Welcome to Instructional Technology and Design (IT&D). IT&D offers a broad range of services to support the integration of technology and instructional design principles into courses at Saint Anselm College.

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Instructional Technology and Design seeks to identify, develop, promote, and assess emerging technologies to support and enrich teaching and learning at Saint Anselm College. Through the Instructional Innovation Center (i2c), IT&D fosters collaboration with and between faculty, integrating state-of-the-art technology and instructional design approaches.

Saint Anselm College i2C
Instructional Innovation Center located in Poisson Hall

Members of our team include:

  • Cindy DiMascio, Instructional Technology Specialist
  • David Hjelm, Instructional Media Technician
  • Kim Round, Ph.D., Director

Contact Information

Instructional Technology
Office of Information Technology
Saint Anselm College
100 Saint Anselm Drive
Manchester, NH 03102
helpdesk@anselm.edu

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  • Services

    Instructional Technology and Design provides a broad range of services to support the integration of technology into classrooms at Saint Anselm College.

    Instructional Design/Technology Services

    • Instructional design/technology consultation
    • Assessment/research on technology impact and effectiveness
    • Instructional systems workshops and support
      • Canvas
      • Google Apps for Education
      • VoiceThread
      • TurnItIn
    • Summer and Winter-Session Online Semester course design
    • Summer and Online Faculty Institutes

    Media Services

    • Classroom media/technology support
    • Smart classroom design, configuration, and support
    • Instructional video and audio production
    • Audio/Video equipment checkout
    • Campus cable TV support and maintenance
    • Campus event media support
  • Summer Faculty Institute 2019

    Summer Faculty Institute

    Join your faculty colleagues on May 13th and 14th!

    This year's program will highlight discussions/innovations focused on digital storyboarding, mapping & place based learning, digital humanities, online teaching and other tech-enabled interdisciplinary approaches.

    Monday, May 13th
    9:30-10 a.m. - Loretta Brady, Welcome Remarks & Extension Challenge
    10-11 a.m. - Michael Miller, Mapping Lowell
    11 a.m. - 12 p.m. - Sean Perrone, Revealing Cooperation and Conflict
    12-1 p.m. - Lunch (Kelly Demers, Mapping A Teaching Journey)
    1-2 p.m. - Michael Miller, Workshop
    2-3 p.m. - Extension Working Groups Kick Off

    • Digital Storyboarding
    • Mapping & Place-based Learning
    • Tech-enabled Interdisciplinary Teaching
    • Tech-enabled Community based Research

    Tuesday, May 14th
    9:30-10 a.m. - Welcome Back
    10-11 a.m. - (1) Sara Smits Keeney, Whiteness in America Online Course
    10-11 a.m. - (2) Adam Franklin-Lyons, Travelers Lab
    11 a.m.-12 p.m. - (1) Caryn Sheehan, Understanding Suffering Online Course
    11 a.m.-12 p.m. - (2) Carol Traynor, Digital Storyboarding
    12-1 p.m. - Lunch (Charles Getchell & Kim Morse Round, Library and IT&D Resources)
    1-2:30 p.m. - Carol Traynor, Digital Storyboarding Hands-On Workshop
    1-2:30 p.m. - Extension Working Groups

    • Digital Storyboarding
    • Mapping & Place-based Learning
    • Tech-enabled Interdisciplinary Teaching
    • Tech-enabled Community based Research

    2:30-3 p.m. - Institute Reflection and Next Steps

    Come for a few hours or a few days!

    Register Online »

  • Workshops

    Instructional Technology and Design offers a range of technology workshops for Saint Anselm faculty and staff. The workshops aim to address the most commonly encountered technology issues in teaching and learning.  Workshops are announced via email.

    Some of our past workshops include:

    Tech Bootcamp
    Spend the day with us, right before the semester starts, to build or refresh your Canvas skills. We’ll also discuss popular integrations such as Google Apps, VoiceThread, and Turnitin.

    Advanced Canvas
    Ready to take the next step? Join us for an advanced take on Saint Anselm's learning management system. 

    Building More Effective Presentations without PowerPoint
    Tired of the same old boring PowerPoint presentations? Prezi is a dynamic presentation tool, which will have students  wondering where they'll go next!

    Using Mobile Devices in the Classroom
    Have you seen the new Apple TV devices in selected classrooms? Want to know what they are and how to use them? Come join us for an interactive workshop where you'll learn how you and your students can share iPad, iPhone, and iPod applications with each other on the big screen!

    Flipped Classroom Pedagogy
    Are you interested in flipping your classroom, but aren't sure how? Still don't know what a flipped classroom is? This workshop will help you take the first step by explaining how to flip a lesson.

    On the Tech Horizon
    What's new and exciting in the world of teaching and technology? This workshop will feature a few new apps and technologies coming down the line that we think will be helpful in your classroom.

  • Tutorials

    Instructional technology strives to keep faculty informed of various technology tools, as well as best practices of their use. Rather than listing the same tutorials and resources in multiple locations, we've moved all of the tutorials to one central location, which can be found here: IT&D Resources Online. This page is constantly being updated, so please check back often for new tutorials. If you have any questions, please contact us at HelpDesk@Anselm.Edu.

  • Research & Development

    IT&D also researches and evaluates emerging technologies and faculty development approaches. Below, please find links to publications and conference presentations:

    Next Generation Digital Learning Environments

    Round, K. (2018, January). Preparing Your Organization for the Next Generation Digital Learning Environment. Session presented at NERCOMP workshop, The Digital Backpack: Next Generation Digital Learning Environments, Southbridge, MA.

    Morris, H., Cooper, T., Dixon, S. Hilt, D. Koritari, A., Round, K. & Thomson, K. (2015, February). Exciting Designs from the Breakthrough Models Academy. Conference session presented at the annual meeting of the Educause Learning Initiative, Anaheim, CA.

    Round, K. (2014, October). HawkLearn: A Small College Reaches for the Clouds. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of Educause, Orlando, FL.

    Abramson, T. & Round, K. (2014, August). Development and Evaluation of HawkLearn: A Cloud-Based Learning Management System. Conference session presented at Washington Interactive Technologies Conference, Reston, VA.

    Round, K. (2014). HawkLearn: A Small College Reaches for the Clouds. Educause Review Online.

    Round, K. (2014, June). HawkLearn: A Small College Reaches for the Clouds. A conference session presented at the annual meeting of UBTech, Las Vegas, NV.

    Active Learning Spaces

    Round, K. & Shah, G. (2017, March). The What, Why and How of Transforming Traditional Classrooms into Collaborative Spaces. Conference session presented at the annual meeting of NERCOMP, Providence, RI.

    Round, K. (2017, February). Classroom Crashers: A Small College Adopts Active Learning Classrooms on a Budget. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of Educause Learning Initiative, Houston, TX.

    Faculty Development

    Collier, A., Frey, J., Lippincott, A., Round, K., Raynis, M. and Tynan, K. (2017, April). Instructional Design Symposium. Panel discussion presented at NERCOMP Instructional Design Symposium, Southbridge, MA.

    Flynn, G. & Round, K. (2014, October). Plan It, but Will They Come? Engaging Faculty in Professional Development. Conference session presented at the annual meeting of Educause, Orlando, FL.

    Round, K. (2014, March). Plan It, but Will They Come? Attracting Faculty to an On-Campus Technology Conference. A conference session presented at the annual meeting of NERCOMP, Providence, RI.