Crandall, Kodey
Title:
Lecturer - Information Systems
Office:
CS 425G
Phone:
(801) 863-7573
Last Updated: 9/27/16 -

Education

M.S., Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences (2012) UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY-Logan UT

B.S., Business Management (2009) UTAH VALLEY UNIVERSITY-Orem UT

 

Professional Certifications or Licenses

Microsoft Office Excel Specialist (2014)

Microsoft Office Word Specialist (2010)

Microsoft Office PowerPoint Specialist (2010)

Microsoft Office Access Specialist (2010)

IC3 Internet Proficiency (2010)

 

Work Experience

Lecturer, Utah Valley University (2013 – present)

Adjunct Faculty, Utah Valley University (2010 – 2013)

Data Distribution Specialist C# Programmer, DHI Computer Services Inc. (2005-2010)

 

Courses Taught

            Basic Computer Applications - IM 1010

            Business Computer Proficiency - IM 2010

            Spreadsheet Applications - IM 2600

            E-Commerce Techniques for Small Business - INFO 1000

            Information Systems and Technology Fundamentals - INFO 1120

            Computer Programming I for IS/IT - INFO 1200

 

Publications or Presentations

Crandall, K. S. (2015, June). Build mobile applications with no coding background. School Counseling/Alternative and Adult Education/Prevention conference. Lecture conducted from Wasatch High School in Heber, UT.

Crandall, K. S. (2015, June). Build educational mobile applications with no coding background. Business and Marketing Summer Conference. Lecture conducted from Corner Canyon High School in Draper, UT.

Crandall, K. S. (2015, March). Strategies for analyzing, designing, and implementing effective websites. National Business Education Association (NBEA) Workshop. Lecture conducted in Chicago, IL.

Crandall, K. S. (2015, March). Excel pivot tables, data analysis, and more. National Business Education Association (NBEA) Workshop. Lecture conducted in Chicago, IL.

Crandall, K. S. (2015, February). Build educational mobile apps with no coding background. Utah Association of Career and Technical Education (UACTE). Lecture conducted from Corner Canyon High School in Draper, UT.

Crandall, K. S. & Crandall, K. (2014, November). How to introduce students to CTE Pathways: The Pathways Project. Utah School Counselors Association (USCA). Lecture conducted from Dixie State University in Saint George, UT.

Crandall, K. S. & Crandall, K. (2014, June). How to introduce students to CTE Pathways: The Pathways Project. Utah State Office of Education (USOE) Summer Conference. Lecture conducted from Wasatch High School in Heber, UT.

 

Awards and Honors

UBEA - Distinguished CTE Post-Secondary Teacher of the Year (2014 - 2015)

Utah Valley University - Digital Media Adjunct Faculty of the Year (2010 – 2011)

 

Service Contributions

Humanitarian Aid Volunteer, Saving Smiles in Nicaragua - Managua, Nicaragua (2006) Coach,

Mapleton City Youth Sports - Mapleton, UT (2013 – 2014)

Service Mission, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - Hawaii (2003-2005)

Professional Memberships

National Business Education Association

Phi Beta Lambda

Distributive Education Clubs of America

 

Other

Web developer / Instructional designer - CTESurveys.com

Mobile application development for IOS (Wordopolis)

Other Skills - HTML, CSS, bootstrap, ASP.NET, MVC, C#, Photoshop, mobile application development, Adobe Flash, Articulate, Windows Movie Maker, iMovie

Fluent in the Marshallese language and culture