Veronica Diaz has served as the director of online programs at EDUCAUSE since 2014 advancing the Teaching, Learning, and Professional Development division's overall strategic priorities and member needs with excellence in online learning experiences. She 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, Diaz supported and led learning technologies and faculty development initiatives at the Maricopa Community College Center for Learning and Instruction serving its 10-college system.
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.
- Blended and Flipped Learning, Faculty, Magna All Access, Magna Commons, On-Demand Seminars
- Best Practices for Designing Successful Blended Courses
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- Building effective learning experiences for increasingly diverse learners while facing financial constraints is one of the most important challenges higher education faces today. Blended instruction can help, but it takes work to fuse the worlds of face-to-face and online instruction. Veronica Diaz, associate director of the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative, shows you how to make the best of both worlds.
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