Wendy Graves Receives National Outstanding eLearning Faculty Recognition

LSC math instructor Wendy Graves

Lake Superior College math instructor Wendy Graves was recently honored at a national recognition luncheon at the ITC eLearning Conference in Tucson, AZ. Graves was nominated by her peers as an exemplary member of his or her community in the Instructional Technology Council’s (ITC) 2017 Outstanding eLearning Faculty category.

According to LSC’s Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences Hanna Erpestad, this honor recognizes Wendy’s strong commitment to LSC’s online programming as a successful online developmental math instructor and online course designer. LSC’s popular online learning offers more than 135 courses and associate of arts, accounting, paralegal, and web and computer programming degrees available completely online.

To support student learning, Graves has produced quality lessons with Dreamweaver and accompanying demonstration videos for her students, which she has close-captioned to assure access for all learners. Wendy also uses web conferencing tools, included AdobeConnect, to offer live tutoring for individual students. Wendy has participated in LSC’s Program for Online Excellence in Teaching (POET) peer reviews and recently also earned Quality Matters certification for her Algebra I and Algebra II courses.

ITC is an affiliated council of American Association of Community Colleges (AACC).