About Stacey Murphy

Stacey Murphy is a member of the CourseArc Client Product Implementation and Support Team and has been working in education for over 17 years. She started her career as a high school math teacher, completed her master’s degrees as an online student, and was the Director of Curriculum and Training for a national education management organization. Her experience includes working with traditional, blended, and online schools. Stacey lives in the Orlando, Florida area with her husband and three children.

Q&A: Wellness for Educators

Stress, burnout, and mental health concerns are all issues that many educators across the U.S. have faced. COVID amplified these issues even more. Wellness for Educators works to support educators through whole-school, research-based, trauma- and equity-informed, somatic (mind-body) education, practices, and strategies for mental, physical, social, and emotional health and wellbeing.

A Few of our Favorite CourseArc Features

CourseArc’s curated features are devised by real content creators and are routinely expanded upon through collaboration and feedback from clients and experts in the field. We asked our Professional Services team (who are also avid users of the CourseArc platform, themselves) to narrow down some of their favorites and this is what we got!

Creating Better Content with Lessons Learned from Brain Research

The brain is arguably one of the most complex organs of the body, and one we still do not fully understand. While we do know that it weighs 3 pounds, and brain information can travel up to 268 miles per hour (the equivalent of the speed of a Bugatti Veyron, the world’s fastest car), there is still so much about the brain we don’t know. That’s why continued research is incredibly important for various reasons—from medical and technological advancements to informing how we learn.

So You Want to Be a Chief Learning Officer: Here’s What It Takes

Organizations are thinking more strategically about how they use and deploy their human capital assets. As a result, demand for learning and development programs will grow. It is the job of a learning development officer to identify learning goals, create learning strategies, oversee their execution and ensure all educational programs align with larger company goals. Do you have what it takes?

Top Five Predictions for 2022 – eLearning Edition

We’ve been in this business for a while, so here is what we predict will be the top trends for 2022 for online education and training.

Q&A: Madison Area Technical

Madison Area Technical College is known for their real-world, smart approach to learning – offering students innovative, high-tech career programs and college transfer opportunities. Since the College's humble trade school beginnings in 1912, Madison College has reflected the world around it. 

Falling Head Over Heels for Online Learning: The 5 Love Languages of the Instructional Designer

At CourseArc, we have noticed some common traits amongst our team members and the instructional designers working for our clients. These folks LOVE online learning and you can too by learning and adopting the 5 Love Languages of the Instructional Designer.

Navigating the Journey to Teaching and Learning Online: Step 5

In your journey to teaching and learning online, the last and final step is preparing your program for the future.

Navigating the Journey to Teaching and Learning Online: Step 2

In the journey to a fully online education, rapid development is the second step in getting your organization mobilized. Take stock of the tools you already have and determine where you need to add resources. Read more of our tips on how to rapidly develop your online course.

Navigating the Journey to Teaching and Learning Online: Step 1

In the journey to a fully online education, triage is the first step in getting your organization mobilized. At CourseArc, we believe the best content is built by bringing different minds together. Read our tips on how to rapidly respond and triage.

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