Professor Lyndon C. Marshall
Marshall, MBA, Ed.D.
is Professor of Computer Science at University of Great Falls.
He is a Technologist, Educational Technologist, Futurist, and Writer.
Lyndon has taught a wide variety of computer science, education, economics and mathematics courses from junior high school to doctoral candidates. Courses taught range from programming, systems analysis, artificial intelligence, and computer organization to computer and network security. He has an exceptional background in distance learning and has managed a Blackboard system, worked with Moodle, worked with Learnlinc, implemented Wimba, and implemented educational video conferencing.
He has implemented a mid-sized network, supervised network operations, worked with four generations of advanced commercial server products, managed an Exchange server, implemented cloud-based applications, managed firewalls and security appliances, provided network and hardware support for an advanced student information system, and managed desktop deployment and maintenance.
Lyndon earned his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (Summa Cum Laude) at University of Great Falls in 1978. He minored in Business Administration: Business Law, Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting. He earned his Master of Business Administration at the University of Montana in 1982. He became a Certified Data Processor in Data Processing Management at ICCP in 1983. He became a Certified Systems Professional, Systems Analysis at ICCP in 1985. He earned his Doctor of Education, Adult and Higher Education at Montana State University-Bozeman in 1996. He became a Microsoft Certified Trainer and Microsoft Certified Professional in 1999.
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