BA 1993, Geology University of Minnesota-Morris. MS 1995, Geological Sciences Michigan State University. Graduate Certificate 2012, Distance Education University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Mobile learning, universal design for learning, applications for science, technology, engineering, and math distance education, OER resources, textbook development.
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Trina is a member of the eLearner’s Guild, Instructional Technology Council, WyDEC, and WCET.
Honors and Awards:
Golden Apple Grant Award recipient 2011 along with Trent Morrell to develop activities in online science labs using handheld camcorders
Trina's interests include designing hands-on lab experiences for online students. To this end she has published two lab manuals and kits with At Home Science. She also is interested in making geoscience accessible and interesting, and published the article "Walking with Volcanoes" in the nathional magazine Rock and Gem (January 2008). She has published two articles on teaching science in HERD (Home Education Resource Digest).
Handheld Camcorders for Online Science Labs (ITC 2012), Universal Design for Learning panel (WyDEC 2012), Introduction to MOOC (WyDEC 2012), Making Courses Accessible (WyDEC 2012), Twenty Ways to Use Tegrity Beyond Lecture Capture (TUC 2012)
Certified coach and trainer 2009, Worldwide Instructional Design System. ITC Leadership Academy graduate 2012
Trina serves on the steering committee for the Tegrity Users Conference. Member of WCET learning communities for student retention and LMS selection.