Jennifer Livengood
Instructional designer and web developer

From Recreation to Technology

I chose a non-traditional career path from professor in recreation and sport management to a career in technology.

Each of my teaching and research experiences inform my work as an instructional designer and web developer.

  • 2005-2011

    Creating the classroom experience

    As a former professor I learned how to look at learning experiences through the eyes of my students.

  • 2006 - 2016

    Teaching Online

    I taught my first online course in 2006 and taught approximately twenty courses online since this date. I challenged myself to learn advanced HTML and CSS skills to deliver online courses that went above and beyond text-only presentations.

  • 2008 - 2011

    Transition to Technology

    I learned how to create courses with advanced web development techniques and how to leverage multimedia assets. I started my career as an instructional designer and my love for technology and web development also grew into a hobby outside of work hours.

  • 2012 - 2016

    Professional Development

    I set my own professional goals and learned how to incorporate JQuery and Bootstrap into the sites I created for instructors as well as for my own professional development projects.

     

  • 2014 - 2019

    Expanding My Skill Set

    I continue to expand my skill set and have learned how to draw and refine my own course images and leverage Photoshop, Illustrator, and Storyline to develop these multimedia course pieces.

  • The
    Journey
    goes on!

Professional Projects

Websites, Videos, and Course Multimedia

Professional Website

Jake Livengood

Professional Website

Brett Johnson

Amazon Web Services

How-to videos about AWS

Organization Website

Council on American Islamic Relations

Course Website

Shepherd University

Russian Language Website

Brandeis University

Webinar

Google Apps

Elearning Interactive

Digital Marketing Course

Contact Me

jlivengo@gmail.com



Image Credits: Mikael Kristenson, Clem Onojeghuo, Paul Rysz, Ilya Pavlov, Glenn Carstens-Peters, and Christopher Gower.