L. Andrew Bell
Office: Boatwright Room 330
Departments: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics & Computer Science, Psychology, SPCS: Information Systems
Andrew’s first experience with educational technology was as a kid playing Ernie’s Big Splash. The game taught him how to get from point A to point B and he’s been trying to find his way ever since. Andrew has a B.A. from Hampden-Sydney College (2005) with majors in English and Psychology and a Ph.D. in Neuroscience from Virginia Commonwealth University (2011).
Social Science Liaison
Office: Boatwright Room 337
Departments: Education, Geography, Journalism, Political Science, Sociology & Anthropology, Rhetoric & Communication Studies, Military Science & Leadership, SPCS Education
From Italy to San Francisco and less glamorous points in between, Ryan has a decade of experience supporting faculty use of technology, especially WordPress. He sees education as a tool for social justice, and actively supports community-building initiatives both in and out of the office. Ryan has a B.A. with majors in English and History from Oberlin College (2005).
Office: Boatwright Room 323
Mike oversees the CTLT liaison group. He has taught at the university level since 1995, including online instruction since 2004. He has over 20 years of expertise in instructional design, instructional technology, faculty development, course design/re-design, online instruction, and music composition. He holds a MS in Instructional Technology, a MM in Music Theory/Composition, a BM in Music Theory/Composition with a music business & technology emphasis, and a graduate-level Certificate in Distance Learning and Administration. Mike is a BMI recording artist.
Business, Law, & Leadership Liaison
Office: Boatwright Room 338
Departments: Business, Law, Leadership Studies, SPCS: Emergency Services, Human Resources, and Paralegal.
Jon has a B.A. from Belmont University (1999), a M.Div with Christian Education from Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond (2003) and ABD from the College of William and Mary (2013) in Curriculum and Educational Technology. His academic interest are in mobile computing, cloud computing, open-source content, blogging and course management systems. Research interest in online collaboration and adult learning. Each use of technology in the classroom is unique and must meet the professor’s needs for teaching first. There is nothing worse than using the right technology the wrong way or using the wrong technology when no technology would be better.
Office: Boatwright Room 334
Departments: Classical Studies, English, History, Philosophy, Religious Studies; Programs: American Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies, International Studies, Jewish Studies, WGSS.
Nabeel is a doctoral candidate in American Studies at the College of William and Mary where he also serves as a Digital Equality Lab Fellow. At the center, he focuses broadly on the relationship between teaching, learning, and identity. Furthermore, he maintains research interests at the intersection of the humanities and technology, with a particular expertise on the cultural history of media, new media studies, digital humanities, information studies, and the history of science and technology.
Media Production Coordinator & Fine Arts Liaison
Office: Boatwright Room 336
Departments: Art & Art History, Theatre & Dance, Music, Arts Management, and Film
Corrina has a M.F.A. In Media Arts Production from SUNY Buffalo and a B.F.A. In Film from SUNY Purchase College.
Her research interests are in film, photography, arts in education, media in contemporary theatre, and the maker movement.