Jean L. Merenda, MS is originally from New York City where she obtained her BS (Magna Cum Laude) in Criminal Justice. It was while working in the law department of CBS, Inc. on various “60 Minutes” litigations that she first started working with computers. She continued working freelance teaching computer applications on Long Island after the birth of her two daughters until her husband’s company relocated them to North Carolina in 1989.
Jean taught various computer courses at Pitt Community College and was one of their first instructors to teach online. She obtained her Masters in Instructional Technology from East Carolina University in 2003 and was named Graduate Student of the Year. She comes to Allied Health Educational Technology Office via the Physician's Assistant Program where she was an intern for Dr. Thomas Louis' Gross Anatomy Course (online and face to face) during Spring/Summer 2003 semesters. She received the Dean's Award from the College of Allied Health Sciences in 2008. Her pedagogical interests include Instructional Design/Technology, Distance Learning and Instruction and Instructional Media Production.
A Yankee transplant to the south! I am the Educational Technologist at the College of Allied Health Sciences at East Carolina University. An alumni of John Jay College of Criminal Justice who started working with computers while working the law department of CBS, Inc. on various “60 Minutes” litigations.
A true Yankee transplant I am the Educational Technologist for the College of Allied Health Sciences at East Carolina University who first started working with Mediasite 4.0 in 2006. We have gone through the various upgrades and welcomed scheduling with open arms and now we are embracing My Mediasite and Mediasite Desktop Recorder and looking forward to Mediasite 7! When not Mediasiting I enjoy travel, hiking and ethnic cooking