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KEITH D. BAILEY, Ph.D. Office
The College of Arts and Architecture The Pennsylvania State University 12 Borland Building University Park, PA 16802 O: 814.863.7447 firstname.lastname@example.org Home 921 W. Fairmount Ave. State College, PA 16801 C: 814.360.7587 email@example.com
Over the past eleven years, I have worked as a leader and innovator in instructional technology at Penn State University. I am a highly motivated entrepreneur who has managed large, curricularbased program initiatives. I have an aptitude for developing strategic initiatives that align closely with the mission of the institution. While at Penn State I have demonstrated expertise in: • • • • Strategic planning Revenue generation Budget management IT project management • Organizational leadership • Program and curricular development • Instructional technological innovation
The Pennsylvania State University University Park, PA 16802 Ph.D. (2002), Workforce Education, Training and Development Dissertation Topic: The Effects of Learning Strategies on Student Interaction and Student Satisfaction Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania Bloomsburg, PA 17815 M.S. (1996), Instructional Technology Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania Bloomsburg, PA 17815 B.S. (1994), Adult Health and Fitness
THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY PARK, PA 16802 Director, e-Learning Institute and Assistant Professor of Visual Arts, College of Arts and Architecture July 2005 – Present • Oversee the implementation and delivery of the college's e-learning portfolio; including thirty-nine online and blended courses, two online programs, crossing seven academic disciplines, offered through several university campuses, providing more than 10,000 enrollments annually while generating more than $1.4 million in revenue Oversee the day-to-day operations for the e-Learning Institute including the management of the institute’s budget (9 FTE) Collaborate with deans, associate deans, and the college's academic unit heads to develop visionary strategic goals as they relate to online instruction Direct the development of an open source e-Learning Management System (eLMS) used to streamline the design, development, and delivery of the college's elearning courses for faculty and design staff Designed a custom instructional design and development methodology used to drive the college's e-learning efforts Serve on several university-wide committees focused on setting policies and guidelines for the university's technology-based learning initiatives Implemented a faculty fellowship program to engage and mentor faculty in the development of e-learning courseware Developed a partnership with the University of Arts London to establish a U.S.based international conference (Designs on e-Learning) focused on technologybased learning in the arts and design
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Associate Director, IST Solutions Institute and Assistant Professor, College of Information Sciences and Technology August 2004 – June 2005 • • • • Assisted in the management of the IST Solutions Institute budget Managed educational and organizational relationships for online course development Assisted in the strategic planning and direction of the Solutions Institute Provided leadership and oversight in the day-to-day operations for the IST Solutions Institute
Manager of Instructional Technology Solutions, IST Solutions Institute and Assistant Professor, College of Information Sciences and Technology August 2001 – August 2004 • • • Managed the relationship with Lockheed Martin for online course development Provided guidance and leadership for the Solutions Institute as it relates to instructional technology Led the design and development effort for the creation of an online self- and team-evaluation application
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Managed the design, development, and implementation of a course management system for IST Developed policies for content contribution for the IST Web site
Instructional Designer, IST Solutions Institute, College of Information Sciences and Technology September 2000 – August 2001 • • • • • Led the integration of learning management systems into online courses, including WebCT and ANGEL Worked with faculty across the University to create online course content Conducted faculty development workshops for the delivery of online courses Worked with IST administration to develop online curriculum Assisted in the creation of standards for methodological design and instructional strategies used in all online courses for IST
Graduate Assistant, IST Solutions Institute, College of Information Sciences and Technology August 1999 – August 2000 • • • Collaboratively worked with a design team to develop IST’s web-based courses delivered to over 1,500 students at 20 campus locations Worked with the design team to identify instructional strategies for IST’s web-based courses Performed needs analyses to determine IST Web site discrepancies
Lead Instructional Designer, The Smeal College of Business Administration January 1999 – July 1999 • • • • Designed and developed an informational kiosk Managed the design and development of a CD-ROM based case study with CIGNA insurance company Produced print and packaging materials for a CD-ROM based case study Managed the design and development of a database internship tracking system
HORIZON INTERACTIVE, INC., COLORADO SPRINGS, CO, 80901 Instructional Designer/Technologist May 1996 – July 1998 • • • • • Developed technical writing documentation Created web and computer-based user interface designs Conducted corporate needs analysis Developed Intranet sites for corporate clients Developed computer-based training CD-ROMs
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THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY PARK, PA 16802 College of Arts and Architecture INART 497F – Integrative Arts Project Management Independent Study. (Fall 2006, Fall 2008, Spring 2009). College of Information Sciences and Technology IST 110 – An Introduction to Information Sciences and Technology. (Summer 2001, Fall 2001). IST 302 – IT Project Management. (Fall 2003, Spring 2004, Fall 2004). IST 497F – IT Project Management. (Fall 2002). College of Information Sciences and Technology’s Pennsylvania Governor’s School for Information Sciences and Technology (PGSIT) IST 210 – Organization of Data (Introduction to Database Design and Development). (Summer 2002, Summer 2003, Summer 2004).
