Art Sederquist

Learning Technologist  |  Organizational Training Specialist
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Art grew up in Maryland working in Web applications and site design projects before moving to the Bay Area to be at the center of the Web industry.  In San Francisco, Art helped develop an e-learning system and compliance training business over the course of eight years.

The e-learning system delivered customized courseware while providing learning management, training communications, and custom courseware development capabilities, for clients such as University of California, Cal State,
USC, Univ. of Illinois, Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos National Laboratories, Human Rights Watch, American Cancer Society, Visa, USGA, Clorox, and many others.

The system delivered courseware globally to 1-million-plus employees, management, and executives from industries of finance, science and medicine, not-for-profit, education, local, state, and federal government. 

Art's responsibility was to ensure the proper operation, productive development cycle, and system reliability for legal corporate compliance training in matters of organizational diversity, ethics, safety, security, conduct, harassment and violence prevention.  

In 2010, Art enrolled in the Digital Media Learning graduate program at the University of San Francisco to study theory and emerging practices of digital media-enhanced education.  Believing there a better way for using digital media in learning, whether for adults in work settings or traditional students in the classroom, Art is intent in finding it.

In an organizational development capacity, beginning March 2012, Art joined the ranks of the California Public Utilities Commission serving as a training specialist where he works with his training team researching, developing, designing, and delivering 
Web-based and in-person training.
International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), Sec. 508 Accessibility Professionals, eLearning Professionals

Organizational development, knowledge management, accessibility in technology (508, IITAA, WCAG 2.0), digital media-enhanced project-based learning, Web 2.0 and instructional technologies, systems-integration, programming, design.

Streams of eConsciousness

MA Digital Media and Learning, USF 2012
BBA Management, Golden Gate University
International Studies, Towson University