Teaching and learning leaders share thoughts on the best ways to help students achieve success.
Kimberly Eke is the Director for Teaching, Research, and Learning Services at the University of Pennsylvania Libraries. As a member of the Penn Libraries' senior management team, Kim works closely with other Directors and the Vice-Provost and Director of Libraries to set strategic directions for the Penn Libraries and to plan and assess new services, establish new programs and drive cutting edge initiatives that directly impact the teaching and learning continuum at Penn. She provides oversight for the campus learning management system (Canvas), digital scholarship and instruction services, two technology-rich information commons spaces, library teaching spaces, and the iconic Fisher Fine Arts and Penn Museum libraries.
Before working at Penn, Kim was responsible for managing enterprise learning technologies, MOOC production, course design, and multimedia development at UNC-Chapel Hill. Prior to UNC, Kim served in a variety of roles including instructional designer, faculty developer, instructor, media developer, and project manager/designer of online courses. Kim holds a Ph.D. from Michigan State University.
The move to online and hybrid learning environments presents changing needs and new opportunities for faculty development.
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