Manager of eLearning
Kerrie Meister is the Manager of eLearning in the Koehler Center for Instruction, Innovation, and Engagement. Kerrie oversees effective support and processes in the use of the university adopted LMS, TCU Online, which includes organizing special projects and initiatives related to TCU Online. She is responsible for training and instructional design for faculty using TCU Online that focuses on improved teaching and student learning and effective uses of pedagogy. She is also responsible for developing TCU Online training and support for students. Additionally, Kerrie is project lead for troubleshooting issues for TCU Online that include PeopleSoft integration, TCU Online enhancements and new releases, and the TCU Online administrator helpdesk. She is an instructional designer, webmaster for the department websites, and lead graphic designer for the Koehler Center.
Kerrie’s experience is varied: professional photographer and artist, art exhibition curator, graphic and web designer, and teacher, which includes being a former adjunct faculty member in TCU’s Schieffer School of Journalism. She was a 2013 recipient of the Pearson CITE Excellence in Online Administration award. Kerrie is a graduate of TCU.