Digital Mentorship Competency

Concurrent Session 7

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Brief Abstract

Digital Mentorship Competency (DMC) defined as screencast assessment (guidance, feedback & grading) will change the landscape of primary, secondary, higher education and professional development/training and serve as a disrupter innovation in the field of education.


Martin Mehl, a native German, is a Senior Lecturer in the Communication Studies Department at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. He was the inaugural recipient of the 'Outstanding Educator in General Education Award,' and the founding member of CSU's Podcasting Pilot. He serves as a consultant for the Consortium to Promote Reflection in Engineering Education (CPREE) and on Cal Poly Academic Senate's Exceptional Student Service Committee (ESSC.) He draws from 20 years of consulting, management & research experience for non-profit, academic and business clients incl. Harvard Medical School, MIT, Emerson College, Sydney University, Iowa State University of Science & Technology, Apple, Bose, Audi/Volkswagen, Adobe, Eli Lily and Lionbridge. He is the co-author of the Digital Mentorship Competency Series:
Dr. Luanne Fose is the Lead Instructional Designer for the Center for Teaching, Learning & Technology at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, CA. In her position, she conducts faculty technological / pedagogical workshops and assists faculty in developing flipped, hybrid, and online courses. Luanne is an Apple aficionado with expertise in Macintosh computers, iPads, iPhones, and iPods as well as their respective software/apps. As a former music professor, she has a passion for audio and video creation as it relates to teaching. Luanne holds a Doctor of Philosophy in music theory / musicology from the University of North Texas.