Pursel, B.K. & Bailey, K.D. (2008). Establishing Virtual Learning Worlds. In P. Rao & S. A. Zodgekar (Eds.), Virtual Reality: Concepts and Applications (pp. 85-94). Nagarjuna Hills, Punjgutta: Icfai University Press. Bailey, K.D. & Morais, D.B. (2005). Exploring the Use of Blended Learning in Tourism Education. Journal of Teaching in Travel and Tourism. 4(4), 23-36. Bailey, K.D. (2004). Supporting Your Learning Organization Through the Integration of a Performance Support System. Journal of Instruction Delivery Systems. 18(2), 34-39. Bailey, K.D. (1997). A systematic approach to developing a web site. Broaden Your Horizon. 4(1) 1-5.
SELECTED PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS
Drupal in Education: Rethinking the Traditional Approach to Managing Course Content. Presented at the SUNY Delhi 2-3-98 Conference. The State University of New York (SUNY) Delhi Campus, Delhi, NY, August 2009. Announcing a New, Open, E-Learning Management System, ELMS. Presented with Bryan T. Ollendyke. Presented at the Sloan-C International Symposium for Online Learning: Emerging Technology Applications. San Francisco, CA, June 2009. T.E.A.C.H Act. Presented at the Champlain College Faculty Development Event. Burlington, VT, May 2009. (Invited)
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Conducted a series of e-learning faculty development workshops for Mesa State College. Grand Junction, CO, April 28 & 29, 2009. (Invited Speaker) Virtual World/Virtual Museum: The Palmer Museum of Art's Second Life. Presented with Dana Carlisle Kletchka. Presented at the 2009 NAEA National Convention. Minneapolis, MN, April 2009. Pedagogy and Profit: Issues in Online Art Education. Presented with Karen Keifer-Boyd and Charles Garoian. Presented at the 2009 NAEA National Convention, Minneapolis, MN, April 2009. Rapid e-Learning Using Open-Source Drupal Modules. Workshop conducted with Bryan Ollendyke and Bill Rose. Conducted at the Society for Applied Learning Technologies (SALT). Orlando, FL, February 2009. The Ins and Outs of Getting an e-Learning Initiative Started in Higher Education. Presented with Bill Rose. Presented at the Society for Applied Learning Technologies (SALT). Orlando, FL, February 2009. Open Education. 2009 Teaching and Learning with Technology Summer Camp Panelist With Ken Udas and David DiBiase. The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, August 2008. (Invited) Dance 100: Teaching Diversity Through Dance. Presented with Michele Dunleavy and Megan Marut. Presented at the 6th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities. Honolulu, HI, January 2008. Web 2.0: Transforming the Delivery of Traditional Studio Courses. Presented with Bryan Ollendyke. Presented at the 6th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities. Honolulu, HI, January 2008. The Convergence of Online and Classroom Instruction into a Hybrid Learning Model for General Education Music Courses. Presented with Stephen Hopkins. Presented at the Association for Technology in Music Instruction (ATMI). Salt Lake City, UT, November 2007. The Online Studio Solved: How We Transformed the Delivery of a Traditional Studio Course. Presented with Bill Rose. Presented at the 2nd International Designs on eLeaning Conference. London, UK, September 2007. A Model for Conducting Online Peer Evaluations. Presented at the 10th Sloan-C International Conference on Asynchronous Learning Networks. Orlando, FL, November 2004. Designing Web-based Instruction With Information Architecture. Presented with Beth Bailey. Presented at the Society for Applied Learning Technologies (SALT). Arlington, VA, August 2003.
