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The Center for Digital Learning & Innovation
901 12th Avenue, PAVL 050
P.O. Box 222000
Seattle, WA 98122-1090
Telephone: (206) 296-5456
MARK ANTHONEY, M.A., MLIS
Mark has taught classroom-based media production courses and large enrollment online courses at The University of Iowa. He also has seven years experience consulting with faculty in the design, development and implementation of various web-based instructional solutions for in-person, hybrid and online courses as an Instructional Technology Consultant at The University of Iowa, and as the eLearning Operations Manager/Instructional Designer at North Seattle College. Mark holds Master's in Media Studies and a Master's in Library and Information Science from The University of Iowa, where he researched the intersection of information technologies and cultural practices in American society. Mark is a certified Quality Matters Peer Reviewer and is especially interested in helping SU faculty identify areas of their courses where the application of instructional technologies can help advance pedagogical effectiveness to improve student learning outcomes.
Jayme began working in the field of instructional design at Washington State University’s Center for Teaching , Learning, & Technology in 2001. At WSU she was heavily involved in the university's ePortfolio initiative and worked with faculty across the university community to integrate ePortfolios into their teaching practice. She is an ePortfolio advocate, a reviewer for the International Journal of ePortfolios (IJEP) and was part of the original executive team at AAEEBL. She also has a background in program assessment and consulted with multiple academic programs to develop and strengthen assessment initiatives in preparation for accreditation. Jayme is currently an instructional designer at The Center for Digital Learning and Innovation at Seattle University where she helped develop the highly successful Course Design Program. Jayme holds a Master’s of Science in Experimental Psychology from the University of Idaho where her research focused the brain’s ability to process movement. She has her own ePortfolio in Weebly: jaymejacobson.com