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CLT TEAM

The CLT team is composed of members with diverse backgrounds and experiences but have the common goal of supporting faculty to enhance learning, student engagement, and success.

 

Glenné Whisenhunt

Director of the Center for Learning and Teaching

Glenne Whisenhunt

Glenné came to Oklahoma City Community College in 2009. Her years of educational experience includes educational research at the University of Oklahoma's K20 Center, high school principal, Chemistry and Biological Sciences instructor, and multiple leadership positions. One of Glenne's passions is the pursuit of increased student engagement and innovative teaching practices. She works diligently to research and explore the possibility of incorporating these strategies into OCCC classrooms.


Morgan Felty

Student Engagement and Moodle End User Administrator

Morgan Felty

Morgan Felty is a 2003 OCCC graduate with an Associate's Degree in Sociology. Morgan worked in the student testing center from 2004-2008 and then moved to his current role. He enjoys working in the educational environment and strives to provide excellent service to students, faculty, and staff. Morgan embraces the challenges of working in the ever-advancing field of instructional technology and prides himself on being able to continually meet the shifting technical support needs of the college's students.


Carolyn Woodhouse

CLT Assistant

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Carolyn moved to Oklahoma City from Clarksville, Arkansas, where she was employed at the University of the Ozarks, a private, four-year university, for eleven years. Prior to that, she lived in Texas for over 30 years where she attended Vernon College at Sheppard Air Force Base for two semesters after graduating from high school, raised a family, and gained valuable experience working outside the home. Carolyn began employment at OCCC at the end of May, 2015 as Secretary for the then Division of Information Technology. She served the Division of Science, Engineering and Math Division as their Secretary for the next three years before finding her current home in the Center for Learning and Teaching as Assistant. She offers over 30 years of experience in Secretary and Administrative Assistant positions during her past employment. She enjoys   spending time with her family, watching PBS, and genealogy.