June 27, 2022

2022 Exemplary Course Award Winners

We are pleased to announce the 2022 Exemplary Course Program (ECP) Award winners. The ECP Awards recognize faculty and course designers from schools, colleges and universities around the world who develop engaging and innovative courses that represent the very best in technology and learning.

ECP winners demonstrate excellence in course design, interaction and collaboration, assessment and learner support. The 2022 winners are below.

NameInstitutionCourse Title
Brandon HagemanMid-State Technical CollegeEmergency Services Instructor
Bryan BargerHazard Community and Technical CollegeFYE 105: Achieving Academic Success
Carla R. OsborneWake Technical Community CollegeDrawing Fundamentals
Center for Innovative Teaching and LearningNorthern Illinois UniversityBlackboard Ultra Transition Academy and Online Course Design Academy
Clay MatthewsElizabethtown Community and Technical CollegeENG101: Writing I
Danielle Hennis and 
Julie Evans
Wake Technical Community CollegeSocial Media Marketing
Dawn M. Decker, Ph.D.Central Michigan UniversityEthics, law, and current issues in special education
Donna E. WerderichNorthern Illinois UniversityLTLA 341: Teaching Language Arts in the Elementary School
Dr. Charles T DickWilmington College AccountingAC432 Special situations and issues in contemporary financial reporting (Hybrid/Synchronous)
Dr. Dirk GrupeMorehead State UniversityASTR-112
Dr. Elbert DavisMarshall UniversitySociology of American Schools
Dr. Elizabeth Christopher 
and Instructional Design Team
University of the CumberlandsStrategies and Practice for Fitness Profession
Dr. Hal HinderliterNorthern Illinois UniversityLearning in the Digital Age
Dr. Jim Marion and Cheryl Kula, PMPColumbia Southern UniversityProject Stakeholders
Dr. Leah Parsons SimpsonMorehead State UniversityPrinciples of Distance Education Delivery
Dr. Leigh ClayIndian River State CollegeRace, Ethnicity, Gender and Crime
Dr. Lisa Thompson SousaSul Ross State University-Multi-Tiered Systems of Support 
-Practicum in Special Education
Dr. Shay DawsonCentral Michigan UniversityExperience of Disability & Social Marginalization
Dr. Wheeler ConoverSoutheast Kentucky Community & Technical CollegeCHE 170: General College Chemistry I
Economic and Community Development 
UA Instructor Training 
Dr. Cheryl Byrne
Washtenaw Community CollegeMotivating Employees
Elizabeth MacWhinnie, 
Dr. Reneé Reynolds and 
Dr. John Willey
Columbia Southern UniversityEnglish Composition II
Erin N. HallWake Technical Community CollegeAccounting Software Applications
eStarkStateStark State CollegeDesign Matters
George CoxWake Technical Community CollegeSGD 112 - Design I
J. Scott MillerMaysville Community and Technical CollegeFrontiers of Astronomy
Jason RhodeNorthern Illinois University-Introduction to Educational Research-Instructional Technology Leadership
Jason UnderwoodNorthern Illinois University-Online Course Design Academy-Instructional Technology Tools-Blackboard Ultra Transition Academy
Jordan KalaitsidesStark State CollegeExpanded Dental Assisting I
Julie LyonOdessa CollegeBusiness Computer Applications
Kim CalebsKentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS)KOOL Academy: Building an Excellent Online Course
Kimberly A. CornellWake Technical Community CollegeIndividual Income Taxes
Kinsey O. HansenAngelo State UniversityReframing Administration
Linda C. PowellWayland Baptist UniversityU.S. History Since 1877
Marsha NodeenWest Kentucky Community and Technical CollegeIntro to Music
Martina BodeUniversity of Illinois at ChicagoCalculus I
Max WilliamsUnited Arab Emirates UniversityIntroduction to Academic English
Melissa GreenAshland Community and Technical CollegeAHS 115 Medical Terminology
MyraBeth Bundy, Ph.D., BCBA , Instructor 
Esther Tattershall, Instructional Designer
Eastern Kentucky UniversityPSY 816 Philosophical Underpinnings in Behavior Analysis
Nikki WareSomerset Community CollegeRDG 185: College Reading
Tamra Kelly, Ph.D. 
Kristen Lyons, Ph.D., LSSP
Angelo State UniversityIndividual Counseling
Tracy SangsterDavidson Academy OnlineComposition and Analysis
Vladimir Zlatev 
Jeremy Shaw-Munderback
Boston UniversityQuantitative and Qualitative Decision-Making
WCC Business and Computer Technologies Division, Business Department 
Dr. Cheryl Byrne
Washtenaw Community College-Retail Principles and Practices 
-Business and Supply Chain Analytics-Warehousing and Logistics 
-Business Communication 
-Principles of Management 
-Transportation and Logistics 
-Business Communication MM 
-Supply Chain Field Studies 
-Organizational Management 
-Human Resources Management

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