CV

Curriculum Vitae

Lisa Johnson, Ph.D.

Updated April 2019

Objective

Experienced instructional design and technology professional leading and collaborating on proactive teams for the advancement of society with technology-enhanced solutions to education for the betterment of the human condition through reflective service, practice, and publications in the human learning sciences.

Education

College Study / Degrees

2010 – Ph.D.   

Doctor of Philosophy
Education | Instructional Design for Online Learning  
Capella University – College of Education
Dissertation:   Inherent   Contradictions:   Wikis,   Activity   Systems,   Classroom Community and Instructional Designs for Online Learning

1999 – Ed.M.            

Master of Education
Social Science Instruction | Educational Technology
Georgia State University – College of Education
Portfolio: Facilitating Authentic Learning with Technology

1996 – 1998               

Post-baccalaureate Coursework
Applied Urban and Medical Anthropology
Georgia State University – College of Arts and Sciences
Emphasis: Heath and health-seeking behavior among refugees and immigrants; internet and health-sites as catalysts for misconceptions about wellness; socialization and the Imagineering of community in urban contexts.

1995 – B.A.               

Bachelor of Arts
Anthropology
Florida State University – College of Arts and Sciences
Emphasis: Ancient and modern Maya; perceptions of community, kinship; public health.

1992 – A.A.               

Associate of Arts
Anthropology
Santa Fe College – School of Arts and Sciences
Early college admission program; Achieved high school diploma (1990) and continued with an emphasis in courses related to the social and behavioral sciences.

Professional Development

A selected list of certificates-earning professional development which does not include all webcasts or workshops completed (e.g., product awareness and training) and associations such as ATD, WCET, OLC, etc.).

Ashford University

2019 in progress   

EdTalks Series
College of Education Professional Development Committee webcast series of 45-minute presentation and discussion sessions examining the student perspective of encountering modeling and instruction incorporating successful habits in the classroom; based on Covey’s (2014) 7 Habits of Highly Effective College Students.

2019

Instructor Presence Certificate Course
Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) self-paced 6-module course designed to empower faculty with tools to inspire, encourage engagement, and increase success and fulfillment for students. Focused on the Teaching, Cognitive and Social Presences as conveyed in the Garrison, et al. Community of Inquiry (CoI) Model.

2018                           

The 4 Essential Roles of Leadership
College of Education Professional Development Committee 2-day on-site workshop led by certified trainers; based on FranklinCovey’s The 4 Essential Roles of Leadership.

EdTalks Series: Poverty & Learning
College of Education Professional Development Committee webcast series of 45-minute presentation and discussion sessions examining barriers online students face, how to recognize them, and how to respond and support student success; based on Beegle’s (2007) See Poverty…Be the Difference!.

2017                           

EdTalks Series 1: Mindset
College of Education Professional Development Committee webcast series of 45-minute presentation and discussion sessions examining the power of mindset for faculty and their online learners; based on Dweck’s (2006) Mindset: The New Psychology of Success and Brock and Hundley’s (2016) Growth Mindset Coach.

EdTalks Series 2: Brain-Based Learning
College of Education Professional Development Committee webcast series of 45-minute presentation and discussion sessions examining instructor best practices in a study of brain-based learning, exploring how knowledge about the brain can help faculty to be more effective in the classroom; based on the  2008 Jossey-Bass Reader on The Brain and Learning.

2016                           

EdTalks Series: Emotional Intelligence
College of Education Professional Development Committee webcast series of 45 minute presentation and discussion sessions examining the power of Emotional Intelligence and its impact for faculty and students; based on Goleman’s (2005) Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ.

2015                           

EdTalks Series: Under-Resourced Learners
College of Education Professional Development Committee webcast series of 45-minute presentation and discussion sessions examining the eleven resources college students bring to the online classroom; based on Becker, Krodel and Tucker’s (2009) Understanding and Engaging Under-Resourced College Students.

Colorado Community Colleges Online (CCCOnline)

2011                

Managing Discussions
Two-week asynchronous research-based workshop outcomes examining methods for building community with online discussions, crafting online discussion questions, developing a philosophy for online discussions, and strategies for engaging online discussions. Originally Certified in 2002.

2010                  

Course Mapping
One-week asynchronous facilitated workshop examining outcome and assessment alignment and course blueprinting to ensure instructional and assessment strategies are aligned to desired learning objectives, outcomes, and standards. Originally Certified in 2006.

Rubrics
One-week asynchronous facilitated workshop examining the purpose, design, and implementation of holistic and analytic rubrics for course-based assessment and evaluation. Originally Certified in 2006.

Learning Styles (Differentiated Instruction)
One-week asynchronous facilitated workshop examining differentiated instructional techniques using the methods advocated for by various researchers into learning styles and multiple intelligences. Originally Certified in 2003.

Measuring What Matters
One-week asynchronous facilitated workshop examining effective classroom assessment measures including formative and summative assessment in online learning environments. Originally Certified in 2005.

