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Alcala West, Coronado 128
Monday thru Friday:
9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Assistant Director for Distance Education, MSGL
Sam K. Chung, Ph.D., is an instructional technology manager and trainer with over 11 years of higher education experience, and has expertise in online learning, virtual teamwork, and organizational leadership. Sam is an experienced instructional designer, trainer, multimedia developer, and project manager, and has earned graduate degrees in education, technology, business administration, and leadership.
Sam has worked at Pomona College, UNLV, and UGA, and is currently serving as the Assistant Director for Distance Education at USD's Master of Science in Global Leadership program. At USD, Sam provides training, advice, and support to MSGL students and faculty, who use online learning and collaboration tools like Blackboard, WebEx, Google Drive, Echo streaming videos, podcasting, mobile learning, and audioconferencing.
In his free time, Sam likes to exercise, watch TV and movies, cook, take recreational classes, and learn more about business, technology, and leadership.
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Ph.D., Leadership Studies, 2013, USD
M.B.A., Marketing and Finance, 2005, UNLV
Master of Internet Technology, 2002, UGA (Terry College of Business)
M.Ed., Instructional Technology, 2001, UGA
B.A., German Studies, 1998, Pomona College
Instructional technology: Blackboard, WebEx, Google Apps, Captivate, mobile learning.
Multimedia: Echo360 video production, podcasting, iMovie, Dreamweaver, Photoshop.
Research: Qualtrics (for survey creation), PASW (for statistical analysis), Atlas.ti (for interview analysis).
UCSD Extension: Foundations of Curriculum Design and Evaluation (Online; 2013 - present).
Advanced Microsoft Excel Trainer and Consultant (Face-to-face; 2013 - present).
USD: Technology for Academic Success (Online; 2012 - present).
English World Language Institute (S. Korea): ESL Teacher (Face-to-face; 1998 - 1999).