Consulting

STEP for Employability for Veterans, College Students, High School Students, and Veterans. Created the unit, "Use of Social Media and Emerging Technologies” for the project. This Workshop assists  in transitioning clients to the world of work.


Feedback - "Your workshop has been a tremendous help for our group. We will be calling on you again." - Coordinator for Veteran's Professional Development.


National Telemedia Council (NTC). Curricula Design for 60th Anniversary Online Activities. Consulted and supervised curricula design of international online and in-room activities for the 60th anniversary of NTC with seven countries. 


Feedback - "As the session went on, I completely forgot about the equipment and that we were at different locations. I felt that we were all in the same room." - Online Participant


Cornerstone Literacy Project.

This project involved educator representatives from Cornerstone’s network of schools on the east coast. It provided new ideas and insights for creating effective focus groups and professional development workshops via synchronous and blended technologies. The training sessions were taught via videoconferencing, and culminated in short videoconference modules created by participants for presentation and critique. 


Feedback - "Thanks for (the) informative, collegial, interactive sessions…from my perspective, if we utilize what we learned our conferences will be immeasurably stronger." - Cornerstone Director 


Training Model Development for Education, Government, Non-Profits, and Business and Industry. This “7 Keys to Success” training model helped statewide, national, and international clients learn how to select appropriate technologies and create effective instructional materials and evaluation methods for teaching via synchronous and blended technologies. 


Feedback - "This training was the most significant factor in the course success…my confidence in using technology increased exponentially." - Professor, Department of Educational Administration, University of Wisconsin-Madison


Annual National Certificate Workshop.

Working with national participants from the Distance Learning Certificate Program, this yearly workshop project “Developing Learner-Centered/Interactive Strategies for Videoconferencing, Webconferencing, and Blended Technologies” led participants through the fundamentals of adapting materials for synchronous and blended technologies, using the “7 Keys to Success” model. It also looked at the critical concept of “creating presence.” 


Feedback - "You really walked the talk and not only laid out and explained the principles and options for interactive strategies, but you modeled them beautifully as well in your planning and direct instruction." - Certificate Program Coordinator