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Nancy Norman

University of Illinois Chicago
Instructional Designer - Dentistry
Chicago, IL
Nancy received a Master’s degree from the School of Education at Northwestern University in Evanston IL and a bachelor’s degree from Canisius College, in her hometown of Buffalo NY, where she majored in Psychology and minored in Mathematics.

Nancy was appointed as an Instructional Technologist at the College of Dentistry in 2010 charged with assisting in the transition to a small group learning curriculum, and providing support for faculty on the instructional use of technology. Before coming to Dentistry, Nancy was at UIC’s College of Medicine where she was an Instructional Design Coordinator for distance education in the Department of Medical Education. Prior to coming to UIC, she worked at Loyola University's Center for Instructional Design for 13 years where she managed instructional projects, assisted faculty in their transition to online courses, wrote and produced videos, and trained faculty in the use of instructional technology.

While at Loyola, Nancy earned a graduate certificate in Adult Instructional Management and had the privilege of studying Logical Learning Theory under the tutelage of its author, psychologist Dr. Joseph F. Rychlak, an accomplished learning theorist.

Throughout her career, Nancy’s work has been recognized both locally and nationally, including:
Conference presentations (International Conference on Learning, Educause-ELI, SLATE, TechTeach, NECC)
21st Annual Telly Awards Finalist Award (video program)
The Johns Hopkins University National Search for Computing to Assist Persons with Disabilities: Certificate of Achievement