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Jamie Calcagno-Roach


1213 Greendale Road
Educational Technology Certificate 2013
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA

M.S.Ed., 2006
(540) 568-6578 Adult Education and Human Resource Development James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA

B.S. 2004
TECHNOLOGY SKILLS James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA
Adobe Captivate
Turning Technologies James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA
Wordpress Head of Innovation Instruction
Camtasia Relay July 2016 – Present
3D Design –TinkerCAD, ¨ Lead a team of instructors including 2 full time classified employees, a
123D Design, Google part time wage employee (to be hired), 5 student employees, a faculty
Sketchup, Fusion 360 & associate and faculty affiliate.
WebEX ¨ Serve as part of the Innovation Services leadership team to provide
Easel direction and strategic insight into the development of Innovation,
Creativity and Collaborative Services for Libraries & Educational
Hardware: Technologies.
3D Printers – Makerbot, ¨ Provide primary oversight for the design, development and
Ultimaker and Afinia
implementation of innovation services programming for students,
3D Scanner
Vinyl Cutter classes of students and faculty in coordination with other innovation
Carvey services teams.
3Doodler Senior Instructional Designer
AppleTV November 2014 – June 2016
Crestron Air Media ¨ Team leader for the Innovative Spaces Team including a full time
classified employee, student employee as well as a faculty associate.

¨ Served as interim supervisor for Media Production Services directly supervising 2 full time classified
employees and 5 student employees.
¨ Provide faculty development offerings like the Innovative Spaces Sandbox, Teaching Unleashed Sandbox
and EPIC (Enhancing Pedagogy through Innovative Classrooms) Meet Your Classroom sessions which
foster collaboration and adoption of effective practices in the design and use of learning spaces.
¨ Collaborate with academic departments to identify and meet professional development needs of teaching
and learning space users including Center for Faculty Innovation with EPIC Steering Committee and
Institute for Visual Studies with 3SPACE for 3D design and 3D printing faculty workshops and events.
¨ Design and coordinate all aspects of our team’s immersive sandbox events including structure and agenda of
event, facilitation, content, external and internal presenters, mentors, supplies, catering, assessment and
approval of technology stipends.

Instructional Technologist for Campus Technology

July 2010 – October 2014
¨ Coordinate and facilitate workshops, events, and other opportunities that help faculty integrate the use of
available and appropriate technologies that will enhance the face-to-face learning experience
¨ Collaborate and partner with other units on campus that support the use of instructional technologies
¨ Identify, test and evaluate current and emerging technologies that could enhance learning outcomes
¨ Develop effective instruction, materials and evaluation methods for a variety of faculty development
¨ Coordinate development of Workshops and Events Brochure including scheduling CIT events, workshops,
sandboxes, conferences and other events as needed.
¨ Co-manage 3SPACE, JMU’s 3D printing classroom with two professors from the Math department as well
as the Assistant Director of the Institute for Visual Studies to maintain the classroom, host numerous
outreach events and activities, schedule events and facilitate safety workshops for users.

Educational Technology Consultant June 2008 – July 2010

¨ Design and develop various instructional materials and evaluation methods for instructional technologies
including Blackboard, Elluminate, Clickers, Social Media and Lecture Capture tools.
¨ Provide Housecalls for faculty in all areas of software and hardware supported by the CIT and JMU.
¨ Design and facilitate customized training for various technologies including: Clickers, Blackboard,
Elluminate, and Lecture Capture Tools as requested.
¨ Coordinate and manage all aspects of standardization of new clicker system on campus. Work closely with
representatives from Turning Technologies to ensure a smooth transition for both faculty and students.
Develop materials for workshops, web resources, as well as one-on-one training sessions for all faculty
members interested in incorporating clickers into their classrooms.
¨ Assist with coordination and scheduling for the various CIT events including workshops, conferences,
technology road shows, New Faculty Orientation and other areas as needed.
¨ Collaborate with many departments on campus including Classroom Technology, Library Liaisons,
Training and Development, CIT Systems and R&D, CIT Media Services, Center for Faculty Innovation and
Media Resources to ensure technology enhances instructional objectives in the classroom.

SI International, Harrisonburg, VA May 2004 –June 2008
Technical Recruiter/Human Resources Administrator
¨ Coordinate and conduct on-site open-house job fairs and college recruiting for start-up hiring of 100
engineering, scientific, and technical candidates for the SI International PGPUBS contract with the US
Patent and Trademark Office.
¨ Organize and deliver new hire orientation for all new employees in the Harrisonburg area as well as
telephonic orientations for remote locations.
¨ Responsible for Employee Relations and customer service for 140 on-site employees as well as 60
Harrisonburg employees.
¨ Manage 5 sub-contractor staffing agencies to ensure meeting staffing guidelines for the project.
¨ Full lifecycle recruiter responsible for staffing technical positions across two of the largest business units.
¨ Coordinated and conducted on-site open house job fair for start-up hiring of Texas Service Center Card
Destruction project to hire 35 employees in Dallas, TX.
¨ Facilitated yearly Respect and Sexual Harassment Training program to 150+ employees.

