Amy Peterson

Contributing Faculty
Richard W. Riley College of Education and Human Sciences
M.S. Instructional Design & Technology

I am Dr. Amy Peterson and I have been teaching and developing curriculum for over 25 years and have been teaching and developing courses exclusively online for the past 20 years. My formal education includes a BA in English, Psychology, and Secondary Education, a M.Ed. in Curriculum Development and Instruction with a special emphasis in Online Learning, a Master's in English/Creative Non-fiction Writing, and an Ed.D in Educational Technology Management.

I work for several universities and am also the Managing Editor for three peer reviewed Technology Journals at the eLearning Institute and am published in the areas of adult learning and diversity in higher education. Currently, I teach courses in Education, Instructional Design, and Digital Literacy and develop online courses in Educational Technology.

Courses Taught

MSIDT 6100 - Instructional Design


EdD, Northcentral University

MEd, City University of Seattle

MA, Southern New Hampshire University

BA, Olivet College

Public Service

Seashore Learning Center, Volunteer - Corpus Christi

Awards / Honors

2017 Online Learning Consortium Innovate Effective Practice Award, Online Learning Consortium , 2017


Peterson, A. (2018). One Team’s Journey with iRubrics," . Current Issues in Emerging eLearning