Clarkson instructional designer recognized for online learning material development by peer review
POTSDAM -- A Clarkson University instructional designer has been recognized for her work with work with online teaching resources.
The Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (MERLOT) has recognized Loretta Driskel with a 2021 MERLOT Peer Reviewer Extraordinaire Award.Loretta Driskel is senior instructional designer at Clarkson University’s Teaching and Learning Corner. She has successfully served as a MERLOT Peer Reviewer for several years. As a MERLOT Peer Reviewer, Loretta’s work helps to expand the MERLOT collection of high-quality web-based, open-access interactive teaching and learning materials for the industry.
The Peer Reviewer Extraordinaire award honors the hard work and generous
donation of time, energy and enthusiasm that reviewers direct towards the growth and development of MERLOT.
Driskel received the 2021 MERLOT Peer Reviewers Extraordinaire Award for her contributions and was presented with the award at the Online Learning Consortium’s (OLC) Innovate Virtual Conference in March.