Moodle (Woodle)

The people listed below are best qualified to address issues with our installation of Moodle (Woodle).

Emily Armour, Educational Technologist: Learning & Pedagogy Applications Specialist

phone: 2242 |

As an Educational Technologist Emily is responsible for advancing the use of technology for faculty, students, and staff. She assists faculty in identifying, selecting, and using educational and instructional technologies that complement their pedagogical approaches. Through workshops, classroom visits, and a team of Student Technology Assistants, Emily helps our students to develop abilities to critically assess, choose, and use technologies for developing and communicating knowledge and insight. Emily assesses technology education needs of staff and provides technology education and professional development opportunities for them.

Jon Breitenbucher, Ph. D., Director of Educational Technology

phone: 2207 |

Jon works with faculty to incorporate technology and/or innovative projects into their courses. His specialties include WordPress (including Voices, Spaces, and Discover), iMovie, Garageband, social media and course management technologies. Faculty thinking about redesigning a course or adding new projects to a course (including IS) are encouraged to schedule a meeting with Jon through his Doodle calendar.

Roger Dills, Senior Systems Administrator

phone: 2278 |

Joel Bosler-Kilmer, Field Service Coordinator

phone: 330-287-4357 |

As Field Service Coordinator, Joel takes a lead role for new system installs for faculty and staff, manages a group of onsite Student Technology Assistants, and leads our effort to respond quickly to break/fix issues related to computers and printers. Joel can be reached by calling the Service Desk at 330-287-4357

John Shatzer, Technical Associate

phone: 330-287-4357 |

As Technical Associate John has responsibility for supporting College-standard computing equipment and software for the College community. This support includes maintenance, repair and recommendation of notebook and desktop computers, peripherals, public access computer labs, printing stations, and loaner equipment and access to software and licenses as necessary.