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Ericka Hollis is a leader, promoter, creator, and administrator of high-quality learning experiences. Hollis has substantial experience in online, hybrid, and face-to-face teaching and learning. Her teaching and learning philosophy is undergirded by over twelve years of instructional design and technology experience both in academia and in the private sector as well as years of postsecondary teaching experience. Her research is focused on modern digital technologies and their impact on pedagogy/andragogy, communication, and higher educational leadership. Prior to joining Regis, Hollis held positions at Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) as an Assistant Director of Learning Design in the Teaching and Learning Lab and at the University of Kentucky as the Director of Online Learning and Lecturer in the College of Education.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Educational Sciences, focus area Higher Education Technology Leadership, University of Kentucky
Master of Education (MEd), Instructional Technology, College of Education, University of Georgia
Bachelor of Science (BS), Technical Communication, College of Engineering, Mercer University
Hollis, E. T.(2016). Traditional Liberal Arts Colleges' Consideration and Adoption of Online Education: A Presidential Perspective (Doctoral Dissertation).
Richardson, J. W., Specker, D. Hollis, E., and Mcleod, S. (2016). Are changing school needs reflected in principal job ads? National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) Bulletin,100(1), 71-92.doi: 10.1177/0192636516656797
Richardson, J. W., and Hollis, E. T.(2015). Analysis of educational leadership faculty job market. University Council of Education Administration Review, 56(3), 10-13.
Coaplen, C., Hollis, E. T., and Bailey, R. (2013). Going beyond the content: Building community through collaboration in online teaching. Researcher: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 26(3), 1-19.
Hollis, E. T. (2016, November). The adoption of online education by traditional liberal arts colleges: College presidents’ perspective. Presentation at the Online Learning Consortium Accelerate 2016 Conference in Orlando, FL.
Hollis, E. T.(2016, April). Adopting online teaching strategies at a research university: Faculty perceptions. Paper presentation at the 7th Annual Midwest Graduate Research Symposium (MGRS), Toledo, OH.
Richardson, J. W., and Hollis, E. T. (2015, April). An analysis of the educational leadership faculty job market. Paper presentation at the 2015 American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
Lewis, W. D., Hollis, E. T., Jones, W. A., and Hutchens, N. H. (2015, April). Strategic approaches to increasing faculty diversity at research universities. Paper presentation at the 2015 American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
Hurst, T., and Hollis, E. T.(2014, November). A backchannel community: A look into how online educational leadership PhD students communicate. Paper presentation at the 2014 University Council for Educational Administration Convention, Washington, DC.
Lewis, W. D., Hollis, E. T., Jones, W. A., and Hutchens, N. H. (2014, November). Increasing faculty diversity in colleges of education, strategically. Paper presentation at the 2014 University Council for Educational Administration Convention, Washington, DC.