Megan Radcliff is an Instructional Specialist in Arts & Sciences, supporting faculty in the development of online and hybrid courses. With a learner-centered approach and an interest in universal design principles, Megan believes in the effective use of technology to extend the classroom and make education accessible and achievable for learners of all backgrounds and abilities.
Megan is an alumna of the University of Missouri - Columbia and holds a B.A. in Education as well as a Master of Educational Technology degree. She spent several years teaching and working with students in St. Louis before transitioning into curriculum development and learning management system administration. In 2018, she joined WashU as an Instructional Technologist supporting the campus learning management system, grading platforms, and various collaborative tools. She recently joined the A&S Instructional Specialist team and is excited to apply her technical experience and knowledge of educational technology integration.