Virtual Teams
Two-week asynchronous facilitated workshop examining virtual groups, including their formation, challenges, solutions, and associated models for their facilitation. Originally Certified in 2004.

Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI)                            

2019, 2014   

Social and Behavioral Research Basic
Certificate Verification
An 11 module refresher course for the core social and behavioral research topics including authorship, collaborative research, conflicts of interest, human subjects, and research misconduct.]

Social and Behavioral Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR)
Certificate Verification
An 8 module refresher course for the core RCR topics including the core norms, principles, regulations, and rules governing the practice of research.

EdX | Harvard University

2014                           

Leaders of Learning
Course led by Harvard University’s Dr. Robert Elmore focused on identifying and developing a personal theory of learning, exploring how it fits into the shifting landscape of learning through an examination of learning, leadership, organizational structure, and physical design.

eTeaching Institute

2011                           

Developing Online Courses
Course completed at the eCollege division of Pearson Education focused on research-based practices and techniques for developing asynchronous online courses.

Teaching Online Courses
Course completed at the eCollege division of Pearson Education focused on research-based practices and techniques for facilitating asynchronous online courses.

Quality Matters®

2019

QM® Rubric Update Role Reinstatement (RRUR) Course 2019
Course to update role eligibility related to the rubric differences in the QM® 2018 Rubric Update.

2014      

QM® Rubric Update 2014
Course to update training for QM®-Certified Peer Reviewers with the updated QM Rubric.

2012                           

QM® Peer Reviewer Course (PRC) 2008-2013
Course to prepare experienced online faculty to become QM®-Certified Peer Reviewers.

QM® APPQMR using 2011-2013
Course to prepare experienced online faculty to become QM®-Certified Peer Reviewers with the QM® Rubric.

Experience

A list of positions held and contractual work completed in the profession of instructional design and technology, training, and higher education administration.

Academic Employment

A list of achievements in each position can be provided with PDF CV by request. See the Course Design and Facilitation section of this CV for a list of courses affiliated with institutions.

2017 – Present           

Core Faculty Online, Assistant Professor
MS Program, Instructional Design and Technology (MSIDT)
College of Education | Ashford University

2012 – Present           

Associate Faculty (Adjunct)
MA Program, Education (MAED)
MA Program, Teaching & Learning with Technology (MATLT)
BA Program, Instructional Design (BAID)
College of Education | Ashford University

2013 – 2017               

Core Faculty Online, Assistant Professor
MA Program, Teaching & Learning with Technology (MATLT)
College of Education | Ashford University

2012 – 2013               

Program Chair, Online Assistant Professor
MA Teaching & Learning with Technology (MATLT)
College of Education | Ashford University

2011 – 2012              

Online Instructor
Social Sciences Department | Colorado Mountain College

2008 – 2010               

Online Instructor
Social Sciences Department | Colorado State University – Global

2002 – 2012              

Online Instructor
Cultural Sciences Department | Colorado Community Colleges Online

1996 – 1998               

Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant
Anthropology & Geography Department | Georgia State University

Professional Employment

A list of achievements in each position can be provided with PDF CV by request.

2011 – 2012                  

Academic Trainer and Consultant
Pearson – eCollege

2007 – 2011               

Associate Director of Training & Professional Development
Colorado Community College System | CCCOnline

2006 – 2008               

Instructional Technologist
Nevada State College

Consulting

2017               

iDesign, LLC. | Learning Architect Contract
Consulted with clients on design and development of online courses; Consulted on materials and curriculum conversions for online programs; Advised leadership on online program management strategic planning

2015               

University System of Georgia | Faculty Trainer Contract
Developed and delivered a workshop on infographic design, development, and implementation for course development and learner assessment.

2014               

Boise State University – eCampus | Pro-Bono Consultant
Consulted with the instructional design team about collaborative course design processes to bridge gaps between faculty and instructional design staff

2013               

Commonwealth for Learning | Instructional Designer Contract
Ed.M. program & unit developer for this voluntary association of more than 50 independent sovereign states; Provided expert support to other consultants to meet international curriculum goals, including OER education for teachers in Rwanda.

2012               

American Honors College | Instructional Designer Contract
Collaboration among community colleges, nationally renowned education experts, and top tier universities in the USA to create 2+2 pathways for bachelor degrees.

2002 – 2011    

CCCOnline | Instructional Designer and Development Contract
Collaboration on curriculum development process for instructional design team and initiatives related to course-associated student services.

1996 – 1998    

Cultural Liaison & Research Consultant | Georgia Mutual Assistance Association
Developed and led donations for Afghani, Laotian, and Vietnamese women to receive necessary household goods; Performed various research and service duties for this non-profit organization serving refugees and immigrants in Greater Atlanta.

