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Dick Carlson is an Instructional Designer and Project Manager who has been responsible for online learning projects in a variety of industries, including software training, adult business education and K-12 curriculum. He is currently helping manage content and technical training delivery for the Microsoft Corporation in Redmond, Washington in the Platforms Content Communications group. He has over 20 years experience in helping people understand and use technology -- previously as Senior Learning Technology Consultant with Corporate University Xchange in New York. His projects include a 25-week online learning program produced with the University of Phoenix On-Line, a complex multimedia curriculum in economics theory and practice, a collaborative book entitled "Creating Learning Content," facilitation of online courses in adult learning and e-learning design, and research to increase the understanding of how metaphorical images can be used to enhance technology training. Dick started the non-profit Institute for Electronic Education in Washington State, providing curriculum and research products for use in development of online learning content. He has consulted for federal government agencies, healthcare providers, banking, manufacturing and higher education clients. He served on the board of the Cascadia chapter of the American Society for Training and Development, and is currently e-Learning SIG chair for the Puget Sound ASTD Chapter. Dick has a bachelor's degree in Electronic Communications, with an M.Ed. in Adult Education from Western Washington University.
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