimately help our students advance their career goals. Here is a sampling of Online Instructional Design and Technology instructors:
Brian Salerno, MS is the Director of Online Learning and Assessment and Program Chair of the M.S. in Instructional Design & Technology at Brandeis University's Division of Graduate Professional Studies. Brian has over a decade of experience in instructional design and leading eLearning development teams. He has spent his career designing, assessing, supporting, and teaching fully-online courses and programs at various colleges and universities. Brian's academic focus is primarily in the fields of interactive communications, instructional design and technology, and social media. In addition to his work in higher education, he previously lead his own firm, focusing on web development, interactive content design, social media, training and development, and branding for a diverse clientele.
Dr. Kim Round currently serves as Director of Instructional Technology at Saint Anselm College. Previously, she has held technology leadership roles at Kaplan Higher Education, Merrimack College and Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering. She was selected for the prestigious 2014 Breakthrough Models Academy, sponsored by Educause and Next Generation Learning Challenges. Kim’s research interests include cloud computing’s impact on organizational leadership, as well as next generation learning management systems. Dr. Round earned her Ph.D in Computing Technology in Education from Nova Southeastern University, and her M.A. in Educational Technology Leadership from The George Washington University.
Elisabeth Stucklen, MS, is a senior instructional designer with more than ten years of experience working in online higher education and faculty development. She has extensive experience in the fields of online course design, content development, online instruction, and project management. Elisabeth earned her Master's degree in Instructional Design & Technology from Emporia State University, where she has also facilitated graduate-level courses in Moodle. Elisabeth also holds a Moodle Course Creator Certification.
Visit the Rabb School instructor directory for a full list of Brandeis GPS instructors.