Recognition / Awards

2017         

Forward Thinking Q4 BPI Employee Award
Bridgepoint Education | Ashford University

2015               

Outstanding Academic Scholar Award Nominee
College of Education, Ashford University

2009               

Faculty Leadership Award
Colorado Community Colleges Online

2008               

Faculty of the Year Award
Colorado Community Colleges Online

2006               

Gold Medal Faculty Award
Colorado Community Colleges Online

2005               

Gold Medal Faculty Award
Colorado Community Colleges Online

2004               

Gold Medal Faculty Award
Colorado Community Colleges Online

Service

A selected listing of service internal and external to organizations and universities.

Peer Reviewer

2016 – Present      

Online Learning Journal (OLJ)
Published by the Online Learning Consortium (OLC)

2015 – Present           

Journal of Computing in Higher Education (JCHE)   
Published by Springer

2015 – Present           

Journal of Applied Instructional Design (JAID)
Published by Association for Educational Computing Technologies (AECT)

2012 – Present           

Quality Matters (QM® )
Certified Peer Reviewer

Other Service

2016 – Present           

Founding Participant & IDA Representative
Student Organization Advisors Community (SOAC)
Ashford University

2016 – Present           

Faculty Advisor
Instructional Design at Ashford (IDA) Student Organization
Ashford University

2012 – 2014               

Co-Chair
Student Authentication and Academic Integrity Common Interest Group
WICHE- Cooperative for Educational Technologies (WCET)

2012 – 2013               

Faculty Senator | Institutional Effectiveness Council Chair
College of Education, Ashford University

2013 – 2017               

Faculty Representative 
Originality Matters Taskforce
Ashford University

2013 – 2017               

Instructional Design Specialist & Faculty Representative        
Discussion Forum Taskforce
Ashford University

2013 – 2017               

Instructional Design Specialist & Faculty Representative
Graduate Readiness Information Taskforce
College of Education, Ashford University

2013 – 2014               

Faculty Representative & Community Co-Leader
Dangerous Designers – Community of Practice
Ashford University

2013 – 2014               

Instructional Design Specialist & Faculty Representative
Online Course Design Handbook and Orientation Workgroup
Ashford University

2013 – 2014               

Faculty Representative
Instructor Guidance Taskforce
College of Education, Ashford University

2010 – 2012               

Co-Chair
Subcommittee on Academic Integrity Resources
Student Authentication and Academic Integrity Common Interest Group
WICHE- Cooperative for Educational Technologies (WCET)

2008 – 2011               

Committee Member
Faculty Conference Planning and Implementation Committee
Colorado Community Colleges Online, Denver, Colorado, USA

2006 – 2007               

Faculty & Instructional Technologist
Student Orientation, Retention, and Persistence Taskforce
Nevada State College

1996 – 1998               

Curriculum Designer and Faculty Project Coordinator
Social Sciences Curriculum Designer and Developer – Biological Anthropology
Grant from Vice-Chancellor of Technology and Distance Learning
State of Georgia via Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

1992 – 1993               

President
Students for Environmental Harmony
Santa Fe College, Gainesville, Florida, USA

Course Design and Facilitation

In my role as Online Assistant Professor with Ashford University (2012 – present), I have participated in numerous course design initiatives for multiple programs in the College of Education as an Instructional Design Specialist and not all of those courses are represented here. Programs served included Early Childhood Education and Child Development Programs and the Masters of Arts in Special Education.

This section includes courses I have designed and served as instructor/professor for at the college and university level. It does not include courses where I served only in the capacity of instructional/learning design expert and/or subject matter expert.

Graduate-Level

Learning Sciences & Instructional Design

Advanced Instructional Design and Technology
IDT 609, Ashford University
Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology (MSIDT) Program

Advanced Instructional Design and Technology II
IDT 610, Ashford University
Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology (MSIDT) Program

Evaluation of Instructional Systems
IDT 607, Ashford University
Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology (MSIDT) Program

Instructional Analysis I
IDT 601, Ashford University
Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology (MSIDT) Program

Instructional Analysis II
IDT 602, Ashford University
Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology (MSIDT) Program

Instructional Design and Technology I
IDT 603, Ashford University
Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology (MSIDT) Program

Instructional Design and Technology II
IDT 604, Ashford University
Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology (MSIDT) Program

Instructional Design Final Project Phase II – Capstone
IDT 612, Ashford University
Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology (MSIDT) Program

Instructional Design Project Management
IDT 605, Ashford University
Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology (MSIDT) Program

Instructional Design Technology Research
IDT 606, Ashford University
Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology (MSIDT) Program

Instructional Design & Delivery
EDU652, Ashford University
Master of Arts in Teaching & Learning with Technology (MATLT) Program
Master of Arts in Education (MAED) Program

Instructional Development I
IDT 608, Ashford University
Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology (MSIDT) Program

Instructional Leadership
EDU658, Ashford University
Master of Arts in Teaching & Learning with Technology (MATLT) Program
Master of Arts in Education (MAED) Program

Final Project Phase I 
IDT 611, Ashford University
Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology (MSIDT) Program

MATLT Capstone: A Project Approach
EDU697, Ashford University
Master of Arts in Teaching & Learning with Technology (MATLT) Program

