After 31 years at Johns Hopkins University, 11 in the Center for Educational Resources, six years and 198 posts on The Innovative Instructor, I am retiring. The good news is that my colleague, Amy Brusini, will be taking on the mantle, not only as the new editor of this blog, but as the Senior Instructional Designer in the CER.
Amy has been an Instructional Technology Specialist in the CER for 12 years. She has a BS in Music Education from Towson University and a MS in Education from Johns Hopkins University. She is currently the CER’s Blackboard expert, providing instruction and consultations to faculty for course management, instructional design, and educational technology.
The Innovative Instructor has been a labor of love for me. I am leaving it in good hands. Happy Trails!
Macie Hall, Senior Instructional Designer
Center for Educational Resources
Image Sources: CC Reid Sczerba, Center for Educational Resources