Hannah Inzko

919 South Atherton Street State College, PA 16801 Phone: 814.777.6491 E-Mail: his105@psu.edu

I come with more than 10 years of experience as a leader in education technology within a large research university environment. Formal training in film/video and education technology allows me to think more creatively and innovatively about the future of higher education. My main focus is to engage faculty and students in the pedagogical application and integration of education technologies. I also possess a proven track record for efficient and effective project management through collaboration with interdisciplinary teams.

Manager, Media Commons, Education Technology Services, Pennsylvania State University March 01, 2012- Present As the manager for the Penn State Media Commons I currently oversee the budget and operations of 28 physical locations, spread out over 24 commonwealth campuses. The goal of my unit is to assess faculty needs and to map those needs with existing tools and services. My active responsibilities are:  Administered large budgets and technology purchasing/life-cycle, with impact across the statewide system Designed and implemented several IRB-approved research studies related to the impact of digital media and blogs on teaching and learning Evaluated emerging technologies to determine potential impact on teaching and learning Serving as lead chair for several large-scale events including a faculty development conference that brings together 450 faculty members to discuss upcoming innovations and initiatives within teaching and learning Envisioning and designing informal learning spaces supporting group work and collaboration Managed vendor relationships and negotiated licensing agreements

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Instructional Developer, Media Commons Coordinator, Education Technology Services, Pennsylvania State University July 05, 2003 – March 01, 2012  Assisted faculty with early adoption of new technologies such as blogs, e-portfolios and lecture recording and provided technology training Worked closely with faculty on the appropriate use of technology as it aligns with the goals for their courses Establishing and building relationships both within the community and other higher education institutions Collaborate with department staff in the development of technology support guides,

instructional visuals, and other resources that promote faculty use of technology in teaching  Design and implement tools such as surveys and focus groups to evaluate the effectiveness of instructional technology

Pennsylvania State University Learning, Technology and Design, Master of Science Coursework Pennsylvania State University Bachelor of Arts, Film/Video Production, 2002 Emerson College Bachelor of Arts, Film Coursework

Committees and Service
     Penn State Commission for Women Mentor Penn State College of Communications Mentor Media Commons annual faculty development conference chair Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium chair Educause Learning Spaces Constituent Group

Professional Recognition
• • • • Information Technology Services Above and Beyond Award Educause Learning Technology Leadership Program Certificate Penn State Leader Certificate Penn State Emerging Leader

• • • Featured Presenter: Empowering Innovation: Seize the Opportunity, ELI 2013 Featured Presenter: Great Expectations: An End-to-End Process for Multimedia Assessment. Co-presenter: A Successful and Reproducible Model for High-Impact Educational Media Services – ELI Conference Orlando, FL


Featured presenter: Web-based Digital Storytelling – Penn State Discovery Day


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