Center for eLearning Staff Directory
Dr. Monica DeTure is the Assistant Provost for eLearning. She is responsible for the development and administration of the University’s new Center for eLearning, where she develops, monitors and oversees FAU's eLearning capabilities by leading and facilitating the University's efforts to implement eLearning across all academic disciplines and programs.
In this capacity, Dr. DeTure collaborates with FAU’s 10 colleges, as well as its schools, departments and faculty to facilitate new eLearning courses and programs, and enhance existing courses. She also oversees instructional technology, including training, supporting, and assisting faculty and staff who utilize eLearning, as well as managing the day-to-day operations of the new center. DeTure also works directly with the Provost to implement FAU's academic and technological strategic vision.
Dr. DeTure comes to FAU from Auburn University, where she served as Director of Distance Learning and Outreach. With over a decade of experience in the instructional technology field, Dr. DeTure has also previously held positions at Cape Fear Community College, SunGard Higher Education and Florida Community College at Jacksonville. She received her doctorate and master's degrees in educational media and instructional design from the University of Florida.
Contact Information: email: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: 561.297.4849, office: CM 22, 237, Boca Raton.
James K. Fowlkes, the Director of Instructional Design, joined FAU as an Assistant Director and Instructional Designer in 2010. He has been active in the instructional design community since 2000 at various institutions including The University of Alabama at Birmingham, The Ohio State University, Central Ohio Technical College, and, most recently, Seminole State College of Florida.
James trains and consults with faculty regarding instructional design and their use of educational technology in the learning environment. Additionally, he will collaborate with the Center for Teaching and Learning and the Instructional Technologies department to develop and present faculty workshops supporting quality academic practices.
He sees the greatest challenge for instructional design as maintaining the balance between teaching, learning and technology in today's rapidly changing educational environment.
Contact Information: email: email@example.com, phone: 561.297.2565, office: Bldg. 4, Rm 209, Boca Raton.
Page Jerzak joined the Instructional Design staff in November 2010 as an Instructional Designer, Educational/Training Programs Coordinator. She holds a Bachelor Degree in Psychology (UNC-Asheville) and a Master Degree in Academic / Experimental Psychology (East Carolina University). She completed a doctoral program at Syracuse University in Social Psychology and then began full-time teaching at the university level in Psychology with appointments at Trinity University, Indiana University-East, and Nova Southeastern University.
Having taught face-to-face and online courses, she developed her skills in instructional design, assessment, curriculum and program development, and using technology. She taught classes ranging from 5 to 179 people and across such subjects as statistics, motivation, attitude change, human sexuality, and a behavioral science capstone course. She has also served as a statistician and researcher for her own and others’ work—producing two publications and twelve conference presentations.
She enjoys consulting with faculty and sharing her enthusiasm for creating and researching innovative instruction, curriculum, and assessment.
Contact Information: email: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: 561.297.3981, office: CM 22, 230, Boca Raton.
Dr. Ann Musgrove is returning to FAU as an Instructional Designer, Educational/Training Programs Coordinator. Ann’s Doctorate and Master’s degree are both from FAU’s College of Education where she has served as a graduate assistant, visiting professor, full-time instructor for the Digital Teaching Academy Program, as well as a part time instructional designer.
She currently holds Associate Graduate Faculty status in the College of Education. She is nationally certified by the Quality Matters program, a faculty-centered, peer review process for the design of quality online and blended courses. During the last 5 years she has been the director of federal Title V cooperative grant between Broward College and the FAU Broward campus to create a learner centered pathway for teacher education students. Her research interests include best practices in online learning and cognitive styles.
She has taught and developed 10 undergraduate and graduate education courses, has 18 conference presentations, and 3 articles published in refereednational journals. She is excited to be back at FAU working with faculty to create quality learning environments for our students.
Contact Information: email: email@example.com, phone: 561.297.1003, office: CM 22, 228, Boca Raton.