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SCOTT D. FELDSTEIN, M.A.
A master of arts in education with additional graduate work in computing, a 13-year background in educational technology, a successful photography business and noteworthy teaching experiences.
Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI — Master of Arts, Educational Psychology, 2002
Carroll University, Waukesha, WI — Bachelor of Science, Psychology, 1996
E-Learning Application Specialist, Marquette University; Milwaukee, WI – 2002-present
Trained hundreds of faculty in the pedagogically sound use of e-learning tools including Blackboard and Desire2Learn; administrated and supported these online course management systems; consulted on educational technology issues in the Center for Teaching and Learning, focusing on faculty development and training; taught undergraduates, graduate students and faculty to produce digital video, audio, photography and web content.
Adjunct Instructor, Marquette University College of Professional Studies; Milwaukee, WI – 2008, present
Curriculum development and delivery of a three-credit undergraduate course, Organization and Leadership (ORLE) 3720 Multimedia, which encompasses electronic slide presentations, digital video editing, social media and emerging web technologies.
Photographer and owner, Feldstein Photography; Waukesha, WI – 2007-present
Specializing in wedding and event photography in southeastern Wisconsin. Photography, multimedia production, advertising, social media, web development, sales, budgeting, purchasing and customer relations. Feldstein Photography has been profitable every year since its inception.
Teacher, Marquette University EOP/SAMM; Milwaukee, WI – 2002, 2003
Developed and taught a five-week summer course on digital filmmaking for diverse high school juniors using iMovie and handheld mini-DV cameras.
Computer Consultant, Marquette University College of Communication; Milwaukee, WI – 2000-2002
Facilitated the transition from analog to digital video and photography. Built three new state-of-the-art computer labs. Served on the university Training and Professional Development Council, greatly expanding the faculty development offerings to the Marquette faculty. Provided day-to-day desktop support and file server administration.
Computer Consultant, Marquette University School of Dentistry; Milwaukee, WI – 1998-2000
Established new ties between IT Services and the School of Dentistry, facilitated an department-wide platform switch, installed new workstations, provided user training and support, helped orchestrate a mass-migration to a new e-mail system and provided day-to-day desktop support and e-mail server administration.
“Methods and strategies for effective teaching of blended courses with D2L” (2006-present) (with Heidi Schweizer, Ph.D.) Curriculum development and multiple deliveries of this 3-hour session on how to utilize this online learning environment in pedagogically sound ways.
“Introduction to Desire2Learn” (2004-present) Curriculum development and multiple deliveries of this 3-hour training session on how to use this online learning environment for the teaching of university courses.
“Better Digital Photography” (2010-present) Curriculum development and multiple deliveries of a 3-hour training session on the basic concepts of photography in the digital age including equipment, composition and exposure.
“Digital Video Editing” (2005) (with G. Jon Pray) Curriculum development and multiple deliveries of this 3-hour training session on how to edit digital video using iMovie and Movie Maker software.
“Introduction to Blackboard” (2002-2004) Curriculum development and multiple deliveries of this 3-hour training session on how to use this online learning environment for the teaching of university courses.
“Introduction to Adobe GoLive” (2002-2003) Curriculum development and multiple deliveries of this 3-hour training session on how to create web sites using this professional HTML development environment.
“Introduction to Adobe Photoshop” (2001) (with Michelle Powers) Curriculum development and multiple deliveries of this 3-hour training session on how to edit digital images for print and electronic use.
PUBLICATIONS / PRESENTATIONS
“Who are the faculty holdouts?” presentation delivered at FUSION 2010, the annual Desire2Learn users’ conference, Chicago, IL; July, 2010. http://scottfeldstein.net/misc/2010/holdouts/
“Using social networking tools in teaching” (with Tim Cigelske) presentation delivered at Marquette University’s Center for Teaching and Learning, Milwaukee, WI; March 25, 2010.
“Master your DSLR, part 1: program mode,” Lifehacker.com, November 16, 2007. http://lifehacker.com/software/feature/master-your-dslr-camera-part-1-program-mode-323605.php
“Master your DSLR, part 2: manual mode and more,” Lifehacker.com, November 30, 2007. http://lifehacker.com/software/feature/master-your-dslr-camera-part-2-manual-mode-and-more-328488.php
“How to take great digital portraits,” Lifehacker.com, March 9, 2006. http://lifehacker.com/software/photography/how-to-take-great-digital-portraits-159432.php
“The Web is Not Slow TV: Blogs and Podcasts” presentation delivered to the Marquette University Advertising Club, Milwaukee, WI; October, 25, 2005. http://scottfeldstein.net/misc/2005/blogs_and_podcasts.mov