Jean Lorelle Paul Wilson is the director of the Faculty Center for Learning Development (FCLD). Previous to her University of Hartford appointment, she worked as an instructional designer and Blackboard support administrator in instructional development and support at the University of Kansas, Lawrence. She also worked at the University of Massachusetts, where she developed and implemented a student cable TV station using constructivist models and principles. Her background includes work in instructional design, Web development, digital multimedia, and video production. As adjunct faculty of the University of Massachusetts' School of Education, she taught courses in educational technology and documentary filmmaking.
Lisa Tassinari is the educational technologist in the Faculty Center for Learning Development (FCLD). Prior to her position at the University, she worked in K-12 education as a teacher, tutor, and technology assistant, providing technical and pedagogical assistance in educational technologies for both students and teachers. Her background includes teaching, developing Web pages, creating and maintaining databases, programming at Aetna, and software testing/technical writing at Hamilton Standard. She recently earned a Master of Education degree in educational technology.
Brian Clark is a part-time Instructional Designer in the Faculty Center for Learning Development (FCLD) and a graduate student in Instructional Design at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. He also teaches English at the Hebrew High School of New England and has taught Religion as an adjunct professor at Hartford Seminary. He holds a PhD in Religion from Boston University, an MTS from Harvard Divinity School and a BA in English from Amherst College. Brian will be with FCLD until the end of June, 2014.