Mark Schneider

Biography

Education: Doctorate in Instructional Systems Design, University of Kentucky Masters in Higher Education, University of Louisville Bacherlors in Biology/Chemistry, Transylvania University Graduate Certifications: Distance Learning, University of Kentucky Human-Technology Interaction, University of Kentucky Credentials: CPLP (passed exam 10/2015) Organizations: Educause ATD (formerly ASTD) ISTE Manages and coordinates development of distance learning for over 11,000 learners. These learners include the University of Kentucky HealthCare, Eastern State Hospital, and ambulatory sites across Kentucky. Coordinates annual mandatory WBT rollout of Safety training, as well as Nursing Staff Development. Creates a timeline for SME development, deliverables, and reporting. Develops scorm-compliant, interactive content to promote cognitive thinking. Utilizes remediation to ensure maximize learning and retention. In charge of annual WBT survey and analysis to determine learner preferences, short and long-term knowledge retention, demographic data, and other relevant information. Collaborates frequently with SMEs, LMS personnel, support, upper management, and other stakeholders to guarantee training is delivered in an effective and timely manner. Experience working with organizations to develop distance training, such as Homeland Security, Kentucky Department for Public Health, Kentucky Department for Agriculture, Kentucky Emergency Medical Services for Children, the Drug Endangered Child Training Network, the Kentucky Environmental Protection Agency, Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center, Southeast Center for Agricultural Health and Injury Prevention, and the University of Kentucky College of Public Health. Fifteen years of experience creating and disseminating distance learning.