About ITG

The Instructional Technology Group supports faculty use of technology for teaching and learning.

We offer individual consultations and technology recommendations that are tailored to your teaching style, subject matter, and student learning goals.

The Instructional Technology Group staff can be contacted via email, phone or in person.

Location: 120 Boylston Street, Walker 403 — itg@emerson.edu

Jennifer Stevens

Jenn Stevens has worked in the Instructional Technology Group (ITG) since 2010. Before being the Director, she was a Creative Instructional Designer. Prior to coming to Emerson, she worked as project manager / consultant in the educational technology field, and was a teacher for 10 years. She spent her undergraduate years at Haverford College and graduated from the Harvard Graduate School of Education in 2009 with an Ed.M. in Technology, Innovation and Education. She enjoys pulling weeds and reading, though not at the same time.

Natalie Hebshie
Creative Instructional Designer

Natalie has been at Emerson College since September 2011 where she enjoys helping faculty incorporate technology into their teaching and learning goals. Prior to working at Emerson, she coordinated multimedia outreach efforts for WGBH Educational Foundation.

Paula Damigella
Instructional Technologist

Paula has worked for 3 years at the Emerson College Help Desk, both as a student worker and as a temp employee, but this is her first year in ITG.  She graduated from Emerson in May 2012, Summa Cum Laude, with a BFA in Visual and Media Arts, concentrating in Animation. Paula’s technology trouble-shooting experience, South Shore sass, and deep knowledge of the Emerson community is an asset to ITG.

Christopher Connors
Instructional Technologist

Christopher graduated from Emerson in 2003 with a BFA in Digital Media Studies. He went on to work at Apple for the next 8 years, holding numerous positions and culminating in corporate and retail training. From there he went to Boston University’s IS&T division for a brief stint before joining Emerson as an Instructional Technologist. He spends his free time following his three passions: video games, science fiction, and Scandinavia.