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Business, Computing & Social Science
901 S. Media Line Road
Media, PA 19063
Room Number: 3313
My name is Ann-Marie Smith. I am one of five full-time faculty members who teach Computing Science courses at Delaware County Community College (DCCC). I accepted the teaching position in the summer of 1999 because I found it is what I enjoy doing most. My job is incredibly rewarding, and I thoroughly enjoy the teaching and learning experience. The courses I teach most often include Multimedia Graphics and Design (IMM 110), Web Page Design & Development (IMM 120), Audio and Video for Multimedia (IMM 201), and Portfolio Development (DPR 250). Prior to the full-time teaching position, I served as the College's Instructional Technology Specialist. In this position, I assisted faculty with integrating technology into their curriculum. In addition, I was one of two "web developers" at the College who designed and developed DCCC's original website. I received a BA in Communications and History from Muhlenberg College in 1992. I received a MS in Instructional Technology from Philadelphia University in 1996. I completed three courses at Widener University in the Doctoral Program in Higher Education. I am currently enrolled in Wilmington University's doctoral program that focuses on leadership and innovation in higher education.
- M.S., Instructional Technology, Philadelphia University
- B.A., Communications and History, Muhlenberg College