Beth Blankenship received a BA in Philosophy in 1989 from the University of New Orleans, and an MA in English Literature and Language in 1995. Ms. Blankenship was appointed Instructional Technology Coordinator for UNO’s English department in 2002, and in that role designed and supervised the development of computer-based, networked composition classrooms where instructors guide students in developing research, composition and editing skills, allowing for peer collaboration and faculty feedback in the classroom. Ms. Blankenship has more than 15 years in online teaching experience, with training in the theory and practice of online instruction, instructional design, universal design for learning, and course evaluation standards.
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