Gloria Doherty

Gloria Doherty, MDiv

Director of Digital Learning

Associate Professor

Newberg and Portland

503-554-6128

gdoherty@georgefox.edu, digitallearning@georgefox.edu

Office: Portland Center Library


 

As Director of Digital Learning, I organize faculty professional development in blended and online instructional design and learning community development. We observe the impact of learning theories and methods while exploring emerging evidence in learning sciences. I collaborate with colleagues across our university, and among peers at other schools, to promote accessibility for all in instruction and to make instructional materials more affordable and available to contextual revision. My personal priority is to contribute to our university’s efforts to offer lifelong learning that transforms knowledge into purpose and action.


 
Education and Experience


MDiv, Pastoral Care and Counseling, Fuller Theological Seminary
BA, Mass Communications, Minnesota State University



Executive Director and President, The Fisher’s Net, St. Paul, Minnesota



Working with a board of directors to manage the company budget, develop strategic initiatives, contract Higher Education clients, deliver learning management system solutions, and provide consultation to administrative and academic leaders on developing online and blended academic programs.



Director of Media Services Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California


Manage departmental budget and direct leadership of eight staff. Provide classroom technical support, operate a 3-camera production studio, publish conference and instructional media for public distribution, manage video conferencing for continuing education, and co-lead task force on implementing strategic initiatives for online instruction.


 
Expertise and Research Interests


  • Educational technology consultation–specializing in distributed learning environments
  • Professional development and technical training–for faculty and learners in online instructional design, learning sciences, learning management systems, digital collaboration tools, and accessible instructional content
  • Media production–studio and location production, post-production, screencasting
  • Digital publication–open textbook and monograph publishing
  • Technical writing–specializing in educational technologies