Curriculum Vita

 

Stephen Cysewski

PO Box 70723

Fairbanks, Alaska 99707

(907) 456–5622

ffsdc@uaf.edu

http://www.cysewski.com/

Education

Alaska Pacific University

I earned a Masters of Liberal Arts Degree from APU in 1987. I received many of my Education classes at APU, through the Anchorage school districts bilingual program.  I received my Secondary Education Certificate in Social Studies in 1982.

Western Washington State University

I graduated, Magna Cum Laude, in 1967 from WWSU with a major in Philosophy and a minor in Political Science.

Work Experience

University of Alaska Fairbanks, Professor, Computer Applications (2004 to Present)

I am a Professor with tenure in the Information Technology Program. I teach Providing Computer Support, Photoshop CS, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Access. I have given the coordinator position of the ITS program to my colleague in preparation for my Sabbatical in the 2005-2006 academic year.

University of Alaska Fairbanks, Professor, Computer Applications (2003 to 2004)

Promoted to Professor with tenure May 2003. I am the Tanana Valley Campus coordinator for the Information Technology Specialist Program. I am also the CRA coordinator for the Business Systems and Technology division. I teach Providing Computer Support, Independent Project, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Access.

University of Alaska Fairbanks, Associate Professor, Computer Applications (1997 to Present)

Promoted to Associate Professor with tenure May 1997. I am the Tanana Valley Campus coordinator for the Microcomputer Support Specialist Program. I am also the CRA coordinator for the Business Systems and Technology division. I teach Providing Computer Support, Independent Project, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Access.

University of Alaska Fairbanks, Assistant Professor, Computer Applications (1991 to 1997)

I am responsible for both teaching and coordinating the computer applications program for the Tanana Valley Campus of the University of Alaska Fairbanks. I teach Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Internet, and introductory computer classes. In addition to teaching I coordinate the CIOS program, advise students and chair the Technology Planning Committee of Tanana Valley Campus.

Alaska Pacific University, Coordinator, Academic Support Center (1987 to 1991)

I was responsible for operating the PLATO computer based education system, teaching computer related classes, including the Introduction to the Macintosh, Introduction to Microcomputers for Science and Engineering and Introduction to Microcomputers in Business, the ordering and distribution of University media, providing computer support and training to the APU computer users, supervising of student employees, general supervision and coordination of the Academic Support Center, and being an academic adviser for provisionally admitted students to Alaska Pacific University.

In addition I helped create the Academic Computing Plan for Alaska Pacific University, chaired the Academic Computing Task Force, set–up the Higher Education Purchase Plan with Apple Computer, and helped design a multi–media language learning center.

I received an award from the Associated Student Body of Alaska Pacific University for providing service to the students.

Alaska Pacific University, Graduate Assistant (1986–1987)

In addition to being a full time student, I provided tutoring for adult students, provided assistance to the Center for Access to Lifelong Learning, helped in the teaching of a class on Objectivity, and developed and implemented a proposal for a computer lab for the Learning Resources Center.

AIME Inc., Discipline Engineer (1986)

I ordered and set–up a network of Macintosh computers and improved the performance of the database and spreadsheets being used to track the completion of test packages for the Lisburne oil field processing plant.

Indian Education Community Counselor (1973–1986)

I worked twelve years at West High School as an Indian Education Community Counselor. My range of activities included personal and family counseling, academic and career counseling, sponsoring the Alaska Native Culture Club, coaching Native Youth Olympics, organizing a basketball league, working with human relations workshops, developing an alcohol and drug intervention program, and advocating for the needs of the students.

Cook Inlet Native Association Summer Youth Program Director (1974–1975)

I worked two summers for CINA managing their JOM summer youth program. We arranged many trips, ran a recreation center, and operated a summer camp program.

Alaska Children Services Director of Program Development (1972 –1973)

I worked for one year as the Director of Program Development for Alaska Children Service. I was responsible for managing a series of grants for youth organizations. These programs ranged from the Cooperative Extension Service Willow Park Youth Program to the Fairview Research Project. I also worked with the other ACS programs in staff training and supervision.

Alaska Children Services "All of Us" Program Coordinator (1970–1972)

I wrote a grant proposal and created and operated a group home for students who were having difficulty with alcohol, suicide, and living in the city. The program primarily served students who came to Anchorage through the State of Alaska boarding home program.

State of Alaska Project Hire Counselor (1969–1970)

I worked in Fairbanks for one year as the Project Hire Counselor. My responsibility was to provide support to Alaska Native people who were training for permanent career positions with the Department of Defense.

Alaska Methodist University, Upward Bound teacher and recruiter (1969)

I was a recruiter and teacher for the Upward Bound program at AMU. This was an important job in that I found I loved working with teenagers. My job with the school district and the idea to start the  "All of Us" program came from this summer job.

Anchorage Community Action Agency Director of the Emergency Food and Medical Program (1969)

As a VISTA planner we investigated and held hearings on the Food Stamp program. We received a grant to start Food Stamp offices in community centers in Anchorage. I started the program and implemented it. We hired and trained people from the community to take the Food Stamp applications and to sell the Food Stamps.

VISTA Planner Anchorage Community Action Agency. (1968–1969)

I was trained to help community members develop program plans that would meet the needs of their communities. I worked with neighborhood councils to develop programs for the Anchorage Community Action Program.

VISTA Volunteer, Shaktoolik Alaska (1967–1968)

I was a VISTA volunteer in Shaktoolik Alaska. I did basic community organization and helped operate a pre–school.

Special Projects (Pre-UAF)

I helped organize the Anchorage Open Door Clinic and Alaska Youth Advocates. I also served on the board of both these organizations.

I also have done professional photo assignments for the North Slope Borough, the Ahtna corporation and many politicians. I was a photographer for the first Inuit Circumpolar Conference.

Special Programs and Workshops (Pre-UAF)

As part of my work I have attended many workshops and conferences. Some of the subjects of these workshops include alcoholism and drug counseling, suicide prevention, community organization, cross–cultural education, and program management. I have also attended training programs on HyperCard and Interactive Multimedia. Recently I have attended workshops on the use of the Internet and World Wide Web to teach courses.


