Veronica Diaz


Since 2014, Veronica has served as the Director for EDUCAUSE online programs advancing the Teaching, Learning, and Professional Development division’s overall strategic priorities and member needs with excellence in online learning experiences. This includes program design and delivery, and advising senior leadership on methods for improving or enhancing member engagement and aligning services with member needs. Veronica has also been the associate director of the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative since 2009 conceptualizing and developing resources that support its 300+ member institutions in integrating teaching, learning, and technology on campus. She provides leadership to various ELI programs: Seeking Evidence of Impact, the 7 Things You Should Know About series and management for EDUCAUSE teaching and learning leadership development programs, such as Leading Academic Transformation and the Next Generation Learning Challenges. Prior to her position at ELI, Veronica supported and led learning technologies and faculty development initiatives at the Maricopa Community College Center for Learning and Instruction serving its 10-college system. While at Maricopa, she served as co-principal investigator for Maricopa’s Technological Literacy National Science Foundation grant, as co-chair to the Instructional Technology Leadership Council responsible for directing the Maricopa Community Colleges’ learning technology strategic plan, and managed the district-wide Teaching and Learning with Technology Grants Program supporting research and development in the areas of emerging technologies, assessment of online learning, and blended learning. Active in the field of online and blended learning and instructional innovation, Diaz serves on various national teaching and learning advisory boards, presents seminars nationally, and has authored several articles on faculty use of instructional technology, blended learning delivery models, intellectual property policies for distributed learning environments, privacy, and emerging technologies.

EDUCAUSE Publications

EDUCAUSE Presentations

  • Focus Session Closing
    • ELI Focus Session | New Directions in Instructional Design: Keeping Pace in a Time of Rapid Change, April 20
  • Focus Session Closing
    • ELI Focus Session | New Directions in Instructional Design: Keeping Pace in a Time of Rapid Change, April 19


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EDUCAUSE Involvement

  • Leading Academic Transformation (LAT) Advisory Committee
    • ADVISORY, 2016 - 2019
  • Security Professionals Conference 2017 Program Committee
    • PROGRAM, 2016 - 2017
  • ELI 2017 Annual Meeting Program Committee
    • ELI, 2016 - 2017
  • ELI Focus Session 2015 Program Committee
    • ELI, 2015 - 2015
  • Security Professionals Conference 2016 Program Committee
    • PROGRAM, 2015 - 2016