Jennifer Maddrell




Jennifer Maddrell is an instructional design consultant and founder of Designers for Learning, a nonprofit organization that promotes service-learning opportunities through collaboration with schools, students, and volunteers. The mission of Designers for Learning is to connect instructional design college students with nonprofit organizations in need of instructional products and services to support their operations. Designers for Learning service-learning projects have involved over 90 volunteers, including college students, their faculty sponsors, and other subject-matter experts. Volunteer service-learners have designed and developed open educational resources for the adult basic education program at Grace Centers of Hope, a nonprofit based in Pontiac, MI that provides General Educational Development (GED) test preparation for homeless individuals who have not graduated from high school.

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Sep 12th 2016

In this project-based course, you’ll gain instructional design experience while developing open educational resources (OER) for instructors and learners in adult basic education programs.

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