Mary Litch, Ph.D.
Director of Academic Technology and Digital Media
Smith Hall 20B, 714-628-2753, email@example.com
Dr. Litch holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Before coming to Chapman in 2008 as founding Director of the Office of Academic Technology and Digital Media, she taught philosophy at UMass-Amherst, the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and Yale, where she also worked as an instructional technologist and digital media specialist. Her publications include Philosophy through Film, which reflects her interest in the relationship between the humanities and visual media. Dr. Litch’s primary responsibility at Chapman is working with faculty and a range of University offices to develop, support, and enhance the use of technology and digital media for academic purposes, especially in relation to scholarly and pedagogical projects. She will also be teaching occasionally in Chapman’s philosophy department.
Jana Remy, Ph.D.
Associate Director of Digital Scholarship
Smith Hall 20A, 714-744-7934, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Remy holds a Ph.D. in History from the University of California, Irvine. With a keen interest in using web-based technology for scholarly collaboration and outreach, she founded the Making History podcast several years ago. Additionally, she serves as a News Editor for History Compass Exchanges and is involved with a variety of digital humanities projects. Jana's responsibilities at Chapman include supporting Blackboard and faculty e-portfolios, as well as facilitating the wider use of technological tools in the classroom.
Instructional Designer and Blackboard Administrator
Smith Hall 20C, 714-628-2723, email@example.com
Kim Welch is currently working on a doctoral degree in Learning Technologies at Pepperdine University. She will be supporting faculty in their use of technology in teaching and as an instructional designer. Kim worked as a faculty developer for six years at the University of Utah and has taught English and teaching methods for more than fifteen years both in the U.S. and abroad.