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Project Manager and Educational Technologist
November 2000 – June 2005
Columbia University, Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning, New York, NYhttp://ccnmtl.columbia.edu/
Partnered with Columbia University faculty to identify educational challenges and explored ways toaddress learning challenges through curricular reforms and digital media that applied best practices andresearch in the field of educational technology.
Directed and managed Web-based educational technology projects following a design researchmethodology.
Led formative and summative evaluation of educational technology projects.
Supervised programmers, web designers, and graduate assistants to develop online study experiencesfor Columbia University students.
Taught and developed curricular content for faculty workshops in course management systemsincluding Prometheus and BlackBoard.
, January 1999 – November 2000Columbia University, Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning, New York, NYhttp://ccnmtl.columbia.edu/
Conducted individual training of over 100 faculty members in creating course Web sites andeducational activities using Web-based materials.
Created digital learning tools for use by Columbia University faculty for hundreds of ColumbiaUniversity students.
Taught and developed curricular content for educational and technical workshops for ColumbiaUniversity faculty.
Presented projects to the Columbia University community and staff highlighting the educationalimpact of using various technologies in education.
, 2010 – Present New York University, Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York, NY
Teaches a blended synchronous online course in
to MBA students in theIOMS department. Redesigned the course from 1.5 credits to a 3 credit offering. Updated thecurriculum to reflect new marketing and social media trends. Regularly invite executives and professionals in marketing, technology, and social media to present their work to the class. Studentgroups work with real businesses as clients to analyze their social presence and redesign their socialmedia strategy.http://bit.ly/nyustern_ecommunities
Teaches an undergraduate course in
Search in the New Economy
in the IOMS department. Studentsdeveloped and published their own blogs and have the option to design a project or paper around theconcept of “search”. Collaborated with Professor White to expand the focus of the social mediaaspects of the course.http://bit.ly/nyustern_search(protected document available via Google Docs @Stern)
Clinical Assistant Professor of Digital Communications and Media
, 2009 – Present New York University, School of Continuing and Professional Studies, New York, NY
Research Process and Methodology
to graduate students in the M.S. in Management andSystems. Students receive certification from the UCIAHS, conduct a comprehensive literature reviewon their research topic, construct research questions, and plan their research methodology for their theses.http://bit.ly/nyuscps_researchmethods