E-Learning Council awards the 2010 E-Learning Council Outstanding Achievement Award to Sue Tedford
AUSTIN, TEXAS—May 25, 2010 - E-Learning Council is proud to announce that Sue Tedford, Distance Learning Specialist at the Texas Department of State Health Services was awarded the 2010 E-Learning Council Outstanding Achievement Award at E-Learning Symposium 2010 held in Austin, Texas.
The E-Learning Council was formed to advocate the value of training to the leaders of organizations, to provide resources for practitioners to create high quality E-Learning, and to encourage peer-to-peer interaction between the people who create E-Learning. Ms. Tedford embodies these goals. Ms. Tedford is the go to resource for the Texas Department of State Health Services for the creation of learning that improves performance. Indeed, she is often the go to resource for many organizations in Central Texas. She helped form the Lectora User Group. Ms. Tedford is a super connector for trainers, managers and practitioners
Sue Tedford is a Distance Learning Specialist with the Texas Department of State Health Services in the Prevention and Preparedness Division. She has over 30 years of service in state government including positions held in the Information Technology, Human Resources, and Training Departments. Throughout her career, Sue has worked in various capacities and has many accomplishments to her credit. She has implemented a learning management system solution for two large state agencies; implemented an online new employee orientation training program for the legacy Texas Department of Health; created a computer-based training development support network for the Texas Health and Human Services Enterprise; and coordinates the Central Texas Lectora (CBT authoring software) User Group in Austin, Texas.
Sue and her soul mate, Ted Fick, celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary last year. They are both native Austinites. They have four spoiled furry dog children (Chloe, Cid, Buford, and Beulah) who allow Sue and Ted to live with them. In Sue’s spare time, she advocates for further research and education on Multiple Sclerosis and is active in church activities.