Instructional Technology Specialist
Office: Room 4312, Law School
J.D. 2009, University of Wisconsin Law School
B.A. 2006, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Passionate about technology and education, Marc primarily serves as technology translator and administrator in the Center for Patient Partnerships' eLearning endeavors and other projects. He regularly collaborates with faculty, staff, and consultants to craft innovative instructional solutions that are intuitive and pedagogically sound. Marc has played an instrumental role in transforming the Center's traditionally face-to-face curriculum to a blended and online format. This transformation involved instructional design and technology development for a blended eService Learning course, and 4 completely online courses. Marc is also involved in many other areas of the Center's work, including development, marketing, and communications.
Other examples of Marc's work include the migration to and implementation of the Center's case management system, and the continued support and training of staff and students on this system. He is well versed in a variety of open source content management systems, including Wordpress and Drupal, CiviCRM, graphic design applications, and Google Apps.
Marc graduated from University of Wisconsin Law School in 2009. When he is not at the Center, Marc enjoys volunteering in the community, including serving on various committees at UW Health, as well as travel and photography. Many of his photographs are featured on the Center's various websites and at the University of Wisconsin Hospital & Clinics.