Over the past two decades Alvin Trusty has worked in every facet of educational technology. He has taught at both the high school and university levels. He has been a school district and regional administrator, and has represented the state of Ohio as a creator of educational technology professional development.
Alvin’s technical expertise has enabled him to not only effectively deploy and manage technology in schools, but also assist many others in doing the same. He has written more than a dozen technical courses and delivered technical training in hundreds of hands-on workshops.
Director of Technology-Liberty-Benton Local Schools
Director of Educational Technology-The University of Findlay
Educational Technology Professional Development Consultant-Ohio SchoolNet
Technology Manager-Western Ohio Computer Organization
Technology Coordinator-Benjamin Logan Local Schools
Chemistry/Physics Teacher-Upper Scioto Valley Local Schools
Outreach Director-Institute for Chemical Education-University of Arizona
Ohio Association of Technology Professionals in Education-Charter Member
Recent Publications and/or Presentation
Educon 2.5 – Visualizing Data with Fusion Tables
Ohio eTech State Technology Conference 2012 – Take a picture, It will last longer – Visual literary in education.
PowerPoint Live 2009 – Copyright law for those who want to copy right.
Ohio eTech State Technology Conference 2009 – Program Title: How to Create a Great PowerPoint Without Breaking the Law: Take 2.0
Great Seal Network 2009 – Program Title: Web 2.0 and Social Networking in Education