Lead Instructional Designer in Custom Curriculum Development
Michelle Rudolph has more than a decade of experience in instructional design, curriculum development, graphic/web/programming, and college teaching. She has experience in course design and development in military training and development, as well as at the K-12 and higher education levels. Michelle has a bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design, a master’s degree in Arts Technology, a master’s in Educational Technology, and is currently working on a PhD in Instructional Systems and Design and a master’s in Information Technology.
She has developed new online bachelor and master’s degrees programs, in addition to certificates, and outreach courses. She has over a decade of experience in developing pedagogical strategies, technology implementations, active learning methods, and interactive content for varied student bases and fields of study.Michelle is well-versed in all public and proprietary learning management systems, all web programming languages, the Adobe Creative Suite, and elearning applications such as Adobe Presenter, Captivate, Storyline2, and Camtasia.
Michelle’s areas of research focus on Richard’s Mayer’s Principles of Multimedia Learning, competency-based learning, instructional design models, and educational technology strategies.