Master Online Instructors

UT Online’s Master Online Instructors are full and part-time UT faculty members who have successfully completed all five courses in the Pathway to Master Online Instructor Program (Pathway).

The primary goal of the Pathway Program is to ensure the quality of our fully online courses and programs so that students will achieve the desired learning outcomes, and have a satisfactory online learning experience.

Upon completion of the program, participants will be able to:

    • Design effective online courses by incorporating QM standards and Best Practices of online learning with technology;
    • Deliver well-structured online courses with technology effectively;
    • Apply the QM rubric and peer review process to review online courses and provide helpful recommendations; and
    • Mentor novice online instructors in online course design and delivery.

Courses in the Pathway Program are offered throughout the year. To register, visit UT Online’s workshop registration form.

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Master Online Instructors
Year Awarded Instructor College/Unit
2015 Barbara Mauter University College
2016 Claire Stuve University College
2016 Ruthie Kucharewski College of Health Science and Human Service
2016 Daniel French College of Arts and Letters
2016 Jessica Sloan Kruger College of Health Science and Human Service
2017 Barbara Saltzman College of Health Science and Human Service
2017 Barbara Kopp Miller University College, College of Health Science and Human Service
2017 Michael Douglas University College, UT Online
2018 Jill Humprhies College of Arts and Letters, Africana Studies
2018 Sely-Ann Headley-Wilson School of Population Health
2018 Jennifer Perion School of Population Health
2018 Melissa Gleckler University College, UT Online
2018 Shujuan Wang Judith Herb College of Education
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Last Updated: 9/12/18