The driving force behind Marshall's 20 years of technical experience is researching and implementing the latest learning technologies that can have a positive impact on the people within the public and not-for-profit sector. Marshall has been fortunate to have a leading role in building state-of-the-art distance learning solutions for the National Child Welfare Workforce Institute and the National Association of Regulatory Administrators. He also works with the Maine Department of Health and Human Services developing online policy and strategic topics training. Organizationally for the past 10 years, he has been leading the e-Learning Group in the design and development of continuing professional education programs for health and human services professionals in Maine and across the nation.
Areas of Expertise
Systems expertise in identifying project needs and organizational impacts; anticipating trends; analyzing research in other states to identify technology solutions. Also facilitates and provides leadership in the design and implementation of technology projects.
Technical expertise with implementing enterprise level Learning Management Systems, Content Management Systems and Web Portals. Specific Skills in web design, video production and video editing.
MA, Public Policy and Management, 1991 Muskie School of Public Service
BA, Political Science, 1986 State University of New York, College at Oneonta
Presentations in the Field:
- National Staff Development and Training Association, Honey, I shrunk the E-learning Budget, Savannah, Ga, September, 2017
- Social Work and E-learning Conference, Keep the Social in Social Work Distance Education, San Antonio, Tx, April, 2017
- Alliance Senior Leadership Conference, Leadership Training Using a Blended Model, Clearwater, FL. March 2017
- National Staff Development and Training Association, Fast and the Furious: Elearning and Social Media in Your Organization, Denver, CO, October, 2015
- National Staff Development and Training Association, Elearning for the Child Welfare Workforce, Boston, MA, October, 2011