• Mike Kelly
  • Clinical Assistant Professor,
    Educational Studies

  • Aisha Haynes
  • Instructional Designer
    Center for Teaching Excellence

  • Details

  • Monday,
  • March 31, 2014
  • 10:50 a.m. - 11:40 a.m.
  • Center for Teaching Excellence
  • Thomas Cooper Library, Room L511

This event is sponsored by the Center for Teaching Excellence.


The demand for online education continues to grow, especially as the quality and variety of online courses increases. If you want to put one of your courses online but don't know how, this session can help you get started by showing you how to work with an instructional designer. USC has readily accessible, free instructional designers who are here for you. This presentation is co-led by an instructor and instructional designer who successfully converted a traditional education course to an online format, from beginning to delivery. They'll offer tips on tools to use in course design and provide insights on how to make the most of working as a team.

About the Facilitators

Aisha Haynes, Ed.D., is an instructional designer at the Center for Teaching Excellence. She is also adjunct faculty at USC, teaching an Information Literacy and a Computer Applications in Business course online. Aisha is a member of many USC, statewide and national organizations related to distributed learning, technology and information technology accessibility for individuals with disabilities.

Patrick "Mike" Kelly, Ph.D., is a clinical assistant professor in the Programs in Special Education area at USC. He teaches graduate and undergraduate students in online and traditional format classes. His experience includes the development of online courses within his program area. Mike worked in a variety of roles in the K-12 education system for nearly 30 years prior to joining the faculty at USC, and has served in the military and worked in the criminal justice system.


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