Caroline McAlpine
Caroline McAlpine


Caroline McAlpine is an E-Learning Designer and Developer at the Academic ADL Co-Lab. She designs and develops next-generation content. Currently she is involved in the instructional design aspects of the SCORM school and the Florida Virtual School projects. Previously, Caroline worked as a Senior Instructional Designer at Granite State College in New Hampshire, where she worked primarily with faculty to design and develop their online course curriculum and supplemental course activities in WebCT, a course management software system. Before her academic experience, she was the Senior Instructional Designer at Dynamics Research Corporation (DRC), a defense contractor in Andover, Massachusetts. While at DRC, she created several multimedia tools, web-based training, and computer-based training products for the US Army. Prior to that, she spent five years at Temple University in Philadelphia as the Lead Computer Trainer designing and developing curriculum for various software application classes.

Currently she is working towards her Master’s Degree in Adult Education and Educational Technology at Plymouth State University. She is a certified e-learning designer/developer and a certified instructional designer, and holds a post-baccalaureate certificate in Training and Organizational Development from Temple University. Caroline has a Bachelor’s degree in History with a minor in Political Science.


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