The CVC-OEI @ONE Team
The @ONE professional development team provides support for the effective use of technology to support student success through high-quality online learning.
Helen brings a diverse background in education, Adlerian psychology and Neuro-Linguistic Programming to her passion for effective instruction. She graduated from UC Santa Cruz with a degree in Environmental Studies, earned her teaching credential at CSU Fullerton (both too long ago to mention dates!) and completed UC Irvine's eLearning Instructional Design program. Having been a "Canvas Ninja" at Santa Rosa Junior College since mid-2015, Helen enjoys showing instructors how to apply best pedagogical practices in Canvas to create dynamic courses that keep their students engaged.
Faculty Mentor, Online Teaching & Learning
Michelle earned her doctorate in Educational Leadership and Management from Capella University and her Master's in Art History from UC Riverside. She is a teacher at heart with a passion for humanizing online learning and has held faculty and staff roles in the CCC and CSU systems. She is the author of Best Practices for Teaching with Emerging Technologies, a blogger, a columnist at EdSurge and has an abundance of love for mini dachshounds. In her role with @ONE, Michelle engages emerging technologies to create community-rich professional development for the CCC's diverse group of faculty.
Senior Program Coordinator
Shawn holds a Master of Music degree from Cal Baptist University, a B.A. in Music from UC Riverside, and is finishing a Ph.D. in Education at Capella University. Since 2007, he has taught Music in the CCC system. Before joining CVC-OEI, Shawn worked as an Instructional Designer for @ONE and Mt. San Jacinto College. Additionally, he is an active working musician. Shawn most enjoys spending time with his wife and son, all avid baseball fans. Let’s go Mets!
Director of Professional Development
Mark is a step dad, nerd and banana slug. He has been providing accessibility alternate media services for the past 6 years for Allan Hancock College and Pasadena City College.
Marisa received her Master's in Educational Leadership and Policy from Portland State University and has focused her career on increasing access to higher education for all learners. Her passion for accessibility in the e-learning environment is strongly influenced by the Universal Design for Learning framework. Marisa also has experience working within Student Affairs practice and providing faculty support.