Center for Learning Technologies
The Center for Learning Technologies (CLT) communicates and collaborates with faculty
and other stakeholders to identify and enhance student learning opportunities. Staff
members assist with design and development of learning experiences that meet learning
objectives identified by instructors. CLT can assist instructors with loading materials
into the learning management system as well. Learning experiences include assessments,
learning resources, and learning activities and incorporate best practices in web-based
multimedia and experiential activities.
We have a number of full-time staff specializing in instructional design.
Les Balsiger, J.D., Director
Les leads CLT and provides grant writing, negotiating, and advocating for continuous
improvement and good instructional design.
Dr. Rebecca M. Reese, Senior Instructional Designer
Rebecca specializes in workshops and training on topics such as learning methodologies,
educational technology, virtual and online learning, game-based learning, universal
design, and disability awareness.
Dr. Tim Kochery, Senior Instructional Designer
Tim provides instructional design for online and hybrid courses, use of D2L tools,
student group-work, learning theories and pedagogical strategies.
Laura Sigsbury, Technical Support Specialist
Laura provides support for Desire2Learn, lecture capture and multimedia and designs
courses using HTML in a common course layout.
Brandon Poulliot, Technical Support Specialist
Brandon has worked in Higher Ed as an academic technologist for 7 years. He can assist
with creating authentic assessments and innovative learning activities, and specializes
in Learning Management System (D2L) support and troubleshooting.
Video Classroom and Lecture Capture – We can help instructors with recording presentations and lectures, video conferencing,
and communicating using the YuJa Active Learning Platform.
Instructional Technology Loan Program – Our lab offers short-term loans of various devices, including camcorders, audio
recorders, and Wacom tablets.
The LCCC E-Zine is publication of the Center of Learning Technology. You will find current and archived
information about instructional technology, conferences, rubrics and more.