I am currently the Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility coordinator for the University of Montana and the manager of Accessible Technology Services. I have over 20 years experience in academic teaching and training in computer applications, communicating with computers, and electronic publishing. Most of my positions have included direct customer contact and support and campus technology change. I have as worked as a systems analyst supporting campus web resources and spent 15 years working with Disability Services for Students to maintain the specialized technology for students with disabilities, assist students in matching their needs with available options and tutor them in their final selections. I chair the Daisy Consortiumâ€™s subcommittee on Consumption of Epublications through Reading Systems availability/accessibility for the Transition to Accessible EPUB Working Group.
I am finishing my Independent Ph.D. (Fall 2014), that has combined psychology, technology and education, with a dissertation on Metacognition and Self-Regulated Learning.