I am an Online Instructor, Instructional Designer, Moodle Administrator and Historian. As a historian my research interests includes families on the North American Frontier. I particularly enjoy researching the Colonial Gulf South, during the French and Spanish periods. I am exploring this topic more, as I work toward a Ph.D. in Modern history, at Fordham University. I graduated with a Master of Arts degree in History from the University of San Diego. There, I researched and wrote a master's thesis, titled "Yankee Doodle Bayou: Spanish Louisiana and British West Florida's Contributions to Patriot Victory." For my undergraduate degree, I graduated from Loyola University New Orleans, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History. My professional experience also includes, working as an instructional designer/technologist, in higher education. In this job, I manage the development and building of online course curriculum, in learning management systems. In the past, I have managed the development of many courses in Blackboard, eCollege and Moodle. I am also a Moodle Administrator and have extensive knowledge on facilitating courses in lmses.
I've been teaching for a long time, and can make your students learn.