Work @ Colgate University
I joined Colgate University's IT Department in November 2005 after doing some contract computer training for the State of NY Office of Children and Family Services. Before that, I taught in an elementary school computer lab in New Hartford, NY for 13 years.
For the first five years as a member of Academic Technologies team. My duties included:
Assist faculty in the identification, development and implementation of specific technologies that meet their teaching or research goals
Support technology-enhanced teaching classrooms, public computer labs, and other learning spaces including imaging and maintenance of over 130 classroom computers
Design and implement faculty and student training programs around technology and information literacy in the curriculum
Deliver regular workshops for faculty and staff on various standard software applications
Anita Grover MD '74 & Tom Hargrove P'14 Digital Learning & Media Center
In the fall of 2012, Colgate opened the Anita Grover MD '74 & Tom Hargrove P'14 Digital Learning & Media Center. The Digital Learning & Media Center is a highly visible, open learning space that can be used as a collaborative studio, a formal classroom, a computer lab, a showcase for student work, and a hub for media equipment use and lending. I manage the DLMC and a staff of approximately 15 Media Mentors. Since the opening, we have supported over 200 academic classes (over 4000 students) and loaned over 12,000 pieces of equipment to students, faculty and staff.
You can read more about the Learning & Applied Innovation team and the work they do here.
You can learn more about the DLMC here.
You can read my full resumé here.
Conference Presentations involving Digital Media Projects @ Colgate
2012 - NERCOMP Annual Conference, A Collaborative Method of Supporting Digital Media in the Curriculum
2013 - NMC Summer Conference, Created and presented video on Digital Storytelling @ Colgate University (video below)
2016 - ELI Annual meeting, How We Do What We Do: Embedded Support Structures for Video-Based Scholarship
2017 - NERCOMP Annual Conference, Two Sides of the Digital Literacy Coin: Video's Effect on Student Learning
2017 - EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, Perspectives on Video Creation to Enhance Student Learning: The Whys and Hows
2018 - MOODLEMOOT US, Two Case Studies of Innovative Uses of H5P at a Private Liberal Arts College
2019 - Moodle Users Group (NERCOMP), Two Case Studies of Innovative Uses of H5P at a Private Liberal Arts College
2019 - NERCOMP Annual Conference, Creating Video Content for Active Learning
2020 - ELI Annual meeting, Immersive Digital Storytelling: Be Surrounded by the Story