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Providing Database and Web Application Services for Teaching and Research. Presented with Craig Anthony. Presented at the International DB2 Users Group (IDUG). Las Vegas, NV, May 2003. Online Learning – A Recipe for Success. Presented with Bill Walton. Presented at the Society for Applied Learning Technologies (SALT). Orlando, FL, February 2003.
AWARDS AND GRANTS
Member of the Revenue Generation and Sharing Model Team Recognized by the Executive Vice President and Provost and the Office of Planning and Institutional Assessment for our outstanding contributions to creativity, quality, and innovation at Penn State. (Spring 2009) Received $50,000 from the Penn State Blended Learning Initiative for the creation of a World Music course. (Fall 2007) Received the equivalent of $3,000 to create the College of Arts and Architecture’s Palmer Museum of Art into a virtual, SecondLife, environment. (Summer 2007) Received an Incentives and Innovations Fund grant of $6,000 to support the creation of a blended Dance Appreciation course. (Fall 2006) Received $10,000 from the Penn State Blended Learning Initiative for the conversion of an online jazz course into a blended learning course. (Fall 2006) IBM Eclipse Innovation Grant, $30,000, PI. (Spring 2005) “CMMI Online Course” Lockheed Martin, $5,000, Co-PI. (July 2004 – December 2004) “DoDAF Executive Summary Online Course” Lockheed Martin, $89,126, Co-PI. (October 2003 – March 2004)
SELECTED PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Serve on The Pennsylvania State University Faculty Advisory Committee on Academic Computing. (Fall 2009 – Present) Serve on The Pennsylvania State University Academic College/Outreach Partnership committee. (Fall 2009 – Present) Serve on The Pennsylvania State University e-Learning Strategic committee. (Fall 2009 – Present) Serve on the College of Arts and Architecture’s Marketing Taskforce subcommittee. (Fall 2009 – Present) Chair the College of Arts and Architecture’s e-Learning Continuous Quality Improvement (e-LCQI) committee. (Fall 2009 – Present)
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Chair The Pennsylvania State University Online Coordinating Council Instructional Design and Development subcommittee. (Fall 2009 – Present) Serve on The Pennsylvania State University e-Learning Repository committee. (Fall 2008 – present) Serve on the College of Arts and Architecture Revenue Restructuring working group. (Fall 2008 – 2009) Serving as the College of Arts and Architecture e-Learning Advocate. (Spring 2006 – Present) Served on the Interdisciplinary Design Studio (IDS) program development committee for the College of Arts and Architecture. (Spring - Fall 2006) Serving on The Pennsylvania State University Online Coordinating Council. (Fall 2005 Present) Serving on the PSU Administrative Infrastructure sub-committee for The Pennsylvania State University. (Fall 2005 - Present)
Volunteer T-ball Coach for the State College Little League Volunteer Soccer Coach for the State College Centre Soccer Association Volunteer for Our Children’s Center Montessori School Web Committee Chair and designer/developer for the Tussey Mountainback 50 Mile Relay and Ultra marathon Participant in the American Cancer Society Relay for Life Volunteer for the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts Volunteer for The Pennsylvania State University Nittany Lion Club Volunteer for First Night Pikes Peak Team Captain for Horizon Interactive’s involvement in the YMCA Corporate Cup
Society for Applied Learning Technologies (SALT) EDUCAUSE Sloan-C
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Cole Camplese Director of Educational Technology Services The Pennsylvania State University 210 Rider II Building 227 West Beaver Ave. University Park, PA 16802 firstname.lastname@example.org W: 814.863.2271 Charles Garoian, Ph.D. Director, School of Visual Arts The Pennsylvania State University 210 Patterson Building University Park, PA 16802 email@example.com W: 814.865.0444 John T. Harwood, Ph.D. Senior Director, Teaching and Learning With Technology The Pennsylvania State University 229 Computer Building University Park, PA 16802 firstname.lastname@example.org W: 814.863.5433 Ken Udas, Ph.D. CEO of UMassOnline The University of Massachusetts 333 South Street Suite 400 Shrewsbury, MA 01545 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org W: 774.455.7601 C: 518.364.5433
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