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As a programmer for nearly 25 years, Walter Schirmacher brings to Innovative Learning Group his extensive experience in e-learning development, website programming, and mobile delivery.

Computers are Walter’s passion. Since the age of 11, Walter has learned about every new computer system that has come on the market, eventually using that expertise to begin a career in programming.

Walter’s experience with e-learning and web/media development tools includes Adapt Framework, Adobe Animate, After Effects, Audacity, Audition, Articulate Studio and Storyline, Captivate, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, Lectora Publisher, Pro Tools, Photoshop, and Premiere. Moreover, he is an expert programmer, skilled in ASP.Net, C#, PHP, Perl, and VB. 

Walter has served as a programmer and web developer on many projects for a diverse group of clients, leveraging his experience with AJAX, HTML5, XML, CSS, and JavaScript. He has programmed courses for clients in industries such as retail, home improvement, education, banking, and hospital and health care.

Walter has presented on getting started with augmented reality and virtual reality learning solutions at the Chicago eLearning & Technology Showcase and at the West Michigan Association for Talent Development (ATD) Chapter. He also presented on mobile learning at ATD Detroit, and served on a panel discussion and conducted a round table on the topic of gamification at the Michigan Chapter of the International Society for Performance Improvement. Additionally, Walter has been involved in the family-games-in-education industry for more than 20 years, having served on national industry committees. 

Walter is a member of the West Michigan ATD Chapter and is currently serving a one-year term on its board of directors as the co-vice president of technology. 

He holds a bachelor’s degree in education from Concordia University in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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