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Dominic is co-founder of TechChange and brings experience in e-learning implementation, audio engineering, video production, and web development. He is also a faculty member in the United States Institute of Peace (USIP)'s newly established Academy for International Conflict Management and Peacebuilding. He and Nick Martin built USIP’s e-learning platform, and Dominic currently overseas the development of 30 new distance learning courses. At USIP, Dominic established an in-house recording studio where he produces podcasts and video training materials for USIP’s Academy courses. For example, he recently co-produced an audio training CD entitled, “Making meaning through interpreters: Lessons learned from zones of conflict.”Dominic also consulted for the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict (ICNC) to develop and deliver the USIP-ICNC training course, “Civil Resistance and the Dynamics of Nonviolent Conflict.” Before joining USIP’s Academy, Dominic worked for the Africa Programme of the United Nations-affiliated University for Peace (UPEACE) in Geneva, Switzerland where he developed training programs in West Africa and managed publications on conflict prevention.Dominic earned an MA in International Law and Human Rights from UPEACE; an MBA in International Economic Development from Eastern University; and studied for three years as a PhD candidate in International Politics at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth in the United Kingdom.Contact Dominic at dominic [at] techchange.org

Posts By Dominic Kiraly:


Multimedia can be a powerful tool for adult education. When used effectively it can captivate an audience, tug emotions, maintain attention, and contextualize scenario-based learning. But creating and producing quality content also has a number of drawbacks in terms of cost, learning curves, and copyright laws. Integrating multimedia into curricula can have a tremendous impact on the learning process, but are the drawbacks worth the trouble?  I’ve compiled this …



Deck the halls, wrap some presents and pour yourself a tall glass of eggnog: Cloud storage gives you one less thing to worry about this holiday season.

Unfamiliar with cloud storage? Cloud storage is a place that ensures your personal computer files are safe in the event of a computer crash, theft or accident.  We’ve all heard the horror stories of someone’s computer crashing and …



TechChange is excited to launch a new blog series dedicated to e-Learning for educators and trainers.  The series will highlight emerging technologies, best practices in instructional design and pedagogy, and important industry trends.

The very nature of the way we learn and the way we teach are continually transformed by the implementation of online technologies in education and training. According to a recent …