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Mark Orlando is a faculty member and school coordinator in the School of Applied Computing. Mark has taught at Sheridan since 2001 and has held several positions within the college since that time including former Chair of Sheridan’s Academic Council (now called the Senate), Academic Advisor, Coordinator of the Information Technologies Support Services Program, and Associate Dean, Applied Computing.
Prior to coming to Sheridan, Mark worked in industry in different areas of business and information systems. Mark brings that real-world experience to the classroom. He teaches courses in diverse areas such as Java programming, systems analysis, Web development and programming, user interface design, operating systems, and mobile device management. Mark also supervises Systems Analyst students in their graduating year as they work on their Capstone projects.
Mark holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto and a Masters of Science in Information Systems from Athabasca University where his research was in the field of Agent-based systems.