I started my career as an English teacher in 2004. Since then, I have felt a keen interest in technology as an enabler and enhancer of learning and teaching processes. In 2009, I started to research into eLearning, the research was part of my M.A. thesis on Applied Linguistics (sub-field Computer Assisted Language Learning). This project allowed me to successfully complete an internship at United Nations Headquarters, where I had the opportunity to evaluate eLearning as well as instructor-led courses. In 2010, I started to work as a freelance instructional designer and eLearning consultant for companies in Argentina.
I am also an independent researcher at Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina, where I have recently completed my M.A. programme in Applied Linguistics. I love exploring new technologies, sketching UIs and finding real-world applications based on instructional theories.