Associate Director, Instructional Technology Services
Kristin works with Reed faculty and students on data analysis, data manipulation, data management, and other adventures in quantitative and/or analytical pursuits. She supports statistical packages, computational software, and is also Reed’s main resource for geospatial analysis and mapping. Kristin brings a background in natural science research (conservation genetics and field biology) and science teaching, outreach, and engagement. She holds degrees from Michigan State (M.Sc., Fisheries&Wildlife/EEBB), the University of Montana (B.A., Biology/ecology) and Portland State (graduate certificate in GIS). Kristin is part of the Data @ Reed team, one of the folks behind Moodle, manages the mLab and its excellent student staff (mLabbies), provides general educational technology support to Reed, and co-coaches the (intermittently existing) Reed crew.
office: ETC 225
general work schedule: M-F, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Instructional Technologist – Performing Arts
Joe built and maintains the multimedia lab and image for the Performing Arts Resource Center in Reeds Performing Arts Building. The lab was specifically designed for the specialized technology needs of the Reed performing arts community. He also works with Reed faculty and students supporting the use the PARC’s hardware and software pertaining to music, dance and theatre including help with multimedia design for live productions. Joe received his BA at the University of Oregon in Fine Art with a minor in music. He has over 25 years’ experience as a professional musician, educator, and composer for music, commercials, film, theatre, and dance. He attended the Oscars in 2009 for a film he scored that was up for an Academy award and was nominated for an Emmy in 2009 for that same score. He founded a software company for mobile devices in 2010. Joe can still be seen (and heard) accompanying occasional dance classes at Reed.
office: PAB 326
schedule: M, W 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. / T, R 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. / F 8:30 a.m.- noon
Senior Programmer Analyst – Open Source
Daniel comprises the programming wing of ITS. He works on Moodle and our e-reserves system, as well as supporting a variety of infrastructural systems. Before coming to Reed he built web applications in a number of different industries including telecommunications, sports, soda pop, and breakfast cereal.
Director, Instructional Technology Services
Trina works with faculty members across Reed, as well as staff from CIS and the Library, to integrate technology into teaching and learning; this includes collaborating with faculty members to design and support curricular technology projects, coordinating evaluations of emerging technologies, supporting faculty use of iPads, managing Moodle, and more. She is active in local and national educational technology organizations, including ELI, NWACC, and edu-place. Trina holds a B.A. in French and Linguistics from the University of Michigan, a Diplôme d’études approfondies in Francophone studies from the University of Provence, and a Ph.D. in French from Stanford University, where she taught French language, French literature, and general humanities courses for seven years as a graduate student and postdoctoral fellow. Her dog, Junior, provides on-demand moral support for students, faculty, and staff on the ETC second floor.
office: ETC 219
general work schedule: M-F, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Instructional Technologist – Literature and Languages
Beth supports technology use in foreign language and literature classes at Reed and manages the Language Lab, where students can access a variety of computer assisted language learning technologies. She also helps to coordinate drop-in tutoring for foreign languages, which takes place in the Language Lab. Beth holds a B.A. in Classics from Kalamazoo College, an M.A. in Ancient Greek from the University of Michigan, and a Ph.D. in Greek and Roman History from the University of Michigan. Before coming to Reed, Beth was a tenure-track assistant professor of Classics at Valparaiso University, where she taught Ancient Greek. She has also taught ancient and medieval history, culture, and writing courses at the University of Michigan, Kalamazoo College, and Portland State University. Beth has a special interest in the digital humanities and has been involved with a major digital humanities project for several years. She’s always happy to talk about technology and language learning or digital methods in the humanities.
office: Library 38, across from the Language Lab
general work schedule: M, W, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.; F 8:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Digital Project Manager
Tony coordinates, implements, and maintains digital media services made available through the web or other delivery mechanisms. He provides hands-on training for the creation and use of digital media, and works with faculty to develop websites, blog sites, and materials that use the digital asset management system. He has a background in multimedia for over 15 years, and in a previous life had studied to be an engineer before switching to a degree in english from CalPoly in sunny San Luis Obispo. A large dog is often at his feet.
office: ETC 318
general work schedule:M-F, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.