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ELIZABETH PERRIN Ph.D.

1873 Calle Borrego, Thousand Oaks CA 91360
Ph: 805 375-3444 Cell: 805 746-2000
eperrin@pacbell.net 

Professional Experience
Education
Consultancies
Conference Presentations
Publications
Honors and Awards
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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2004-present. Senior Editor, International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning.
A monthly refereed publication. Thousand Oaks CA

2001-present Chief Education Officer, DonEl Learning, Inc. Thousand Oaks CA.

2002-2005:  Realtor/Broker/Manager, Coldwell Banker Franchise, Newbury Road,Newbury Park, CA 91340.

1999-2001.  Director of Research & Curriculum, Ohana Foundation, Honolulu, for ESL and EFL programs
using interactive DVD and online technologies.

1997-1999.  Director, Center for Distance Learning, California State University, Los Angeles and
Adjunct Professor, Charter Graduate School of Education
.
Responsible for the development of regional, national and international Distance Learning Programs via interactive instructional technologies for academic and professional areas within the University. Under heer direction, CSULA i
nitiated 6 courses in English as a Second Language delivered via cable and by videotape for state and overseas markets (Pacific Rim including South America and China); expanded Fire Science Administration Program nationwide via CODEC, videotape and Internet; and  doubled its program capacity and tripled the number of  programs offered.

1995-2003. Publications Editor,United States Distance Learning Association.
USDLA Journal (Education at a Distance Magazine & Journal), the official refereed publication of the

1992-1997.  Director, Business and Industry Division, Television Education Network, San Jose State University and
Adjunct Professor, Instructional Technology Program, College of Education.
Dr. Perrin c
oordinated with the College of Business to develop certificate programs in ISO 9000, Total Quality Management, and Quality Design and Manufacturing. Established a distance learning network in which over 200 Silicon Valley companies participated and more than 35 companies became receive sites for these programs taught by selected practitioners from industry. There were over 6000 registrations between September 1992 and August 1997 including registrations from Africa, Poland, Russia and South America.

1981-1992.  Director of the Instructional Television Network, California State University, Northridge.
Conducted needs assessment, feasibility study. Designed and constructed the multimedia interactive system.
This four-channel network serves industry and education at 35 remote sites, interconnects with Los Angeles Basin ITFS school and industry networks and cable companies, and originates and receives satellite teleconferences. It is a fully self-supporting operation. Dr. Perrin negotiated major contracts with military bases (Edwards AFB and US Navy, Point Mugu) major corporations (Hughes Aircraft, Litton Industries, and Northrop), and the Los Angeles City Schools. Principal liaison for CSUN with the California Technology Project.

Los Angeles City Schools, Adult Education. Telecourse producer and director
180 half-hour "Escuela Inglesa" programs teaching English as a Second Language.
Director of ESL Instruction at International House and Master Teacher at Breed Street School, East Los Angeles.

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EDUCATION

Doctorate in Instructional Technology, University of Southern California (1976)

M.A. in Philosophy from Columbia University

Certificate of Merit in Metaphysics from Oxford University

B.S. in Chemistry from Barnard College.

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CONSULTANCIES

Advanstar Communications, American Association of Junior Colleges, Applied Business telecommunications, the California State University System, Educational Media Branch, U.S. Office of Education, Iowa State University, LiveWorks, Ngee Aim Polytechnic University, Singapore, ICUS, Singapore, Ohana Foundation, Honolulu, and the United States Distance Learning Association. Dr. Perrin initiated academic and professional development Distance Learning programs and designed interactive instructional systems for universities in California, nationally and abroad.

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RECENT CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Adobe Connect presentation to TAFE NSW - New paradigms for Teaching and Learning TAFE Woolongong NSW 2009
Web conference 2/24/09 directed by Steven Parker

Moving to the Next Generation of e-Learning, Session Coordinator and Chair,
e-Learning Conference & Expo, Washington D.C., 2001.

Integration of e-Learning Technologies, Round Table Moderator,
e-Learning Conference & Expo, Washington D.C., 2001.

Copyright for Interactive Learning, IDLCON, Washington D.C., April 1999.

Testimony for Congressional Committee on Digital Millennium Copyright Act, UCLA, February 1999.

Community College Distance Learning Programs. International Distance Learning Conference (IDLCON), Washington D.C. 1998.

