Project Contributors

Principle Investigators:

Heidi Trotta, M.A
Heidi TeeCee (SL)
Instructional Designer
Seton Hall University
trottahe@shu.edu
www.heiditrotta.wordpress.com
www.heiditrotta.pbwiki.com
Bio:

Heidi Trotta (aka Heidi TeeCee)

Heidi Trotta (aka Heidi TeeCee)

Currently, Heidi Trotta is an Instructional Designer at Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey, assisting faculty in integrating instructional technologies into their classroom. I’m finishing my Ed.M. at Teachers College at Columbia University in Instructional Technology and Media. My particular academic interests include emerging technologies that explore and facilitate alternative learning spaces, situated learning and collaborative learning communities such as multiuser virtual environments and worlds.  Design of these environments, integration into the curriculum, and assessment of learning outcomes in these spaces is an important part of my work.  

Martha Schoene
Faculty, Earth Science/Physics
Seton Hall University
schoenma@shu.edu
Bio: 

Martha Schoene

Martha Schoene

Martha Schoene has earned a BS and a BA degree in Physics and Philosophy and a Masters Degree in Philosophy of Science. She has attended Upsala College, Brown University and Johns Hopkins University. She has taught a variety of science and mathematics classes from middle school through college level.  Recently, Martha is teaching at Rutgers University UC and Seton Hall University. She is a regular speaker at the New Jersey Science Teacher’s Convention and the New Jersey Teacher’s Association Super Science Saturday. Her special interest is beach management along the Jersey shore working with the DEP, local towns, commercial and sport fishermen and the surfers association.

Marian Glenn
Faculty, Ecology/Biology
Seton Hall University
glennmar@shu.edu
Bio:

Marian Glenn

Marian Glenn

Dr. Marian Glenn is a Professor of Biology in Seton Hall University’s College or Arts and Sciences.  She teaches Ecology and enjoys introducing her students to the salt marsh at Horseshoe Cove in Sandy Hook Bay.

Kimberly Franko
Student – Senior
Seton Hall University
kimberly.franko@student.shu.edu

NMC Builder:

Christopher Holden
chris@mnemonic.demon.co.uk

Administrative Support:

Lysa Martinelli
Project Management and Superior Notetaker
lysa.martinelli@shu.edu

Danielle Mirliss
Danielle Damone (SL)
Administrative Director
Teaching, Learning and Technology Center
danielle.mirliss@shu.edu

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