Technologies for Teaching and Learning
EDU649, Ashford University
Master of Arts in Teaching & Learning with Technology (MATLT) Program
Master of Arts in Education (MAED) Program

Trends & Issues in Instructional Design for Online Learning
EDU655, Ashford University
Master of Arts in Teaching & Learning with Technology (MATLT) Program
Master of Arts in Education (MAED) Program

Undergraduate-Level

Learning Sciences / Instructional Design

Adult Learning & Instruction
EDU362, Ashford University
Bachelor of Arts in Instructional Design (BAID) Program

Evaluation of E-Learning
EDU336, Ashford University
Bachelor of Arts in Instructional Design (BAID) Program

Instructional Design for E-Learning
EDU232, Ashford University
Bachelor of Arts in Instructional Design (BAID) Program

Project Management for Instructional Design
EDU433, Ashford University
Bachelor of Arts in Instructional Design (BAID) Program

Principles of Instructional Design
EDU120, Ashford University
Bachelor of Arts in Instructional Design (BAID) Program

Social and Cultural Sciences

Anthropology of Religion
ANT225, Colorado Community Colleges Online
Social Sciences Department

Biological Anthropology
ANT201, Nevada State College
Social Sciences Department

Cultural Anthropology
ANT101, Nevada State College
Social Sciences Department

Ethnicity in the United States
SOC400, Colorado State University – Global
Cultural Sciences Department

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
ANT101, Colorado Community Colleges Online
Social Sciences Department

Introduction to Physical Anthropology
ANT111, Colorado Community Colleges Online
Social Sciences Department

Western Civilization to 1775
HIS101, Colorado Community Colleges Online
Social Sciences Department

Work and Society
SOC300, Colorado State University – Global
Cultural Sciences Department

Professional / Workforce Development

Course Mapping
Colorado Community Colleges Online

Developing Online Courses
EDU101B, eTeaching Institute
Pearson eCollege

Getting Started – New Faculty Orientation
Colorado Community Colleges Online

Learning Styles / Differentiated Instruction
Colorado Community Colleges Online

LMS Essentials – New Faculty Technical Orientation (WebCT Vista, D2L)
Colorado Community Colleges Online

Measuring What Matters
Colorado Community Colleges Online

Managing Online Discussions
Colorado Community Colleges Online

Rubrics
Colorado Community Colleges Online

Teaching Online Courses
EDU101A, eTeaching Institute
Pearson eCollege

Virtual Teamwork
Colorado Community Colleges Online

Philosophy of Learning

I attest learning is most substantial when it occurs within a framework of affectively engaging, authentic, and reflective practice. My experience in formal and informal educational environments provides  evidence  that  all  learners  have  something to  contribute and  that  my  role  as  a  learning experience designer and facilitator includes achievement of the determined outcomes while integrating the unique expertise and interest of participants. I accept as true that anyone can learn in a formal learning environment provided the individual has sufficient amounts of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation and an awareness of personal and situational affordances. I have confidence that effective instruction and training is most often realized with an educator adept at utilizing multiple modalities and strategies for design, implementation, assessment, and evaluation. Moreover, I hold as true that the most effective educators are lifelong learners, which I am.

Scholarship

Publications

Books

Johnson, L. (2011). Inherent contradictions: Wikis, activity systems, classroom community, and instructional designs for online learning (Capella University, Ph.D., 2010). DAI, 71 (11), 3933A. (Accession No. AAI3423815).

Book Chapters

Johnson, L. (2016). Geragogy. In S. Danver (Ed.). The SAGE Encyclopedia of Online Learning (Vol. 2, pp. 503-508). Thousand Oaks, CA, USA: SAGE Publications, Inc.

Bedard-Voorhees, A., Johnson, L., & Dobson, P. (2011). Letting them show what they know: Digital assessment strategies. In S. Hirtz and K. Kelly (Eds.) Education for a Digital World 2.0. British Columbia: Province of British Columbia.

Refereed Journal Articles

Johnson, L. & Sims, R. (2013). A case of wikis and contradictions: Activity systems, classroom community, and instructional design for collaborative online learning. Journal of Applied Instructional Design, 3(1), 19-31.

Conference Proceedings

Johnson, L. (2016). The evolution of faculty and expertise in higher education. Distance Learning Administration Annual Conference. Jekyll Island, GA: USA.

Johnson, L. & Sims, R. (2011). Wikis, activity systems, classroom community and instructional designs for online learning [Featured Research Paper]. AECT International Conference, Jacksonville, Florida, USA.

Magazines

Johnson, L. (2013). Cutting edge degree programs. Ashford Connections, 7, 14-15.

Other Publications

This content was reviewed by learners, experts/colleagues and/or publication editors prior to final publication.

