Are you curious about using multimedia to enhance your teaching? To learn more about creating dynamic podcasts, video lectures, or eye-catching text-based lectures, enroll in “EDT 5 Creating Multimedia for Online Classes.” In this course, you will explore best practices for transforming your content into media that will free up your time for more student-centered, active learning experiences. This course applies to online, hybrid, and face-to-face teaching.
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I have been designing learning experiences since 2003, transitioning from the film industry as a camera assistant, to a “sensible” career in instructional design.
Throughout my career, I have designed instruction for both corporate and academic clients. In the corporate sphere, I designed training for companies such as Genentech, American Automobile Association (AAA), Cisco, Visa, and Symantec. In higher education, I’ve had the role of instructional designer at U.C. Berkeley and the University of San Francisco.
My current professional interests include instructional design and assessment practices, the convergence of learning and user experience design, and of course edutainment.
I received my Master of Arts in Education in Instructional Technologies from San Francisco State University in 2007, and I am currently enrolled in a doctoral program in Organization and Leadership at the University of San Francisco.