University Courses Taught (UAF)

Spring Semester 1991

CAPS 100-100 Introduction to Personal Computers, 1 Credit

CAPS 100-101 Introduction to Personal Computers, 1 Credit

CAPS 100-102 Introduction to Personal Computers, 1 Credit

CAPS 100-200 Introduction to Personal Computers, 1 Credit

CAPS 100-201 Introduction to Personal Computers, 1 Credit

CAPS 100-202 Introduction to Personal Computers, 1 Credit

CAPS 193-105 Introduction to DOS, 1 Credit

OP 151-200, Introduction to WordPerfect 5.1, 2 Credits

Summer Semester 1991

CAPS 100-10D Introduction to Personal Computers, 1 Credit

CAPS 100-11D Introduction to Personal Computers, 1 Credit

CAPS 100-12D Introduction to Personal Computers, 1 Credit

CAPS 100-13D Introduction to Personal Computers, 1 Credit

Fall Semester 1991

CAPS 150-101 Computer Business Applications, 3 Credits

CAPS 193-102 Microsoft Windows, 3 Credits

CAPS 100-102 Introduction to Personal Computers, 1 Credit

CAPS 100-103 Introduction to Personal Computers, 1 Credit

CAPS 100-104 Introduction to Personal Computers, 1 Credit

CAPS 100-200 Introduction to Personal Computers, 1 Credit

CAPS 100-201 Introduction to Personal Computers, 1 Credit

CAPS 100-202 Introduction to Personal Computers, 1 Credit

Spring Semester 1992

CAPS 193-105 Microsoft Windows, 3 Credit Hours, 45 Contact Hours, 16 Students

CAPS 193-101 Microsoft Word for Windows, 2 Credit Hours, 30 Contact Hours, 16 Students

CAPS 193-103 Microsoft Excel, 3 Credit Hours, 45 Contact Hours, 12 Students

CAPS 150-102 Computer Business Applications, 3 Credit Hours, 45 Contact Hours, 12 Students

CAPS 100-102 Introduction to Personal Computers, 1 Credit, 15 Contact Hours, 12 Students

Summer Semester 1992

CAPS 150-102 Computer Business Applications, 3 Credit Hours, 45 Contact Hours, 12 Students

CAPS 100-10D Introduction to Personal Computers, 1 Credit, 15 Contact Hours, 16 Students

CAPS 100-11D Introduction to Personal Computers, 1 Credit, 15 Contact Hours, 12 Students

Fall Semester 1992

CAPS 193-102 Microsoft Excel, 3 Credit Hours, 45 Contact Hours, 12 Students

CAPS 150-101 Computer Business Applications, 3 Credit Hours, 45 Contact Hours, 12 Students

CAPS 150-102 Computer Business Applications, 3 Credit Hours, 45 Contact Hours, 12 Students

CAPS 150-202 Computer Business Applications (WINDOWS), 3 Credit Hours, 45 Contact Hours, 12 Students

Spring 93 Classes

CAPS 160-100 Intro to Word Processing (Word For Windows), 1 Credit, 12 Students, 15 Contact Hours

CAPS 193-102 Advanced Word Processing (Word For Windows), 2 Credits, 12 Students, 30 Contact Hours

CAPS 150-103 Computer Business Applications (Windows), 3 Credit, 12 Students, 45 Contact Hours

CAPS 150-102 Computer Business Applications (Mac), 3 Credit, 12 Students, 45 Contact Hours

CAPS 193-102 Microcomputer Spreadsheet (Microsoft Excel) , 1 Credit, 12 Students, 45 Contact Hours

Ft. Yukon Class CAPS 160 Intro to Word Processing (Word For Windows) , 1 Credit, 8 Students, 15 Contact Hours

Summer 93 Classes

CAPS 150-201 Computer Business Applications (Mac), 3 Credit, 12 Students, 45 Contact Hours

CAPS 135-201 Microcomputer Spreadsheets (Microsoft Excel), 3 Credit, 12 Students, 45 Contact Hours

Eldernet Class CAPS 049-050 Microcomputer Applications (Eldernet), 3 Credit, 12 Students, 45 Contact Hours

Fall 93 Classes

CAPS 150-101 Computer Business Applications (Mac), 3 Credit, 12 Students, 45 Contact Hours

CAPS 135-101 Microcomputer Spreadsheet (Microsoft Excel), 3 Credit, 12 Students, 45 Contact Hours

CAPS 160-101 Intro. to Word Processing (Word For Windows), 1 Credit, 12 Students, 15 Contact Hours

CAPS 260-101 Advanced Word Processing (Word For Windows), 2 Credits, 12 Students, 30 Contact Hours

CAPS 150-102 Computer Business Applications (Windows), 3 Credit, 12 Students, 45 Contact Hours

CAPS 150-103 Computer Business Applications (Mac), 3 Credit, 12 Students, 45 Contact Hours

Spring 94 Classes

CAPS 160-101 Intro to Word Processing (Word For Windows), 1 Credit, 16 Students

CAPS 260-101 Advanced Word Processing (Word For Windows), 2 Credits, 16 Students

CAPS 150-103 Computer Business Applications (Windows), 3 Credit, 16 Students

CAPS 150-102 Computer Business Applications (Mac), 3 Credit, 12 Students

CAPS 135-100 Microcomputer Spreadsheet (Microsoft Excel), 3 Credit, 16 Students

Summer 94 Classes

CAPS 150-161 Computer Business Applications (Mac), 3 Credit, 16 Students

Fall 94 Classes

CAPS 135-101 Microcomputer Spreadsheet (Microsoft Excel), 3 Credit, 16 Students

CAPS 275-100 Microcomputer Databases (FileMaker Pro), 3 Credit, 12 Students

CAPS 160-100 Intro. to Word Processing (Word For Windows), 1 Credit, 16 Students

CAPS 260-100 Advanced Word Processing (Word For Windows), 2 Credits, 16 Students

CAPS 160 Intro to Word Processing (Word For Windows), 1 Credits, 8 Students (GALENA)

CAPS 201 Intro to Microsoft Excel, 1 Credits, 10 Students (GALENA)

Spring 95 Classes

CAPS 160-100 Intro. to Word Processing (Word For Windows), 1 Credit, 17 Students

CAPS 260-100 Advanced Word Processing (Word For Windows), 2 Credits, 18 Students

CAPS 150-101 Computer Business Applications (Windows), 3 Credit, 15 Students

CAPS 150-102 Computer Business Applications (Windows), 3 Credit, 17 Students

CAPS 135-100 Microcomputer Spreadsheet (Microsoft Excel), 3 Credit, 18 Students

Summer 95 Classes

CAPS 150-161 Computer Business Applications (Windows), 3 Credit, 16 Students

CAPS 135-161 Microcomputer Spreadsheet (Microsoft Excel), 3 Credit, 11 Students

Fall 95 Classes

CAPS 135-100 Microcomputer Spreadsheet (Microsoft Excel), 3 Credit, 14 Students

CAPS 150-100 Computer Business Applications (Windows), 3 Credit, 18 Students

CAPS 160-100 Intro. to Word Processing (Word For Windows), 1 Credit, 15 Students

CAPS 260-100 Advanced Word Processing (Word For Windows), 2 Credits, 15 Students

CAPS 201 Advanced Excel, 3 Credits, 9 Students

Spring 96 Classes

CAPS 135 Microcomputer Spreadsheet (Microsoft Excel), 3 Credit, 14 Students

CAPS 150 Computer Business Applications (Windows), 3 Credit, 18 Students

Combination English 111 and Computer Business Applications Class (Combined 6 credits)

