Dr. Amy Collier

Associate Provost for Digital Learning

Pronouns: She/her
Office location: Davis Family Library 250 E/F Middlebury College, Vermont
A portrait of Amy Collier.

I received my doctorate in Family Studies from Texas Woman’s University in 2008. I am a member of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), The Sloan Consortium, Educause Learning Initiative, and the Professional and Organizational Development (POD) Network. I frequently present at universities and conferences, sharing my passion for topics like open learning, online learning, and faculty development. Since winter 2020, I have taught a course on Inclusive Design and Design Justice with Dr. Sarah Lohnes Watulak. We have taught a similar course in a variety of professional settings, including the Digital Pedagogy Lab event. Dr. Watulak and I also help co-facilitate the Design Justice Network Instructional Design Working Group. I co-founded the organization Higher Education After Surveillance, which aims to explore alternative futures for surveillance in higher education. The group has published articles and papers, and has launched two initiatives, a Data Stories project and an Observatory project.