Sara A Ibrahim is a seasoned professional in the instructional design industry with over a decade of experience in the field. She is currently pursuing her Ed.D in Instructional Technology at Towson University and has mastery of various tools and technologies, including Adobe Creative Cloud, VoiceThread, Camtasia, HTML5, Vyond, Logitech, Articulate 360, Adobe Captivate, and OBS. Sara is a strong team player with excellent communication skills and is comfortable working in fast-paced environments.
Throughout her career, Sara has taken part in several important projects. As an Instructional Designer at Alexandria University's E-Learning Center, she was part of a team that transformed traditional textbooks into interactive electronic materials, designing monthly training courses and overseeing weekly team meetings. In her role as an Instructional Designer for the TEMPUS project, Sara was responsible for capturing, editing videos, and linking them to PowerPoint presentations.
Sara also played a crucial role in the ASERT project at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where she directed the instructional design process for online interactive courses for First Responders. Her background in graphic design helped her create visually appealing solutions for the project.
Currently, as a Graduate Student Assistant at Towson University, Sara provides support to faculty members with recording and editing educational videos, conducts research for educational professionals, facilitates communication, and assists with various department needs, including the Virtual and Augmented Reality (VR/AR) Research lab and Girls Who Can Code Club. She holds a Master's in Adult Education and Communications Technology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor's degree in fine arts from Alexandria University in Egypt. Sara is fluent in both English and Arabic.
Sara's diverse skills, experience, and education make her a valuable asset in the instructional design and technology field.