Lisa

Lisa M. Lane

Curriculum Vita
llane@miracosta.edu

Lisa M. Lane is a historian, and has been a history instructor at MiraCosta College in California since 1989, teaching online since 1998. As founder of MiraCosta's Program for Online Teaching, she works with both novice and experienced online instructors and emphasizes the pedagogical foundations of distance education. She writes and blogs on issues of interest to Victorianists, historians of technology, online professors, instructional technologists, and teachers. Lisa holds a Master's in History from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and an Online Teaching Certificate from UCLA. 

Current Research Project

"Preposterous and necessary": H.G. Wells and Late VictorianEducation

Education

Certificate, Online Teaching Program, UCLA 2005
M.A. History, University of California, Santa Barbara 1989
B.A. History, California State University, Bakersfield 1986

Employment

Online History Instructor, MiraCosta College (1998-present)
History Instructor, MiraCosta College, Oceanside, California (1989-present)

Selected Publications

"Cram and Criticism: H.G. Wells and Late Victorian Education", The Wellsian Vol 41 (2018)

Contributor to Teaching Online: A Guide to Theory, Research and Practice, by Claire Major (2015)

"Constructing the Past Online: Discussion Board as History Lab", The History Teacher Volume 47, Number 2 (February 2014)

"Collecting and Analyzing Primary Sources", A  Plugged In Professor, Pixy Ferris & Hilary Wilder (Eds.) - (July 2013)

"An Open, Online Class to Prepare Faculty to Teach Online", The Journal of Educators Online (January 2013)

Chapters: "Teaching with Style" and "Making Course Management Systems Work", Teaching the Humanities Online: A Practical Guide to the Virtual Classroom,  S. Hoffman & K. Robison (Eds.) M. E. Sharpe (Dec 2010)

"Insidious Pedagogy: How Course Management Systems Impact Teaching", First Monday, Volume 14 Number 10 (27 September 2009)

"Toolbox or Trap? Course Management Systems and Pedagogy", EDUCAUSE Quarterly, vol. 31, no. 2 (April–June 2008)

Selected Presentations

"'Preposterous and Necessary: H.G. Wells, William Briggs, and the University Correspondence College", North American Conference on British Studies, October 2018

"A Text-book Case: H.G. Wells and the Teaching of Biology by Post", Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, March 2018

"Me and H.G. Wells", MiraCosta College Scholarscapes, January 2018

"Creative Online Teaching Forum" with Joanne Carrubba (August 2016)

"The Dark Side of OEI" with Jim Sullivan (August 2016)

" A SMOOC for Preparing Faculty to Teach Online" (June 2012) with Laura Paciorek, EdMedia World Conference on Educational Media and Technology [slides]

"On-site or Online? How About Both?" (June 2012) with Laura Paciorek, EdMedia World Conference on Educational Media and Technology [slides]

"Instructor Presence" for Virginia Commonwealth University's Teaching and Learning with Technology Institute [session recording or slides with audio] (June 2010)

Memberships, Affiliations and Networks

North American Conference on British Studies
H.G. Wells Society
Society for the History of Technology
Society for History Education
Research Society for Victorian Periodicals

North American Victorian Studies Association

Teaching and Technology Leadership

POT logo

Director, Program for Online Teaching (2005-2017)
POT is an all-volunteer faculty group dedicated to helping faculty learn to teach well online by putting pedagogy first rather than technology. We offer workshops, online and at MiraCosta College, and resources for online instructors.


Other:


Blogs

Online Teaching Blog

DS106 Blog
(Digital Storytelling, University of Mary Washington)

Social Media and Open Education Course Blog (2010)

Connectivism Course Blog
(2008)

 

College classes taught (ongoing)

Western Civilization / European History and Culture
History of England
U.S. History
History of Technology
History Honors

Selected Professional Development

EDUI6706: Research in Online Teaching and Learning (Fall 2011), Cal State East Bay
EDTEC 700: Models and Tools for Mobile Learning (Summer 2011), San Diego State University
ds106: Digital Storytelling (Spring 2011-?), open participant, University of Mary Washington
EC&I 831: Social Media and Open Education (2010) for graduate credit, University of Regina
Connectivism: Massive Open Online Course (2008) for graduate credit, University of Manitoba

Contacts


Twitter: LisaMLane
Skype: lisalanesoffice
Facebook: LisaMLaneMCC