CAPS 160 Intro. to Word Processing (Word For Windows), 1 Credit, 15 Students

Summer 96 Classes

CAPS 150 Computer Business Applications (Windows)  3 Credit, 18 Students

CAPS 201 Microcomputer Applications: Internet 3 Credits

Fall 96 Classes

CIOS 130  Microcomputer Word processing (Microsoft Word) 3 Credit

CIOS 135  Microcomputer Spreadsheet (Microsoft Excel) 3 Credit

CIOS 275  Microcomputer Applications: Internet 3 Credits

CIOS 275  Microcomputer Applications: Internet 3 Credits

CIOS 276 Microsoft Excel Independent Study  3 Credit

Taught using e-mail, instructor created materials, and computer conferencing

Spring 97 Classes

CIOS 130-100 Microcomputer Word Processing Word 7.0, 3 Credits

CIOS 135-100 Microcomputer Spreadsheets Excel 7.0, 3 Credits

CIOS 135-200 Microcomputer Spreadsheets Excel 7.0, 3 Credits

CIOS 275-100 Microcomputer Applications: Using the Internet, 3 Credits

Summer 97 Classes

CIOS F146 T61 Using the Internet, 3 Credits

CIOS F150 T62 Computer Business Applications Office 95, 3 Credits

Fall 97 Classes

CIOS F150 TO2 Computer Business Applications Office 97, 3 Credits

CIOS F135 TO1 Microcomputer Spreadsheets Excel 7.0, 3 Credits

CIOS F135 TE1 Microcomputer Spreadsheets Excel 7.0, 3 Credits

CIOS F146 TO1 Using the Internet, 3 Credits

Spring 98 Classes

CIOS 135 TE1     Microcomputer Spreadsheets Excel  3credits

CIOS 150 TO1     Computer Business Applications 3 credits

CIOS 146 TO1     Using The Internet 3 credits

CIOS 135 TO1     Microcomputer Spreadsheets Excel  3credits

CIOS 135 UD1     Microcomputer Spreadsheets Excel  3credits

Internet (Distance)

ABUS F001C       Non-credit professional development

CIOS 197 TO1     Individual Study

CIOS 297 TO1     Individual Study

Summer 98 Classes

ABUS F049C       Non-credit professional development

ABUS F049C       Non-credit professional development

CIOS 297 TO1     Individual Study

Fall 98 Classes

CIOS 135 TO1     Microcomputer Spreadsheets Excel  3credits               

CIOS 150 TO2     Computer Business Applications 3 credits

CIOS 146 TO1     Using The Internet 3 credits

CIOS 135 TE1     Microcomputer Spreadsheets Excel  3credits

CIOS 135 UD1     Microcomputer Spreadsheets Excel  3credits

Internet (Distance)

ABUS 010C          Non-credit professional development

Spring 99 Classes

CIOS 135 TO1     Microcomputer Spreadsheets Excel  3credits

CIOS 150 TO3     Computer Business Applications 3 credits

CIOS 211 TE1     Providing Computer Support 3 credits

CIOS 276 TO1     Independent Project 3 credits

CIOS 135 UT1     Microcomputer Spreadsheets Excel  3credits

Internet (Distance)

Summer 99 Classes

CIOS 146 T61      Using The Internet 3 credits

CIOS 150 T61      Computer Business Applications 3 credits

Fall 99 Classes

CIOS 135 TO1     Microcomputer Spreadsheets Excel  3credits

CIOS 211 TO1     Providing Computer Support 3 credits

CIOS 211 TE1     Providing Computer Support 3 credits

CIOS 276 TO1     Independent Project 3 credits

Spring 2000 Classes

CIOS 135 UT1     Microcomputer Spreadsheets Excel  3credits Internet (Distance

CIOS 135 TE1     Microcomputer Spreadsheets Excel  3credits

CIOS 135 TO1     Microcomputer Spreadsheets Excel  3credits

CIOS 211 TO1     Providing Computer Support 3 credits

CIOS 275 T02      Advanced Desktop Publishing: Indesign

Fall 2000 Classes

CIOS 135 TE1

3

3

22

Classroom

CIOS 211 TE1

3

3

15

Classroom

CIOS 135 TO1

3

3

22

Classroom

CIOS 135 UT1

3

3

20

Internet (Distance)

Spring 2001 Classes

CIOS 135 TO1

3

3

24

Classroom

CIOS 135 UT1

3

3

20

Internet (Distance)

CIOS 211 TO1

3

3

15

Classroom

3 credit release

 

 

 

Coordinator Responsibility

Fall 2001 Classes

CIOS 135 TE1

3

3

22

Classroom

CIOS 211 TO1

3

3

15

Classroom

CIOS 240 TO1

3

3

22

Classroom

CIOS 276 TO1

3

3

10

Classroom and Field

Spring 2002 Classes

CIOS 135 TO1

3

3

24

Classroom

CIOS 211 TE1

3

3

14

Classroom

CIOS 240 TO1

3

3

20

Classroom

CIOS 276 TO1

3

3

8

Classroom and Field

CIOS 211

3

3

8

Distance Delivery with Joe Mason

Fall 2002

CIOS 135 TE1

3

3

23

Classroom

CIOS 211 TO1

3

3

13

Classroom

CIOS 240 TO1

3

3

18

Classroom

CIOS 276 TO1

3

3

12

Classroom and Field

Spring 2003

CIOS 135 TO1

3

3

21

Classroom

CIOS 211 TE1

3

3

17

Classroom

CIOS 240 TO1

3

3

20

Classroom

CIOS 276 TO1

3

3

17

Classroom and Field

Fall 2003

Course

Credits

#Students

Method of Delivery

CIOS 135 TO1

3

23

Classroom

CIOS 211 TE1

3

10

Classroom

CIOS 240 TO1

3

24

Classroom

CIOS 276 TO1

3

6

Classroom and Field

Spring 2004

Course

Credits

#Students

Method of Delivery

CIOS 135 TE1

3

22

Classroom

CIOS 211 TO1

3

16

Classroom

CIOS 240 TO1

3

14

Classroom

CIOS 276 TO1

3

13

Classroom and Field

Fall 2004

Course

Credits

#Students

Method of Delivery

CIOS 135 TO1

3

23

Classroom

CIOS 211 TE1

3

14

Classroom

CIOS 240 TO1

3

14

Classroom

Spring 2005

Course

Credits

#Students

Method of Delivery

CIOS 135 TO1

3

24

Classroom

CIOS 211 TO1

3

16

Taught with Chris Beks.

