Donald George Perrin Ph.D.
1873 Calle Borrego, Thousand Oaks CA 91360
Donald G. Perrin has a Ph.D. in Communications and Instructional Technology from University of Southern California. In 1988-97, he founded and directed the Alquist Center for Innovative Learning at San Jose State University (SJSU) to train and collaborate with faculty to develop interactive multimedia and web-based learning. He assisted SJSU’s Television Education Network to develop distance learning courses for industry. He taught graduate courses in the Instructional Technology Department, College of Education for instructional designers and industries in the Silicon Valley. Courses included Research and Theory, Advanced Instructional Design, and Multimedia Production. He taught Futures of Education via ITFS television.
Hewlett Packard and Lockheed California Corporation employed Dr. Perrin to develop global training programs. He also developed curriculum and satellite teleconferences for the State of California, and collaborated with the Ohana Foundation to pioneer integrated web-DVD standards-based curriculum for K-12. Throughout his career as professor and trainer-of-teachers, he developed and taught distance education programs via television and interactive multimedia. Since 2001 he has taught online business courses for the University of Maryland University College.
He edited the refereed USDLA Journal and Ed at a Distance from 1995-2003. In 2004 he was founder and executive editor of the refereed International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning.
Academia and industry recognize Dr. Perrin for his interdisciplinary skills and productivity in research, needs assessment, curriculum development, proposal writing, publication, media production, dissemination, teaching, evaluation, and quality assurance for distance and flexible learning.
2001 Web Tycho Instructor Certification, University of Maryland University College
1995 Certificate in Total Quality Management, San Jose State University.
1982 California State Colleges Administrator Credential.
Doctor of Philosophy, University of Southern California.
1962 Master of Arts, University of Southern California
1960 Bachelor of Arts Magna Cum Laude, University of
1952-54 68 Units toward Bachelor of
Science Degree, University of Melbourne, Australia.
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