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.
Her passions and research lie in educational research, student success, active learning, DEI in online courses, and accessibility. She is also an online Adjunct professor in an Educational Technology/Instructional Design program. Blair shares her expertise with her online blog, social media, podcast, and through mentoring.
Blair is a future graduate of the EdD in Educational Leadership and Innovation at Arizona State University as an online student. Her research explores the relationship between instructional designers and faculty during an online course development process while intentionally integrating active learning strategies. During her time at ASU, Blair also served as the Managing Editor for Current Issues in Education, a student-run journal. This experience helped her navigate the process of publication and improve her own academic writing. Blair is an active member with Educause, where she is a mentor in the ID2ID program and an advisor to the Teaching and Learning Career Pathway.
Blair is a graduate of the Online Learning Consortium's Institute for Emerging Leaders in Online Learning (2018), Arizona State University (2022, Doctor of Education), Michigan State University (2015, Master of Arts in Educational Technology), and University of Michigan-Dearborn (2012, Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education).