I am an Associate Professor of Educational Technology at Western Oregon University. My Ph.D. is in Technical Communication and Rhetoric. I research, present, and write about screencasting, improving user- and learner-centered design in online learning, and accessibility. I teach graduate students, mostly online and mostly about how to use technology to support their teaching and educational goals.
Writing and Reading
I write a fair amount. I collect books. Political history, science fiction, post-apocalyptic narratives, and abolitionist works are preferred. I collect books, too.
I enjoy consulting about accessibility. The work must be interesting and the pay fair.
Raised in Corvallis, Oregon, I lived in Taiwan for a year at the age of 5, in Nepal for a year at the age of 13, and in Germany for a year at the age of 18. I spent my twenties in Eugene, Oregon. My thirties were in Humboldt County. I have spent the past 21 years with my biblioholic partner D.