Scott Simkins is Director of the Academy for Teaching and Learning and Associate Professor of Economics at North Carolina A&T State University.
Academic program developer, coach and project manager with significant expertise in course design, curriculum planning, online teaching, training, coaching & mentoring and major event logistics & execution.
In depth knowledge of media education and of integrating the Internet and new media into teaching & learning. Researching, developing, administering and evaluating large and small scale adult education courses, conferences, seminars and study tours. Design and teach workshops for teachers on web and data mining, document publishing, grant writing and the use of social media tools.
My experience in course programming and media education spans nearly 10 years. Most recently I was a Program Development Specialist for Teachers College, Columbia University until our organization was closed as a result of restructuring. At Teachers College I liaised with faculty and administration to research, develop, administer and evaluate hundreds of large and small scale adult education courses, conferences and study tours.
I am best known for my soup to nuts approach to academic project management, and I add a unique blend of coaching and mentoring support to thought leaders in their field who want to communicate for ultimate impact with their students in the new millennium.
Mary M Pringle
Mary Margaret Pringle is a learning designer at Athabasca University.
Eileen E. Brennan
an Assistant Professor of Education at Mercy College; Chair, Assessment Committee, Member, MePort Cohort Organizational Team, Member, Faculty Learning Community, Member of NYS Council for Exceptional Children Executive Board.
Hayley Ashby is a Network & Multimedia Librarian and an Associate Professor at Riverside City College.
Kuki Singh is a learning designer at Edith Cowan University.
Linda Bruenjes, Ed.D.
Director, RoseMary B. Fuss Technology for Learning Center
Chair, Computer and Information Science Department
Dr. Bruenjes has dedicated over 20 years to the field of higher education. During her tenure at Lasell College she has served as Chair of the Coeducational Transition Team, Director of Academic Computing, Chair of the Computer and Information Science Department, and, most recently Director of the RoseMary B Fuss Technology for Learning Center. Dr. Bruenjes is a former Joan Weiler Arnow Professor during which time she furthered her research in the area of computer literacy and the digital divide. She holds an Ed.D. degree in Leadership in Schooling from UMass Lowell and a Master in Business Education degree from Suffolk University. Dr. Bruenjes’ dissertation, A Multi-Case Study Investigating The Disposition Of Faculty Use Of Technology As A Learning Tool In The Higher Education Classroom, continues to inform her work as she directs the Technology Across the Curriculum initiative at the College. Dr. Bruenjes has recently co-authored the chapter on Internet2 for the Handbook of Computer Networks.
GAIL MATTHEWS-DENATALE works with faculty and administrators on strategic plans for teaching and learning with technology across the curriculum. She has a Ph.D. from Indiana University and over ten years of experience developing, implementing, and assessing online educational projects. Previously, she was a faculty member with George Mason University's Institute for Educational Transformation, Projects Manager for Northeastern University's EdTech Center, and Learning and Technology Specialist for an NSF-funded online Masters in Science Education degree program developed in collaboration by TERC and Lesley University. Her interests include: culturally-responsive teaching, intercultural learning, qualitative research, formative assessment, and fostering learning communities online.
Dr. David Neville
David O. Neville is assistant professor of German Language and Literature and Director of Language Learning Technologies at Elon University. He holds a Ph.D. in German Language and Literature, with an emphasis in Medieval Studies, from Washington University in St. Louis, and a M.S. in Instructional Technology from Utah State University.
Regi L. Wieland
Assistant Professor in the Advanced Educational Programs Department, Building Leadership Program, College of Education and Technology at Fort Hays State University, Hays, KS. Curriculum/School Improvement consultant. Former public school music teacher and educational service center consultant and director.
Ameet Doshi is the User Engagement Librarian and Assessment Coordinator at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Robin McMullen is a Lecturer in Technology at California State University, Monterey Bay
Ken Graetz received his Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1992. Specializing in Social Psychology, his research interests include team and group dynamics, social cognition, psychometrics, and computer supported collaborative work. A faculty member for 10 years at the University of Dayton, Dr. Graetz taught such courses as Experimental Psychology, Team and Group Dynamics, Interpersonal Processes, and Statistics. He also served as the Director of Collaboration Technology and eLearning in the UD Ryan C. Harris Learning and Teaching Center. Dr. Graetz joined Winona State University in 2002 and now serves as the Director of Teaching, Learning, and Technology Services. He is engaged currently in the development of learning opportunities for faculty and staff, academic technology project management and support, and numerous research and development projects.
Patrick S. Williams
Pat Williams is Associate Professor of Psychology and Associate Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness at the University of Houston-Downtown.
Ellen L Nuffer
Ellen L. Nuffer, Ed.D., is a school psychologist and Professor of Education at Keene State College, a public liberal arts college in New Hampshire.
Martin G. Smith
Researcher - Front Line Coordinator providing access resources to the MATH Not METH Colaborative
Mary Orem is a school librarian/educational and instructional technology integration specialist at Wren High School in South Carolina.
Jon Shannon is Chief Information Officer at the South Carolina Governor's School for Science and Mathematics. He has leveraged technology to acheive organizational goals in education and administration at higher and secondary education institutions for more than 20 years.