Stephanie Parisi

Stephanie Parisi is the assistant director of online education in the Center for Faculty Development and Excellence. She serves and supports faculty in their online teaching endeavors and assists in the development online programming. Stephanie has collaborated with faculty across campus to develop massive open online courses (MOOCs) on the Coursera platform and has also served as an advisor and instructional designer for online trainings and eLearning development. She has presented at professional conferences, including the Online Learning Consortium, Ed-Media, and Association for Educational Communications and Technology, and she is currently collaborating with a group of Emory instructional designers on a research project titled “Discipline, Culture & Design: The Convergence of Pedagogy, Decision, and Practice.”
 
Stephanie has worked in instructional technology in higher education since 2010 and came to Emory in 2013 from Saint Leo University in Florida. Before joining CFDE, she was an instructional designer for Teaching & Learning Technologies in Emory Libraries and Information Technology.

Stephanie holds a master’s degree in Instructional Design (2012) and a BA in Education (2007) from Saint Leo University.