Welcome to the New Website!

Instructional Design and Educational Technology by E
Instructional Design and Technology

Hello Friends! Have we met before? My name is E. Stauffer and I’m an instructional designer, educational technologist, professor, and educational consultant specializing in online learning and emerging educational technologies. The new site and blog is a new creative endeavor looking to showcase some of my work while helping other instructional designers, teachers, professors, and businesses meet their own learning goals and objectives.

Why do this?

  • I’ve been in the field of education for over 20 years and have taught 100’s maybe 1,000’s of students, teachers, faculty, and staff and am excited to share that experience with you!
  • While I continue to help students and faculty at the university level, the pandemic, and more importantly the social distancing, have made me feel a little “disjointed” and isolated from my work and those I serve.
  • I’m hoping the website might be a good way to network, share some of my design work, and “reconnect” to the field while we continue to remain apart.
  • Lastly, the website serves as a location for schools, universities, non-profits, and businesses to get in touch with me about consultations and instructional design work.

That’s it! Welcome to the new blog and please get in touch if you’d like to learn more please fill out the form below or contact me directly at ericmstauffer@gmail.com. Enjoy!

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E. Stauffer is an instructional designer, educational technologist, professor, and consultant.

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