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Arthur Schneider
 

2553 Kings Highway, Louisville, Kentucky 40205, USA
P: 502-459-2358 C: 502-553-6340 F: 800-536-5013
E: aschneider@e-le.com WEB SITE: http://www.e-le.com

     
     
  Objectives  
  Online Courseware Consulting-Research-Development-Production  
   
  Experience  
   

Pearson Education -Pearson Learning Solutions -

Senior Instructional Designer

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  • Experience: SCORM & Section 508 Courseware Developer, Manager& Producer
    July 2002 - Present E-Learning Engine, LLC, Louisville, Kentucky

  • NASA Productions - National Technology Transfer Center
    Cisco Systems Courseware - Convergys
    Microsoft - iWorker Courseware - LionBRIDGE
    Ophthalmic Mutual Insurance Company
    United Nations - Productivity Point International
    AGL Resources - Productivity Point International
    Brandon-Hall Research – Reviewer
    The Community Builders
    Energizer Batteries – Electric Smarts Network
    U.S. Department of Education – CTS, Inc.
    Global Virtual Team Experience

  • Specific Job Responsibilities:

    Develop courseware that utilizes Blooms Taxonomy and adult learning principles when developing cognitive domain activities.
    Assessments and instruments developed according to Kirkpatrick’s four levels of evaluative principles.
    Data mining content for course.
    Develop the assessment strategy, including evaluation instruments, identify and develop a strategy for any interactions to include in the course.
    Develop the curriculum map, including topography, prerequisites and exit strategies.
    Supervise the development of the content required to meet the course objectives.
    Supervise the development of any visual material required for the presentation of the course content.
    Supervise the creation or gathering of any visuals, graphics, still or media required by the course.
    Existing media will be assimilated in its original format and converted into new graphic format.
    Supervise the acquiring of any and all permissions required to support the inclusion of copyright material in the course by working with the Intellectual Property Office.
    Finalize the content reflecting any adjustments required due to restrictions on the use of copyrighted materials.
    Deliver the material to the quality Assurance Manager for review.
    Revise course material based upon the Quality assurance manager’s feedback.
    Deliver completed course to representative for traditional, CD or web publishing.
    All content SCORM –1.2/2004 and Section 508 compliant.

  • R/D Programmer:

    January 1996 – June 2002 University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky
    Material Handling Industry of America (MHIA) Toolbook CD
    R/D interactive WWW courseware for Health Science Campus
    Implemented 1st University Online Course
    Strategic Planning for Online University Courseware - U.S. Army

  • Specific Job Responsibilities:

    Work with SME (Subject Matter Expert) to analyze current content.
    Select the most appropriate delivery system(s) by examining the kinds of cognitive skills required to achieve goal(s).
    Obtain and/or create the required media to achieve goals.
    Distribute, install and maintain materials
    Develop ongoing summative and formative evaluations of material(s).

  • Instructor:

    July 1994 – December 1996 Kentucky Tech, Frankfort, Kentucky
    Computer Graphics Instructor
    Implemented First Statewide Computer Graphics program
    Wrote First Statewide Computer Graphics program

  • Specific Job Responsibilities:

    Introduce students to basic, intermediate and advanced computer skills.
    Develop and document training materials used in course
    Provided Statewide leadership in new program creation and implementation

 

 
  Education  
   
  • University of Louisville – School of Education
    2002 - Present
    Ph.D. – Doctorial Student – ABD

  • University of Louisville – School of Education
    1996 – 2001
    MEd. – Occupational Training and Development
    Phi Kappa Phi

  • Indiana University – School of Education
    1965-1972  B.S. – Education

 

 
  Skills  
 
       

3D Studio Max FrontPage
Acrobat 8 Prof. JAWS 8.0
Access PowerPoint
Photoshop Serious Magic
Captivate  SnagIt8
Audacity SPSS
Authorware Still Motion
AutoCAD SWF Decompiler
Blaze Media Pro Swiff Chart 3
Camtasia SWISHmax
Captivate THESIS Pro
Demo Builder WavePad
Digital Media Converter WebEx
Dreamweaver Word
Excel XML Spy
Flash

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  Awards  
   
  • Marquis’ “Who’s Who in the World”

  • Marquis’ “Who’s Who in Science and Engineering”

  • Marquis’ “Who’s Who in Finance and Industry”

  • Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society

 

 
  Past and Present Affiliations  
   
  • National Computer Graphics Association

  • Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)

  • Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME)

  • Founder of Electronic Imaging Society, Inc.

 

 
  Presentations  
   
  • American Association of Medical Collages Annual National Conference

  • Kentucky Higher Educational Technology Conference - 1998

  • Presenter at the “Artist & Computer”- Sponsored by the Louisville Art Gallery
    Show given in association with the National Exhibition of Computer Art Sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts through the Southern Arts Federation.

 

 
  Other  
   
  • Personality  Profile: Myers-Briggs: INTJ

  • References: Furnished upon request

  • Placement: On-site/virtual developer. On-site per scheduled visit. Production work done virtually

 
   
   
   
   
   
   
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