CIOS 240 TE1

3

14

Classroom

CIOS 255 TO1

3

16

Classroom


Independent Study Classes

1994

ED 275 Computers for Teachers course for a student who needed the course to graduate.

Independent study course for a student who was getting a BA of Technology degree on teaching computer skills for adults.

Independent study course for a student taking a course in creating training materials for teaching computers for adults.

CAPS 275 class for FileMaker Pro for a student who needed the course to graduate.


Curriculum Innovations

1991

Created Excel, Word, and Windows classes

1992

Re-wrote and revised entire CAPS curriculum to simplify the courses, to remove the need for special topics classes, and to better meet the needs of changing computer applications

Wrote a modular Computer Business Application curriculum for the Interior Campus that could be delivered by distance delivery.

1993

Designed and implemented the Computer Applications specialty of the ABUS degree

1994

Created a new class, Microcomputer Databases: Filemaker Pro, in response to community requests

1995

Implemented the integration of the CAPS and OMT program into the CIOS program

Created and taught an Advanced Excel class in response to community requests.

1996

Integrated direct Internet access and Windows 95 into our courses and curriculum.

Taught combined Microcomputer Business Applications and English 111 class with Pete Pinney. The purpose was to use microcomputers to improve the teaching of English

Taught an independent study class for Microsoft Excel using my own text book, my Internet Home page, e-mail and attachments. The purpose was to begin using Internet tools to deliver classes

Created a Home Page with Internet resources to enhance the courses that I teach. There are resources for Internet Authoring, Searching, Graphics, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, and Distance Delivery. The Home Page is a tool to improve my classes.

Created three new classes for the CIOS program

CIOS 146 Using the Internet

CIOS 246 Advanced Internet

CIOS 211 Providing Computer Support

1997

Coordinated and presented at the CRA Teaching With The Internet Conference.

Paricipated in the planning and implementation of the Computer Support degree and certificate.

I helped implement the CIOS 100 class that is now being offered, on a continuing basis, through the Department of Corrections.


Presentations and Workshops (Also Public Service)

1991

One week Using HyperCard Workshop for TVC faculty.

1992

Immaculate Conception School Jr High: Taught a week long computer course for the ICS Jr High Students

1993

Taught a Microcomputer Applications for Seniors class sponsored by the Private Industry Council

ASTE 1993: Workshop on “Thinking with a Computer.”

Cooperative Extension Service : Taught two sections of Microsoft Excel to the CES employees as part of a state wide conference.

Taught a Microsoft Word Class in Ft Yukon

Trish Hart interned in my Computer Business Application Class.

1994

ASTE 1994: Workshop on Excel for Beginners

St. James: Taught a week long computer course for Jr High students who were part of the St James AME summer program.

Taught a Word and an Excel class in Galena

Taught an Excel class for the Adult Learning Program of Alaska staff.

Faculty workshop on using both Windows and Macintosh operating systems.

1995

DENE Community Development Conference: Workshop on using and supporting computers in rural Alaska

Taught a class for the Fairbanks School district business teachers on teaching Microsoft Office.

1996

UAF Computing and Communication: Using Netscape Gold

Bethel Conference: Workshop on using the internet

1997

I taught two sessions of Windows 95 training for ALPA. The courses were for people making the transition from Windows 3.1 or the Macintosh to Windows 95.

I taught a Windows 95 workshop in August for Tanana Valley Campus staff making the transition from the Macintosh to Windows 95.

I made a presentation on Using Front Page to the CRA faculty participating in the Using the Internet to Teach conference

I made a presentation on Mix and Match Using the Internet to Teach to the CRA faculty participating in the Using the Internet to Teach conference

1998-1999 New Course Preparation

Semester

Description

981

CIOS 135 Microcomputer Spreadsheets: Excel. I created this class to be taught entirely through the Internet

991

CIOS 211 Providing Computer Support This is a new class that I created and taught.

991

CIOS 276 Independent Project. This is a new class that I created and taught.

1998-1999 Revision of Older Courses

Semester

Description

983 to present

Web enhanced all my courses. I created a web site to support each of my classes, included email as an integral part of class expectations, developed web based assignments, and included web materials.

992

Completely revised my CIOS 146 Using the Internet class to reflect new web trends and the changing needs of students.

1998-1999 Curriculum Revision

Semester

Description

983

The MSSP program was officially approved

992

Revised and expanded the MSSP course competencies to reflect the changes in technology and our experience in implementing the MSSP program

992

Modified the MSSP degree requirements so that they provided clarity and simplicity for advising and degree audits. Added the networking class to the core MSSP requirement.

991

Created the TVC MSSP Certification Review test that is required for students graduating from our program.

1998-1999 Curriculum Support

Semester

Description

982-992

Provided materials to other CIOS faculty to teach and develop classes. Many of our faculty use books and materials I have written in their classes.

983

Developed and modified the materials that are used for the TVC professional development computer classes

982

Developed training materials for TVC faculty and students on how to use email to supplement the teaching of TVC classes

982

Developed training materials and implemented a discussion board, using WebBoard software, for the use of TVC faculty to supplement their classes

982 to 983

Monitored the MSSP distance delivery course submitted to the Center for Distance Education

 

1999-2000 Revision of Older Courses

Semester

Description

993

I completely re-wrote my Excel CIOS 135 class to integrate improvements and to include all Excel 2000 features. My entire Excel text was re-written.

1999-2000 Curriculum Revision

Semester

Description

993

Added new class to MSSP curriculum. CIOS 256 Internet Authoring and Design

001

Revised the TVC MSSP Certification Review test to reflect our experience with the first semester test..

1999-2000 Curriculum Support

Semester

Description

993-001

Provided materials to other CIOS faculty to teach and develop classes. Many of our faculty use books and materials I have written in their classes. Integrated MSSP competencies into our adjunct faculty expectations.

001

Developed the curriculum for the Job Skills Training and Employment Program Computer Support Program..

993-001

Support adjunct faculty from TVC that teach for other CRA campuses

1999-2000 Curriculum Innovation

Semester

Description

002

I applied for, and was awarded, a CRA Proposal to Advance Distance Education (PADE) grant. The purpose of the grant was to investigate “Using Web Based Tools to Individualize Web Delivered Instruction”

2000-2001 New Course Preparation

Semester

Description

011

CIOS 240 Microcomputer Databases: Microsoft Access 2000

2000-2001 Revision of Older Courses

Semester

Description

 

None

2000-2001 Curriculum Revision

Semester

Description

003

In collaboration with Keith we cleaned up the catalog descriptions for clarity and content.

