Bofill, Leslie, PHD
Title: Director of Instructional Design & Training Faculty Administrator
Office: AHC2 492
Department(s): Information Technology
Leslie Bofill, PhD joined FIU Wertheim College of Medicine in October 2008. She is responsible for researching and evaluating educational technologies for use in the classroom and in the online learning environment. She works directly with our faculty, providing instructional design guidance on the development of multimedia lessons, instructional video, and interactive online modules. She also provides training to faculty, staff, and students on a variety of topics in support of the instructional technology systems at the medical school. Prior to joining the College of Medicine, Leslie worked as an Instructional Systems Designer at Ultimate Software. While there, she was responsible for developing multimedia e-learning and instructor-led training courses for employees. She also worked as an Instructional Designer/E-Learning Consultant at FIU's Online department where she assisted faculty in creating online and hybrid courses. She also worked as a consultant developing training for various organizations, including Christian Aid, a non-profit international organization. Leslie also brings teaching experience, having taught English Composition and English as a Second Language courses as an adjunct faculty member at Miami-Dade College. She also developed and facilitated graduate, online courses in TESOL and Linguistics. She holds a Master's in Linguistics from Florida International University and a Master's in Instructional Design for Online Learning from Capella University. She completed her Ph.D. in Computing Technology in Education at Nova Southeastern University in 2016. Her primary areas of interest are in the role of instructional design methodologies in the development of online lessons, video as a teaching and learning tool, and online education.
- Bofill, L. (2013). Constructivism and Collaboration Using Web 2.0 Technology. Journal of Applied Learning Technology, 3(2): 31-37.