Lane Sunwall is a final-year Ph.D. candidate in the department of history at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He is also the Learning Technology Teaching Assistant for the College of Letters & Science Learning Support Services. As LTTA, Lane assists faculty in the integration of teaching technology into their courses, and writes online instructional guides in teaching best practices and grad student professional development. Lane has taught history and religious studies courses at UW-Madison and Minot State University (North Dakota).
Margene Anderson is an academic technology consultant for Do-IT Academic Technology, associate lecturer, and proud alumna of the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Prior to working in higher education, she taught English and library media and technology in the K-12 school system.
James Mckay is an academic technology consultant for Do-IT Academic Technology, and recent Ph.D. recipient from the University of Wisconsin department of history.
College of L&S Learning Support Services assists the students, faculty, and staff in the UW-Madison College of Letters & Science. They promote and support the thoughtful use of technology for teaching and learning through four core service methods. They offer instructional tools, consultation services, workshops and professional development opportunities, and provide technical support to faculty, staff, and graduate students.
DoIT Academic Technology advances the University’s mission, strategic priorities, and the Wisconsin Idea by wisely applying technology to current and future academic environments. Through collaboration and partnerships, with a commitment to service and innovation, we bridge technologies, people, and day-to-day work practices to enable 21st Century digital literacy, manage our resources, and evaluate our practices.”