Center for Instruction and Research Technology (CIRT)
Bldg 10, Rm 1202
M.Ed. Learning, Design, and Technology – University of Georgia, 2016
B.S. Secondary Education – College of Charleston, 2010
B.A. History – College of Charleston, 2010
Megan taught 6th grade World History after graduating with a B.A. in History and a B.S. in Secondary Education from the College of Charleston in Spring 2010. She joined CIRT in Fall 2016 after earning an M.Ed. in Learning, Design, and Technology from the University of Georgia. She enjoys travelling and, among other trips, has participated in a medical mission trip to Haiti in Fall 2007 and the Transatlantic Outreach Program’s teacher study tour to Germany in Summer 2013. She also enjoys being on the water, attending concerts, and spending time with friends and family – including her dog Lula May.
Presentations & Publications
Parlette, R., Archer, A., Lerman, J., & Bracewell, M. (2017). Top-Notch templates: Your secret weapon in successfully meeting QM standards. Presented at InstructureCon 2017. Keystone, CO.
Parlette, R., Archer, A., Lerman, J., & Bracewell, M. (2017). Building an instructional design sandbox and faculty development portal in Canvas. Presented at InstructureCon 2017. Keystone, CO.
Archer, A. & Bracewell, M. (2017). 5 essential strategies to support student engagement online. Presented at Online Learning Consortium Innovate 2017. New Orleans, LA.
Archer, A. & Bracewell, M. (2017). Revamping faculty development: Bridging the divide between distance and blended learning. Presented at Online Learning Consortium Innovate 2017. New Orleans, LA.