Instructor: Elizabeth Van Kleeck

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Elizabeth Van Kleeck has developed learning objects in video and text format for 18 years on topics including Adobe Connect, Microsoft Office, Dragon Naturally Speaking, and learning management systems Blackboard, Sakai, and Moodle among many others. In her partnership with Atomic Learning, Liz especially enjoys creating tutorials for integrating digital multimedia into the classroom and keeping up with new ideas for using technology to reinvent tried-and-true teaching strategies to create more engaging learning experiences.

As an educational technologist at Loyola University Chicago, Liz planned, designed, coordinated, and delivered an online, on-demand Technical Competencies Instructional Technologies curriculum for faculty, students, and staff. In addition, Liz developed and taught three levels of online and on-ground faculty development workshops in Adobe Connect web conferencing, as well as faculty workshops in Digital Multimedia and Podcasting.

Liz holds an M. Ed in Educational Technology from Loyola University Chicago and a Certificate of Professional Development in Distance Education from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Liz played Renaissance lute in Early Music groups in Boston and New York, and enjoys listening to music.


Classes by this instructor


T&L 2900: VIR: Information Literacy for Instructors

We'll take a close look at the doctrine of fair use, especially as it applies in an educational setting. We'll also explore how to determine if a web resource is credible, how to cross-check sources for accuracy, differentiate between fact and opinion, and determine whether a source is timely, objective, and may have a conflict of interest.


April 1, 2018 to April 1, 2023