Vita

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Patrick R. Lowenthal

CONTACT INFORMATION

Boise State University
Boise, ID 83725
patricklowenthal@boisestate.edu
twitter: @plowenthal


EDUCATION

Doctor of Philosophy
Education Leadership & Innovation: Focus—Instructional Design and Technology
University of Colorado Denver

Master of Arts
Information and Learning Technologies: Focus: Instructional Design

University of Colorado Denver

Graduate certificate
Designing and Implementing Web-Based Learning Environments

University of Colorado Denver

Master of Arts
Academic Study of Religion

University of Colorado Boulder

Bachelor of Arts
Religious Studies & Philosophy

Georgia State University


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2013-present Assistant Professor
Educational Technology
Boise State University
2011-2013 Instructional Designer
Educational Technology
Boise State University
2008-present Academic Technology Coordinator
CU Online, Academic Technology and Extended Learning
University of Colorado Denver
2008-2011 Instructor, Information and Learning Technologies
School of Education
University of Colorado at Denver
2008-2008 Affiliate Faculty, Instructional Technology & Adult Learning
School of Education and Counseling
Regis University
2004-2008 Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology
M.Ed., Instructional Technology Program Coordinator
Coordinator of Online Learning
School of Education and Counseling
Regis University
2005-2005 Instructor, Information and Learning Technologies
School of Education
University of Colorado at Denver
2003-2004 Associate Director of Teacher Education
School for Professional Studies
Regis University
2003-2004 Affiliate Faculty, Teacher Education
School for Professional Studies
Regis University
2002-2003 Assistant Director of Teacher Education
School for Professional Studies
Regis University
1999-2002 Manager of Operations and Training & Development
Cinzzetti’s

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
2015

2014

2013

  • Dunlap, J. C., & Lowenthal, P. R. (2013). What was your best learning experience? Our story about using stories to solve instructional problems. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 25(2), 269-274.
  • Lowenthal, P. R., Wray, M., Bates, B., Switzer, T., & Stevens, E. (2013). Examining faculty motivation to participate in faculty development. International Journal of University Teaching and Faculty Development, 3(3), 149-164.

2012

 2011

2010

2009

2008


TEACHING

Boise State University
EDTECH 502: Internet for Educators
EDTECH 506: Instructional Message Design / Graphics for Learning
EDTECH 512: Online Course Design
EDTECH 601: Doctoral Studies Orientation

University of Colorado Denver
IT 5650: Designs for Online Learning
IT 5660: Designing and Teaching in eLearning Environments
IT 5670: Developing eLearning Instruction

Regis University
EDFD 401: Technology for Educators
EDFD 405: Perspectives in Education
EDTC 602: Instructional Design
EDTC 609: Introduction to Instructional Technology
EDTC 612: Evaluation of Educational Software
EDTC 613: Teaching and Learning Using the Internet
EDTC 614: Integrating Technology into Curriculum
EDTC 615: Performance Improvement
EDTC 616: Designing and Developing Web-based Learning Environments
EDFD 643: Research Project
EDAL 633: Program Planning for Adult Education

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