Kristin Camplese CV

Kristin Camplese CV

Contact Information
kristincamplese@gmail.com

Education

Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA
Instructional Systems PhD Candidate

Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA
Master of Education in Instructional Systems, Conferred December 1998

West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV
B.A. in International Studies, Conferred May 1994

Experience

Camplese Group , State College, PA
Educational Consultant

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Instructional design consultation
  • Multimedia development
  • Website Design
  • Project Management
  • Client Management

Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA
Manager, Instructional Design and Research
Senior Instructional Designer
School of Information Sciences and Technology, IST Solutions Institute
August 1999-May 2005

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Leadership in establishing instructional design models for online, problem-based, collaborative courseware
  • Instructional design for online courses: IST 110, 210, 220, 250
  • Instructional design consultation for Pennsylvania Governor’s School of Information Technology
  • Case Study and Problem-Based Learning Module Creation
  • Project Management for Solutions Institute projects
  • Research related to instructional design issues and the Online IST Curriculum
  • Grant and proposal writing
  • Collaboration with faculty within IST and across the Penn State system
  • Participation in hiring committees
  • Planning of conferences and events

Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA
Instructional Designer, World Campus, June 1999-August 1999

Primary responsibilities included:

  • Instructional design and development for Antenna Engineering Graduate Course
  • Project Management

Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA
Graduate Assistant, Engineering Instructional Services, August 1998-June 1999

Primary responsibilities included:

  • Instructional design and development
  • Literature reviews, research, statistical analysis

Pennsylvania State University, Great Valley, PA
Instructional Design Intern, January 1998 – May 1998

  • Project manager for Distance Education Workshop
  • Designed and developed web-based Faculty development training on distance education for the Great Valley Campus

Research Assistant, September 1997-May 1998

  • Conducted academic research with Dr. Maureen Bezold, a member of the Management Department.
  • Conducted academic research for eventual presentation and publication with Dr. William Milheim, a member of the Instructional Systems Department.

Chesterbrook Academy, Exton, PA
Teacher, October 1996-May 1997

  • Instructional design and teaching in a collaborative, innovative preschool program.
  • Instructed preschool and kindergarten-aged children in all subject areas.

Publications

Pushing the Digital Frontier: Insights into the Changing Landscape of E-Business. Published Chapter: “E-Learning Solutions: Aligning Critical Development Factors.” Co-Authors: Shawn Clark, Cole Camplese, Kristin Camplese, James Thomas. Amacom Publishing, 2001

Selected Presentations

  • School to Career Connection: Conference on Integrated Learning, November 2003: Pennsylvania Governor’s School for Information Technology Overview
  • School to Career Connection: Conference on Integrated Learning, November 2002: Pennsylvania Governor’s School for Information Technology Overview
  • PA Faculty Academy, June 2001: Problem-Based Learning in Online IST
  • Teaching and Learning with Technology, April 2001: Aligning eLearning Support Mechanisms
  • Republican National Convention, August 2000: Online IST Overview
  • National Governor’s Conference, July 2000: Online IST Overview
  • PAECT, 1998: Hershey, PA. Value-Added Templates for Web-Based Instruction. Co-presentor: Dr. William Milheim.
  • AECT, 1999: Houston, TX. DISC Keynote Presentation, Cognitive Flexibility Hypertexts: Examples and Explorations. Co-presentors: Douglas Harvey, Cole Camplese, and co-contributor, Dr. David Jonassen.
  • FIE, 1999: San Juan, Puerto Rico. Lifelong Learning: A Preliminary Look at the Literature in View of EC 2000. Co-presentors: Dr. Rose Marra and Dr. Thomas Litzinger.

Sample Projects

  • Online IST 110, Lead Instructional Designer and Project Manager
  • Online IST 210, Instructional Designer
  • Online IST 220, Lead Instructional Designer and Project Manager
  • Online IST 250, Instructional Designer

Activities

  • PAECT Member
  • Sigma Iota Rho Member
  • Pi Beta Phi Sorority Member
  • W.V.U. Gold Club Member

Honors

  • 4.0 grade point average for entire Masters degree program, December 1998
  • Cum Laude Graduate of W.V.U. May 1994
  • Arts and Sciences Scholar at W.V.U. 1993-1994
  • Dean’s List at W.V.U. 1991-1994
  • President’s Freshman Award at P.S.U. 1991

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