Rae Mancilla is a senior instructional designer with the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences’ Office of Online Learning, where she oversees the course developments for new online programs across the School. Mancilla provides guidance to faculty and instructional design teams on evidence-based practices for online course design and delivery. She also manages the quality review process and specializes in the areas of copyright, web accessibility compliance and program evaluation.
Mancilla is an active educator and scholar, bringing over 15 years of experience to SHRS in instructional design, curriculum development, project management, teaching and assessment in residential, fully online and blended programs. She holds a Master of Science degree in Education and Teaching English as a Second Language (TESOL) and a Doctoral Degree in Instructional Technology in Leadership. Her research interests include the professional development of instructional designers, language learning and technology, digital accessibility and program evaluation.
Mancilla is a certified peer reviewer of online courses for Quality Matters, peer evaluator for the Middle States Commission for Higher Education, and an invited scholar for the International Board of Standards for Training, Performance and Instruction.