A sampling of work product I have created is available for download below. All links open in a new tab/window, depending upon your browser.

St. Philip’s College, San Antonio:

  • BYOD – There’s an App for That!:  A handout to accompany a workshop for Employee Development Day, Fall 2012. The training was to introduce staff on campus to the resources available on the iPad for staff development, as well as for any faculty attending – including resources students may benefit from. I showcased Pulse, Evernote, and Dropbox and conducted a hands-on workshop, with iPads, for the full room of attendees (~25). I also made a conscious decision to showcase apps that would work on iOS, Android, and Web platforms to accommodate our diverse population of technology users.
  • Evernote-iPhone5: A handout on how to setup, configure, and use Evernote on the iPhone. Delivered for the Employee Development Day, Fall 2012, hands-on workshop. Tutorial created using ScreenSteps.
  • Pulse_web: A handout on how to setup, configure, and use Pulse on the iPad or web. Delivered for the Employee Development Day, Fall 2012, hands-on workshop. Tutorial created using ScreenSteps.
  • Apps! (Focus: iPad): A tri-fold handout for the Fiesta of Teaching Technology Showcase, April 24, 2013. The goal is to introduce more ways to integrate technology in the face-to-face as well as fully online classroom using the iPads available for checkout via our department. The handout includes apps for Writing, Note-taking, Organizing, Research, Math, Presentation, Screen Capture, Recording, Sharing, Engaging, and Web-conferencing apps. Also included are resources for implementation and administration of iPads for departments/programs. Handout created using Pages.

University of California, San Francisco:

  • Whitepaper: Moodle 2 – Alfresco Integration, copyright UC Regents 2011. I researched, tested, interviewed, and eventually published my results of an in-depth usability and systems integration and sustainability study for implementing an API integration between Moodle 2 (learning management system) and Alfresco (content management system) on our campus at the University of California, San Francisco.
  • BrochureBuilding Virtual Collaboration Spaces on the CLE  – I rebranded and refocused the Learning Technology Group’s Building Your First CLE Course for delivery to a non-academic audience in order to expand the use of the Collaborative Learning Environment (CLE – built on Moodle) at the University of California, San Francisco.
  • Articulate Presenter: Fully online, self-paced training on how to use Articulate to create online learning modules as stand alone web units or published as SCORM compliant modules with tracking features. Scroll down to Section 2 and click on the link for the SCORM tutorial (created with Articulate Presenter): Articulate Tutorial – Creating Narrated PowerPoint Presentations to Fully Engaging Learning Modules (all tutorials)

City College of San Francisco:

  • MOODLE Project Tasks: I created a map of Moodle administrative and training processes for the first year migration and deployment of the new learning management system chosen by City College of San Francisco. This includes migration of courses off of existing systems (WebCT, Blackboard CE6, older versions of Moodle); new Moodle site administration configuration; integration with Student Information Services (SIS – known as Registrar data, such as from Banner or Datatel); training faculty cohorts for migration as well as new adopters; and also course management processes for copying data from one semester to another and handling new course requests.
  • Onliner Flowchart: Flowchart of processes and procedures for fully online faculty (termed “Onliners”) to progress through in the Technology Mediated Instruction Online Course Development program at City College of San Francisco.  I mapped this out to provide clarity and discussion points in review of the programmatic procedures.
  • Onliner Training Schedule Fall 2010: Training schedule for the Online Course Development Program at City College of San Francisco. Revised to follow updated training program based on feedback and observation of delivery and results from prior cohorts of faculty. Created in collaboration with Coordinator of Technology Mediated Instruction.
  • Online Rubric: This rubric was created in collaboration with the Coordinator of Technology Mediated Instruction as an evaluation of courses developed through the Online Course Development Program. The rubric addresses key elements of course readiness for fully online delivery at City College of San Francisco.
  • Knowledge-base: After using a course to contain all of the training and support materials for a year, I suggested moving all of the materials to a knowledge-base platform. I supervised a student intern in our software search and testing and selected a company that met the criteria and budget I specified. The company also migrated our packaged assets to the new knowledge-base for a nominal fee – getting us up and running within a month.  I then instructed the intern in how to use keyword analysis tools to search each article and create tags for indexing, as well as link each article to other relevant topics. The result? A searchable website that both faculty and students are still using to this day, that is easily updated and holds all of City College’s support and training content documentation for their learning management system (Insight, built on Moodle). The Knowledge-base is also licensed under a Creative Commons License. [As of March 2014, it appears the knowledge base has been taken down for revisions for Moodle version 2. Content in the knowledge-base is still available upon request.]


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