Madeline Craig is an Instructional Designer and Adjunct Assistant Professor at Molloy College in New York. She holds an Ed.D. in adult education and a MFA in creative writing. In her role, she collaborates with faculty as they redesign their graduate courses from face-to-face to a blended model, and designs and delivers faculty workshops. Dr. Craig’s research interests include using technology to improve students’ writing and the comparison of traditional and online pedagogies.  She can be reached at or on twitter @madcraig.

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