Jennifer Livengood
Instructional technologist and designer focused on web design, elearning development, and user experience

From Recreation to Technology

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

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

  • 2005-2011

    Creating the classroom experience

    As a former professor I learned how to look at an experience through the eyes of my students. Each in-class lesson, course content page posted online, or assignments I created was developed with my students' interests in mind.

  • 2006 - 2016

    Teaching Online

    I taught my first online course in 2006 and have taught approximately twenty courses online, or partially online, since this date. After this initial course, I challenged myself advance my HTML and CSS skills to present online courses that went above and beyond text-only presentations.

  • 2008 - 2011

    Transition to Technology

    Technology inspired me to create and improve my online courses. 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 grew into a hobby outside 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. Along the way I also learned how to build my own instances of Moodle and websites that collect user information

     

  • 2014 - 2016

    Expanding My Skill Set

    Recently, I have been inspired to learn how to work with databases, Amazon Web Services, and WordPress. I hope to continue expanding my skill set to master these tools and to continuously grow with the ever-evolving landscape of technology.

  • The
    Journey
    goes on!

Professional Projects

Websites, Webinars, Course Websites, Instructional Documentation

Community Website

WordPress

Course Website

Shepherd University

Russian Language Site

Brandeis University

Course Site Demos

Advanced to Beginner Google Sites

Instructional Page

Google Sites

Webinar

Google Apps

Elearning Interactive

Digital Marketing and Design Course

Elearning Module

Brandeis University Orientation

Contact Me

jlivengo@gmail.com

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