Digital Learning Team Directory

Meet With the Team

We offer a collaborative and consultancy space to meet with faculty, staff, and students regarding curricular initiatives, course-related support, instructional design, and the exploration of emerging learning technologies for teaching and learning purposes.

All team members provide:

  • Course technology integration advice and support
  • Canvas course site design and support
  • Student media project support
  • Curricular grant project planning and support
  • Confidential consultancy about all of the above (brainstorming encouraged!)

Find us

dlc@hws.edu | 315-781-4420 | Rosensweig Learning Commons | Consultant Hours and Specialties (PDF)


Juliet Boiselle

Juliet Habjan Boisselle

Director of Digital Learning

Juliet facilitates the Digital Learning Team and much of her daily work includes connecting faculty and students with members of the team and its resources. She has worked in small liberal arts environments since 1999 in both librarian and educational technology roles and has a history of ending up at women's colleges having studied or worked thus far at Smith, Mount Holyoke and William Smith colleges. Juliet earned her B.A. in Women's Studies from Smith College and an M.L.S. from the University of Maryland. At Mount Holyoke, Juliet collaborated on a number of initiatives, including the development (and then teaching) of an information fluency course, as well as a peer-based Technology Mentor Program. Here at HWS, she has served as coordinator to a number of technology-based teaching and learning initiatives including Innovative Digital Pedagogies, Innovative Classrooms, and AsiaPod. Juliet's interests include a love of language learning and developing programs to catalyze faculty exploration of new terrains to implement technology to enhance student learning. Juliet is most at home when she is teaching, which usually involves more roaming than standing or sitting! If you work with Juliet, expect to roll your sleeves up and to hear "We need to eat our own dog food!"

Juliet spends her free time with her husband and daughter cooking up a storm, meandering the great outdoors and sneaking in the occasional run.

Campus roles and expertise include:

  • Coordinating technology-based teaching and learning initiatives (big and small) to promote assignment and course-redesign, enhancing face-to-face class interactions and leveraging critical classroom time effectively
  • Process facilitation for implementing new services and transforming existing practices
  • Facilitator of educational technology adoption readiness and needs assessment
  • IT Services representative to Faculty IT Committee, the Writing-Enriched Curriculum, and NY6 Consortium
  • IT Services liaison to the Office of Academic and Faculty Affairs
  • Collaborator with Learning Commons academic support partners: Center for Teaching and Learning, Warren Hunting Smith Library
Rob Beutner

Rob Beutner, GISP

Digital Learning Consultant

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Rob has expert experience using Geographic Information Systems software and related technologies, having earned the designation of GIS Professional (GISP) in 2013. He has a B.S. in Biology (1994) from SUNY Brockport and an M.A. in Physical Geography/GIS (2004) from the University at Buffalo. In addition, Rob has received a graduate certificate in Data Science from the Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing (2017). Rob's past teaching experience includes secondary science teaching (Biology, Chemistry and Earth science) and he is a permanently certified New York state teacher (2004). With professional interests including the integration of spatial data and information visualization across the curriculum, you'll find Rob ready to dive in, quickly setting you at ease with his calm reassurance. Rob also collaborates on projects that support programs on campus such as the Finger Lakes Institute and the Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning.

Rob and his wife are parents of two. He enjoys running, volunteering for Habitat for Humanity, and raising vegetables.

Expertise includes:

  • Expert support for Microsoft Excel
  • Information visualization and map making
  • Geo humanities project support
  • GIS and Spatial IT management
  • Web mapping and app creation support
  • Mobile device spatial data collection
  • Spatial data management
  • Open source spatial software support
  • Adobe Creative Suite: InDesign and Photoshop
  • DataCamp online tutorials support
  • R, Python and Anaconda support
Jennifer Webb

Jennifer Webb

Digital Learning Consultant

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Jennifer has experience integrating technology into the curriculum creatively and effectively. She has worked with faculty to design successful video, digital storytelling, and web publishing (blogs/web sites/wikis) student projects. Jennifer has a background in desktop/software support with a particular interest in new software and technologies. With Jennifer's experience and joyful personality, you're sure to enjoy some laughter along the way as you explore solutions together! She earned her B.A. in Women Studies from Wells College and is working towards an M.S. in Organizational Leadership at Colorado State University.

Jennifer and her spouse are parents to a pair of cats and two horses on her small farm on Cayuga Lake. She enjoys gardening, cooking, and creating greeting cards.

Expertise includes:

  • Presentation software
  • Web publishing and blogging
  • Canvas tool integration
  • Digital storytelling
  • Podcasting
  • Media production and software support
 

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