Greg Ketcham leads the development, delivery and assessment of online and hybrid degree programs and courses at SUNY Oswego. He manages instructional design support for SUNY Oswego faculty members involved in creating and delivering web-based learning as part of SUNY Online . His responsibilities include the design and development of fully online and blended courses, as well as creating and delivering faculty development programs that support these initiatives. Additionally, Greg leads a team of advisors focused on concierge support for adult online students.
Greg's outside service includes the SUNY Learning Network Advisory Board (where he served as founding chair); vice chair of DOODLE (Directors of Online and Distance Learning Environments); advisory board service for SUNY's Center for Professional Development (CPD); proposal review and keynote/featured speaker selection for SUNY's Conference on Instructional Technologies; online learning liaison to SUNY FACT2 (Faculty Advisory Council on Teaching and Technology), 2010-2012; and as a track reviewer for EDUCAUSE, SLOAN-C/OLC, AERA and AECT. Greg received his Master's degree in Instructional Design from Syracuse University in 1996, and is currently pursuing his Ph.D in Curriculum, Instruction and the Science of Learning at the University of Buffalo.