Riad Twal, Ed.S.
Mr. Twal is an Instructional Designer for the TLTC with interests in multimedia and social media.
Riad Twal is an Instructional Designer with the Teaching, Learning and Technology Center at Seton Hall University. Primary focus is the support of faculty members in the design, integration and assessment of technology resources for courses and programs. Currently, Riad also teaches as an Adjunct Professor in the Healthcare Administration program with the Department of Political Science and Public Affairs at Seton Hall.
Prior to joining Seton Hall University, Riad worked as an employee educator for a regional hospital in Washington State. Riad has also taught at the college level as an associate instructor at Indiana University while completing his graduate work.
- EdS, Instructional Systems Technology, Indiana University
- MS, Instructional Systems Technology, Indiana University
- MA, Media and Educational Technology, Fairfield University
- The Next Generation of Mobile Computing Arrives at Seton Hall
Educause Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference, Baltimore, MD,
- Different Paths, Same Goal: How Four Schools Introduced Tablets on Campus
Educause North East Regional Computing Program Annual Conference, Providence, R.I.,
- Transforming a Contemporary Health Event into a Case Study
16th Annual TCC Worldwide Online Conference April 12-14, 2011,
- Incident and Disaster Management Training: Collaborative Learning Opportunities Using Virtual World Scenarios (Book Chapter)
In E. Asimakopoulou & N. Bessis (Eds.) "Advanced ICTs for Disaster Management and Threat Detection: Collaborative and Distributed Frameworks," Hershey, PA: IGI Global,
- Ideas and Trends Initiative: Enabling Leaders to Identify and Understand the Impact of Emerging Ideas and Trends
Presented at the EDUCAUSE Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference, Baltimore, MD,
- Preparing the Adult Learner for Virtual World Simulations: Best Practices with Online Graduate Students Using a Second Life Scenario
14th Annual TCC Worldwide Online Conference,
- Preparing graduate students for virtual world simulations: Exploring the potential of an emerging technology
- Expanding CERC Beyond Public Health: Sharing Best Practices with Healthcare Managers via Virtual Learning
Presented at the Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication for Pandemic Influenza Webinar,