Jason Rhode, Ph.D.

Jason Rhode, experienced faculty developer, instructor, instructional designer, course developer, and program director with nearly two decades years experience in the field of online learning shares his e-learning experience, expertise, and resources address faculty needs related to online teaching.

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Jason Rhode takes the helm as the university’s chief online learning officer

When it comes to leadership and strategy for NIU’s online and off-campus program development, Jason Rhode is on a mission. As the newly appointed executive […]

Transitioning to a new role

As I approach fifteen years at Northern Illinois University (NIU), I’ve accepted a new opportunity to become the university’s first Executive Director of Extended Learning […]

Job Opportunities: Faculty Development and Instructional Design Center at Northern Illinois University

Join our team! The Faculty Development and Instructional Design Center (FDIDC) at Northern Illinois University (NIU) invites applications for a Teaching and Learning Coordinator and […]

Approaching the Bleeding Edge: Possibilities and Practices for Learning Technology Integration

This keynote presentation at the 2018 Distance Learning Conference at Elgin Community College on 3/2/2018 offers some food for thought and not only highlights some […]

The Post-Traditional Learners Manifesto Revisited: Aligning Postsecondary Education with Real Life for Adult Student Success

Building on ACE’s long history of supporting both post-traditional learners and the higher education institutions that serve them, The Post-traditional Learners Manifesto Revisited explores the […]

2017 Online Education Trends Report

Online education continues to see a steady increase in student enrollment (Babson, 2015); however, as students are presented with more program choices and formats from […]

Reimagining Institutional Models for Online Program Development and Support

When is it time to reevaluate the models for distance learning administration and support at your institution and how do you successfully implement recommendations for […]

Building a Sustainable Quality Matters Community of Practice Through Social Network Analysis

The growth of distance education has necessitated strong evidence of quality for institutions of higher education, and numerous standards and principles of quality have been […]

Updated Academic Integrity Online Tutorials Available

Online tutorials on academic integrity, previously developed in 2005 and made available in part through the “Project for Improvement of Undergraduate Education” grant by the […]

Essentials for Preparing to Teach an Existing Online Course on Short Notice

In this presentation at the 2017 Distance Teaching & Learning Conference at UW-Madison, we explored questions to consider when preparing faculty to teach a developed […]

Designing Personalized Online Teaching Professional Development through Self-Assessment

Many institutions use a one-size-fits-all approach to faculty development for online teaching, which does not meet the needs of faculty who often have different levels […]

Understanding Faculty Use of the Learning Management System

The learning management system (LMS) has become a critical tool for nearly all institutions of higher education, and a driving force in online learning. According […]

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