Fire Dragons of the Future: In Praise of the Learner, TELCON XVIII, Anaheim CA, October 1998.

Funding for Distance Learning (Panelist), TELCON XVIII, Anaheim CA, October 1998.

The Jury is In but the Courtroom is Empty, Ogden UT, Oct. 1998.

ATM: Key to Enhancing Distance Learning for the Next Century. International Distance Learning Conference (IDLCON), Washington D.C. March 1997.

New Opportunities for Distance Learning. TELCON XVII, Anaheim CA, November 1997.

Learning at a Distance. TELCON XVI, Anaheim CA, November 1996.

University of the Future, Public Lecture, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore, 1996.

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PUBLISHED WORKS

2001
Legislative Sidebar: ITFS Frequencies, Education at a Distance Magazine & Journal Online, Vol. 15, #4.

Editorís Podium, Education at a Distance Magazine & Journal Online, Vol. 15,

#7 July 2001.  Learning Communities

#6 June 2001**  The Changing Image of Educationís Priorities

#4 April 2001**  A Wise Man Sleeps Best with One Eye Open

#3 March 2001.  Education is everybody's business

#2 February 2001.  Intellectual Property and Copyright Issues

                     ** (w/ Donald G. Perrin)

2000
Chronology of Innovations, Education at a Distance Magazine & Journal Online, Vol. 14, #4.

Editorís Podium, Education at a Distance Magazine & Journal Online, Vol. 14.

1999
Meta Analysis: EFL/ESL Methodologies and programs, September 1999. Ohana Foundation.

The Academic Establishment and Electronic-Based Teaching: Accountability and Quality; Access and Equity; Myth and Reality, Education at a Distance, Vol. 13, #4.

Virtual Universities, Colleges and Schools, Education at a Distance Magazine & Journal Online, Vol. 13, #3.

The Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998, META ANALYSIS, Education at a Distance Magazine & Journal Online, Vol. 13, #2.

Editorís Podium, Education at a Distance Magazine & Journal Online, Vol. 13.

1998
Technology Report, Chancellorís Office, California State University System, California State University, Los Angeles, 1998.

Editorís Podium, Education at a Distance Magazine & Journal Online, Vol. 12.

1997
Technology Report, Chancellorís Office, California State University System, California State University, Los Angeles, 1997. 6-courses in English as a Second Language (cable and videotape) for state and overseas markets (Pacific Rim including South America and China) - Director.

1996
The Internet Sampler, Ed at a Distance, Vol. 10 #7.

The Singapore Connection: The Silicon Valley Sidebar, Ed at a Distance Magazine, Vol. 10 #11 (with Donald G. Perrin).

1995
The Internet Sampler: Subject Matter Experts and the Net, Education at a Distance Journal, Vol. 9 #7.

The Virtual University and Other Life Forms, Ed at a Distance, Vol. 9 #3.

International Distance Education, Ed Journal, Vol. 9 #1 (with Donald G. Perrin

Selected earlier publications Ö

Planning Report: Five Year Plan for Instructional Television Network, California State University, 1985-89.

Annual Reports 1983-1987: Annual Report of the Instructional Television Network, California State University.

Consultant Study: Feasibility of Development and Implementation of Instructional Television Fixed Service Broadcast System at California State University, Northridge, 1982.

Doctoral Dissertation: The Effect of Screen Size, Compressed Sound, and Sex on Cognitive Learning in Intermediate Level Science, 1976.

"Escuela Inglesa." 180 half-hour programs teaching English as a Second Language, Los Angeles City Schools Ė Adult Education and KMEX.

Slide-Tape Production: Our Land 8 Minutes, University of Southern California.

Multi-Media Production: Dignity 16 Minutes, University of Southern California.

Instructional Package: Systems and Learning Technologies, 300 Minutes, American Association of Junior Colleges.

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HONORS AND AWARDS

Promoted 35 San Jose State University Ė College of Business partnerships with Silicon Valley Companies for the Technology Education Network.

Producer and Director, National Interactive Satellite Program, Western Summit III, Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development, 1994

In excess of $4,000,00 in grants and contracts for California State University, Northridge.

Gettysburg Award: University of Southern California for Multi-Media Production of Dignity

Freedom Foundation Award and Washington Medal: Freedom Foundation for Multi-Media Production of Beacon to Mankind.

Scholarship: Oxford University. Special studies with Drs. Greene and Ayre.

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