Learning Designer, Learning Design and Technology, Dartmouth College
Adam Nemeroff is a learning designer in the Learning Design and Technology group at Dartmouth College. He works with faculty across the undergraduate Arts and Sciences to advance their teaching and technology needs. Adam works on a variety of projects across institutional initiatives for digital learning, experiential learning, large course redesign, and issues of accessibility and inclusion. Two years ago, Adam was one of the founding members of a cross-department team named Team Access. The group charged itself to improve access and inclusion in undergraduate courses and learning environments and our work and collaborations continue today. Before Dartmouth, Adam worked on online learning projects at the University of Connecticut. He received his B.A. in history, B.S. in secondary social studies teaching, and M.A. in curriculum and instruction, all from the University of Connecticut.