Roz Hussin is currently an Instructional Design Technology Specialist at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, adjunct faculty at Southeast Community College, and instructor for the Barbara Bush Foundation Adult Literacy Program in Lincoln Public Schools. A graduate of Cornell University and an Architect by profession, she began teaching as an adjunct faculty in Architecture while practicing in industry. She eventually shifted to full-time academia and academic management at an international university, while simultaneously going back to grad school in instructional technology, and establishing a broad footing in the field of instructional design and curriculum development. While serving as the Associate Director of Academic Quality Assurance and International Corporate Development, her work took her to over a dozen countries in Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and the United States. Other previous positions include Nebraska 4-H Curriculum Coordinator, College Access Coach for the KnowHow2GO program, Program Technology Tutor for Educational Talent Search, and Camp Director for various summer and enrichment programs. Today, her roots in architecture continue to influence her out-of-the-box instructional design strategies. Her current area of interest is in MOOCs, the Connectivist globalized culture that MOOCs proliferate, and the impact that this new culture will have on mainstream and lifelong education.