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Dr. Darla Runyon
Center for Information Technology in Education
Distance Learning Services
Dr. Runyon holds a Ph.D. in instruction and learning technologies from the University of Missouri-Columbia, a master of education degree from Colorado State University, and a bachelor of science in education degree from Northwest Missouri State University.
Ms. Zweifel holds a master of science in computer studies from Northwest Missouri State University and a bachelor of science in education from the University of Nebraska.
Faculty Technology Support Assistant/Secretary
Ms. Mavity holds a bachelor of science, interactive digital media – visual imaging concentration from Northwest Missouri State University.
The Center for Information Technology in Education (CITE) will play an integral part in Northwest Missouri State University's effort to enhance student learning through the use of technology. CITE will operate in such a way as to capitalize on the talents of Northwest's faculty and provide them with an opportunity to advance their understanding of information technology's applications to learning, to develop relevant applications for their fields, and to spend time with their colleagues helping them apply information technology to their courses and programs.
Beyond supporting the instructional technology needs of Northwest faculty, the CITE office also encourages and supports the scholarship of teaching by assisting Northwest faculty in the development and sharing of pedagogical and content-specific knowledge, supporting faculty in their teaching and professional activities, and providing faculty with access to professional development support and resources. Specific services areas the CITE office provides include teaching, research and the scholarship of teaching, student support and personal enrichment.
A more comprehensive vision for CITE is the leadership role it will play in advancing Northwest as Missouri's center for the testing and development of computer applications for the enhancement of learning.
Instructional Television at Northwest provides Northwest faculty and students with flexible teaching and learning opportunities that span across Northwest Missouri and beyond. Please click on this link to explore in detail the flexible learning opportunities that are possible through Northwest's Instructional Television services.
Distance Learning Manager
Northwest Missouri Educational Consortium
Mr. Grudzinski holds a master of science in higher education leadership from Northwest Missouri State University, a master of arts in communication studies from the University of Iowa, and a bachelor of journalism in broadcasting from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
The Textbook Services Office coordinates all aspects of the textbook usage program providing textbooks for most undergraduate courses. The office is directed by Dr. Darla Runyon.
Textbook Services Manager
Ms. Tobin holds two degrees from Northwest Missouri State University; a bachelor of science in personnel management and a bachelor of science in office administration.