Faculty/Staff Who Had The Biggest Difference in Your College Experience (2018-2019)

Three of our department’s four UWF Student Votes at Commencement in First Year as Assistant Professor

Favorite Instructor (2009)

ITT-Tech, Student Voted, Institution-Wide

Courses Taught

University of West Florida

Instructor

EME 6062- Applied Instructional Technology Investigations; FA 19-Current

Graduate Asynchronous Online Course. Explores Past, Present, and Future Instructional Technology Research, Paradigms, and Underlying Theory. Explores Quantitative, Qualitative, and Mixed Methods Approaches.

EME 6626- Emerging and Innovative Technology Systems; FA 19-Current

Graduate Asynchronous Online Course. Explores Emerging/Innovative Technology Integration as Instructional Strategies.

EME 6607- Implementation of Instructional Technology Projects; SU 19-Current

Graduate  Asynchronous Online Course. Explores Technology Integration and Instructional Technology Project Management processes and planning.

EME 6414- Web-Based Instructional Tools for Educators; SP 19-Current

Graduate  Asynchronous Online Course. Explores Design and Development of Web Based Instruction Using a Variety of Technologies. Includes Design and Development of Multiple Units of Instruction.

EME 6415- Digital Video for Instruction; SP 19-Current

Graduate Asynchronous Online Course. Focuses on Creating Instructional Video that Considers Alignment, Techniques, and Purposes. Practical Applications of The Concepts Through Video Creation is Included.

EDG 3661- Adult Learning Theory and Curriculum Development; SP 19-Current

Undergraduate Asynchronous Online Course. Examines Characteristics of Adult Learners and Their Impact on Design and Development of Education and Training Programs.

EME 3351- Introduction to Instructional and Performance Technology; FA 18-Current

Undergraduate Asynchronous Online Course. Examines and Contrasts the IDT and HPT fields, and Includes Projects Culminating in a Large Reference Guide for the Fields.

EME 6458- Distance Learning and Policy Planning, QM Certified; SU 18-Current

Graduate Asynchronous Online Course. Covers Distance Learning from an Administrator’s Perspective, Includes Philosophy of Distance Learning and a Research Paper.

James Madison University

Instructor

EDUC 641-Learning Theories and Instructional Models; FA17-SU18

Graduate Synchronous Online Course. Covers Learning Throughout the Lifespan and Includes Final Theory to Practice Paper

University of South Alabama

Instructor

ISD410-Organization and Coordination of Training Programs; Fa18

Undergraduate Course Online. Covers Major Concepts in Creating and Leading a Training Program, Project Management, Creation of Artifacts, and a Final Instructional Design Training Project.

ISD320-Training Interventions; SP 17

Undergraduate Course Online. Covers Major Concepts in Training Interventions, Creation of Artifacts, and a Final Instructional Design Training Project.

Boise State University

Instructor

EDTECH597-Introduction to Openness; SU 16

Graduate Course Online. Covers Major Areas of Openness (Open Access Research, Open Source Software, Open Teaching & Learning, Open Content, etc.) as they relate to Instructional Design 

The University of Tampa

Instructor

ASK 100; FA 17-SP 18

Focuses on Academic Skills, Including Creating Effective Organizational Skills & Academic Practices, and Adopting Useful Tools and Strategies to Support Academic Success. 

BAC 101/102 FA 17-FA17

First Year Experience (FYE) Course Focused on College Success, Integration into University Culture, Campus Technologies and Partners, and Academic Development 

GTW101-Gateways; SP 18

Baccalaureate Experience Course, Covers Technology & Campus Systems, College Success Strategies, and Introductory College Concepts 

University of South Alabama

Instructor (Non-Primary)

IDE 510-Educational Research & Evaluation

Covers Educational Research: Data Collection Methods, Research Designs, Research Proposals, Types of Research, Evaluation Methods 

EPY 502-Psychological Principles of Learning       

Covers Basic Learning Principles: Psychological Theories of Learning, Influential Theorists, Important Models & Processes

ISD 641-Performance Systems Technology

Covers the Basics of Performance Improvement: Drivers, Systems, Interventions, Relationship to Instructional Design

ISD 621-Instructional Design 

Covers Instructional Design Basics: ADDIE Phases, Dick, Carey & Carey Model, General Instructional Design Principles & Processes

ISD 622- Advanced Instructional Design

Covers Advanced Instructional Design Concepts: In Depth ADDIE Phases, Formal Reports, Instructional Materials, Influential Research

IDE 620- Quantitative Methods I 

Covers Introductory Statistics for Research: Measures of Central Tendency, Significance Testing, Data Organization, Basic Statistical Analyses

Grading Teaching Assistant

IDE 510-Educational Research and Evaluation

Covers Educational Research: Data Collection Methods, Research Designs, Research Proposals, Types of Research, Evaluation Methods 

Non-Grading Teaching Assistant

IDE 650-Instructional Techniques

Covers Models of Teaching: History and State of Teaching Models, Instructional and Learning Strategies, Types and Models of Teaching, and More.    

IDE 581-Hypermedia Tools

Covers Technology for Instructional Design: Professional Skills, Digital Resumes, Screen Capture, Video Editing, Web Conferencing, Photoshop, and More.    

ITT Technical Institute

Instructor

GE 273-Microeconomics 

General Concepts in Microeconomics: Supply & Demand, Equilibrium, Capital & Substitute Goods

TB 332-Professional Procedures & Portfolio Development                    Professional & Portfolio Development for Work: Resume & Cover Letter Development, Hiring Process, Interviewing Techniques, Etiquette

TB 133-Strategies for the Developing Student

Strategies for Student Success & Development: Study Skills, Note Taking, Introspection, Developing Proactive Learning Habits