Nancy McGinley Myers is an instructional designer with the STELAR Center at the University of St. Thomas. After over a decade of teaching, from kindergarten through graduate school, she joined the University of St. Thomas as an instructional designer. Her work focuses on helping faculty bring their personality to their online and blended courses, and on creatively solving problems (and taking advantage of opportunities) in the online space. She has special interest in Culturally Responsive Design and Universal Design for Learning.
Nancy holds a B.A. in Theology and Music from St. Catherine University, and a M.Ed. in Second Languages and Cultures (Spanish and ESL) from the University of Minnesota. She enjoys writing books for children and teens, gardening, reading, and finding the best donuts in any given city. Watch and hear about her passion for writing in the ITS Spotlight Series.