November 28, 2022

TILT PRESENTS:

Welcome to FHSU TILT Talk, a podcast about educational technologies, teaching and learning, scholarly research, and service. Hosted by Teaching Innovation and Learning Technologies staff. New episode posted monthly: Tech Tuesdays and Faculty Fridays.

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PODCAST TEAM

NICOLE FRANK

Nicole is the faculty development coordinator for TILT. She has worked in college faculty support and development since 2010, and has taught college courses since 2003. She earned her BA in English from FHSU, and her MEd in adult education and training from Colorado State University. She will be a host on the podcast during Faculty Fridays.

LATISHA HAAG

Latisha is the faculty development training specialist for TILT with nearly 20 years of experience from a variety of educational settings and topics. She earned her BS in education from Kansas Newman College, her MS  in communication from FHSU, and teaches as an adjunct. She will be a host on the podcast during Faculty Fridays.

DANIELLE REILLEY

Dani is an Instructional Designer and eLearning Developer for TILT. She works specifically on online faculty professional development projects and the NDTC de-escalation grant. Her background is in teaching K-5 with a BA in Education from KU and a MS from FHSU in Instructional Technology. She will be a podcast manager and host on Tech Tuesdays.

NATHAN RIEDEL

Nathan is an Instructional Technologist for TILT. He obtained his BA in English and his MLS - eLearning Professional at FHSU. He is currently working to gain his credentials as a Doctor of Philosophy from MU. Nathan specializes in helping faculty find digital tools and oversees Blackboard for FHSU by creating courses, maintaining the overall quality, and troubleshooting. He will be a podcast host on Tech Tuesdays.

MAGDALENE MOY

Magdalene is an Instructional Technologist for TILT. She has received a BS from UC with a major in Biology and minor in Women's studies, her MS in Microbology and Immunology from TJU and her Ph.D. in educational leadership and STEM education from Drexel. Her experience is in curriculum design, teaching and training levels from middle school to graduate students. She will be a podcast host on Tech Tuesdays.

MAY YU-HARPER

May is an Academic Program Specialist at TILT. She graduated with an undergraduate degree in Chinese law, an MBA in Digital Marketing from FHSU and is working on her doctorate from KU. She currently works at FHSU as part of a team that digitally manages the US Department of Justice National De-Escalation Training Program. May will manage the podcast and focus on analytics.