Following a workshop on liberal arts colleges and digital citizenship, representatives from four higher education institutions share their varied experiences in cultivating digital citizenship capabilities among their students.
BiographyB.A., St. Norbert College, De Pere, WI M.A., Vitrbo University, La Crosse, WI Krissy has over 20 years of experience in Instructional Technology in an educational setting, in teaching and leadership roles. She served as the Technology Resource Teacher in K-12 for 8 years, as the Instructional Technology Specialist in the Teacher Education discipline at St. Norbert College for 13 years, and currently serves as the Director of Academic Technology for St. Norbert College. She is responsible for providing leadership and management of ITS academic and instructional technology initiatives and operations at St. Norbert College. Krissy has developed and led numerous technology workshops for area school districts, CESA's and the Wisconsin Geographic Alliance, focusing on everything from iPads, Web 2.0, STEM, Geospatial Technologies and multimedia authoring. She has presented at national, state and local conferences including ISTE, ESRI, SITE, WEMTA, WAMLE, WCSS and WIGA. Continuing education includes Apple Education seminars, Google Geo Teachers Institute, ESRI T3G Institute and a Certificate in Spatial Literacy from the University of Redlands, CA. An enthusiastic educator and instructional technologist who is always searching for ways that technology transforms the teaching/learning process and expands the four walls of the classroom, her ideal classroom is the outdoors, leveraging technology as the conduit to making real-world connections.
ELI Liberal Arts College Advisory Group