As a Course Developer, Clarissa Anderson supports faculty with course design and development. She frequently reviews online courses for quality assurance, conducts benchmarking research, and storyboards course overview videos, among other things. Clarissa is passionate about accessibility, usability, and online literacy, and has presented on these topics at OU’s Academic Technology Expo. Before joining the Office of Digital Learning in 2018, she conducted research and planned advertising campaigns for clients in Waco, Texas, including an education service center, and worked as a library assistant at Baylor University’s Texas Collection. Clarissa received a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism New Media from Baylor University, and completed the Online Learning Consortium’s Instructional Designer Certificate Program. Currently, she is working toward a master’s degree in Learning Design and Technology from George Mason University.