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Kay Shattuck

MERLOT Contributor  Peer Reviewer
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Member Type: Faculty
Last Login: Aug 23, 2012
Member Since: Jun 21, 2012



Primary Affiliation:
  • Quality Matters (Non-Profit, Public, MD, United States)

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  • English - speaking level (None) - reading level (None)

Education History

  • BA Sociology (06/1981)
    Hood College
  • M.S. Psychology (06/1985)
    Shippensburg University
  • D.ED Education (06/2005)
    Penn State


  • Adjunct Assistant Professor (06/2000 - Current) Penn State
  • Faculty Development Affiliate (06/2008 - Current) World Campus/Penn State Faculty Development Program
  • Director of Research (06/2008 - Current) Quality Matters

Teaching Experience

  • Introduction to Distance Education (Winter Current)
    Penn State - Adult education
  • OL2000: Intro to Effective Online Instruction (Winter Current)
    Penn State - Faculty development
  • OL2700 Teaching Presence (Winter Current)
    Penn State - Faculty development