Our Learning Technology Consultants (ITCs) offer one-on-one and group consultations ranging from quick tutorials to in-depth instruction on ITS-supported software at UNCG. We also offer drop-in sessions, so visit the TIO calendar for detailed information.
You can also request a consultation with our ITCs today by visiting Service Now and clicking on the “Get It” tab. We’re always happy to help!
Audrey is passionate about accessibility, equity, and using technology to create connection. She has been working in digital learning since 2000, when she joined an eLearning company to develop online courses for corporate clients. She took a few years off to homeschool her children when they had the opportunity to live abroad in Europe and Asia. Prior to joining UNCG, she was an Accessibility Specialist and an Instructional Designer at Guilford Tech. Audrey holds a BA in Communications, a graduate certificate in Distance Learning and Administration, and an MS in Instructional Technology. She is starting the M.Ed. in Teacher Education – Learning Sciences program at UNCG this fall.
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Mika is passionate about personalized learning and connecting digital tools to High Impact Educational Practices (HIPs) in order to graduate digitally competent students. Mika previously worked as a K12 English teacher and School Library Media Specialist in Houston ISD and Guilford County Schools. Prior to joining UNCG ITS Learning Technologies, she worked as an Instructional Technologist at Elon Law. In 2016, she moved to the position of Digital Pedagogy and Scholarship Technologist at Guilford College, where she currently holds the role of Instructor in the department on Education Studies.
Mika holds a BS in English, a MLIS in Library Science and an MS in Instructional Design. She will begin working toward her EdS at Appalachian State in Fall 2020.
Joshua is a passionate computer science student who emphasizes in education, pedagogy, and research of computer science, technology, and logic. He joined the ITS Learning Technology team in Fall 2020, where he serves as a Panopto Administrator. He has previously worked as a research assistant in the Computer Science department at UNCG, and concurrently works as a tutor and teacher’s assistant for both the Computer Science and Philosophy departments.
Joshua is a senior working towards his Bachelor’s of Science (B.S.) in Computer Science, finishing in Spring 2021. He is a member of both the Accelerated Bachelor’s to Masters’s and Disciplinary Honors in Computer Science programs. He plans to obtain his doctorate (Ph. D.), with a focus on further improving C.S. pedagogy and theoretical computer science.