Spring 2022

Section 4318 of CS63.11A
Microsoft Access, Part 1 -- : Jan 19 - Mar 13 2022
Course is intended for Office 2019; students with the 2016 version may also enroll. Click section number link to download the course Syllabus. This section has no regularly scheduled Zoom meetings; more details will be provided in the course. Contact the instructor, mstoner@santarosa.edu.

Section 4505 of CS5
Computer Literacy -- : Jan 19 - May 20 2022
Recommended for students with some prior computer knowledge. Click section number link to download the course Syllabus. This section has no regularly scheduled Zoom meetings; more details will be provided in the course. Contact the instructor, mstoner@santarosa.edu.

Section 5930 of CS61.11A
Microsoft Excel, Part 1 -- : Mar 28 - May 20 2022
Course is intended for Office 2019; students with the 2016 version may also enroll. Click section number link to download the course Syllabus. This section has no regularly scheduled Zoom meetings; more details will be provided in the course. Contact the instructor, mstoner@santarosa.edu.

Fall 2021

Section 0549 of CS60.11B
Microsoft Word, Part 2 -- : Oct 18 - Dec 12 2021
For further information email instructor mstoner@santarosa.edu. The above section is taught using Word 2019. Students will also be able to use Word 2016. Mac users can enroll for the course, acknowledging platform variations and challenges. The above section has no regularly scheduled Zoom meetings. More details will be provided in the syllabus distributed by the instructor.

Section 1364 of CS5
Computer Literacy -- : Aug 16 - Dec 10 2021
Recommended for students with some prior computer knowledge.

Monday

  • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AMOnline

Saturday

  • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AMOnline

Online Office Hours: Mondays & Saturdays 9-11 am

Please refer to the Classes tab above for my upcoming courses.

Master of Science, Merchandising, University of Nebraska, 2017

Associate of Science, Library & Information Technology, Cuesta College, 2006

Master of Science Education, Online Learning & Teaching, California State University, 2004


Canvas Training and Digital Course Design

ACUE Creating an Inclusive and Supportive Online Learning Environment

October - November - December 2021

ACUE Course description
Welcoming Students to Online Learning
Promoting Civil Online Learning Environments
Promoting Civil Online Learning Environments
Helping Students Persist in Online Learning
Embracing Diversity in Online Learning
Checking for Student Understanding in Online Learning
Providing Useful Feedback for Online Learning

Foundations of Canvas Course Design

July 2021

The Foundations in Canvas Course Design training is a resource to assist faculty in becoming dynamic instructors in the online course modality.


Open Educational Resources

LibreTexts Grant Participation

April-May 2021


@One Course Series

Online Education Standards and Practices

Summer & Fall 2019

Designing Dynamic Discussions


Communication that Matters


Creating Accessible Content


Digital Course Design


Assessment in Digital Learning


Equity and Culturally Responsive Teaching

 

My initial work experience in an academic setting was at the University of Washington in Seattle, my home town.

I earned another degree and worked in merchandising and product development for about 15 years, in both Washington and California.

On-the-job training experiences - good, bad & non-existent - created an interest in instructional materials and education. I began working and teaching at Santa Rosa Junior College.

My interest in online education led me to complete a Master of Science in Education-Online Learning & Teaching at CSU. In 2017 I completed a Master of Science in Merchandising.

Please refer to the Education tab above for continuing training and development information.