Jenn Stringer is currently the Associate CIO for Academic Engagement and Director of Educational Technology Services at the University of California, Berkeley. She is responsible for the strategic direction of academic computing on the campus and for services that support classroom technologies and video capture and production, faculty instructional technology support, the campus LMS and student portal, and student computing. Prior to Berkeley she has been Director for Academic Technology Services at New York University and Director of Educational Technology at Stanford University School of Medicine. She has worked in libraries and the educational research arena since 1989. She has managed public services and computers labs in libraries and educational technology grants supporting medical education and designed unique learning spaces that support collaborative teaching and learning activities. She graduated from the University of California, Santa Cruz with honors in History and completed her Masters in Library and Information Science from San Jose State University. Jenn is a past chair of the Computer Resources in Medical Education SIG of the Association of American Medical Colleges and a Frye Leadership Institute Fellow from the class of 2006. She has been a member of the EDUCAUSE Institute of Management Faculty and is currently a member of the ELI Advisory Board.
This ELI Brief describes a program at the Stanford University School of Medicine in which entering students received an iPad and PDF annotation software for use in their curriculum.