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Continuing and Distance Education

  • Author of Death: A Personal Understanding Student Guide and Death: A Personal Understanding Faculty Guide (Allyn and Bacon 1999) to accompany Annenberg/CPB Telecourse
  • Recipient of 1998 Innovations in Continuing Education Award for Instructional Programs from the UCEA (University Continuing Education Association) and the Peterson's Award for Distance Education Programs for role as instructional materials designer and team member for EIT (engineer-in-training) distace education reveiw course developed at Penn State University)
  • Recipient of 1996 Helen Williams Award for Excellence in Collegiate Independent Study (for course design of PSYCH 497: Psychology of Discipline)
  • Invited presenter at Lincoln University Faculty Development Workshop, Lincoln University, PA, August 20, 1997 (The What and Why of Distance Education)
  • Presenter at the International Council on Distance Education World Conference, Penn State, June 1997
    • Words on Paper and Computer Screens: New Models for 'Appropriate Textology'
    • Instructional Design Across Cultures: Questions of Context
    • Panel discussant
    • Panel moderator
  • Presenter at:
    • 1997 AACIS (American Association for Collegiate Independent Study) conference, November 1997, Georgia, USA ("Learning Together: Breaking the Barriers of Time and Place")
    • 1997 ACHE (Association for Continuing Higher Education) conference, October 1997, PA, USA ("A Model for the Virtual Classroom")
  • Advisory committee member Annenberg/CPB video course project "A Personal Understanding of Death" 1997
  • Operational Team Project Manager and instructional designer (March 1997-August 1997):
    • Collaborative, Asynchronous Learning in Acoustics (noise control engineering certificate program funded by Sloan Foundation), Penn State
  • Team Manager, Innovations in Distance Education project (funded by AT&T), collaborative project between Penn State and Lincoln University (interactive Web page design and development for introductory physics course)

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