eMentors

What is an eMentor?

What is an eMentor? eMentors are instructors recognized for their experience in teaching with technology. These individuals work with Educational Technologies to mentor instructors new to or interested in eLearning and how to do it right. eMentors serve for a term of three years.

As part of this group, the eMentors are responsible for:

  • Contributing to a broader discourse on campus eLearning as a member of Educational Technologies’ Advisory Board
  • Sharing their experience and expertise with colleagues by presenting at Educational Technologies-sponsored seminars and the annual Celebration of Teaching conference
  • Becoming a certified course peer reviewer by completing the Quality Matters Course and workshop (paid for by Educational Technologies)
  • Conducting Quality Course reviews on a team of reviewers – up to 5 per year
  • Contributing thoughts about teaching practice, technology, trends, and other e-learning issues when needs arise.
  • Providing an annual summary of how their professional development funds are used
  • Mentoring instructors new to teaching with technology or who would like some additional assistance with their teaching practice.

Current eMentors

  • Matthew Ballou, Associate Teaching Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Art
  • Jenny Bossaller, Library Information Science Program Chair and Associate Professor, School of Information Science & Learning Technologies
  • Jennifer Fellabaum, Assistant Teaching Professor, Education Leadership and Policy Analysis
  • Dale Fitch, Director and Associate Professor, School of Social Work
  • Dr. Robin Harris, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Sinclair School of Nursing
  • Dorina Kosztin, Teaching Professor and Associate Chair, Physics
  • Linda Lair, Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of Clinical Education, Health Professions/Clinical and Diagnostic Sciences
  • Alexandria Lewis, Assistant Teaching Professor, School of Social Work
  • Kerri McBee-Black, Instructor, Textile & Apparel Management
  • Jacquelyn Kay, Assistant Teaching Professor of Spanish and Coordinator, Spanish 1100
  • Bethany Stone, Teaching Professor, Biological Sciences
  • Jenna Wintemberg, Assistant Teaching Professor, Health Sciences, School of Health Professions