 

NEW CLASSES ADDED TO THE CURRICULUM

003

CIOS 133 Microcomputer Presentations: PowerPoint

003

CIOS 234 Advanced Desktop Publishing

003

CIOS 212 Advanced Operating Systems

003

CIOS 242 Database Databases

011

CIOS 247 Advanced Networking

011

Revised the core MSSP requirement to add Advanced Networking and Advanced Operating System

2000-2001 Curriculum Support

Semester

Description

003-011

Provided materials to other CIOS faculty to teach and develop classes. Many of our faculty use books and materials I have written in their classes. Integrated MSSP competencies into our adjunct faculty expectations.

003-011

Support adjunct faculty from TVC that teach for other CRA campuses

2000-2001 Curriculum Innovation

Semester

Description

003-011

In conjunction with Keith we created a faculty initiative to support adding Microsoft and CISCO certification to the MSSP degree. We prepared the curriculum to allow for the direct integration of this new track into the MSSP degree.

011

Developed a class for the MSSP students preparing for certification review. CIOS 275 Professional Portfolio Preparation

011

Strengthened and expanded the MSSP tutoring program.

2001-2002 New Course Preparation

Semester

Description

013

CIOS 240 Microcomputer Databases: Microsoft Access 2000 (Taught for first time)

021

CIOS 211 Providing Computer Support Distance Education

Worked with Joe Mason to adapt my CIOS 211 Providing Computer Support class for distance delivery. Meet with Joe in Anchorage to plan the course. We co-taught the course spring semester. Joe will be providing the course in the future.

2001-2002 Revision of Older Courses

Semester

Description

013

CIOS 240 Microcomputer Databases: Microsoft Access XP (New Text and Software Version)

021

CIOS 135 Microcomputer Spreadsheets: Excel XP (Complete revision of course)

021

CIOS 276 Independent Project (Re-designed and taught)

2001-2002 Curriculum Revision

Semester

Description

021

Revised the MSSP Competencies

Met in March with Keith and a selected group of people to re-think the MSSP program. We developed a new list of key competencies for the MSSP program. The new explanation for our program is included in the revised MSSP competencies and materials that are being created for the Fall curriculum revision cycle

021

Prepared Curriculum Revisions and name change for the MSSP program for Fall 02 submission to curricular process. We are proposing to change the MSSP program to the Information Technology Specialist (ITS) program.

2001-2002 Curriculum Support

Semester

Description

013-021

Provided materials to other CIOS faculty to teach and develop classes. Many of our faculty use books and materials I have written in their classes. Integrated MSSP competencies into our adjunct faculty expectations.

013-021

Gave Jodi Bailey my Excel course materials so that she could teach CIOS 135 through correspondence.

021

Started regular semester adjunct faculty meetings. The context for these meetings was provided through the work of the Adjunct Support Committee.

2001-2002 Curriculum Innovation

Semester

Description

013-021

In conjunction with Keith we implemented a faculty initiative to support adding Microsoft and CISCO certification to the MSSP degree. We implemented and delivered the curriculum.

021

Worked with UAF/AVTEC Tech Prep Agreement to develop an articulation agreement. The agreement would allow students getting IT training in the Bristol Bay region to also get credit in the MSSP program.

021

Worked with Charles Hamby of Matanuska-Susitna College to coordinate their AAS Program in Computer Systems Technology with the MSSP program. Had a day long meeting to discuss ideas and strategy.

021

Worked with Joe Mason to adapt our CIOS 211 Providing Computer Support class for distance delivery. Meet with Joe in Anchorage to plan the course. We co-taught the course spring semester. Joe will be providing the course in the future.

021

Chaired the Adjunct Support Committee. The committee developed a TVC Adjunct Faculty Handbook, an Adjunct Web Site, Adjunct Department Meetings, and designed and implemented the TVC Faculty Development Seminar

2002-2003 New Course Preparation

023 and 031

None this academic year. I strengthened and improved the courses that I am currently teaching.

2002-2003 Revision of Older Courses

031

CIOS 211 Providing Computer Support

Converted the course handouts and articles for web delivery.

See http://www.faculty.uaf.edu/ffsdc/syllabus/c211links/index.html

2002-2003 Curriculum Revision

031

ITS name change and revisions were approved and implemented. See http://www.tvc.uaf.edu/its/

2002-2003 Curriculum Support

023-031

Provided materials to other CIOS faculty to teach and develop classes. Many of our faculty use books and materials I have written in their classes. Integrated MSSP competencies into our adjunct faculty expectations.

023

Meet with Martin Leonard from Bethel for two days in November to give and overview of the ITS/MSSP program and to plan and talk in-depth about supporting and implementing Bethel’s ITS program

023-031

Started regular semester adjunct faculty meetings. The context for these meetings was provided through the work of the Adjunct Support Committee.

2002-2003 Curriculum Innovation

023-031

Database Design Course and Oracle Certification

023-031

Worked with Bill Wakefield to develop new courses to meet professional development needs

031

Digital Photography and Image Correction.

2003-2004 New Course Preparation

Semester

Description

033 and 041

None, this academic year. I strengthened and improved the courses that I am currently teaching.

2003-2004 Revision of Older Courses

Semester

Description

033 and 041

None, except for the normal improvement that I try to make to each of my courses. The software and concepts were stable this year.

2003-2004 Curriculum Revisions and Additions

Semester

Description

033-041

Created new course, CIOS 214 IT Troubleshooting Skills

033-041

Created new course, CIOS 257 Digital Video

033-041

Created new course, CIOS 258Digital Photography

033-041

Worked with Keith to develop fees for our CISCO and MCSA courses

033-041

Keith and I did a complete revision of the ITS Certification Review

2003-2004 Curriculum Support

Semester

Description

033 and 041

Prepared the five year program review packet for the ITS program. Developed the documentation for the TVC, CRA, and the statewide ITS program.

033 and 041

ITS Annual Certification Review for students preparing for graduation.

033 and 041

Provided materials to other CIOS faculty to teach and develop classes. Many of our faculty use books and materials I have written in their classes. Integrated ITS competencies into our adjunct faculty expectations.

033 and 041

Continued regular semester adjunct faculty meetings. The context for these meetings was provided through the work of the Adjunct Support Committee.

2003-2004 Curriculum Innovation and Coordination

Semester

Description

033

Met with the Journalism department to discuss ways of coordinating curriculum

033

Met with the School of Management to negotiate an agreement to save the BT degree program.

033-041

Worked with Kathy Helfrick to take over our CIOS 276 Independent Project course. Her workforce development and career skills will improve the value of the experience for the students.

2004-2005 New Course Preparation

Semester

Description

051

I taught CIOS 255 Photoshop for the first time. I developed my own lectures, projects, and methods for this course. I intend to continue teaching this course.

2004-2005 Revision of Older Courses

Semester

Description

043 and 051

I taught my CIOS 135 course with a new text book. It was a disaster, the material was too superficial. I integrated my Excel text book back into the course.

