Project Team

Joan Van DuzerJoan Van Duzer, MS Ed., works as an instructional technologist at Humboldt State University where she assists faculty with instructional design in the development of high-quality online courses. Joan is an experienced online facilitator of professional development workshops for faculty and staff and has taught face-to-face workshops part-time.

She holds a B.S. in Computer Information Systems and a M.S. in Education (2002) with a specialization in Online Teaching and Learning.

Bonnie CorreiaBonnie Correia, MS Ed., is an adjunct faculty member at Governors State University in Illinois and has taught online courses for three years at both the graduate and undergraduate level. She is the recipient of the 2006 WebCT Exemplary Course award for the course she teaches entitled Introduction to Online Learning.

Along with teaching, Bonnie is an Educational Technology Consultant for California State University, East Bay where she works directly with faculty in the development of online courses and web enhanced instruction. Her activities include presenting workshops on pedagogical strategies for online instruction as well as consulting on the use of the Blackboard Learning Management system for course delivery.

She holds a B.S. in Mathematics and a M.S. in Education (2003) with a specialization in Online Teaching and Learning.

Cynthia GautreauCynthia Gautreau, M.A., is currently completing a doctoral degree in curriculum and instruction in higher education. Her current research focuses on technology integration in higher education, faculty motivation factors, instructional design, and education technology. Her education background includes a Master of Education in Education Technology and Multimedia, a California Multiple Subject Teaching Credential, and a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies.

She attended and presented at the CATS conference in 2005. Presently, she is an Academic Technology Consultant at California State University, Fullerton where she is responsible for designing, developing, delivering faculty workshops.

Tonia MaloneTonia Malone has been an Instructional Designer at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo for since 1996 where she has worn many hats: she teaches multiple workshops on effective teaching and learning with technology, has been a Blackboard Administrator, taught in the Art department, and is currently playing a key role in the Hybrid Course Pilot project at Cal Poly.

She holds a B.S. in Graphic Communications (1994), a Certificate in Online Teaching and Learning (2000), and is finishing a M.S. in Education (2007) with a specialization in Online Teaching and Learning.

Kathy MunozKathy Munoz, Ed.D., is a Professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Recreation Administration at Humboldt State University where she teaches nutrition and health related courses to undergraduate kinesiology majors, and graduate level research to Master of Science in kinesiology students. Kathy is a very skillful online facilitator. In 2005, her first online course, developed with Joan Van Duzer, won Blackboard’s prestigious Bbionic Course Contest.

For the past 25 years, Kathy has participated in health and nutrition related research which has been published in peer-reviewed journals. She holds a M.S in Foods and Nutrition from Oregon State University, and an Ed.D. in Education with a specialization in Curriculum Design from University of Southern California.

Carole RobinsonCarole Robinson, Ed.D., has worked in curriculum development and instructional capacities with university, community college, museum, and secondary educational institutions in California and Montana for 21 years. She completed a doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction (with an Instructional Technology emphasis) at the University of Montana, Missoula. While in Missoula, Carole was appointed the first University of Montana Director of Online Education launching the pilot program in November of 1999.

Currently as Instructional Media Producer for Pasadena City College, Carole provides instructional design and pedagogical support, development strategies, and instructional materials pertinent to evolving information technologies in online curriculum delivery.

Margaret ScheffelinMargaret Merrick Scheffelin, Ph.D., has over 30 years of experience in project and program evaluation; in consulting on measurement of human performance; in teaching children and adults at levels ranging from pre-school through graduate school; Fulbright Research Professor to the University of Hamburg; currently the Community Representative on the University Committee for Persons with Disabilities, Sacramento State University.