Director, Language Learning Resource Center Vancouver
Doug Winther began work at WSU-Pullman in 1992 with International Programs and the Intensive American Language Center (IALC) where he worked as an ESL writing instructor and as the IALC language lab director. In 1996 he moved to the Student Advising and Learning Center (SALC) where he worked as the Learning Systems Coordinator and systems administrator. While with the SALC he played an active role in the initial development of the Freshman Seminars Program and in the early development of WSU's on-line learning systems. In 1998, Doug took over direction of the Language Learning Resource Center (LLRC) in the Department of Foreign Languages and Cultures where he continues to manage operations and work with each language section to determine their lab-related instructional needs and to prepare and deliver materials in support of these instructional programs. He also occasionally teaches upper division and graduate courses in language learning pedagogy and technology. Doug holds a masters degree in International Business and Information Systems Design from the George Washington University, Washington, DC. Doug enjoys traveling and has traveled widely in Asia and Europe. He has also lived and worked abroad in France, Japan and Norway. Now in Vancouver Doug will be responsible for establishing a language learning resource center to support and promote language learning across the campus.
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