Jacqui Cournoyer

Contributing Faculty
Richard W. Riley College of Education and Human Sciences
M.S. Education (MSEd)

Jacqueline Cournoyer is an e-learning educator, instructional designer, and faculty support specialist with experience in the K-12, undergraduate, and graduate-level learning environments.

She moved from the traditional face-to-face teaching environment to an online teaching environment in 2002 and has been involved with developments in online education.

Dr. Cournoyer has a BA in Art, MAT in Teaching, and a Ph.D. in Education with a specialization in Educational Technologies. She has worked in various educational environments as an instructor, instructional designer, evaluator, mentor, and consultant. Jacqueline Cournoyer lives in New Hampshire, where she is a full-time instructional designer for VLACS, New Hampshire's virtual K-12 school. She looks forward to engaging in new online learning initiatives.

Courses Taught

EDUC 6714 - Reaching and Engagaing All Learners Through Technology

EDUC 6715 - New & Emerging Technologies

EDUC 6775 - New & Emerging Technologies


PhD, Walden University

MA, Grand Canyon University

BA, Keene State College


Derby, J. (2020). Lessons from Advanced Online Teachers and Advice for Getting Started in Online Teaching. Aurora Institute

Cournoyer, J. (2023). Canvas Tools for Student and Instructor Success. VLACS