The staff of CDLI consists of six people who are passionate about teaching with technology. If you aren't sure where to start, Luke Ware, our administrative assistant, can direct you to the right individual. The department is housed in room 050 of the Pigott Pavilion for Student Leadership (PAVL), directly across the hall from SUperCopy with the exception of Rick Fehrenbacher whose office is in the Law Annex Building, 2nd floor.

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Jane Snare, M.Ed.

Associate Director and Instructional Designer

Phone: (206) 220-8285

Building/Room: PAVL 050

A graduate of Wayne State University's  pioneering graduate program in Instructional Technology, Jane worked in the automotive and health care industries in training and development before moving to higher education in 1999. At that time, she joined the faculty at Clarkson College teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in Health Care Administration. Identifying a desire to work full-time with faculty in instructional design and technology, she was a founding member of the Center for Teaching Excellence at Clarkson in 2008. Jane joined Seattle University as an Instructional Designer in 2013 and enjoys working with faculty who are passionate about teaching with technology.

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Rick Fehrenbacher, Ph.D.

Director

Phone: (206) 220-8269

Building/Room: LSAX 240

Dr. Rick Fehrenbacher is the Director of the Center for Digital Learning and Innovation and inaugural dean of Seattle University’s School of New and Continuing Studies. Prior to joining Seattle University in October of 2012, Dr. Fehrenbacher was a professor of English and Director of Distance and Extended Education at the University of Idaho. Dr. Fehrenbacher received his Ph.D. from Duke University, M.A. from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and a B.A. from the University of Southern Mississippi.

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Mark Anthoney, M.A., MLIS

Instructional Designer

Phone: (206) 220-8279

Building/Room: PAVL 050

Mark has taught classroom-based media production courses and large enrollment online courses at The University of Iowa. He also has over eight years experience consulting with faculty in the design, development and implementation of various web-based instructional solutions for in-person, hybrid and online courses as an Instructional Technology Consultant at The University of Iowa, and as the eLearning Operations Manager/Instructional Designer at North Seattle College. Mark holds Master's in Media Studies and a Master's in Library and Information Science from The University of Iowa, where he researched the intersection of information technologies and cultural practices in American society. Mark is especially interested in helping SU faculty identify areas of their courses where the application of instructional technologies can help advance pedagogical effectiveness to improve student learning outcomes.

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John W.N. Buell, M.Ed., MLIS

Learning Systems Administrator

Phone: (206) 220-8276

Building/Room: PAVL 050

John Buell has over ten years of experience implementing, managing and troubleshooting learning management systems in university and academic medicine settings. An alumni of Seattle University, John has a Master’s in Adult Education, with a focus on Human Resource Development from the College of Education. John also holds a Master's in Library and Information Science from the University of Washington with a focus on open access and digital archives. Before joining Seattle University, John developed online curricula and training courses at University of Washington Medicine and Seattle Children’s Hospital. 

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Mafil Fabroquez, B.S.

Senior Administrative Assistant

Phone: (206) 296-5456

Building/Room: PAVL 050

Mafil’s higher education experience includes assisting in academic and administrative leadership development for faculty and staff at Portland State University. At PSU, she was also involved in student success projects such as the Undergraduate Student Persistence project and Redesign myPSU project, focusing on the student experience in physical spaces and in digital context. With an interest in serving and building community, she enjoys collaborative problem solving using creative approaches. Mafil earned her B.S. in Art Practices and minor in Photography at Portland State University.

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Jayme Jacobson

Instructional Designer

Phone: 206.220.8284

Building/Room: PAVL 050

Jayme has been working in the field of instructional design since 2001 when she took a position at Washington State University’s Center for Teaching, Learning, & Technology. She was involved in WSU's ePortfolio initiative, working with faculty to integrate ePortfolios into their teaching. She is an ePortfolio advocate, a reviewer for the International Journal of ePortfolios (IJEP) and was part of the original executive team at AAEEBL. She also has a background in program assessment and consulted with programs across the WSU community to develop and strengthen assessment initiatives in preparation for accreditation. Jayme holds a Master’s of Science in Experimental Psychology from the University of Idaho where her research focused the brain’s ability to process movement.

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Luke Ware, M.A.

Instructional Technologist, Adjunct Faculty

Phone: (206) 220-8287

Building/Room: PAVL 050

Luke graduated from the University of Washington Bothell with a degree in Cultural Studies where he focused on how emerging technologies shape knowledge production. As both a HASTAC and Carnegie Foundation scholar he is also published in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) where he is interested in engaging the student voice in research. He is also an award winning documentary filmmaker and joined Seattle University in 2008 as a Copyright and Media Access Coordinator. Luke also serves as Adjunct Faculty for the Web, Application & Technology Students in the School of New & Continuing Studies program at Seattle University.