Clearly, she will have much to offer Palmer faculty and staff across all campuses. She can help teaching faculty develop better and more effective programs for the Brightspace platform, and can help clinicians find ways to use that system within the clinics. She may provide help to administration as they develop online tools for outreach, and she will certainly help in continuing education, as she has long experience with eCollege, which is the online system used for offering our online courses.
Once she gets a bit acclimated, we will be introducing her to as many of you as we can. Her office will be located in life sciences, in the suite where the scantron is located, and in what used to be Rita Nafziger’s office some years ago. Make time to say hi!