Megan May has a proven track record and dedication to quality in the community-source software community.
Currently managing the Learning Management Systems team at Indiana University, May is charged with the oversight of development, production, and support of Oncourse, IU's implementation of Sakai, a collaborative, open-source course management system. She is also an adjunct faculty lecturer in the School of Engineering and Technology at IUPUI, teaching in the Computer Information Technologies Department.
In addition to supporting the enterprise-wide Oncourse -- used by over 100,000+ students and 10,000 faculty across seven IU campuses -- the LMS team is actively engaged in Sakai initiatives, including the development of new tools, support of core tools, and leading quality assurance (QA) and release management projects.
May has a demonstrated understanding of successful software implementations, stemming from practical experience at every level of Oncourse and Sakai. From second-tier support, communications, and data analysis, to design and documentation, she would eventually assume responsibilities for QA efforts, first for IU and then as Sakai's global QA director. She most recently completed a term as the chair for Sakai's Collaboration and Learning Environment (CLE) Technical Coordination Committee -- the governing body over the project IU implements as Oncourse. May is a graduate of Indiana University's Kelley School of Business, holding a Bachelors of Science in Business with concentrations in information systems, operations management, and process management.