I’ve been teaching computer technology and general electronics for over 25 years. In 2000 I completed an MS in Educational Technology from Walden University, yet never quite put it into practice. I still lecture or facilitate discussion, using markers on a board. I conduct labs, often requiring paper lab reports. But now I want to make changes, to adapt and adopt newer technologies and newer techniques.

More formal CV info:


2001 – present: Electronic Engineering Technology instructor at ECPI University, Virginia Beach, Virginia

1992 – 2001: Electronic Engineering Technology instructor at ITT Technical Institute, Norfolk, Virginia

1971 – 1992: US Navy, technician in the fields of radar, communication, passive sonar, and computer technologies. Instructor to Navy technicians for the final five years. Stationed at such locations as USS Bigelow DD-942 out of Mayport, Florida; Naval Facility Cape Hatteras, Buxton, North Carolina; Commander, Oceanographic Systems Pacific, Honolulu, Hawaii; Readiness Training Facility Dam Neck, Virginia Beach, Virginia; Fleet ASW Training Center, Atlantic, Norfolk, Virginia.


2006: MS Network Architecture and Design, Capella University, online

2000: MS Educational Technology, Walden University, online

1982: BS Liberal Arts, concentration in History, Excelsior College, non-traditional

1970: Diploma, Miami Springs Senior High, Miami Springs, Florida

Extended personal studies and readings:

Biblical studies
Comparative religious thought within Christianity
Science Fiction
James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake
Rex Stout’s Nero Wolfe
Byzantine and early Medieval European history
…and many more…

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