Noelia Franzen

Biography

Noelia Franzen now works as an Academic Consultant at Sonoma State University Noelia served as a lead Moodle trainer at SF State with over a decade of experience organizing faculty trainings and showcase events covering all aspects of teaching with the LMS and other academic technologies. At Sonoma State University she continues to provide pedagogical and technical training and support to faculty using the campus Learning Management System (LMS), Web Conferencing system and other Academic Technology tools and systems in the Academic Technology service catalog; She develops instructional materials for face-to-face, hybrid/blended, and HyFlex online teaching and learning (OTL) methods; She create and maintains a searchable knowledge base of support documents. Noelia also taught a hybrid course providing innovative approaches to understanding information technology and its relationship to Latina/o(Raza) populations. Students examined the advantages and limitations of emerging Internet technologies. Students also learned about Latino populations in the US and their access to and usage of the internet, explore a range of internet driven communication, develop digital literacy, design a personal website, and generally understand the role of the internet in maintaining cultural connections among Raza and creating communities online. EDUCATION Master of Arts, Education with an emphasis in Instructional Technology SF State Bachelors of Arts, La Raza Studies (Latina/Latino Studies) SF State Presentations: 2012 Principles for Creating a Bridge for Collaboration using Blackboard Collaborate (Part I: Common Faculty Use Cases) CATS Regional Meeting, Sacramento, California Co-presenter Nora Scully 2011 Streamlining Accessibility in A Moodle Course West Coast MoodleMoot, Rohnert Park, CA 2010 Accessibility and Course Design Considerations for Instructors and Course Designers Using Moodle LMS SLOAN Consortium/ET4online Sessions/Merlot/ Moodle, San Jose, California Co-presenter Nora Scully CSU- ATI: "Meet the Expert" Webinar: Accessibility and Course Design Co-presenters Nicole Bohn and Nora Scully 2008 Comprehensive view of moving Moodle from pilot to enterprise Moodle Moot, South San Francisco, CA Various co-presenters from SF State 2007 The Accessible Technology Initiative - a Focus on Web Accessibility Accessing Higher Ground Conference, Boulder Colorado Co-presenter: Clare Ramsaran

EDUCAUSE Presentations