About Brian Casimano
Brian’s duties include working with faculty members to design, develop, and implement classroom and technology-based training programs. Providing graphic editing, educational activities development, course template design, coding, simulations, and assistance with other technological issues. He also facilitates the course production process with support for staff members and faculty members by demonstrating and providing training for design principles, pedagogy, course goals, tracking learning outcomes, and compliance regulations.
While working at Florida State University, Brian began his journey as a Support Specialist for the Blackboard & Canvas Learning Management systems in the Office of Distance Learning. After working part-time for a university wide group for one year, supporting thousands of faculty and students, and producing valuable LMS training material, he transitioned into a full-time position as an Instructional Technologist in the College of Business where he worked for two years. In this role, he provided educational technology support to over 120 faculty members and over 50 doctoral students solving technical issues with the Canvas Learning Management System; designing ADA compliant course sites (face-to-face, online, and hybrid); and training these individuals on how to utilize lecture capture technology, the One Button Studio, the Online Learning Studio, and other tools to enhance student learning.
Brian also has experience in photography & videography and has been exploring the use of motion graphics and animations in the effort to create a more engaged learning experience for students. Additional technology utilized includes the TriCaster production system, green screens, and others. In his previous role, Brian managed the full creation, production, and storage of almost all promotional and academic multi-media content produced for FSU’s College of Business and enjoys researching new and innovative technologies.