Ke’Anna Skipwith is the Director of Online Experiential Learning Programs at Northeastern University. In this role, she works with departments to formulate processes that are vital to the successful creation, migration, and implementation of online courses.  In addition, she makes recommendations to implement innovative concepts and models of online and hybrid learning as well as creates systems that monitor students learning, engagement and academic success.

2017 Presentation Abstract: A Technologist’s Identity: Fostering Diversity in Learning

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