Linda Muller is the Instructional Specialist for The Teaching with Primary Sources at California University of PA teacher professional development program. Her responsibilities include designing and facilitating training opportunities for K-12 teachers to use the Library of Congress' online digital primary sources in their classroom and to integrate technology into their curricula.
Linda graduated from Robert Morris University with an M.S. degree in Instructional Leadership (concentration in Instructional Technology), and a B.S. degree in Information Systems Management. She also holds a K-12 Instructional Technology Specialist's certificate from the Pennsylvania Department of Education.
She is an accomplished curriculum developer who employs standards aligned frameworks and her special interests include: computer-based learning, instructional design, 21st Century teaching and learning, and education of students with special needs.
Linda resides in McDonald, PA and enjoys bicycling on the Montour and Panhandle Trails, gardening, travel and spending time with family and friends.