Heather Stockton is a vivacious individual who works to apply her skills as a fine artist, especially those related to organization, analysis, critical thinking, and problem solving, to everyday situations at home and in the workplace, and is highly motivated by seeing the results of her hard work.

Experience

  • Graphic Designer

    at Maverick Group

    February 2016 - April 2016

    Montana

    Responsible for creating graphic designs for print, web, and video applications based on client request and specifications. Required programs: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, After Effects, Premiere, iDVD.

  • Instructional Registrar

    at EdReady Montana

    May 2015 - February 2016

    Montana

    Responsibilities included: creating and providing professional development to school and faculty in both in-person and virtual environments, creating and maintaining school, facilitator, and student accounts in associated software, creating and developing math goals for student use, managing the online help ticket support system, and troubleshoot and propose solutions with required software (Genius SIS, and EdReady). Proficiencies required in associated softwares: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Banner, Genius SIS, WordPress content management system, EdReady.

  • Student Academic Advisor

    at School of Media Arts, The University of Montana

    September 2014 - May 2015

    Montana

    Approximate Number of Advisees: 250 Majors, 50 Minors Responsible for meeting with students one-on-one to help identify and meet their needs and goals in relation to departmental and university level academic requirements. Required proficiencies in associated softwares: Banner, Moodle LMS, Cyberbear, Academic Planner, Microsoft Office Suite, Wordpress content management system; departmental and university level admission and graduation processes, policies, and curriculum; departmental and university level course catalogue specifics, current and archived. Demands creation, management, and maintenance of systems for scheduling meetings with all advisees; Moodle shell interface for MART advising; archiving of student information; data assessment and reporting on individual student progress and departmental course trends and enrollment needs; participation in faculty meetings.

  • Adjunct Instructor

    at The University of Montana

    August 2014 - May 2015

    Montana

    Responsible for: development and administration of course curriculum in in- person, blended, and online formats, evaluation of student performance, development and utilization of online course shell in Moodle LMS, attendance and participation in regularly scheduled faculty meetings. Associated Courses: C&I 195 Exploration of Online Learning EDU 370 Integrating Technology in Education

  • Graduate Teaching Assistant

    at The University of Montana

    August 2011 - May 2014

    Montana

    Responsibilities included: development of course curriculum; administration of course curriculum in in-person, blended, and online formats; evaluation of student performance; development and utilization of online course shell in Moodle LMS. Associated Courses: MART111A, Integrated Digital Media MART255, Introduction to Photoshop MART220 Fundamentals of Still Image Design

  • Graphic Designer, Course Developer, and Studio Manager

    at Innovation Studio, UMOnline, The University of Montana

    December 2012 - December 2013

    Montana

    Specialized research included accessibility in online education materials. Graphic design and course developer responsibilities included: UX/UI design research; research, development, and creation of accessible Moodle course shells specific to individual instructors’ course needs; evaluation of accessibility and tech issues, provide technical assistance as to UMT faculty with the university LMS Moodle; collaboration with studio members and instructional designers to create and present workshops to UMT faculty. Studio manager position included above-mentioned responsibilities in addition to: development and maintenance system for managing incoming and existing studio projects and their distribution among employees; working as liaison between studio staff and instructional designer staff; training and general management of studio staff members including scheduling, number of assigned projects, associated workloads and deadlines, and weekly progress report to upper-management.

Education

  • Master of Fine Arts, Media Arts

    at The University of Montana

    2011 - 2014 (3 years) Montana

  • Licensed K-12 Fine Art Teacher

    at The University of Montana

    2011 - 2014 (3 years) Montana

  • Bachelor of Arts, Fine Art

    at The University of Montana

    2001 - 2005 (4 years) Montana

Languages

  • English Native

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