Aligning Process to Values: Transitioning to Canvas

Concurrent Session 1
Leadership

Session Materials

Brief Abstract

In 2021, OLC’s Institute for Professional Development began transitioning our workshops and programs from Moodle to Canvas. Seeing this as an opportunity to transform our offerings, we collaborated with an advisory council consisting of internal and external stakeholders and used a values-driven approach to inform our DLE course redesign.  Join us for this Conversation Not Presentation Featured session.

 

Presenters

Dylan Barth is the Director of Professional Learning at OLC. In this role, he is responsible for providing leadership and vision for the Institute for Professional Development, which offers a wide range of virtual programs intended to engage online, blended, and digital learning professionals at every level. Dylan has 20+ years of experience teaching in higher education and 12+ years working in faculty and instructional development. Prior to joining OLC, Dylan worked at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, where he developed and facilitated workshops and offered departmental and individual consultations to instructors teaching online, blended, and face-to-face courses; at UWM, he also taught courses in Women’s & Gender Studies and the Honors College. Dylan graduated from OLC’s Institute for Emerging Leadership in Online Learning (IELOL) program in 2017 and has served as a track chair for several OLC conferences. Dylan holds a Ph.D. in English from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with an emphasis on masculinities in contemporary post-apocalyptic fiction.
Elisabeth Stucklen has worked in online higher education and instructional design for over 17 years. She currently works as an Instructional Designer in OLC's Institute for Professional Development, primarily managing the Instructional Designer Certificate Program and related instructional designer workshops, and provides support to the Institute for Emerging Leadership in Online Learning (IELOL) Program. 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 Learning Experience Design program and is a mentor in the Educause ID2ID cross-mentoring program for instructional designers. 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.

Extended Abstract