Matt Kurtin, Innovative Learning Group’s lead programmer and learning technology consultant, is passionate about the technology side of online and web-enabled learning. When he’s not programming client projects, he’s researching the latest development and issues in digital delivery. Additionally, Matt is leading ILG’s mobile learning strategy and delivery efforts, and has developed numerous mobile applications and courses.
Matt has extensive experience supporting translation of custom e-learning courses and has worked on courses delivered in more than 20 languages. He also has developed courses deployed to numerous SCORM/AICC compliant learning management systems and many proprietary management systems.
Throughout his career, Matt has volunteered for local chapters of the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) and Adobe User Groups. He has presented various technology topics within these local and national chapters and conducted web seminars and other technology-related presentations for The eLearning Guild and Brandon Hall. Matt also has presented on mobile learning at the Greater Detroit and Greater Cincinnati Chapters of the American Society for Training & Development and has served on a panel discussion for the Michigan Chapter of ISPI on the topic of e-learning development.
Matt’s presentations have been well-received and participants have commented, “Matt designs just the right amount of content for the time allotted, keeps everyone engaged, and delivers the session objectives with excellence.”
In 2011, Matt served as a senior judge for the Brandon Hall Excellence in Technology Awards program. Additionally, he was a judge for four years, and in 2010 a senior judge, for the Brandon Hall Excellence in Learning Awards program. He also is a member of The eLearning Guild.
Matt has a bachelor’s and master’s degree in electrical engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
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