Johnson, L., Sorensen, C., & Rogers, A. (2019, April 3). MSIDT vs. the MACI: Which degree is right for me? [Weblog post]. Retrieved from Forward Thinking: https://www.ashford.edu/online-degrees/education/master-of-science-in-instructional-design-and-technology-vs-the-master-of-arts-in-curriculum-and-instruction-which-degree-is-right-for-me

Johnson, L. & Halfaker, S. (2017, June 27). How to give feedback | Guide [Weblog post]. Retrieved from Forward Thinking: https://www.ashford.edu/online-degrees /online-learning/how-to-give-feedback-guide

Johnson, L. & Halfaker, S. (2017, June 19). Your feedback should have these 4 components [Weblog post].  Retrieved from Forward Thinking: https://www.ashford.edu/ online-degrees/ online-learning/ your-feedback-should-have-these-4-components

Johnson, L. & Halfaker, S. (2017, June 13). Giving feedback? Give HOPE instead [Weblog post]. Retrieved from Forward Thinking: https://www.ashford.edu/online-degrees/online-learning/giving-feedback-give-hope-instead

Johnson, L. (2016, July 1). Ironic influences: On the proliferation of personalized learning initiatives [Weblog post]. Retrieved from https://reflectivelearning.net/2016/07/01/ironic-influences-on-the-proliferation-of-personalized-learning-initiatives/

Johnson, L. (2015, June 26). ID Model Resources – An overview [Weblog post]. Retrieved from https://reflectivelearning.net/2015/06/26/idmodelresources-anoverview/

Johnson, L. (2015, June 26). Methods and models for evaluating instructional experiences [Weblog post]. Retrieved from https://reflectivelearning.net/2015/06/26/methods-and-models-for-evaluating-instructional-experiences/

Johnson, L. (2015, June 20). Writing effective learning objectives [Weblog post]. Retrieved from https://reflectivelearning.net/2015/06/20/writing-effective-learning-objectives/

Johnson, L. (2015, June 18). Learning theory resources [Weblog post]. Retrieved from https://reflectivelearning.net/2015/06/18/learning-theory-resources/

Johnson, L. (2015, June 15). Facilitating online learning [Weblog post]. Retrieved from https://reflectivelearning.net/2015/06/15/facilitating-online-learning/

Johnson, L. (2015, June 15). Copyright considerations and resources for instructional designers [Weblog post]. Retrieved from https://reflectivelearning.net/2015/06/15/copyright-considerations-and-resources-for-instructional-designers/

Johnson, L. (2012, February). Philosophy of teaching Twitter challenge [Weblog post]. Retrieved from http://blog.ecollege.com/WordPress/?p=1079

Johnson, L. (2011, November). Whom will the data serve? Thoughts on usefulness and portals for education [Weblog post]. Retrieved from http://blog.ecollege.com/WordPress/?p=1000

Johnson, L. (2011, September). Being open – Open Content and information literacy [Weblog post]. Retrieved from http://blog.ecollege.com/WordPress/?p=910

Multimedia

Johnson, L. (lisajohnsonphd). (2014, November 23). WCET 2014 conference learning summary [Video file]. Retrieved from http://youtu.be/5Uk-EKLv-lE

Johnson, L. (lisajohnsonphd). (2014, November 9). AECT 2014: Learning summary [Video file]. Retrieved from http://youtu.be/hBdktfkkquA

Johnson, L, & Lafferty, I. (lisajohnsonphd). (2014, September 2). What is academic writing? [Video file]. Retrieved from http://youtu.be/Zn8Ja92b3ZI

Johnson, L. (lisajohnsonphd). (2014, September 2). Why (rapid) prototyping? [Video file]. Retrieved from http://youtu.be/j7BTVRZ6TwE

Johnson, L.  (lisajohnsonphd). (2013, November 11). Tips for active reading [Video file]. Retrieved from http://youtu.be/WoCrKa-rm1w

Johnson, L.  (lisajohnsonphd). (2013, October 7). Scholarly writing tips [Video file]. Retrieved from http://youtu.be/uF2-Kauvrbo

Johnson, L. (lisajohnsonphd). (2013, September 20). ARCS motivation model [Video file]. Retrieved from http://youtu.be/RpjVprPeSo0

Johnson, L. (lisajohnsonphd). (2013, September 7). Is Wikipedia a scholarly resource? [Video file]. Retrieved from http://youtu.be/-6J4WS7brRU

Johnson, L. (lisajohnsonphd). (2013, September 7). Take five! Considerations when designing online courses [Video file]. Retrieved from http://youtu.be/-6J4WS7brRU

Johnson, L. (lisajohnsonphd). (2013, September 4). H.O.P.E. – What’s next: grounding in theory [Video file]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/XixFTfwi-n4

Johnson, L. (lisajohnsonphd). (2013, September 3). H. O. P. E. – A model for instructive feedback [Video file]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/iNV9iE_n4PA

Johnson, L. (lisajohnsonphd). (2013, August 3). How is critical thinking an important learner and life skill? [Video file]. Retrieved from http://youtu.be/z77oeKFetdg

Johnson, L. (2010). Academic integrity: Faculty tutorial [Website]. Created in collaboration with WCET for the Colorado Community College System. Retrieved from http://media.ccconline.org/ccco/Training/AcademicIntegrity/Faculty/Menu.html

Johnson, L. (2010). Academic integrity: Student tutorial [Website]. Created in collaboration with WCET for the Colorado Community College System. Retrieved from http://media.ccconline.org/ccco/Training/AcademicIntegrity/Students/Menu.html

Johnson, L. (2009-2011). Desire2Learn faculty video training series [200+ Videos]. Created for the Colorado Community College System.

