Andrew Greene, Educational Technologist
Having spent many years as a NYC educator before pursuing studies in instructional technology design, Andrew has a long-held interest in technology’s applications to teaching and learning, especially with respect to blended instruction, collaborative learning, and formative assessment strategies. Andrew works with faculty in developing instructional activities that leverage the affordances that technology allows, including online content/flipped classroom opportunities, collaborative reading/writing, recursive feedback mechanisms, and the facilitation of digital media creation and analysis. Andrew has an M.A. in Music Education from Hunter College, CUNY and a Graduate Certificate in Instructional Technology Design from the University of Massachusetts, Boston.
Katelyn Lemay, Educational Technologist
Katelyn is an educational technologist at the FAS Office of Educational Technology. She works with faculty, staff, and students to implement technology-enhanced solutions for their academic and pedagogical needs. Katelyn has a B.A. in Linguistics from New York University and is passionate about designing engaging learning experiences for language instruction.
Armanda Lewis, Director
Armanda provides leadership and planning for the effective and strategic use of emerging technologies. She supports a wide range of educational technology projects to promote increased active learning, data literacy, global awareness, and creativity. Her academic scholarship and publications focus on computational methods to advance humanist research, and multimodal analytics in STEAM and maker environments.
Deanna Sessions, Educational Technologist
Deanna works as an Educational Technology Specialist for Faculty of Arts and Science here at NYU. She received her Master's degree in Information and Library Science from Pratt Institute, with concentrations in Digital Humanities and Research + Assessment, and she has previously held positions at Barnard Library and CUNY Baruch. In the FAS Office of Ed Tech, she focuses on critical digital pedagogy, DH projects, and helping faculty bring their research and scholarship into the classroom.
The FAS Office of Educational Technology partners with local and university-wide groups (NYU IT, Libraries, committees) to support technology-enhanced education (TEE) for CAS, GSAS, and Liberal Studies. The team of four educational technologists leverages digital tools, instructional design principles, and pedagogical best practices to provide student-centered instruction & assessment, increase active learning opportunities, and integrate faculty research into the classroom.
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