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Think.Create.

Teaching Statement

A primary motivation among students in the higher education setting is to develop and express workplace competencies. I believe it is incumbent upon educators to first define and then elaborate on the skills and aptitudes employers hope to discover. The capacity for understanding content, communication and corporate culture become increasingly important as more exchanges take place online and in the cloud. A recent New York Times article* notes that industry looks to higher educational systems to provide leaner and perhaps “meaner” graduates who can do more than simply access information but to be able to apply it to specific business problems.

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Courses Taught

2015

ART 340Web-based Design

DL 151 Fundamentals of Coding and Digital Thinking

2014

BUS 498 Research Seminar in Organizational Management

2013

BUS 495 Academic Writing and Research

2009

EDT 907 Gaming as an Interface to Learn

2007

EDT 720 Using Video in the Classroom

2006

EDT XXX Mentor for collaborative projects

2005

EDT 851 Online Nature Photography (2005 - 2008)

Selected Workshops

SPSS for Librarians

Introduction to Sitecore

Digital Photography

Website Design & Creation

Blogging in the Classroom

Online Activism

Podcasting

Microsoft Office Suite

Facets of Online Learning & Teaching
(course management tools, strategies for discussions, and course design)