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About Martha Steinacker
Martha Steinacker provides instructional design and delivery of online or face-to-face training in the University Technology Office at ASU.
Prior to joining ASU, Martha held a variety of positions in corporate and educational environments as an instructional designer integrating technology into the learning experience. Some of those experiences included curriculum management at Anthem College Online, instructional designer at KnowledgeNet for Cisco online training, instructional design and consulting services for faculty at Thunderbird Graduate School of International Management, and broadcast design for interactive teaching with Simon and Schuster. She is also a faculty associate in Mary Lou Fulton Teacher’s College.
Martha received her M.Ed. in Adult Education and Educational Technology from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. Post graduate studies include an A.A. in graphic design from Collins College, development of online instruction at the University of California, Berkeley, and Experiential Media Methodologies and Theories at ASU.