|On behalf of the CETL team, I would like to welcome you to fall semester.
I would like to introduce you to the CETL staff
Hilary Fezzey, Interim Director of CETL: In addition to coordinating CETL, I am available for consultation regarding any topic related to teaching and learning on our campus for all faculty and staff who interact with students.
My office hours in CETL in Swenson 2072 are by appointment and as follows:
Rebecca Graetz, Ed.D, Instructional Program Manager II: Rebecca consults with faculty on course design focusing on the pedagogy of online learning, student success and student engagement as well as Universal Design for Learning and accessibility. She is currently a certified QM Peer Reviewer as well as an Instructional Design Mentor for Educause. As part of the CETL Migration Team moving from D2L to Canvas, Rebecca’s role is to promote quality course design as well as the UDL and accessibility as it pertains to diversity and inclusion for learning.
Stacy Leno, Information Processing Consultant-Senior: Stacy is the primary person for the Learn@Superior Digital Learning Environment (D2L and Canvas) and provides consultation on the use of tools in those systems (including Kaltura, Blackboard Collaborate, and TurnItIn) as well as the “behind the scenes” management of Learn@Superior. She will also provide training on the development of posters (i.e. research symposiums, senior year presentations, etc.) but not the editing or printing of them.
Thora Papineau, University Services Program Associate: Thora is the newest CETL team member just finishing her first 6 months working on campus (though she’s an aluma too!). Thora helps to coordinate all the details of CETL from event logistics, expenses, CETL-related travel planning & TERs, as well as overseeing the Yellowjacket Pantry. Her background is in human resources, process improvement and technology implementations, which fit well with the scope of CETL’s trajectory! She’s happy to share a warm smile for all who come to CETL for events, consultations and questions.
Del Wright, M.Ed, Media Specialist: Del provides instructional technology services in collaboration with Academic Departments to support faculty, staff, and students with instructional technology and course-related resources for classroom, online and hybrid learning. He works with other CETL team members participating in the instructional design process for instruction specific to incorporating the use of digital technologies. He also serves as the lead for faculty and instructional staff professional development training related to UW-System migration from D2L to the Canvas Learning Management System (LMS), including development and delivery of instructional interventions.