Bio (Jordanne Christie)
Education and Technology
Jordanne Christie is an educational developer, facilitator and teacher with expertise developing and facilitating web-based, hybrid and online courses at the post-secondary level. She specializes in online and hybrid learning, and is dedicated to the design and delivery of rich and engaging online learning experiences. Christie has a strong commitment to lifelong learning and a passion for teaching and learning. Her research is focused on educational development in higher education and technology-mediated learning.
Christie works as an educational developer in the Centre for Academic and Faculty Enrichment at Durham College. She is responsible for facilitating courses in the College Teaching Certificate program, and for delivering workshops, facilitating new faculty orientation and providing one-on-one consultation to faculty on topics related to teaching and learning. She also works as an adjunct professor in the Bachelor of Arts in Adult Education and Digital Technologies program within the Faculty of Education at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology.
Christie recently defended her PhD thesis and will be graduating from the E-Research and Technology-Enhanced Learning program at Lancaster University in December (2016). She holds a Master of Education in Distance Education from Athabasca University (2010) and a Bachelor of Commerce in Information Technology Management at Ryerson University (2005).