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DIVYA MADHAVAN 1035 Southern Artery Apt703, Quincy MA 02169 | (617) 283 4864 | rmdivya@bu.

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PROFILE Aspiring Instructional Designer with experience assisting online course design and development teams in higher education and government settings Thorough understanding of theories of instructional design, principles of distance education and adult learning, Kirkpatrick's levels of evaluation, best-practice methodologies of media and technology integration in education, guidelines of user-interface designs, techniques of digital video production, fundamentals of copyright and fair use Familiarity with use of Adobe Creative Suite, Camtasia, Articulate, HTML5, and Blackboard LMS Excellent communication, analytical, organizational and interpersonal skills Effective working independently as well as collaboratively in face-paced environment with rigid timelines Prioritize and execute concurrent tasks, while communicating progress and next steps with supervisors Committed to high-level of professionalism

EDUCATION Master of Education in Educational Media and Technology Boston University, USA Bachelor of Technology in Industrial Biotechnology Anna University, India PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Teaching Assistant, Office of Distance Education, Boston University May 2013 Present Work closely with Instructional Designers and Multimedia Developers to assist in course design, development, quality assurance, and implementation provide input for multimedia selection; create storyboard of visual elements for lectures assist the integration of Web 2.0 tools to enhance teaching and learning processes develop course syllabus, study guides, lectures, and assignments using HTML in Dreamweaver construct learning modules, discussion threads, assignments and assessments on Blackboard LMS assist in the QA of instructional videos, course lectures and LMS instructional elements manage courses on LMS by uploading, organizing, formatting, and updating content perform course revisions and ensure reusability of developed courses provide support for the conversion of Flash-based learning objects to HTML5-based objects and the implementation of objects in the courses document new course development practices Communicate directly with faculty, as needed, to review and modify course content Pay close attention to every detail, ensuring conformity of the work to the University's quality standards Participate in Instructor-Designer meetings and contribute to discussions about needs assessment, pedagogy and course design and development Provided Adobe Connect Live Classroom support for faculty and students of BU summer online courses Performed routine system checks and meeting set-up procedures Monitored many concurrent live class meetings and managed high volume support calls Resolved technical and connectivity glitches and promptly escalated high impact issues Student Intern, Department of Mental Health, Commonwealth of Massachusetts Jun 2013 Aug 2013 Designed and developed components of a self-learning online module using Articulate Storyline for physicians, nurses, mental health workers and staff on person-centered planning, to be used for State's PACE Learning Management System

Sep 2012 May 2014 Aug 2006 May 2010

DIVYA MADHAVAN 1035 Southern Artery Apt703, Quincy MA 02169 | (617) 283 4864 | rmdivya@bu.edu
Developed an online course module to demonstrate the added features and functionality in the upgraded version of States Mental Health Information System Consulted on educational technologies in general and efficient online tools to generate data from training evaluations that were obtained manually

Graduate Assistant, Instructional Materials Center, Boston University May 2013 Aug 2013 Assisted the selection of online tools and technologies for collaborative learning in face-to-face and blended classrooms Developed web-based multimedia course content for faculty, as needed Managed library equipment loans and performed other office functions Student Intern, Instructional Materials Center, Boston University Mar 2013 Aug 2013 Developed a mobile application to assist faculty and staff on various technologies used for instruction Gathered requirements, created storyboard and developed a prototype using Articulate Storyline Managed and worked with a team of students in developing the media components for the application Project Assistant, Department of Science Education, Boston University Dec 2012 Mar 2013 Produced a science video as supplementary instruction for undergraduate-level science education course Prepared a video clip for presentation by BU faculty in the 2013 American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting Employed tools like Camtasia, iMovie, and Adobe Photoshop for editing, timing, sequencing and effects Clinical Assistant, Department of Medical Genetics, KKCT Hospital, India Jan 2010 Mar 2011 Spoke to the parents of the patients under utmost confidential setting, ascertained information for pedigree charting, helped in the compilation of complete medical history Assisted with the genetic counseling sessions of the patient, presented case reports in team meetings and independently handled counseling sessions in the Down Syndrome Clinic Developed supplementary visual aids on Down Syndrome for counseling rural patients on their diagnoses Served as Phone counselor for Teratogen Information service for pregnant women SKILLS LMS: Languages: Tools: Blackboard Learn HTML5, CSS, Javascript, Jquery Articulate Storyline, Camtasia Studio 8, Adobe Photoshop, Hypersnap, iMovie, Inspiration 9, Audacity, ConceptDraw Office 2, Visio, Hyperstudio 5, Microsoft Office, Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe Connect, Web 2.0 tools

AWARDS BU School of Education Continuing Student Merit Scholarship BU School of Education Joan Dee and Boyd Dewey Book Award VOLUNTARY SERVICES President, Youth Red Cross Society of Anna University Aug 2006 Jun 2008 Organized and presided a 10-day Youth Red Cross Camp in collaboration with National Agro Foundation at Chunampet, a village in India. Managed a team of 30 students and conducted health and veterinary camps, tree plantation and first-aid demonstration. Also facilitated a program on personal hygiene for Spring 2013 & Fall 2013 Fall 2013

DIVYA MADHAVAN 1035 Southern Artery Apt703, Quincy MA 02169 | (617) 283 4864 | rmdivya@bu.edu
women and children; interacted with Self Help Group people and carried out other activities that would benefit the residents of Chunampet Campaigned for Road Safety by conducting rallies in a main roads to raise awareness in the public Organized Blood Donation Camps in partnership with Indian Red Cross Society at Anna University Health Centre

LINKS LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/pub/divya-madhavan/49/648/575 Portfolio - http://divyamportfolio.weebly.com/ REFERENCES David B. Whittier Clinical Associate Professor & Director Program in Educational Media & Tech. School of Education Boston University 2, Silber Way, Boston 02215 Phone: 617-353-3519 Cell: 508-277-1296 whittier@bu.edu Eric P. Friedman Associate Director Office of Distance Education Boston University 1010 Commonwealth Avenue 2nd Floor Boston, MA 02215 Phone: 617-358-1977 efried90@bu.edu Brad Kay.Goodman Manager Digital Learning Development Office of Digital Learning Massachusetts Institute of Technology 11 Cambridge Center, NE35-1100FD-A Cambridge, MA 02139 Phone: 617-324-7851 bradkg@mit.edu