Virtual School Meanderings

June 1, 2017

eLearning Faculty Coordinator Finds “Top Shelf” Instructional Design Certificate Program

From Monday’s inbox…

Gaining a New Perspective on Instructional Design
Dear Michael,

Dr. Laura Overstreet, full-time faculty member and eLearning Faculty Coordinator at Whatcom Community College, wanted professional development in the area of instructional design. OLC’s Instructional Designer Certificate Program gave her “a new perspective on instructional design and online learning.”

“This program provides timely information about trends in eLearning, OER, policy issues, pedagogy, and allows its participants to look into how other institutions recruit, train, plan, and implement online education,” she said.

Learn more about Laura’s experience and the benefits she found from enrolling in the Instructional Designer Certificate Program.

Keep on Learning!


Jennifer Rafferty | Director of the OLC Institute for Professional Development | Online Learning Consortium
617-716-1414 |

“I recommend this program to anyone with an interest in learning more about instructional design.  The content and skills available in these courses are appropriate for those with varying levels of expertise.”

-Dr. Laura Overstreet, Whatcom Community College

Read more about Laura’s story.

Have you had a great experience with OLC? We’d love to share your story! Contact Jean Simmons, Director of Marketing, at

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The Online Learning Consortium | P.O. Box 1238 | Newburyport | MA | 01950

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