Director of Online Programs
Jennifer Gramling, Ph.D. serves as the director of online programs, and works closely with instructional faculty who are interested in delivering online courses, and teaches workshops on topics related to best practices in online and hybrid teaching and learning.
Gramling holds bachelor’s degrees in English and History from the University of North Florida, and a master’s in Secondary Education and a Ph.D. in Education from the University of Tennessee. Gramling has been working in faculty development and online learning administration for over fifteen years. Prior to returning to her alma mater in May 2013, she held a Project Manager position in the Office of Distance Learning at Florida State University and served as the Associate Director of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning at South College.
In addition to designing and delivering workshops, Gramling oversees the development of policies and procedures related to online and hybrid programming, and collaborates with faculty and academic administrators to identify and facilitate opportunities for online educational and faculty support initiatives.
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