Meredith V. Parker

Instructional Designer

Primary Responsibilities

  • Consults with faculty, administrators, and instructional staff on design, development, and evaluation of instructional programs, materials, methods; student support systems; teaching and assessment techniques, and on the construction of evaluation programs and studies to promote effective teaching and learning through formative and summative evaluation procedures, data sources, and instruments.
  • Develops and provides faculty development activities including training and innovations updates, selection and construction of materials, and instructional uses of new technologies.
  • Researches, evaluates, and develops applications of new technologies, materials, and techniques for their applicability to educational uses.
  • Coordinates and/or consults on special learning, instructional, and assessment programs and projects.
  • Develops and maintains training materials (both print and web) for faculty and students on the Blackboard Learning Management System.

Education & Experience

  • University of Arizona M.S in Educational Technology and a M.A. in Counseling and Mental Health.
  • Winona State University, B.A. in Mass Communications/Public Relations.
  • Instructor at the University of Arizona; implemented online classes to transitioning students (2011-2015).
  • Advisor at the University of Arizona; utilized technology in recruitment and advising to connect students to the University (2010-2015).
  • Career Counselor at University of Colorado Colorado Springs; designed interactive presentations to student population (2015-2016).

700 Pelham Rd. N
Jacksonville, Alabama
36265-1602

212A Self Hall

(256) 782-8172

mvparker@jsu.edu

Fax: (256) 782-8128