Stickperson is a team of innovative creators and educators who are passionate about learning experience design and online education. We seek to inspire others who are currently teaching college courses online or want to learn how to improve the quality of their classes and materials.
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Rebecca is an educator and specialist in strategic communication, online learning, and effective communication in the virtual space. Her core areas of experience are in integrated campaigns, user experience design, message strategy, and digital metrics. She is a college professor, trainer, facilitator, and blogger – attracting an international audience through her blog and custom training programs in online teaching, communication strategy, and professional growth. Rebecca holds a master’s degree in communication and is certified in Google Analytics.
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Christopher is a college professor currently teaching courses in business, entrepreneurship, innovation, and digital marketing. His areas of expertise include case-based teaching online, online course design, student engagement strategies, and online teaching technologies. Christopher holds an Executive MBA and is an Adobe Education Leader.
Client: Syracuse University Women in Science and Engineering (WISE)
“Let Your Voice Be Heard: Effective Online Communication”– A 2-hour virtual training program
With continued mandates for social distancing, online course delivery, and virtual meetings, it is important that WiSE faculty, postdocs, and students embrace technology and practices for online interpersonal communication. Through this training, participants gained confidence in hosting and attending meetings.
Clients: Graduate School of Media and Communications, Aga Khan University and Center of Excellence in Journalism, IBA
“Optimizing Courses for Online Learning” – A 15-week online course
A course designed to provide faculty with real-time coaching and guidance in best practices for designing and delivering online courses. Key themes included instructional design principles for online course delivery, student engagement strategies and techniques, and building community in the virtual space.
Client: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
“Creating and Cultivating Your Online Presence”– Training videos and a 90-minute webinar
A three-part webinar series for the PNNL storyLAB Science Communication Training Program. The content presented best practices, technologies, and tools for online communication. Lessons include creating and establishing an online presence, and preparing and rehearsing before live sessions.
Designed and delivered live session focused on creating and cultivating an online presence. Produced three videos, each about 15 minutes long, for a total of over 45 minutes of training content.
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Chris serving on leadership team for coordiantion of Adobe Creative Jam+ Finale. Event features a 2-hour presentation and awards ceremony to find out which teams make it to the finals and present their work live on-screen to industry professionals and Adobe judges.
July 30, 2020: Rebecca served on this national panel. Session explored eService-Learning best practices and insights from faculty who have experience teaching online courses with both virtual/remote and in-person engagement opportunities.
Jan 18, 2021: Rebecca was a guest on TheSuite Talk podcast with Kim Mattina. We discussed her use of Google Drive tools as part of live, synchronous teaching with an emphasis on Google Slides, Google Docs, and Jamboard.