043 and 051

I used a new text book and a different set of presentations for my CIOS 240 Access course. I was not satisfied with the changes. We have an adjunct that will start teaching this course in the future.

2004-2005 Curriculum Revisions and Additions

Semester

Description

Summer 05

Completely reviewed, revised, and re-organized my Excel text book for CIOS 135 so that it can be used for face to face and distance education.

2004-2005 Curriculum Support

Semester

Description

051

Reviewed the curriculum in the context of the ITS Annual Certification Review for students preparing for graduation.

043 and 051

Provided materials to other CIOS faculty to teach and develop classes. Many of our faculty use books and materials I have written in their classes. Integrated ITS competencies into our adjunct faculty expectations.

2004-2005 Curriculum Innovation and Coordination

Semester

Description

043-051

Added Web Logs to each of my courses to share in depth and varied subject information.

 


University Service

1991

UAF Faculty Senate

UAF Curriculum Review Committee

UAF Academic Computer Users Committee

Search committee for the Early Childhood Program faculty member.

Supervised the TVC Computer Support Person

1992

UAF Faculty Senate

UAF Curriculum Review Committee

UAF Academic Computer Users Committee

TVC Diversity Committee

Supervised the TVC Computer Support Person

1993

UAF Faculty Senate

UAF Curriculum Review Committee

Coordinate the CAPS program

UAF Academic Computer Users Committee

Member of the UAF Safety and Security Committee

Supervised the TVC Computer Support Person

1994

Coordinate the CAPS program

UAF Academic Computer Users Committee

Chaired Trish Hart’s BA in technology degree program

Member of the UAF Safety and Security Committee

Supervised the TVC Computer Support Person

1995

Pre-planning committee Sitka conference

UAA, UAS, and UAF meeting in Sitka to integrate the CIOS program state-wide.

Created the position description for a full time TVC Microcomputer Support Technician

Coordinate the CAPS program

Alyeska Scholarship Committee

TVC Equity Committee

Chair the TVC Technology Planning Committee

Rural College Distance Delivery Planning Committee

Distance Delivery Consortium Planning Committee meeting in Anchorage

Participated in the search committee for a new OMT faculty member.

Supervised the TVC Computer Support Person

1996

Coordinate the CAPS portion of the CIOS program

UAA, UAS, and UAF meeting in Anchorage to integrate the CIOS program state-wide.

Alyeska Scholarship Committee

TVC Equity Committee

TVC Technology Planning Committee

Rural College Distance Delivery Planning Committee

Planning Committee Bethel Technology Conference

Planning Committee for planning the Microcomputer Support Specialist Degree

Chair the search committee for the TVC Systems Technology position

Provided Computer Business Application Curriculum and Workbook to Ron Palcic of Chukchi College.

Supervised the TVC Computer Support Person

1997

I am the program coordinator of the CAPS portion of the CIOS program. I am responsible for program leadership, part time faculty selection and support, the developing of course proposals, lab and software support, and budget management.

I am the chairperson for the TVC Technology Planning Committee.

I created an Internet Discussion Web site to support the planning of the Using the Internet to Teach conference.

I coordinated the CRA Using the Internet to Teach conference held at Tanana Valley Campus.

I was interviewed on public radio about using the Internet as a teaching tool.

I am a member of the planning committee for the Computer Support Degree. I attended and testified in support of the degree during its UAF approval process.

I am a member of the Rural College Distance Delivery Coordinating Committee.

I am a member of the Alyeska Scholarship committee.

I am a member of the TVC Equity Committee.

I participated in a meeting at the Hutchinson Career center to try to coordinate resources with a college in Russia.

I volunteered to staff the TVC booth during Golden Days.

I volunteered to staff the TVC booth during the Tanana Valley Fair.

I participated in technology planning meetings with the Yukon-Koyukuk Center.

I referred and supported our adjunct faculty teaching for the Bristol Bay Campus and the Yukon-Koyukuk Center of Interior Campus.

I created and shared a Web site on Web Based Teaching.

5.  Public, University, and Professional Service

Table 5.2: University Service 1

1998-1999

Activity

Duration

Your role

MSSP program coordinator

Constant

Coordinator

Technology Planning Committee

981 to 992

Chair

Technology Incentive Grants

981

Chair

TVC Equity Committee

981

Member

Spring 99 Part Time Faculty Orientation

991

Chair

Tenure Committee

991

Member

Alyeska

981 to 991

Member

Bristol Bay Faculty Search Committee

992

Member

TVC MSSP Faculty Search Committee

991 to 992

Chair

1999-2000

Activity

Duration

Your role

MSSP program Coordinator

Constant

Coordinator

Faculty Mentor for Keith Swarner

993-001

Faculty Mentor

TVC Building Planning Committee

001

Member

Alyeska Scholarship Committee Member

993-001

Member

MSSP Statewide Coordinating Committee

993-001

Member

MSSP Statewide Meeting (September and February)

993-001

Member & Presenter

TVC New Student Orientation

993-001

Resource

Search committee member for the TVC tech position

993

Member

TVC Distance Education Committee member

993-001

Member

CRA Tenure and Promotion Committee Member

993

Member

UAF Expert Guide: Computer Applications and Science Fair Judge or Mentor

993-001

Mentor or Resource

TVC/MSSP Program Review and Program Assessment

993-001

Coordinator

Presented TVC and MSSP information to the UAF Snowshoe Tour

993

Presenter

2000-2001

Activity

Duration

Your role

MSSP Program Coordinator

003-011

Dept. Chair

CRA Business Systems and Technology Coordinator

003-011

Dept. Chair

TVC Building Planning Committee

003-011

Member

MSSP Statewide Coordinating Committee

003-011

Member

MSSP Statewide Meeting (Wasilla and Homer)

003-011

Member & Presenter

TVC Distance Education Committee member

003

Member

CRA Tenure and Promotion Committee Member

003

Member

TVC/MSSP Program Review and Program Assessment

003-011

Dept. Chair

UAF Accreditation Standard 4 CRA representative

003-011

Member

TVC Associate Director Search Committee

011

Member

2001-2002

Activity

Duration

Your role

MSSP Program Coordinator

013-021

Dept. Chair

CRA Business Systems and Technology Coordinator

013-021

Dept. Chair

MSSP Statewide Coordinating Committee

013-021

Member

MSSP Statewide Meeting (Kodiak and Fairbanks)

013-021

Member & Presenter

UAF Accreditation preparation and site visit.

