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Golda D. Lawson-Cohen Doylestown, PA 18902 Mobile: 215-990-2218 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.linkedin.com/in/goldalawsoncohen Profile INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGNER | ONLINE NSTRUCTOR | TRAININGS PECIALIST *EXPERIENCE INT RADITIONAL, BLENDED , & ONLINEINSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN & PRESENTATIONS * Adult Learning Theory Andragogy Theory Design Theory Pedagogy Theory Honorably Discharged Naval Veteran eLearning Professional Skills ADDIE Model Dynamic-Group Discussions and eLearning Instructional Designer and Presentations Developer Camcorder and Digital Camera Operation Integrate Learning Management Systems Audiovisual Equipment for Training Videos (LMS) Photoshop Skilled Facilitator Project Leader and Liaison Camtasia Interactive Workshops Captivate Online Content Management Systems Technical Writer Experience My Career Transitions (MCT) Malvern, PA 2011 – present Instructional Designer Volunteer designer and developer Google Site for My Career Transitions supplementary new member orientation website. Work with SME to create orientation videos, questionnaires, technical documents, and e- learning segments for over 700 members. Based upon data gleaned from questionnaires to implement changes to ancillary website. Increased attendance of face-to-face orientation by 40% by building the ancillary website within six month period. Its proposed time table was one year. PROJECT MANAGER: Organize e-learning components for ancillary website by providing information over 700 members ANALYSIS: Consider MCT audience with developing Learning Management System (LMS) DESIGN: Create consistent looking website for ease of use. DEVELOPMENT: Build website based on design specifications approved by MCT Board. IMPLEMENTATION: Alpha and Beta testing website to ensure accessibility and usability standards are met. EVALUATION: Utilize feedback from MCT Board in order to make edits and modifications to website for ease of use. Training Associates LLC Allentown, PA 2009-2011 Instructor Consultant Assessed, designed, developed, and implemented PowerPoint presentations and technical documents for PC Awareness and Literacy Training at state employment service branch in Norristown. Worked with SME to create curriculum for training. MANAGED: Various levels computer literacy class size of 12. CREATED: Curriculum and technical documents for computer application skill building that increased knowledge retention by 50%. CONDUCTED: Over 480 hours of instruction for employment retraining 12 trainees per class over a 20- month period. Golda D. Lawson-Cohen - AGE 2 Mobile: 215-990-2218 email@example.com Montgomery County Community College Blue Bell, PA 2010-2011 Instructor Consultant Designed and presented PowerPoint presentations for classes in Word 2007, Word 2010, Excel 2007, and Excel 2010 for class sizes consisting of 20. TAUGHT: Designed and developed PowerPoint presentations to teach on campus non-credit courses. CREATED: Hands-on technical documents to reinforce newly acquired skill set that increase knowledge retention by 20%. CERTIFICATIONS: Taught certification curriculum for Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exams. Peirce College Philadelphia, PA 2000-2008 Faculty Practitioner Used eCollege to facilitate hybrid and online courses and created instructional materials for 18,000 students in classes of 1-40. Ensured Section 508 and SCORM compliance. TESTING: Performed usability testing on curricula to ensure 99% course accuracy. RETENTION: Reduced attrition by 90% for Introduction to Word Processing and Internet courses. Exemplary use of multiple educational methods instrumental in maintaining 85% retention rate and accommodating students with disabilities. CERTIFICATIONS: Taught certification curriculum for Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exams with a success rate of 50%. CompuMaster Inc. Overland Park, KS 2001-2002 Training Consultant Conducted over 250 hours training computer skills for 100+ students. SALES: Identified client interests supplementary materials and courses. Increased sales by 5% (10K). ENROLLMENT: Increased seminar enrollments by 10% ($20K) with evaluation assessments. LEARNING: Used supplemental handouts that increased learning by 50%. Computer Learning Centers Inc. Philadelphia, PA 1998-2001 Instructor Designed and conducted over 6,000 hours of hands-on training for 600 students in classes of 3–16. Developed as-needed curriculum and technical documents that enabled skill building that student increased knowledge by 20%. CREATED: MS Word 2000 and Customer Service courses for company wide circulation. CONDUCTED/SUPERVISED: Train-the-trainer training for 25 newly–hired faculty, increasing productivity by 50%. CERTIFICATIONS: Taught certification curriculum for Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) and A+ Certification (Hardware and Software) exams. Education Full Sail University (summa cum laude) Winter Park, FL Master of Science | Educational Media Design and Technology (EMDT) Capella University (summa cum laude) Minneapolis, MN Master of Science | Education: Instructional Design for Online Learning (IDOL) Old Dominion University Norfolk, VA Bachelor of Science | Occupational and Technical Studies; Training Specialist Professional Organizations American Society of Training and Development Philadelphia Chapter (ASTDPHL) Philadelphia Area Computer Society (PACS) The eLearning Guild PADLA – Pennsylvania Distance Learning Association
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