Veronica Armour is an Instructional Designer with the Teaching, Learning and Technology Center at Seton Hall University.  She has experience with experience developing online courses using traditional delivery methods (Blackboard, Moodle, WileyPLUS) and developing technologies. Her primary areas of focus are online course development, maker spaces/flexible learning spaces, and the Digital Humanities.  Veronica is interested in cracking open the black box of technology to explore how things work then sharing that knowledge with others.  Veronica’s career path from Social Studies teacher to Associate Editor of Geography and Chemistry digital educational materials to Instructional Designer has led her down the rabbit hole of technology.  She comes to technology with an “outsider’s” perspective and whether she is leading a design thinking workshop or developing an online course or training someone on how to create a website she works to expose “insider” knowledge to help students and faculty curate their digital presence.

2017 Presentation Abstract: Digital Pedagogies: The Role of the Instructional Designer

Previous Abstracts
2015: Technology and the Intersection of Science and Humanities: Supporting Innovation, Creativity and Hands-On Learning

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