The 100 word version
Dr. Erin Crisp is the VP of Academic Affairs and Innovation for CampusEdu. Prior to joining the edtech start-up, she worked in higher education for nearly a decade, leading online learning, assessment, and strategic innovation. Crisp earned her doctorate in instructional systems technology from Indiana University and loves all things teaching, learning, and technology. Her early career was spent teaching English language arts which was followed by several years facilitating teacher professional development for Northwest Evaluation Association. These days, you can find Erin doing something outdoorsy, collaborating on a research project, or watching movies with her three nearly-adult sons.
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The Longer Bio
Dr. Erin Crisp is the VP of Academic Affairs and Innovation for CampusEdu. She serves at the hub of spokes that include instructional design, educational technology, blended learning, strategic program launch, and collaborative partnerships. Crisp earned her doctorate in instructional systems technology from Indiana University and loves all things teaching, learning and technology. Her research interests include feedback processes, adaptive learning, program evaluation, assessment, instructional implementation, design theory, and learner-centered design. She has been invited to provide keynote addresses and has presented numerous times at AALHE, ACHE, and ISTE. Her academic research has been published in TechTrends and EDUCAUSE, and she was awarded best graduate student research project from the Online Learning Consortium in 2018.
Bio for Writing
A native of New Brunswick, Canada and alum of Indiana Wesleyan University, Erin's academic credentials include a BA in English education, Masters in instructional technology, and a doctoral degree in education from Indiana University. Her husband, Eric, is ordained in the Wesleyan church, and together they parent three nearly adult young men. While her full time job involves educational technology and online learning, from 8 years old, her hobby has been writing. Erin has published devotional pieces in Motherhood as a Spiritual Journey, several editions of the annual Asbury Seminary Reader, a five week devotional booklet for attendees of the Wesleyan Women's Alive conference, a story for Pastor's Spouse Connection, and several pieces for the Annesley Writer's Forum. She also contributes regularly to the Light From the Word devotional from Wesleyan Publishing House.
Her five favorite activities include family time, writing, working (which she loves), hiking, and ice cream on the front porch with friends, so stop by next time you're in Marion, Indiana.