Most of my work in Instructional Technology is not available for public viewing. In the University of MN system course sites must be closed primarily to maintain student privacy, but also to protect intellectual property.
Outside of an institutional setting most people who are teaching online classes also need to protect their product in ways that allow them charge for their work. Therefore, this page primarily lists work I’ve done and provides some screen shots to give a general idea of the work rather than providing links. References from people I have worked closely with in Instructional Technology are available upon request.
The Artist’s Brain online art classes by Mark Granlund:
Mark Granlud is a St. Paul MN based artist. I worked with Mark in creating his first online course using Moodle, an open source course management tool, and a free course hosting site. I taught him to use Moodle on his own and he went on to create several online courses.
University of Minnesota, Instructional Technology Fellow:
I worked as an Instructional Technology Fellow at the University of Minnesota, College of Liberal Arts, from 2003 – 2010. I supported a number of departments over those years, working with instructors to implement the use of technology in their instruction. I used, and taught others to use, Moodle and WebVista course management systems as well as a wide variety of other tools. Here are a couple of screen shots of a Moodle site set up for a training session done with instructors in the English Department: