Digital Mentorship Literacy Webinar

January 18, 2017 | 12:00pm EST

We are fusing communication competence and convenience to guide optimal performance, critical thinking and leadership refinement in 21st century learners & mentors.

This webinar shares pedagogical methodology, instructional design and digital convergence screencasting technology to train the workforce, scholars and performers of tomorrow.

Identifying the need and capacity to capture the learning process and asynchronous knowledge transfer, this webinar doesn’t just answer “how,” but “why” digital mentorship will revolutionize the academic, professional and competitive arena. Picture Bach, Einstein, Muhammad Ali, Marie Curie, Shakespeare or Socrates coaching you one-on-one while you experience their thoughts, feedback and constructive criticism preserved for posterity in a multimedia format, ready to be accessed anytime, anywhere.

Speaker Bio
MartinMehl_circle Martin Mehl, a native German, is a Sr. Lecturer in the Communication Studies Department at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo and an Iowa State University and Emerson College alumnus. He draws from 20 years of broadcasting, consulting, management, pedagogy & research experience for academic, business and non-profit environments. Clients have included: Adobe, Apple, Audi, Bose, Center for Ethics in Political & Health Communication, Eli Lily, Emerson College, Harvard Medical School, Iowa State University, Lionbridge, MIT, MGH, the University of Sydney and the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research. He is also the proud father of 9-year-old twin boys.
LuanneFose_circle Luanne Fose is the Lead Instructional Designer for the Center for Teaching, Learning & Technology at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo. She holds a Doctor of Philosophy in music theory, musicology, and music technology from the University of North Texas. In her current position at Cal Poly, she conducts faculty workshops and consultations for the development of flipped, hybrid, and online courses. As a former music professor, she has an innate passion and artistry for audio and video production as a means of integrating Universal Design for Learning with the craft of teaching.