Learning Experience Designer
As a Learning Experience Designer, Hannah Rogers works with faculty to develop online courses at Duke. Through her experiences in higher education, she found online learning to not only be a medium that broadens access but one that has the potential to uniquely enhance the learning experience. In particular, Hannah is excited about the relationship between gameful learning, Universal Design for Learning, and online course design.
A previous Bass Digital Education Fellow with Learning Innovation, Hannah holds a Ph.D. in English, Certificate in College Teaching and M.A. in English from Duke University and earned her B.A. in Communication (emphasis journalism) and English from Mississippi State University. Her interests outside of work include podcasting, playing board games, and reading literature.
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Durham, NC 27701
Recent Blog Posts
- Symposium Spotlights: Why Students Do Not Turn on Their Video Cameras During Online Classes and an Equitable and Inclusive Plan to Encourage Them to Do So
- Sakai Conversations: Frequently Asked Questions
- Using Online Tools to Increase Student Communication
- Symposium Spotlights: How Teaching and Learning Programs Shifted Focus During the Pandemic
- Using Podcasts in Your Classroom