Danielle Mirliss is the Director of Instructional Design at Seton Hall University's Teaching, Leaning and Technology Center. She is responsible for overseeing the Instructional Design team in a variety of faculty, administration and student support initiatives. She has been part of the Instructional Design team at Seton Hall since 2002 and has a broad range of experience in mobile computing, blended and online learning, faculty development, STEAM initiatives and assessment. Before coming to Seton Hall, she was an Instructional Designer at The Distance Learning Project, an online division of Columbia University.
Danielle received her Ed.D. in Instructional Technology and Media from Teachers College, Columbia University. She also received her Ed.M. from the same program and her M.A. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from New York University.
- Ed.D., Columbia University
- Ed.M., Columbia University
- M.A., New York University
- B.A., Rutgers College
- The Evolution of the Mobile Campus
Educause ELI Conference, Washington, D.C.
- Online Tools to Support Students, Faculty, and Staff Technology Skills Development
NJEdge, Plainsboro, NJ and the Educause Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference, Baltimore, MD
- Incident and Disaster Management Training: Collaborative Learning Opportunities Using Virtual World Scenarios (Book Chapter)
In E. Asimakopoulou & N. Bessis (Eds.) "Advanced ICTs for Disaster Management and Threat Detection: Collaborative and Distributed Frameworks," Hershey, PA: IGI Global
- Preparing the Adult Learner for Virtual World Simulations: Best Practices with Online Graduate Students Using a Second Life Scenario
- Preparing graduate students for virtual world simulations: Exploring the potential of an emerging technology