Kimberly Kenward

Kim holds a Masters in Information and Library Studies from the University of Michigan, and joined GVSU in 2000 as an instructional designer. In addition to her instructional designer duties, she is also responsible for facilitating university-wide and department specific faculty development workshops and coordinates the Online & Hybrid Teaching Faculty Learning Communities.  She enjoys teaching the Foundations of Online/Hybrid Course Development series, and holding individual consultations with faculty who are developing and teaching online/hybrid courses.

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Education and Experience

  • M.I.L.S., University of Michigan
  • B.A., Aquinas College
  • Serves on the College of Education Technology Committee and the Faculty Advisory Committee for the GVSU Faculty Teaching & Learning Center
  • Certified in applying the Quality Matters rubric
  • Member of ISTE and MACUL

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Interests and Specialties

  • Pedagogy as it relates to technology and online instruction
  • Determining how feedback is critical in the success of learning and student performance
  • Strategies and tools one can utilize to create instructor presence, and ensure student engagement with online course content

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