Johnson, L. (2008). Bloom’s taxonomy: An overview [SWF file]. Created for the Colorado Community College System. Retrieved from http://media.ccconline.org/ccco/FacWiki/TeachingResources/
Blooms_Taxonomy_Tutorials/BloomsTaxonomy_Verbs_Pyramid/BloomsTaxonomyVerbsPyramid.swf

Johnson, L. (2008). Bloom’s taxonomy: Designing activities [SWF file]. Created for the Colorado Community College System. Retrieved from http://media.ccconline.org/ccco/FacWiki/TeachingResources/
Blooms_Taxonomy_Tutorials/BloomsTaxonomy_Activities_Tabs/BloomsTaxonomyActivitiesTabs.swf

Johnson, L. (2007). New student orientation [Web-based Tutorial]. Henderson, NV: Nevada State College.

Presentations

Webcasts / Webinars

This is a very selected list of formal webcasts/webinars and does not represent all synchronous presentations and training hosted, co-facilitated, or otherwise assisted with since the early 2000s.  

Johnson, L. (2015, January 21-22). Infographics [Webinar]. University System of Georgia, Faculty Professional Development.

Johnson, L. (2015, January 6). Principles of instructional design for online learning [Twitter #PROFCHAT hosted by @KURIOUSMIND]. Retrieved from https://twitter.com/hashtag/profchat?src=hash

Johnson, L. & Campbell, C. (2014). High-impact instructive feedback [Webinar]. Ashford University. Retrieved from http://bpiedu.adobeconnect.com/p7iv13ww74h/  [and] http://bpiedu.adobeconnect.com/p3pojrqlk4q/

Shean, A., Belcher, A., Johnson, L.  (2013). Instructive feedback [Webinar]. Ashford University.  Retrieved from at http://bpiedu.adobeconnect.com/p6gko6d5fjm/

Shean, A., Hailwood, D., Meetz, J., Hall, J., Cardenas, J., McDonald, L., Johnson, L., & Halfaker, S. (2012, July 23). Google+ Hangout: The future of education and technology [Webinar]. Ashford University. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/KT79mPyBuyY

Johnson, L. (2011). Promoting integrity in all academic environments [Webinar]. Center for Adult Learning in Louisiana (CALL).

Johnson, L., Schorzman, K., Reeves, T. (2011). Academic integrity and TurnItIn [Webinar]. Colorado Community College System.

Metz, D. & Johnson, L. (2011). Effective communication: The golden mean of online interactions [Webinar]. Colorado Community College System.

Johnson, L. (2011). Effective and efficient facilitation online [Webinar]. Colorado Community College System.

Johnson, L. (2010). Designing, facilitating, and evaluating online groups [Webinar]. Colorado Community College System.

Johnson, L. (2009). Desire 2 Learn: Faculty preparation series [Webinars]. Colorado Community College System.

Johnson, L., & Kaemmerling, K. (2008). Adding audio to your online course [Webinar]. Colorado Community College System.

Johnson, L. (2008). Navigating and creating a course map [Webinar]. Colorado Community College System.

Johnson, L., Law, S., Falk, M., & Stommel, J. (2008). The four Ps: Proactive preparation prevents plagiarism [Webinar]. Colorado Community College System.

Bedard-Voorhees, A., & Johnson, L. (2007). Showing what they know: Tech tools for assessment [Webinar]. Colorado Community College System.

Conference Sessions

Slides for selected presentations available from slideshare.net/lisamariejohnson

2018

Johnson, L., Baxter, D., Beach, R., Davis, B., Gothia, B., Hagerdorn, L., Haines, L., King, J. (November 2018). How do students, faculty, and programs benefit from online student organizations? [Moderator]. Ashford University Teaching and Learning Virtual Conference.

Dowden, L. (Moderator), with Bray, N., Johnson, L, Knott, J. (October 2018). Effective faculty development models for 21st-century teaching [Presenter]. WCET Annual Meeting. Portland, OR, USA.

2017

Johnson, L. (Accepted; unable to attend due to funding, June 2017). Geragogy: A theory that has come of age [Presenter]. Distance Learning Administration Annual Conference (DLA2017). Jekyll Island, Georgia, USA.

Johnson, L. & Sorensen, C. (April 2017). Competency-based program development: Challenges & solutions [Lead Presenter]. Online Learning Consortium Conference (OLC Innovate). New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.

2016

Sorensen, C. & Johnson, L. (November 2016). Using project-based assessments for measuring ID competence in an online master of science program [Co-Presenter]. Online Learning Consortium Conference (OLC Accelerate). Orlando, Florida, USA.

