Joanne Jennings, manager, holds an M.Ed. degree in educational technology and B.A. degrees in communication and sociology from the University of Delaware. In addition to teaching educational technology courses and faculty and staff technology workshops, she manages educational technology resources within the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD). Joanne is a certified trainer for the SMART interactive whiteboard and SMART Notebook 11 software.
Angela Cerasaro is the administrative assistant in the University of Delaware’s Office of Educational Technology. She earned an associate in applied science degree in visual communications from Delaware Technical and Community College in Dover.
Joe Naccarato is an applications programmer II who specializes in database and Web development. He came to the university after teaching computer science for eight years in a local high school. Before teaching, Joe spent 4 years working as a web developer in industry, including working on the award-winning education site Beyond Books. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Delaware in both English and Computer Science.
Denise Methven, a computing support specialist I in the University of Delaware’s Office of Educational Technology, coordinates technical support requests within CEHD. She earned an associate’s degree in business from Wesley College, New Castle, Delaware.
Joel Pease is a computing support specialist II in the Office of Educational Technology. His duties include systems and network administration and technical support. He has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Delaware in accounting.
Gary Feurer (retired) is a programmer analyst who works on special Web and database projects within OET. Gary designed, programmed, and maintained the Field Experience Placement System (FEPS) for education faculty, staff, students, and cooperating teachers at the University of Delaware. The FEPS program maintains all aspects of a student’s progress through the educational curriculum at UD from early field placement through student teaching to creating resumes for future employment. He also programmed Web-based utilities for the English Language Institute (ELI) and the Clearinghouse on Abuse and Neglect of the Elderly (CANE) at the University of Delaware. Gary attended MIT and received his undergraduate degree from Boston University.