Mark Chrisman is an Instructional Designer for the Amazon Web Services team.
He is passionate about eLearning, social media and mobile technology with experience in developing learning programs for other organizations such as T-Mobile USA, Seattle Children’s Hospital, the International Center for Limb Lengthening and Swedish Hospital.
In 2009 Mark was a Research Fellow for the Society for New Communications Research which focused on social media research. Among other accomplishments, Mark has presented at five national conferences for the eLearning Guild and ASTD and has published articles for the Adobe Development Center and Training Magazine.
His work has also been published in two books: “Principles of Deformity Correction” - graphic design for a medical text book in 2002, which covers the analysis, planning, and treatment of lower limb deformities and “Designing mLearning” - a T-Mobile case study on mobile learning and user-generated content.
Mark holds a B.S. degree in Mass Communications and Fine Art from Towson University, Baltimore, Maryland and a Multimedia Certificate from the University of Washington.
He enjoys biking, playing guitar, programming drum beats and playing with his two sons, Lennon and Winter.
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