Chris Richter is an online learning technology development expert with over twenty years experience in online education development and learning. During this time Chris has worked on many projects with TAFE NSW, TAFESA, TAFE Victoria, TAFE Tasmania, University of New England, Latrobe University and AARNET in Australia as well as HEANET and UNINET in Europe on educational development and online development projects.

Chris has extensive experience in online course development technologies from HTML to PHP, audio, video, real time interaction and interactive JavaScript. Chris also has experience in creating online course content for learning management systems including Moodle, Janison, Adobe Connect, Mahara, WordPress and Joomla while developing content for courses at all levels.

One major achievement is as the key developer for a product called FileSender (Cloudstor), now used by Universities across the world especially in Europe and the USA, now translated into 12 languages.

Chris has highly developed interpersonal skills, working extremely well in teams. Chris is extremely capable of multitasking across many areas of large projects and works well independently when required, with the benefits of an extensive knowledge in many associated aspects of online learning including assessment methods, user interface design and curriculum development requirements.

Chris is extremely focussed on ‘getting things done’ as can be seen by the vast amount of projects Chris has completed over the last two decades.

For more information please visit https://au.linkedin.com/in/chrisrichterin

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