Department Resume

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    The success of CETL is due to the dedication, experience, and expertise of the CETL staff. These individuals are committed to excellence in teaching and learning. 

     
     
                       

    Ms. Virginia Arp, Director 

     

    Master of Education, Gannon University 

     

    Bachelor of Science in Mathematics with a minor in Business and Computer Science, John Carroll University 

     

    Doctoral Candidate in Organizational Learning and Leadership Program, Gannon University 

     
                       

    Dr. Tinukwa Boulder, Instructional Designer 

     

    Doctor of Philosophy in Instructional Systems and Workforce Development, Mississippi State University 

     

    Master of Science in Technology, Mississippi State University 

     

    Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Business Management, Leeds Trinity University, England 

     
                       
                       

    Mr. Brian McIntyre, Instructional Technologist/Application Developer 

     

    Master of Science in Computer and Information Science, Gannon University 

     

    Bachelor of Science in Accelerated Information Technology and Management, Point Park University 

     

    Associate in Specialized Business, Computer Information Systems, Database Administration, Tri-State Business Institute 

     
     

    Doctoral Candidate in Organizational Learning and Leadership Program, Gannon University 

     
                       

    Ms. Sara Morrow, Secretary 

     

    Bachelor of Arts in Communication, minors in English and International Studies, Pennsylvania State University 

     
                       

    Areas of Expertise 

    • Using and integrating technology in curriculum development and online instruction
    • Implementing active and inquiry-based strategies for the classroom
    • Facilitating opportunities for professional development for faculty, staff and administrators
    • Creating  interactive and instructional multimedia content
    • Developing online and hybrid course offerings using Gannon's Quality Matters rubric
    • Developing engaging instructional content
    • Collaborating with departments and upper administration across the University
    • Administrating university-wide systems: GU Blog, Angel, TurnItIn, Class Climate, ParScore
    • Communicating and promoting CETL events and activities throughout the University
    • Conducting qualitative and quantitative research design
     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Technology Skills 

    • eLearning software: Camtasia, Captivate, SoftChalk, Articulate, Flash
    • Programming languages: SQL, PHP, ASP, HTML, JAVA, CSS
    • Graphic design software: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign
     

    • GIS and GPS technologies
    • Statistical analysis software
    • Microsoft Office Suite
     

     
     
     
     

    Areas of Experience 

    • Presenting at various academic conferences in collaboration with academic faculty
    • Publishing in journals and books on a variety of topics
    • Building relationships through longevity at the University
    • Contributing to successful grant applications
    • Teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate level, face to face and online
     

     
     
     
     
     

    Committee Representation 

    • Teaching and Learning Technology Roundtable
    • Distance Learning Advisory Board
    • Technology Advisory Committee
    • Portal Implementation Committee
    • Learning Outcomes Assessment Committee
     

    • Library Advisory Board
    • Liberal Studies Committee
    • Provost Council
    • Middle States Subcommittee