Sustaining the gains and building on the good outcomes associated with higher ed’s response to COVID-19 can enhance the quality and distribution of online teaching and learning, build up resources and infrastructure, and ultimately save institutions valuable time and money.
John Nworie, PhD
Dr. John Nworie is currently an independent researcher. He has held positions in higher education including Assistant Vice President for Online Learning, Faculty Development, and Instructional Technology; Executive Director of Instructional Technology; Director of the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning; Curricular and Course Development Consultant; Academic Technology Consultant; Lead (Senior); and other similar positions.
He completed his PhD in Instructional Systems with a minor in Adult Education, and a graduate certificate in Distance Education at The Pennsylvania State University. He has also completed an EdS degree in Higher Education Administration, and master’s degrees in Instructional Technology and Communications Studies. Dr. Nworie has published in various professional journals, written book chapters, and has presented at national and international conferences. His Educause Quaterly paper with Dr. Michael Albright received the EDUCAUSE 2008 Contribution of the Year Award.