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Liesl Boswell, M.Ed. in Learning Design & Technology, is an Instructional Designer focused on learner experience, weaving equity, Inclusive Design for learning, accessibility, and incorporating technology in the classroom in meaningful ways.
Her leadership as an Instructional Designer Accessibility Specialist for the Accessibility Center, (a grant-funded California Community College Chancellor’s Office project) located at the CCC Technology Center at Butte College, supported professional development in weaving instructional design and accessibility compliance statewide.
BS, Cellular & Molecular Biology; Minor in Chemistry, San Francisco State University
MA, Education (Educational Technology), San Diego State University
I interned at San Francisco’s California Academy Museum as a carcinologist. I published a paper defining seven new taxon of barnacle species. This genus was first defined by Charles Darwin, an evolutionary biologist.
Affiliations and Publications
Van Syoc, R.J., Carrison-Stone, D., Madrona, L., & Williams, G.C. 2014. Barnacle symbionts of gorgonian sea fans: Description of Seven New Species (Archaeobalanidae:Cirripedia) from the Philippines, Including a Key to Western Pacific Species of Conopea, p. 171–211. In: Williams, Gary C., & Terrence M. Gosliner, eds. 2014. The Coral Triangle: The 2011 Hearst Philippine Biodiversity Expedition. California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California, 94118, USA. ISBN 0940228750Reference page.
Instructional Technology Services
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