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John Ittelson

John Ittelson

Contributions

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Associations

  • AMP Accesss Monterey Pininsula
    member of the Board 01/1996 – Current
  • EDUCAUSE
    none 01/1995 – Current
  • New Media Centers Consortium
    Campus Director 01/1996 – 01/2010

Education History

  • Ph.D (12/1978)
    Northwestern University
  • M.A. Instructional Television (08/1976)
    Northwestern University
  • B.S. Radio Television Film (06/1971)
    Northwestern University

Publications

  • Ittelson, John C. and Lorenzo, George. (2007). An Overview of Institutional E-Portfolios in EDUCAUSE ELI Learning Initiative. (electronic).
  • Ittelson, John C. and Lorenzo, George. (2005). An Overview of E-Portfolios in EDUCAUSE ELI Learning Initiative. (electronic).
  • Lorenzo, George and Ittelson, John. (2005). Assessing Student Learning with E-Portfolios in ELI Paper 3.

Teaching Experience

  • MIST (Winter 2006)
    • CSUMB – Research courses
    • This is the Masters in IT Program that I have helped establish.
  • Capstone Two Semester Sequence (Fall 2001)
    • CSUMB – IT
    • This is the final sequence for seniors graduating with a major in ICST.
  • Instructional Technology and Interactive Multimedia (Fall 1999)
    • CSUMB – IT

Honors & Awards

  • Apple Distinguished Educator (01/2004)
    From 2004 to current.
  • Bautzer University Faculty Advancement Award (01/2003)
    One of 25 CSU Faculty Members recognized for outstanding service.
  • National Learning Infrastructure Initiative (NLII) Fellow (01/2001)
    Chosen by EDUCAUSE. As an EDUCAUSE fellow, researched the development of electronic portfolios.

Presentations

Positions

  • Director Instructional Technologies (02/2008 – Current) K-20 California Education Technology Collaborative
  • Professor, Emeritus (02/2008 – Current) CSU Monterey Bay
  • Professor (08/1995 – 01/2008) California State University Monterey Bay