Academics - Health & Human Services
Beth earned her Bachelor's degree in Nursing from the University of North Dakota in 1981 and in 2002 earned a Master’s degree in Education from Capella University (emphasis area: teaching and training online). She recently earned a Graduate Certificate in Instructional Design from the University of Wisconsin, Stout. She has been teaching online since 2000 and currently teaches Pathophysiology and Health & Wellness courses online. She also regularly conducts face-to-face and online workshops about best practices in online teaching and online course development strategies.
She is certified by Quality Matters as a Master Course Reviewer, Course Review Manager and Facilitator. She is one of the lead coordinators for the Minnesota Online Quality Initiative, a MnSCU sponsored project aimed at improving the quality of online and blended courses in Minnesota.
Beth has had three of the online courses she developed formally certified through the Quality Matters course certification process. For more information, visit Northland's Quality Matters page.
MSEd, Capella University
BSN, University of North Dakota
Graduate Certificate in Instructional Design, University of Wisconsin