Johnson, L. (October 2016). The new LMS – A new hope?! [Online Presenter]. Ashford University College of Education Professional Development Committee Learning Conference [COE-PDC LC2016]. Virtual & San Diego, California, USA.

Johnson, L. (June 2016). The evolution of faculty and expertise in higher education [Paper Presentation, Presenter]. Distance Learning Administration Annual Conference (DLA2016). Jekyll Island, Georgia, USA.

Johnson, L. (June 2016). Developing and sustaining capacity for designing effective online programs [Presenter]. Distance Learning Administration Annual Conference (DLA2016). Jekyll Island, Georgia, USA.

Johnson, L., Kolodziej, M., & Shean, A. (April 2016). Design lab: Developing and sustaining capacity to design effective online courses and programs [Lead Presenter]. Online Learning Consortium Conference (OLC Innovate 2016). New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.

2015

Johnson, L. (October 2015). Developing cognitive skills: Infographics for CAVES! [Presenter]. Ashford University Teaching and Learning Virtual Conference.

Johnson, L. & Sener, J. (October 2015). Faculty = facilitator? Evolving faculty roles in 21st century higher education contexts [Lead Presenter]. Ashford University Teaching and Learning Virtual Conference.

2014

Johnson, L. (2014). Creating a culture of collaborative online course design [Presenter]. WCET Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon, USA.

Cheney-Steen, L., Johnson, L., & Yarrow, D. (2014). Spheres of instruction: The changing faculty role [Co-Presenter]. WCET Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon, USA.

Johnson, L. & Warren, G. (2014). Faculty or ID? Collaborative online course design [Lead Presenter]. AECT Annual Convention, Jacksonville, Florida, USA.

Johnson, L. (2014). Collaborative online course design [Presenter]. DLA Annual Conference, Jekyll Island, Georgia, USA.

2013

Johnson, L., Dowden, L., & Prineas, M. (2013). Let’s map! Academic integrity clarifications [Panel Presenter]. WCET Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, USA.

2012

Johnson, L. & Prineas, M. (2012). Academic integrity and student authentication common interest group [Presenter, Group Moderator]. WCET Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, USA.

Johnson, L. Markulis, R. & Samman, M. (2012). Effective course design [Panel Moderator]. WCET Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, USA.

Johnson, L. (2012).  Infographics to promote critical thinking [Poster Presentation]. WCET Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, USA.

Johnson, L. (2012). Proactive strategies to promote academic integrity [Presenter]. SLOAN-C International Conference for Online Learning, Orlando, Florida, USA.

Johnson, L. (2012). Teaching with infographics [Presenter]. SLOAN-C International Conference for Online Learning, Orlando, Florida, USA.

Johnson, L., & Farrell, C. (2012). Teaching with digital infographics [Presenter]. Colorado Online Learning Technologies (COLTT) Conference, Boulder, Colorado, USA.

2011

Johnson, L. (2011). Open content and iterative design [Presenter]. Teaching Colleges and Community (TCC), Online Conference.

Johnson, L., & Kaemmerling, K. (2011). Open content for online professional development [Presenter]. eLearning Consortium of Colorado (eLCC) Conference, Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA.

Johnson, L. (2011). Journey to academic integrity and student authentication [Presenter]. eLearning Consortium of Colorado (eLCC) Conference, Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA.

Johnson, L. & Gilboy, J. (2011). Academic integrity and TurnItIn [Roundtable Facilitator]. Colorado Community Colleges Online Annual Faculty Conference, Denver, Colorado, USA.

Metz, D., & Johnson, L. (2011). Effective communication: The golden mean of online interactions [Presenter]. Colorado Community Colleges Online Annual Faculty Conference, Denver, Colorado, USA.

Prineas, M., Adams, S., Howell, S., Johnson, L., & Romero, D. (2011). The changing context for student ethical behavior: Aligning institutional policies and faculty support [Panel Presenter]. WCET Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado, USA.

2010

Johnson, L. (2010). Constructing a teach-time expressway: Effective and efficient facilitation online [Presenter]. Colorado Community Colleges Online Annual Faculty Conference, Denver, Colorado, USA.

2009

Johnson, L. (2009). Introduction to teaching with Desire2Learn. [Presenter]. Colorado Community Colleges Online Annual Faculty Conference, Denver, Colorado, USA.

2008

Johnson, L., & Kaemmerling, K. (2008). Can you hear me now? Whys and ways of using audio in online courses [Presenter]. Colorado Community Colleges Online Annual Faculty Conference, Denver, Colorado, USA.

2007

Bedard-Voorhees, A., & Johnson, L. (2007). Letting them show what they know: Tech tools for assessment [Presenter]. League for Innovations Conference, Denver, Colorado, USA.

Johnson, L., Law, S., Rousset, K., & Stommel, J. (2007). New approaches to plagiarism and authorship [Presenter]. Colorado Community Colleges Online Annual Faculty Conference, Denver, Colorado, USA.