Human Resources Intern, Neuman Aluminum, Verona, VA October 2003 – May 2004

Human Resources Assistant, Founders Inn, Virginia Beach, VA May 2001 – May 2004 (summers)

Student Employee, PC Dukes, Harrisonburg, VA August 2000 – May 2004


James Madison University

Adjunct Faculty, Learning, Technology and Leadership Education Spring 2011 & Fall 2011
Development of Training Programs and Materials (LTLE 485)

Adjunct Faculty, Learning, Technology and Leadership Education Fall 2016, Spring 2016, Fall 2017,
Instructional Technology (LTLE 370) Spring 2018, Fall 2018


Co-Manager, 3SPACE, 2013 to Present

Member, Maker Mentors, March 2016 to Present.
Co-Chair, EPIC Steering Committee, August 2014 to Present
Mentor, JMU Civic Learning Mentors, Spring 2015 to Present
Member, Institute for the Stewardship of the Natural World (ISNW) Awareness Committee, February 2012 to
Chair, Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference Planning Committee, 2013 to 2017
Member, TLT Conference Planning Committee, 2010-2012
Member, College of Business Impact of Teaching Committee, January 2016 to 2017
Member, LET ICC Taskforce, April 2016 to July 2016

Member, LET Mission, Vision, Values Taskforce, February 2016 to June 2016
Volunteer Facilitator, JMU It’s Complicated, August 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 & 2018
Volunteer, JMU Commencement Crew, May 2015 & 2016
Member, North Campus Building Planning Group, November 2012 to August, 2014.
Member, L&ET Environmental Stewardship Committee, September 2011 to June 2013
Member, L&ET Faculty Meeting Committee, January 2012 to December 2012.
Member, L&ET Staff Association, September 2009 to September 2011


Adams, A., Calcagno-Roach, J., Stringham, D., & Zha, S. (2017). An examination on the effect of prior
knowledge, personal goals, and incentive in an online employee training program. New Horizons in
Adult Education & Human Resource Development, 24(4), 35-46.

Calcagno-Roach, J., Paulo, J., Sandridge, C., Thompson, L. (2014). A sandbox adventure with iPads. In R. K.
Miller, H. Moorfield-Lang, & C. Meier (Eds.), Tablet computers in the academic library. ALA Editions.
Available from:

Calcagno, J. (2006). New hire orientation: A look beyond traditional orientation activities into how
organizations help new employees become productive in today’s high-speed environment. Unpublished
master’s project, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia.


Calcagno-Roach, J., Peterson, E., & Saunders, G. Library Programming for Makers 2: Electric Boogaloo.
Presented at University of La Verne Makerspaces for Innovation and Research MIRA Conference, July
12, 2018.

Adams, A., Calcagno-Roach, J., Hegg, K., Peterson, E., & Saunders, G. Embracing 21st Century Learning or:
How One Library Remixed Its Org Chart to Fully Support the Digital Assignment Lifecycle.
Presented at Portland State University Online Northwest Conference, Portland, OR, March 30, 2018.

Calcagno-Roach, J. & Stauffer, E. (2017, September). Learning to 3D Print: A Hands on Approach to Teaching
Faculty 3D Printing. IDEAx 2017, Richmond, VA

Calcagno-Roach, J. & Taalman, L. 3D Printing Beyond Plastic. Presented at the James Madison University
Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference, Harrisonburg, VA, October 23, 2017.

Calcagno-Roach, J. (2017, May). Learning to 3D Print: Teaching Faculty 3D Printing at James Madison
University. Construct3D: 3D Printing & Digital Fabrication for Education, Durham, NC.

Calcagno-Roach, J. & Taalman, L. (2016, October). 3D Printing as an Educational Tool. James Madison
University Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference, Harrisonburg, VA.

Zha, S., Adams, A., Calcagno-Roach, J., & Stringham, D. (2016, October). What affects participants' goal
achievement in online self-paced workplace learning? EDUCAUSE 2016 Annual Conference, Anaheim,

Calcagno-Roach, J., Keach, J., Paulo, J., Sandridge, C., Thompson, L. (2012, October). Experimenting in an
iPad sandbox. Poster session presented at Virginia Library Association Annual Conference,
Williamsburg, VA.

Calcagno-Roach, J. & Williams, S. (2012, January). Google+ on campus. EDUCAUSE Mid-Atlantic Regional
Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Calcagno-Roach, J. & Wilson, R. (2011, October). Developing JMU faculty one click at a time. Turning
Technologies User Conference, San Diego, CA.

Adams, A., Calcagno-Roach, J., Chappell, M., Liu, C., Mathews-Ailsworth, J., & Zha, S. (2011,
January). Creating immersion development experience for faculty teaching blended and online courses.
EDUCAUSE Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Calcagno, J. (2010, October). Pedagogy to practice. Panel Discussion. Turning Technologies User Conference,
Boston, MA.


Train the Trainer Certification, Turning Technologies April 2011

Train the Trainer Certification, Bob Pike April 2012