Elizabeth Ledbetter - EditorElizabeth works to facilitate teaching for learning in her role as the Instructional Technology and Design Specialist for the TLC. She coordinates course development for online programs that seek to eliminate course material costs and collaborates with faculty and staff to develop courses that meet Quality Matters standards. Elizabeth is currently the content moderator for the TLC Blog.
Jereme PattersonJereme is the IT Analyst for the TLC. His work focuses on the use and support of technologies in teaching and learning environments. He specializes in videoconferencing and synchronous learning capabilities. Jereme oversees mediated classroom technologies, specialized videoconferencing technologies, and is administrator for several server‐based applications and services offered through the TLC.
Sam BallardSam is the IT Specialist for the Teaching and Learning Center. His work focuses on web-based technologies, media production, and specialized applications to enhance teaching and learning. Sam is responsible for CSC Online (Sakai), LMS integrations, and the CSC Academic Web.
Nicole ThramerNicole is the graduate assistant for the TLC. Her work focuses on improving the TLC’s methodology for tracking and documenting Sakai (and other technology-related) requests and inquiries. She also assists in tracking mediated-classroom utilization.
Charles SnareCharles is the Vice President of Academic Affairs. His experiences have taken him across the United States — including the Washington DC area, Ohio, Georgia, Alaska, and Nebraska. He has worked as a research assistant, a live-in counselor for juvenile delinquents, a small business salesperson, a regional manager, a tenured faculty member, a director, a dean, and a VPAA.
Susan HinesSusan served as the AVP for Teaching & Learning Technologies until Summer of 2016. She provided direction and oversight for the Library Learning Commons (LLC) as well as the Teaching & Learning Center (TLC). She has a keen interest in instructional technologies and works to improve upon the technologies available to students and faculty across campus and online.
Alex GrahamAlex previously worked as a graduate assistant for the TLC. He is now applying the skills and knowledge he gained through his MBA studies and TLC work at Chadron State College.