What can I do for you?

My unique background and experience is especially suited to helping organizations in transition.

  • Are you in the process of transforming instruction into new forms and formats to meet the changing needs of learners?
  • Are you changing to a new LMS and need someone with skills in helping; gain audience buy-in, develop & deliver face-to-face and online training, and keep your organization moving forward?
  • Are you trying to develop a new curriculum to meet new organizational outcomes?
  • Are you trying to raise the level of learner engagement?
  • Do you need your learners to develop authentic skills and knowledge to meet an external evaluating organization?
  • Do you need effective,┬áinclusive, ADA complaint e-learning?

These are just a few of the knowledge and skill items that I bring with me.

For many years, I have had the great privilege to be an Instructional Designer and faculty member in higher education. It is my love of learning that drew me to instructional design, where I learn from and collaborate with faculty across a spectrum of curriculums. My own experience as a faculty member teaching graduate courses in instructional design (ID) and e-learning development has been key in building rapport with subject matter experts.


Essential Functions:

  • Develop and manage the schedule for online course development and delivery for assigned programs
  • Communicate effectively with faculty about expectations and deadlines
  • Develop new courses, and updating current courses
  • Coordinate with teams associated with learning technologies to support instructional media.
  • Design and develop multimedia components
  • Identify strategies for improving processes & procedures
  • Trouble shoot LMS issues as needed
  • Special projects as assigned

Direct Faculty support:

  • Instructional Strategies for face2face, hybrid, and online instruction
  • One-to-one and group training on Planning and Designing
  • Define expectations of course standards/outcomes based on organizational goals
  • Feedback Loop - In-course / participant-level, learner-level, analysis
  • Training on tools for instruction
  • Edit instructional materials
  • Troubleshoot and problem solve issues
  • Motivate faculty members
  • Prioritize time and have clear boundaries

Course/Program Design and Development support:

  • Coordinate with departments and faculty in defining program and course expectations of course standards/outcomes based on organizational goals
  • Create various types of user support materials including standard operating procedures, qualifications, manuals, adult learning education
  • Develop appropriate training objectives and test methods to design instructionally valid training materials
  • Design instructionally sound lesson plans incorporating a variety of delivery methods and media
  • Interact with management and subject matter expert to ensure accuracy and instructional content
  • Conduct and lead needs analysis, and evaluate effectiveness of learning solution

Tracking/Time Management

  • Coordinate with all department and course stakeholders to assure course construction and maintenance schedules are being applied according to program goals
  • Ensure that courses are designed with accessibility in mind
  • Evaluate the instructional effectiveness of ID processes
  • Apply standards associated with Quality Matters rubric or other assessment tool
  • Coordinate the development of instructional materials
  • Train faculty on emerging technologies
  • Provide continuous assistance with course readiness and course transfer