2006

Cash, M., Johnson, L., & Kaemmerling, K. (2006). The culture of content sharing and learning objects [Presenter]. Colorado Community Colleges Online Faculty Online Conference.

2004

Johnson, L., & Miles, K. (2004). Building community in the online classroom through group work [Presenter]. eLearning Consortium of Colorado (eLCC/TELECOOP) Conference, Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA.

Research

In progress/planned   

How Do Student Organizations Influence Students, Advisors, and Programs at an Online University? (Begun 2019). A mixed methods survey-based examination of the extent to which student organizations influence retention, community, motivation, and diversity for students, advisors, and programs at an online university.

In progress/planned 

Student vs Designer Perceptions of IBSTPI Competency in Outcome Achievements in an Online Program. (Begun 2018). An ex post facto investigation of how an online masters’ program designers conceived of IBSTPI competency alignments in relation to course learning outcomes compared to how students self-evaluated these same competencies and outcomes in their final week of the courses.

2014    

WCET Academic Integrity Policy Analysis (Completed; Begun 2014). A meta-analysis of 100 Academic Integrity policies from WCET institutions completed as part of my role as Co-Chair for the WCET Common Interest Group on Academic Integrity and Student Authentication.

2010  

Inherent Contradictions: Wikis, Activity Systems, Classroom Community, and Instructional Designs for Online Learning (Completed; Begun 2008). Dissertation study examining the extent to which tools said to afford collaboration in online learning environments (wikis) actually do [Accession No. AAI3423815].

Expertise Summary

Instructional Design & Technology

Certified in Quality Matters Rubric as Peer Reviewer; proven aptitudes in the 105 performance measures for the 22 internationally validated instructional designer competencies published by the International Board of Standards for Training, Performance, and Instruction (IBSTPI, 2012); professional practice for over 15 years in multiple learning industry sectors; deep expertise in business and classroom needs assessment and application of learning theories and design frameworks for adult learners, including design, development, and evaluation of learning materials using standard industry and desktop and cloud-based software, including Apple, Adobe, Articulate, Microsoft, Techsmith and a variety of Web-based tools; experience as learner, instructor, and designer for common learning management systems (LMSs), including extensive skills with Pearson Learning Studio (eCollege), Brightspace/Desire2Learn (D2L), Blackboard,  Moodle. Instructure/Canvas.

Strategic Planning & Project Management

Served on advisory boards and participated in steering groups with shared responsibility for determining strategic directions and selection of technologies for organizational operations and needs; served on taskforces, committees, and workgroups with shared responsibility for developing and revising organizational policy and procedures; individually and collaboratively developed and implemented strategic plans for departments and programs meeting internal and external regulatory expectations; applied proven evaluation measures for determining project success through outcomes-based assessment (e.g., Kirkpatrick’s, Success Case Method); applied project management principles to workgroup functions and in specific initiatives, including program and course-level designs.

Research, Writing & Publishing

Published in print and online publications, including peer-reviewed books and journals, blogs, university/company publications, and social media; Published numerous online curriculum and training materials, including supplemental and supporting materials for trainings and traditional classroom use in place-based and online contexts; co-authored and edited taskforce, program, department, and specific initiative-related reports and executive summaries; multi-method research skills with expertise in ethnographic and participatory analysis employing observation, focus groups, surveys, and interviews; conducted data analysis and visualizations, including infographics; frequently invited peer reviewer for multiple journals.

Training, Instruction & Facilitation

Taught and designed for online accelerated (5-6 week) and semester-based (8-16 week) courses for adult learners at undergraduate and graduate-levels; taught and designed for place-based/in-person workshops ranging from half-day to 2 weeks in duration and conducted webinars in Adobe Connect, WebEx, Blackboard Collaborate, Zoom, and web-based services, including Google Hangouts and Skype/Lync; have applied asynchronous and synchronous design and facilitation strategies with success.

Technical Aptitudes

A selected list of moderate and advanced skills domains relevant to practice and scholarship in instructional design and online learning.

  • Content Curation and Distribution (advanced)
  • Desktop Publishing | Microsoft Office | Google Drive  | Blogs (advanced)
  • Multimedia and Web U/LX Design (moderate to advanced)
  • Virtual Learning Environments  (advanced; instructor/designer/learner experience)
    (e.g., WebCT, Moodle, Blackboard, Angel, Desire2Learn, Canvas, eCollege/Learning Studio)

Personality Profiles

A list of various profiles/inventories administered by employers.

Archetypes® 2015

  • Visionary, Intellectual, Creative

Let Me Learn® 2012

  • Precision, Reasoning, Confluence, Sequence [Strong Willed Learner]

Meyer’s Briggs® 2007

  • Introverted, Sensing, Thinking, Judging

Strengths Finders v1® 2013

  • Activator, Connectedness, Learner, Intellection, Activator

Strengths Finders v2® 2011

  • Learner, Input, Intellection, Achiever, Activator