Jann Sutton


Jann Marie Sutton, M.Ed. is an educational technologist at the University of Delaware. She thoroughly enjoys working with faculty members and the institution to improve the educational experience by applying proven and experimental technological solutions. She also supports a new initiative on-campus, the Faculty Commons, an innovative space for instructors to connect with each other and teaching initiatives. One of her current projects is regarding the investigation of methods to apply learning analytics collected by learning management systems to identify checkpoints or triggers to provide direction to instructors helping them support at-risk learners. She has planned and supervised several facets of the online distance learning experience for students and faculty members. Jann created and managed the Course Acceleration Program (CAP), a grant program, which financially supported the development of distance learning courses. She also worked as an instructional designer for the Sarajevo Graduate School of Business which was a partnership between the University of Delaware's Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics and the University of Sarajevo's Faculty of Economics. The project was supported by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). In Jann's early career she worked for social justice agencies as a counselor, teacher and manager. Jann received her undergraduate degree from Bowling Green State University, Master of Education in Curriculum Instruction with a specialization in Educational Technology at the University of Delaware, and is in the writing stage of her Doctorate of Education at the University of Delaware with advisor Dr. Rachel Klein.