As Senior Instructional Designer, Jennifer Knott is responsible for the discovery, development and maintenance of interactive online academic courseware and related technologies. She is responsible for coordinating the course development process, training Course Developers in online course development and teaching standards, as well as staying abreast of instructional design methodology and teaching best practices in ensuring faculty content is effective as online instructional material. Additionally,Jennifer is responsible for scheduled quality assurance course reviews and managing modifications to courses to ensure adherence to TN eCampus online course development standards.
Jennifer joined The Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) as an Instructional Designer in May, 2011. Prior to joining TBR, she was Webmaster for the Continuing and Innovative Education division of The University of Texas at Austin. She provided interface design and technical infrastructure for the registration of courses that serve professional development and advanced placement students. Jennifer designed and taught a course in web scripting and client relations at The Art Institute and has held numerous workshops on content management systems, scripting, style and accessibility features.
Jennifer holds a Master of Education online degree in Instructional Technology from North Carolina State University and a Bachelor's degree in Design from The University of Alabama in Birmingham. She is currently a doctoral candidate in the University of Memphis' College of Education Doctoral program in Instructional Design and Technology.