Subject-Area Specialists

Subject-area specialists help colleges and universities use technology to enrich students’ learning experiences. Institutions engage specialists to support faculty members, librarians, instructional technologists, and others whose work helps students develop the literacies and skills needed in our information-rich, hyper-connected world. Our subject-area specialists have proven track records in leading workshops, developing faculty and staff in their areas of expertise, and helping campuses find and integrate academic technologies and emerging methodologies in mission-appropriate ways.

Specialists by Category » Blended Learning and Digital Pedagogies | Course Design and Planning | Digital Library and Information Services | Digital Scholarship | GIS/Geospatial | Grant Writing | Open Source Technologies | STEM

Digital Library and Information Services

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    Beth Secrist has more than 20 years of experience at the intersection of IT, instructional technology, and libraries and information science. She leads workshops and facilitates discussions about blended learning, the digital humanities, digital language labs, digital literacies, digital preservation, digital scholarship, program management and planning, and social media in pedagogy. Review Ms. Secrist’s full profile »
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    Joanne (Jo) Cannon has more than 25 years of experience in the field of educational technology, working with colleagues in a variety of fields to create educational multimedia applications and to teach students and faculty to create and use media effectively. She leads workshops and facilitates discussions about media literacy, streaming media, course design for hybrid and on-line learning, and facilitating learning via web and media technologies. Review Ms. Cannon’s full profile »
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    Michelle Moravec has 20 years of experience in liberal arts education focusing on curricular transformation at both large public institutions and small liberal arts colleges. She leads workshops and facilitates discussions about blended learning, digital humanities, digital scholarship, open access, and social media in pedagogy. Review Dr. Moravec’s full profile »
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    Randy Thornton is an experienced educational technologist with a background in both college-level classroom teaching in the humanities and online application and systems management. He leads workshops and facilitates discussions about Moodle and other open-source technologies, open access, course design, blended learning, MOOCs, digital literacies, and program management and planning. Review Mr. Thornton’s full profile »