Bridging Health Care, Accessibility, and e-Learning Architecture
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ACCESSIBILITY: Providing multiple ways for learners to obtain knowledge, demonstrate knowledge, and interact with content that parallels accessibility for all learners. By adhering to principles of Universal Design (UDL), I significantly increase learner access, digital equity, the opportunity to create eLearning for everyone, without regards to abilities.
INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN: Approaches that deepen learning, develop culture honing innovation, sound instructional design is the foundation for educational excellence. By adhering to Accessibility Guidelines and principles, I significantly increase learner access, digital equity, the opportunity to create eLearning for everyone, without regards to abilities.
PEER REVIEW: Designed to evaluate the soundness, quality and novelty of a product, its definitive purpose is to preserve the integrity of the respective field by sifting through submissions and selecting the highest quality. Remarkable, but ultimately spurious, details require a standard process and promotes expectations, fulfilled by submissions.
ABOUT ME: Originally from Camden, New Jersey and currently residing in the D.C. Metro area, I am an accessibility advocate. With a unique perspective, I earned a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership, Doctor of Naturopathy (Health & Wellness), Masters in Higher Education, Bachelors of Science in Health Education, and several industry certifications.
Areas of Specialty and Expertise
Healthcare Learning assessments and evaluations
Accessibility in higher education
Higher education institutional culture
Healthcare-focused Instructional design best practices
Universal design for learning
Multimedia to enhance virtual healthcare courses
Continuing education in health and wellness for practitioners