Dr. Blair Stamper is an instructional designer (ID), teacher, and public speaker with 10 years of experience in the education field. As an ID, she works with faculty to create student-centered and active online courses that align with higher standards. Inclusivity and access are her specialties.
Blair’s research focuses on instructional design practices including relationships between IDs and faculty during online course developments. She has also explored access, equity, and inclusive practices and active learning in online courses. She is also an online Adjunct professor in Educational Technology/Instructional Design programs. Blair’s passion for sharing her expertise with the online learning field has led her to being published in Educause Review, an active member with Educause, Online Learning Consortium, UPCEA, and the creation of her Be an Instructional Design Rockstar podcast. Blair has also served as the Managing Editor for Current Issues in Education and a reviewer for multiple academic journals.
Blair is a graduate of Arizona State University (2022, Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership and Innovation), the Online Learning Consortium's Institute for Emerging Leaders in Online Learning (2018), Michigan State University (2015, Master of Arts in Educational Technology), and University of Michigan-Dearborn (2012, Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education).