This blog is home to my reflections on learning, design, and technology, and the intersections of the three.
Currently, I am the associate director of the Office of Digital Learning in the College of Arts & Architecture at Penn State. In this role, I identify and evaluate new online programs and opportunities, lead strategic digital projects, and oversee the learning design and programming teams.
Previously, I’ve been in different roles in instructional design at Penn State – in College of the Liberal Arts and in Teaching and Learning with Technology. I have a B.A. in English from Stonehill College and an M.A. in education in instructional technologies from San Francisco State University. My interests are in pedagogies in the arts and humanities, digital fluencies, and interdisciplinarity.
The ideas and opinions expressed on this blog are my own, and do not represent my employer or any other affiliate organization.