Louis Carlo is an Instructional Technologist and Multimedia Designer specializing in the theory and practice of e-learning. After receiving a Master's of Science degree at the University of Wisconsin -- Madison, Louis began working in education at the University of Arizona. Over the course of more than 10 years he has gained valuable experience in the emerging field of electronic learning. In 2008, Louis received a Web Developer Certificate from the University of Arizona Outreach college. He is currently a memeber of the Quality Matters Program which sets national standards for online course design and guides peer reviews.
Louis's recent accomplishments include designing and deploying e-learning interactive courses and modules. These competency based courses are produced in association with curriculum designers, content authors, subject matter experts, evaluators, and the MEZCOPH Information Technology team. Louis applies his e-learning specific skills at the Mountain West Preparedness and Emergency Response Learning Center which focuses on emergency preparedness education for public health professionals in the mountain west region of the United States which includes: Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Montana. This work is supported by the Centers for Disease Control and is centered at the UA MEZCOPH Division of Community, Environment and Policy in Tucson.