For the past twenty plus years I worked extensively with Instructional Communications Systems, University of Wisconsin-Extension to explore emerging technologies, discover how to select the most appropriate technologies for specific learning contexts, adapt and design effective teaching and learning materials for these contexts, and create a “sense of presence.” My work has encompassed the fields of education, government, non-profits, and business and industry. 


I retired from the University of Wisconsin in 2011 but continue my work with eInterface. Below are some examples of my training in which  I've used blended technologies at multiple locations both nationally and internationally:

  • A Roadmap for Using Social Media
  • Technology and Learning Design
  • Creating a Sense of Presence in Online Learning
  • Managing Online Instructor Workload
  • Motivating and Retaining Online Students 
  • Videoconferencing for Engineering Professional Development 
  • Webcasting Use for Organizations 
  • Using Learning Objects as Instructional Aides
  • Teaching With Interactive Videoconferencing 
  • Using Video-based American Sign Language