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The Future of Online Learning: Developing Highly Connected Experiences


Jun 10, 2021 01:30 PM

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Dr. Kurt Hoffman
Senior Vice President of Instruction and Student Affairs @Allegany College of Maryland
Dr. Kurt Hoffman, has a bachelor’s of science and a master’s of arts degrees in psychology from Arizona State University and Sonoma State University respectively. He also has a doctorate in educational leadership from Frostburg State University. He has been at Allegany College of Maryland (ACM) for the past 22 years where he has been a tenured associate professor, chair of the Social and Behavioral Sciences division, and for the past 6 years, Senior Vice President of Instruction and Student Affairs. He was instrumental in ACM being an original signatory college for The Democracy Commitment, has published and presented at conferences on the importance of community colleges in democratic education and civic engagement, and currently sits on the Campus Compact Community Colleges for Democracy (CC4D) leadership board. His most significant contribution to date is being girl-dad to university students Claire and Ella, and husband to Vicki.
Dr. Roxanne Russell
Director of Online Education @Columbia University's School of Public Health
Dr. Roxanne Russell is the Director of Online Education for Columbia University’s School of Public Health and has more than 20 years of university-level teaching experience and more than 15 years of professional experience designing, developing, integrating and evaluating online learning environments in higher education. Before arriving at Columbia, she worked with faculty to launch and sustain the first fully online doctoral program at Emory University, a program designed to prioritize student context, build community & scaffold real-world summative projects. Through her academic design studio, Roxanne worked with University of Virginia’s Course Design Institute to create an award-winning faculty development forum and course mapping tool. She has also served as a volunteer mentor for the Center for Disease Control’s E-Learning Institute for the past 5 years, working with public health practitioners to design & develop courses for the Public Health Foundation’s TRAIN Learning Network.