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Kim Brazzell - Online Learning Technician
Location: 307-A Tillman
Kim has been employed at Winthrop for 11 years, after working part-time with the Office of Online Learning, Kim joined the office full-time in 2014. She completed her B.A. in Social Science with Education Concentration and graduated from Ashford University. Kim is an Online Service Technician with the department, providing technical support and training to both faculty and students.
Thomas Cornelius - Instructional Designer
Location: 307-C Tillman
Thomas joined the Winthrop Office of Online Learning in 2016. He completed his B.A. in English with a concentration in Literature and Language and graduated from Winthrop in 2011, and returned to Winthrop in 2013 to pursue his Master of Education in Educational Technology. While working on his MEd, he served as Graduate Associate in the Instructional Technology Center in the College of Education. As a recent graduate, he strives to offer a dose of student perspective while offering advice and direction for online coursework.
Jill Stout - Instructional Designer
Location: 307-D Tillman
Jill received her M.Ed. in Instructional Technology from North Carolina State University, her M.A. in English, Applied Linguistics from UNC-Charlotte, and her B.S. in English, Secondary Education from Appalachian State University. For the first ten years of Jill’s career, she served in Union County (NC) Public Schools as a high school English teacher, Instructional Technology Facilitator, and Online Course Developer. Recently, she joined the Office of Online Learning at Winthrop University as an Instructional Designer, and brings with her a decade of experience developing curriculum, creating rich learning experiences for students, and training faculty on 21st century models of instruction.
Kimarie Whetstone - Director of Online Learning
Location: 310 Tillman
Kimarie earned her PhD in Education online through Capella University. Her specialization is Instructional Design for Online Learning. Kimarie’s experience in higher education is in the areas of online learning; instructional design; training; student services; academic advising; and teaching courses in educational technology, management information systems, and computer applications. Her areas of interest include accessibility in online learning, universal design for learning, instructional design for online learning, online learning in higher education, and instructional technology. In her spare time, Kimarie enjoys mentoring, volunteering with church activities, and spending time with family.