Spring 2024

Section 5367 of CS167.11
Microsoft Outlook -- : Mar 25 - Apr 21 2024
Course offered in Outlook 2019. Outlook 365 also has the features needed to successfully complete this course. For more information, email mstoner@santarosa.edu.

Section 6090 of CS60.11B
Microsoft Word, Part 2 -- : Mar 25 - May 17 2024
Students should use the 2019 version of Microsoft Word. Students with the 2016 version may also take this course; there is limited support for the Mac version. Reminder: Completing CS 60.11A and CS 60.11B makes you eligible to apply for the Microsoft Word Entry-Level Certificate via your student portal. For information, email mstoner@santarosa.edu.

Fall 2023

Section 2132 of CS5
Computer Literacy -- : Aug 14 - Dec 08 2023
Recommended for students with some prior computer knowledge. This course meets Area B of General Education Option A requirements. For further information, email mstoner@santarosa.edu.

Summer 2023

Section 8120 of CS5
Computer Literacy -- : Jun 12 - Aug 06 2023
Recommended for students with some prior computer knowledge. This is an accelerated pace class taught using MS Office applications. For further information email: mstoner@santarosa.edu.


  • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AMOnline


  • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AMOnline

Master of Science, Business 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 product development and merchandising 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 Business and Merchandising.