013

Dept Chair

Keith implemented the MSSP Community Advisory Meeting. I am a member and participant

013-021

Member

Statewide MSSP Kodiak Meeting

013

Host and Presenter

University-Wide Promotion/Tenure Review Committee, ACCFT

021

Member

CIOS/MSSP Faculty Search Committee

021

Chair

ABUS Faculty Search Committee

021

Member

Bristol Bay Campus Search Committee for Systems Manager

021

Member

Appointment to Procedures and Processes Board UAF

021

Member

Bristol Bay IT Training Integrating MSSP requirements into the program. Coordinated by Christina Sasaki

021

Member

TVC/MSSP Hosted the Statewide MSSP program meeting at the Marriott Springhill Suites March 1 and 2nd

021

Host and Presenter

TVC Tenure and Promotion Briefing Meeting

021

Presenter

Grade Appeal Hearing CRA (1)

Meeting

Member

Grade Appeal Hearing CRA (2)

Meeting

Member

Managed the hiring of our new MSSP/CIOS faculty member

021

Dept Chair

TVC Summer Solstice Street Fair

021

Booth Coverage

TVC Weekend College Planning Meeting

021

Member

Year

Type1

Number of Students

Committee member Interdisciplinary Degree Program: Web Project Logistics and Organization Rob Callahan

021

Committee Member

Committee Member Interdisciplinary Degree Program: Steve Vick

021

Committee Member

2002-2003

Activity

Duration

Your role

Member Chancellors Policies and Procedures Committee

1 Year

Committee Member

Member Curricular Review Committee for CRA

1 Year

Committee Member

Member UAF IT Review Committee

2 Months

Committee Member

Member Faculty Support Committee

1 Year

Member

Elected to Faculty Senate

2 Years

Senator

Appointed to Curricular Affairs Committee

2 Years

Senator

Appointed to Provosts Academic Advisory Group

1 Year

Member

Participated in TVC one stop registration Fall and Spring semester

2 evenings

Advising

Participated in the TVC Civil Rights Review

2 hours

Interviewee

Presenter CRA Faculty Face to Face Conference on Promotion and Tenure

2 hours

Presenter

Presented Ideas and conclusions from the Academic Chairpersons Conference as part of UAF Faculty Development

2 Hours

Presenter

MSSP/ITS Program Coordinator

023-031

Dept. Chair

CRA Business Systems and Technology Coordinator

023-031

Dept. Chair

MSSP/ITS Statewide Coordinating Committee

023-031

Member

MSSP/ITS Statewide Meeting (Sitka and Seward)

023-031

Member & Presenter

Grade Appeal Hearing CRA

Meeting

Member

2003-2004

Activity

Duration

Your role

Member TVC Academic Council

1 Year

Committee Member

Member TVC Curricular Committee

Spring

Committee Member

Member TVC Faculty Development and Training Committee

1 Year

Member

Member UAF Faculty Senate

2 Years

Senator

Member UAF Faculty Senate Curricular Affairs Committee

2 Years

Senator

Member UAF Provosts Instructional Working Group

1 Year

Member

Member UAF Provosts INDS Academic Program Steering Committee

1 Year

Member

Member UAF Usibelli Award selection committee.

1 Month

Member

Member UAF Campus Wide Promotion and Tenure Committee

2 months

Committee Member

TVC Presented a workshop, Balancing Acts,  on grading and student performance to the TVC faculty development conference.

2 hours

Presenter

UAF/CRA Grade Appeal Hearing

Meeting

Member

UAF ITS Program Coordinator

033-041

Dept. Chair

UAF/CRA Business Systems and Technology Coordinator

023-031

Dept. Chair

UAF/CRA Worked with Melissa Brown to take over the CRA Business Systems and Technology Coordinator responsibility.

033-041

Dept. Chair

ITS Statewide Coordinating Committee

033-041

Member

ITS Statewide Meeting (Juneau and Nome)

033-041

Member & Presenter

2004-2005

Activity

Duration

Your role

Member UAF Faculty Senate

2 Years

Senator

Member UAF Faculty Senate Curricular Affairs Committee

2 Years

Senator

Member UAF/ACCFT Campus Wide Promotion and Tenure Committee

2 months

Committee Member

Member Faculty Appeals and Oversight committee

1 Year

Committee Member

Member William Smoker, Director of Fisheries Division, Adminsitrative Review Committee

1 Year

Committee Member

Chair of the 5 year Academic Program Review for the Alaska Native and Rural Development Program

3 Months

Committee Chair

Member University of Alaska Fairbanks IT Council

6 Months

Committee Member

UAF/CRA Grade Appeal Hearing September 2004

Meeting

Member

Presenter CRA Faculty Audio Roundtable Academic Decision Making

1 Hour

Presenter

Participated in initial meetings of the CRA Core group related to Department organization and CRA Name change

2 Months

Participant

Gave presentation to DANRD faculty on Web Logs

1 hour

Presenter

Member selection committee for IT support tech for School of Journalism

2 Hours

Committee Member

ITS Statewide Coordinating Committee

043-051

Member

ITS Statewide Meeting (Bristol Bay and Ketchikan)

043-051

Member & Presenter


Public Service

1992

Judged the Computer portion of the Fairbanks District Science Fair

Provided a computer class as an award to the Clean and Sober Shootout sponsored by the Fairbanks Police Department

1993

Judged the Computer portion of the Fairbanks District Science Fair

Worked with Rod Hixson of Monroe High School to develop and fund a computer lab. The proposal was funded.

1994

Judged the Computer portion of the Fairbanks District Science Fair

Provided support to the Adult Literacy Program computer lab plan

Provided computer support to the First Church Tutoring Program

Provided Tech-Prep curriculum to the Delta School District

1995

Judged the Computer portion of the Fairbanks District Science Fair

Provided support to the Adult Literacy Program computer lab

Provided support to the Adult Literacy Programs client database

Provided computer support to the First Church Tutoring Program

Worked with David Cornberg of the Interior Athabaskan Tribal College to provide computer training for Doyon village students. Provided lab and instructional support.

1996

Provided support to the Adult Literacy Program computer lab

Provided support to the Adult Literacy Programs client database

Provided my Computer Business Application curriculum and work book to Scott MacManus a teacher in Ruby Alaska.

Worked with Roger McPherson to a plan computer classes that can be taught in the Fairbanks Jail

1997

I taught two sessions of Windows 95 training for ALPA. The courses were for people making the transition from Windows 3.1, or the Macintosh, to Windows 95.

I helped implement the CIOS 100 class that is now being offered, on a continuing basis, through the Department of Corrections.

I setup and organized the computer lab for Mary Robinson’s First Church Tutoring program.

I judged the computer projects for the Fairbanks School District Science Fair.

I attended and participated in a meeting to discuss the problem of public drinking in the downtown area.

I provided computer support to Festival Fairbanks.

