Alisa Cooper

Biography

Alisa took over as the Faculty Director of the Center for Teaching, Learning and Engagement in Fall of 2014 where she collaborates, coordinates, and strategizes with the Instructional Designer, CTLE Staff, eCourses faculty lead, Faculty Developers and serves as the liaison with academic departments and other divisions/areas across the college. She serves as the chair of the CTLE Advisory committee. Currently Alisa serves on a district committee where she helps guide leadership in open educational resources as tri-chair for the Maricopa Millions Steering team, an OER district project. Alisa remains an English professor at Glendale Community College on a limited basis, where she teaches hybrid and online freshman composition and literature courses. She previously served as an assistant chair/eCourses coordinator for the English Department, but still works with faculty to create and/or improve their online/hybrid courses. She previously served as eCourses Faculty Lead for the college and headed the campus eCourses committee. In addition, Alisa works as an advisor for the ELI 7 Things publication and conducts webinars and in person workshops on Blended Course Design, Engaging Students in the Online Environment, Social Media and Cloud Based Technologies for national organizations. She is a Quality Matters certified master reviewer and conducts QM reviews on hybrid and online courses in the district.

EDUCAUSE Presentations