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Laurie Tenzer

   MERLOT Contributor  Peer Reviewer
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Primary Discipline: Education / TeacherEd / Instructional Technology
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Member Type: Faculty
Last Login: Apr 09, 2014
Member Since: Nov 29, 2012

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Art Institute of Pittsburgh - Online Division (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, PA, United States) - Primary Affiliation
St. Petersburg College (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, FL, United States)

Contact Information

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Address: PO Box 1988
Venice , FL 34284 United States
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French - speaking level (Beginner) , reading level (Novice)
English - speaking level (Superior) , reading level (Superior)
Creoles and pidgins, English based (Other) - speaking level (Beginner) , reading level (Novice)

Skills and Interests

Education History

B.A. Human Services (12/1996)
Hawaii Pacific University
M.A.ed. Adult Education & Distance Learning (07/2004)
University of Phoenix
Ed.D. Instructional Leadership/Educational Technology (12/2012)
Argosy University


Adjunct Faculty (08/2013 - Current) St. Petersburg College
Online Faculty (06/2004 - Current) Art Institute of PIttsburgh - Online Divsiion
Adjunct Faculty (06/2004 - 07/2009) Hawaii Pacific University
Manager, Training & Support (08/1986 - 11/1999) Bank of Hawaii


Questions abound regarding how MOOCs and other learning syndicates will impact online instruction. OERs, mobile learning apps, and other innovations add even more questions to the role of faculty in the electronic environment. As the popularity of e-learn