Molly Noble

Instructional Technologist

Molly has worked in the field of educational technology and distance learning since 2006. Her experience has focused on instructional design, instructional technology, online and hybrid delivery, and adult learning

Education

  • Bachelor of Arts in French Area Studies, University of Minnesota
  • Master of Arts in Theological Studies, Bethel Seminary

What Molly Does at Bethel

Molly is the TLT's liaison to the College of Adult and Professional Studies and Graduate School. She provides just-in-time support in the use of educational technologies to instructors teaching in those schools. She also works as an instructional designer for the adult undergraduate and graduate programs and courses. Additionally, Molly offers workshops on educational technology for specific programs, and on a university-wide basis, manages Bethel's eportfolio platforms.

In Her Free Time

As a mother of teenage twin boys, Molly enjoys watching her kids play hockey and soccer. As a family, they like to bike, rock climb, and spend time on the ski boat together. They also like to play ping pong and watch their favorite shows. Molly and her husband love to cook, enjoy eating what they make and sharing it with family and friends. She is passionate about issues of social justice and compassion and is actively involved in her community working to end homelessness for families and children.

Favorite Techie Movie

Star Wars. The original movie, which Molly saw in the theater 11 times, is still one of her favorite movies.

Contact IconContact Molly

molly-noble@bethel.edu
651.635.8040
BOC E237
HC302