Alice Bedard-Voorhees


Dr. Alice Bedard-Voorhees received a B.A. in American Studies from Moorhead State University (MN), an M.A. in English (Creative Writing) from Arizona State University, and a Ph.D. in Distance Education from Capella University.

Her experiences span workplace teaching and training, assessment and evaluation, and instructional and academic leadership positions with two- and four- year institutions including Western Governors University, Colorado Community Colleges, Colorado Mountain College, and the University of Denver.

She continues to design and facilitate for-credit and other e-learning within the US and internationally. In 2004, MERLOT.org adopted the Virtual Speaker Bureau that she helped develop with faculty at Colorado Community Colleges Online. Her enthusiasm for technology as a tool for learning embraces new opportunities to create learning access, success, community, and 21st century learning. Recent roles include the development and evaluation of a virtual tutoring center for developmental education students and project evaluator for the Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education.

Bedard-Voorhees is the principal of The Constant Learning Organization. Bedard-Voorhees, was the first K. Patricia Cross-Papers fellow selected by the League for Innovation in the Community College and Colorado's E-Learning Consortium's 2009 E-learning Educator of the Year by the E-learning Colorado Consortium. Her most recent publication is a co-authored book chapter on the use of web2.0 for student demonstrations of learning, a publication created in a virtual environment with 98 authors around the world: http://www.openschool.bc.ca/info/edu/index.html

Favorite Subjects

Composition, English, Creative Writing, Learning Strategies, Career Writing, Literature, Fine Arts, Humanities, Education, Health Sciences




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