Nancy Kerner (Chemistry) is Lecturer IV and Coordinator, General Chemistry Lab Program in the Chemistry department. She is chemistry co-editor of MERLOT where one of her roles has been the establishment of evaluation criteria for online learning objects. She is a co-leader in the MELO 3D project.
Brenda Gunderson (Statistics) is a Senior Lecturer in the Statistics department. She is Co-Undergraduate Advisor for the department and recently won a Teaching Innovation Prize (2011). She is a co-leader in the MELO 3D project.
Tatiana Calixto (Romance Languages) is a Lecturer in Spanish, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures. She teaches introductory Spanish courses as well as special topics courses focusing on cultural traditions in the Andes region.
Brian Malley (Psychology) is a Lecturer II in the Psychology department. His research focuses on the cognitive science of religion, in particular the ways in which scriptures are conceived, used, interpreted, and deployed socially.
Christine Modey (Writing) is a lecturer in the Department of English Language and Literature and in the Sweetland Writing Center, where she teaches Transition to College Writing, Writing Workshop, and New Media Writing.
Ginger Shultz (Organic Chemistry) is a postdoctoral teaching fellow in the department of Chemistry.
Michael Witgen (History) is Associate Professor and Director of Native American Studies in the History department. He specializes in American Indian and early American history, the North American West, borderlands history, and pre-confederation Canada.
Graduate Student Instructor contributors
Russell Bornschein (Chemistry)
Kevin Hartman (Chemistry)
Akiko Kochi (Chemistry)
Michelle Cassidy (History)
Frank Kelderman (History)
Grace Winschel (Organic Chemistry)
Renata Everett (Organic Chemistry)
Adena Rottenstein (Psychology)
Emily Bonem (Psychology)
Marcelino Viera (Romance Languages)
Maria Robles (Romance Languages)
Martin Vega (Romance Languages)
Josh Errickson (Statistics)
James Henderson (Statistics)
Karen Nielsen (Statistics)
Elizabeth Homan (Writing)
Annah Mackenzie (History)
Sophia Hunt (History)
Lynne Crandall (ISS) is the Manager for Instructional Technology Consulting and Faculty Projects in the Instructional Support Services department of the College of Literature, Science and the Arts. She supports the technical and logistic needs of the MELO 3D project, supervising the graduate assistants.
Chase Masters (ISS) is an Instructional Technology Consultant in the Instructional Support Services department of the College of Literature, Science and the Arts. He supports the technical and logistic needs of the MELO 3D project.
Chad Hershock (CRLT) is the Assistant Director and Coordinator of Science Initiatives at the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching. He coordinates CRLT's sciences and health sciences projects and works on instructional technology initiative, among other projects. He supports the development of evaluation strategies for the MELO 3D project.
John Leasia (MLibrary) is the Director of the CTools Implementation Group in the University of Michigan Library.
Steve Lonn (USE Lab) is a Research Fellow in the USE Lab, a part of the Digital Media Commons in the University of Michigan Library. He specializes in gathering and using analytics for Learning Object assessment for the MELO 3D project.
Emily Puckett Rodgers (Open.Michigan, Medical School) is the Open Education Coordinator for the Open.Michigan initiative, in the Office of Enabling Technologies at the Medical School. She supports the development and use of open educational resources in the MELO 3D project.