Instructional Technology Consultant
College of Arts and Sciences
Mary Beth McKee, IT Consultant, holds a master's degree in Instructional Systems Technology from Indiana University. In her current position, she consults with faculty members who wish to integrate technology into their teaching or move course content online. She serves as one of our AsULearn administrators, and is a certified Quality Matters Peer Course Reviewer. As a co-chair of the Academic and Research Services Technology Portfolio committee, she has also taken a lead role in piloting the online evaluation of courses.
In May 2005 and 2007, Mary Beth traveled to Ghana with students from Appalachian to participate in service learning projects. While in Africa, students participated in an AIDS education program, volunteered at an orphanage, and set up a computer lab for K-12 students. By focusing on particular projects, the students had the opportunity to get to know a group of Ghanaians and get insight into the lives and culture.
Prior to joining the Appalachian community, she worked in the corporate environment as an Educational Development Specialist for MICROS Systems, Inc. She also worked at Syracuse University with a special project funded by the U.S. Department of Education, which received funding and equipment from Sun Microsystems.