Rich Berg

Rich Berg

Richard Berg

MS

Office: 322 Millennium Hall
Phone: 715/232-1223
Email: bergr@uwstout.edu

Education

Western Illinois University, BA English Education, 1994

Western Illinois University, MS, Instructional Design and Technology, 2000

Research Interests

Digital Imaging Technology

Leveraging Recorded Mini-Lectures to Improve Student Learning

 

Publications

147 Practical Tips for Synchronous and Blended Technology Teaching and Learning, co-authored with Rosemary Lehman, Atwood Publishing

"Leveraging Recorded Mini-Lectures to Improve Student Learning," co-authored with John S. Kirk, Ann Brand, Jennifer Grant, and Todd Zimmerman, Online Classroom Volume 14, Number 2, February 2014, Magna Publishing

"Questions to Ask Before Choosing a Webconferencing Platform," College and University Media Review, The Consortium of College and University Media Centers

Presentations

2013

  • Office of Professional and Instructional Development 2013 Spring Conference
    • Flipping The Classroom: Overview And Discussion On Implementation And Perceptions Of The Model (co-presenter)

2009

  • 25th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning
    • 147 Practical Tips for Synchronous and Blended Technology Teaching and Learning (Co-author discussion)

2008

  • 24th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning
    • Preparing for Teaching or Training via Webconferencing

2005

  • 21st Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning
    • Questions to Ask before Choosing a Webconferencing Platform

Professional Development

  • Quality Matters
    2014. Teaching Online-An Introduction to Online Delivery
  • Quality Matters
    2013. Applying the QM Rubric -  using 2011-2013 Rubric
  • UW Colleges/Extension Leadership Academy
    2006-2008. Class I, UW Colleges and UW-Extension
  • Synchronous Designer Certification
    2006. InSync Training recognized by
    United States Distance Learning Association in partnership with Nova Southeastern University Fischler School of Education and Human Services
  • Design for Learning Certificate
    2005. State Extension Services, North Central Region of the United States
  • Creativity and Invention
    2002. University of Wisconsin-Madison, College of Engineering, Department of Engineering Professional Development