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Part-time Lecturer

College of Social Sciences and Humanities

Keri Wilson has been teaching ASL I – IV, Advanced Fingerspelling, and Introduction to the Deaf Community at a variety of community colleges and universities since 2006. She was involved with curriculum development for ASL 1 & 2 in L1 for the deaf students (equivalence to ASL 5 & 6 in L2), Non-Manual Markers curriculum, Fingerspelling curriculum, IT ASL curriculum, and public library ASL curriculum. Since 2015, she is an expert at creating the instructional design in the Learning Management System in Canvas, Blackboard, Moodle, Google Classroom, Adobe Captive, and Brightspace by D2L for ASL courses in asynchronous and synchronous methods. She obtained the Quality Matters certification in 2020.

Purple Communication Awards Tech Grants for Texas School for the Deaf, 2017

 

Wilson, Keri D. Beliefs Of American Sign Language Teachers In Texas: Fingerspelling Tools and Uses. Lamar University, 2011.