I provided computer support to the Adult Learning Program

1998-1999 Activity

Duration

Your Role

Interior Aids Association

Intermittent

Consultant

Tanana Middle School Science Fair

991

Judge

Up With People Career Day

983

Host

1999-2000 Activity

Duration

Your Role

Lathrop High School Career Information Day: Computer Careers

001

Presenter and Resource

Supported the JSTEP program at TVC

993-001

Resource

Interviewed Fairbanks IT workers for the Soft Skills for Information Technology Survey. I interviewed IT leaders from Alyeska, GVEA, Williams Petroleum, UAF, and Eielson AFB

001

Interviewer

Mentored a 9th grade student for the Lathrop High School GT program

001

Mentor

 

 

 

2000-2001 Activity

Duration

Your Role

Alaska Rural Entrepreneur Incubator Program planning and implementation. 3rd Sector

2 Months

Consultant

 

 

 

2001-2002 Activity

Duration

Your Role

Presenter Information Technology Career Assessment Conference (Fall)

3 Hours

Presenter

Presenter Information Technology Career Assessment Conference (Spring)

3 Hours

Presenter

2002-2003 Activity

Duration

Your Role

Interviewed about High-Tech education by the Alaska Journal of Commerce

 

Interviewee

Participated on the TVC Walk for Heart event

3 Hours

Victim

 

 

 

1. Public service: in organized, nonremunerative, educational and consultative activities which devolve from a unit member’s professional expertise and further the interests or prestige of the University.


Professional Development

1991

Independent learning through reading, creating lessons, and applying new computer tools.

1992

Independent learning through reading, creating lessons, and applying new computer tools.

Alaska Society for Technology in Education (ASTE): Participated in workshops on networking, current hardware, and HyperCard.

1993

Independent learning through reading, creating lessons, and applying new computer tools.

ASTE: Using the Internet, Using ClarisWorks, Microcomputer Graphics.

1994

Independent learning through reading, creating lessons, and applying new computer tools.

ASTE: Distance Delivery, Video Conferencing, and multimedia education workshops.

1995

Independent learning through reading, creating lessons, and applying new computer tools.

1996

Independent learning through reading, creating lessons, and applying new computer tools.

Attended the Syllabus Conference in Sanoma California on using Multimedia in classroom teaching.

1996

Independent learning through reading, creating lessons, and applying new computer tools.

Healing Racism Class

Bethel Conference Workshops

One day Excel class in Anchorage

1997

I participated in the Teaching In The Community Conference On-line Conference.

I took classes on Word, Excel, and  Building a PC from Ziff Davis University

I attended Windows NT training presented by UAF Computing and Communications

I attended Banner training presented by UAF.

1998-1999 Activity

Duration

Your Role

CIOS 245 Networking and Communications class

991

Student

HTML and Javascript conference

982

Participant

University of Hawaii Teaching with the Internet Online Conference

981

Participant

Computer Video Training: Networking, Internet Information Server II, Access 2000, Excel 2000

981, 982, 983, 991

Student

1999-2000 Activity

 

 

Self Training: I am constantly learning new skills through reading new books, experimenting with new technology, tracking trends in professional journals, and through using the Internet. These tools are my primary means of professional development.

Continuous

Professional

Current Internet Teaching Tools UAA statewide.

991

Audience

Teaching with the Internet UAF workshop

991

Audience

ZDU Classes: Access, Building Online Communities, Dreamweaver, Intro to Photoshop, Exploring Geocities

992

Student

2000-2001 Activity

 

 

Self-Training: I am constantly learning new skills through reading new books, experimenting with new technology, tracking trends in professional journals, and through using the Internet. These tools are my primary means of professional development.

Continuous

Professional

Computer Video Training: TCP/IP Training, Access 2000, Excel 2000

993-001

Student

PADE Grant applied for and awarded. “Using Web Based Tools to Individualize Web Delivered Instruction”

002

 

CIOS 246 Advanced Internet

003

Student

CIOS 240 Microsoft Access

011

Student

LERN Conference on Distance Education (Minneapolis)

011

Participant

 

2001-2002 Activity

Duration

Your Role

Became a Certified Program Planner through the Learning Resources Network

013

Award

Member of the Provosts Faculty Leadership Seminar

013-021

Participant

Access Training

021

Two Days

Blackboard 5 Orientation and Training

021

Participant

2001 Teaching Online in Higher Education Fall 2001

013

Participant

2002-2003 Activity

Duration

Your Role

Attended 2003 Academic Chairperson Conference

4 Days

Participant

Attended Mastering Adobe Photoshop Workshop

4 Days

Student

Attended the TCC 2003 Conference

3 Days

Participant

Student in Database Design Course

023

Student

Student in Digital Photography Course

031

Student

2003-2004 Activity

Duration

Your Role

UAF EEO Training

1 Day

Student

Visited three universities in Thailand exploring sabbatical opportunities and IT training.

3 Weeks

Faculty

Student in CIOS 246 Advanced Internet XML Course

041

Student

2004-2005 Activity

Duration

Your role

Member UAF Faculty Senate

2 Years

Senator

Member UAF Faculty Senate Curricular Affairs Committee

2 Years

Senator

Member UAF/ACCFT Campus Wide Promotion and Tenure Committee

2 months

Committee Member

Member Faculty Appeals and Oversight committee

1 Year

Committee Member

Member William Smoker, Director of Fisheries Division, Adminsitrative Review Committee

1 Year

Committee Member

Chair of the 5 year Academic Program Review for the Alaska Native and Rural Development Program

3 Months

Committee Chair

Member University of Alaska Fairbanks IT Council

6 Months

Committee Member

UAF/CRA Grade Appeal Hearing September 2004

Meeting

Member

Presenter CRA Faculty Audio Roundtable Academic Decision Making

1 Hour

Presenter

Participated in initial meetings of the CRA Core group related to Department organization and CRA Name change

2 Months

Participant

Gave presentation to DANRD faculty on Web Logs

1 hour

Presenter

Member selection committee for IT support tech for School of Journalism

2 Hours

Committee Member

ITS Statewide Coordinating Committee

043-051

Member

ITS Statewide Meeting (Bristol Bay and Ketchikan)

043-051

Member & Presenter

 


Funded Grant Applications

1992

Using Timbuktu as a Means of Distance Education. I wrote a grant to use the Timbuktu remote access program to explore the teaching of computer classes by distance delivery.

1994

MAPCO Grant: A grant to provide video converters, monitors for our computer labs to improve the teaching of computer processes.

1995

MAPCO Grant: A grant to provide a Video projector for our computer labs in order to improve the teaching of computer skills.

2000

I applied for, and was awarded, a CRA Proposal to Advance Distance Education (PADE) grant. The purpose of the grant was to investigate “Using Web Based Tools to Individualize Web Delivered Instruction”

2001

Faculty Initiative “Integrating Industry Standard Certification into the MSSP Degree” Finalist, pending funding.

2002

Faculty Initiative Implemented. We have the equipment, the new faculty member, the courses, and the students.