The Tech Hub Faculty work with Chemeketa instructors and provide instructional design support, multimedia development, and accessibility advocacy, along with the training and support for other instructional technologies.
Beth HaleLearning Technologies Facilitator, eLearning & Academic Technology Chemeketa Community College 503.589.7872 | 9/106 Salem Campus | Contact Beth
Beth has worked in education for the past decade, and with online technologies since 1994. Her professional experience includes strategic planning, ESOL instruction and media advertising. She received her MA in Educational Technology from the University of Washington.
Colin StappLearning Technologies Facilitator, eLearning & Academic Technology Chemeketa Community College 503.589.7636 | 9/106 Salem Campus | Contact Colin
Colin has been in higher education for over 20 years, and has a background in photography, video production and multimedia. He has been involved in educational technology throughout his career, and his experience includes, online teaching, faculty development, and integrating technology with instruction. He has a Master of Educational Technology and Graduate Certificate in Online Teaching from Boise State University. He is also a graduate of Mt. Hood Community College and Pacific University.
Sage FreemanMedia Production Specialist, eLearning & Academic Technology Chemeketa Community College 503.399.2547 | 9/106 Salem Campus | Contact Sage
Sage has worked with digital photography, motion graphics, animation, video production and multimedia. He has worked in creative media fields in Eugene, Arizona and Seattle, and now in Salem at Chemeketa Community College. Sage has an expertise and an ability to work with people who may be new to digital media. He is a graduate of the University of Oregon with a Fine Arts major specializing in Computer Visual Design.
Eric NamboAccessibility Advocate, eLearning & Academic Technology Chemeketa Community College 503.589.7832 | 9/106 Salem Campus | Contact Eric
Eric has championed accessibility in higher education from the start of his career. His experience includes fostering the culture of accessibility, contributing to organizational strategy, studying assistive technologies, researching and implementing best practices for web accessibility, and collaborating with instructors, both institutional and statewide, to create an online learning experience to serve students of all abilities. Hailing from the Lone Star State, he is a graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University, located in Nacogdoches, Texas.