Dr. Kelly White earned his Doctoral degree in Educational Leadership from the University of New England, his educational specialist degree in Educational Technology from Nova Southeastern University, and his Master of Education in Educational Technology from the University of Phoenix. He has been a community college distance education administrator since 2001, first at the Community College of Vermont and then at McLennan Community College in Waco, Texas. During that time, Kelly also taught 3-8 credits per semester in the computer science department. For the last three years, he has taught computer science, physical science, and physics for MSAD1 in Presque Isle. In addition, he has presented at conferences at the local, state, national and international levels on topics about distance education best practices and human-computer interaction.
Technology, Knowledge, and Society Research Network 2017 Toronto, ON
Collaborative Course Design for Online Instruction: Undergraduate Work-study Student as Content Creation Specialist
eLearning 2017 St Petersburg, FL
Can we use work-study students as Instructional Design Team Members? YES!
eLearning 2010 Fort Worth, TX
Innovative Solutions for Online Medical Lab Technician Clinical Courses
National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development 2010 Austin, TX
Innovative Solutions; Online Medical Laboratory Technician Clinical Courses
eLearning 2009 Portland, OR
One-Stop Shopping: Student Orientation, Support, and Community Building
Texas Community College Instructional Leaders 2008 Austin, TX
Forging a Path to Online Quality: From Course Conception to Completion