Joelene Goh supports faculty at the Asbury Theological Seminary in the effective creation of course content through the use of instructional design. By combining psychological concepts with educational strategies, she believes that any course can be made interesting and engaging to students. She is also developing training programs to assist both faculty and students in the use of Asbury’s learning management system.
Outside of work, Joelene likes to watch movies, go to the gym, and loves meeting new pets. She will always be interested in seeing pictures of your dogs and cats and looks forward to discussing her favorite movies with you.
Manager of Instructional Technology
Dan Errico works with faculty at Asbury Theological Seminary to help them create engaging content for their on-campus and online courses. He does this through the use of the multi-camera HD production studio, remote video shoots, or the use of software (such as Camtasia, Adobe Presenter, Adobe Captivate, etc.) He also helps with the live production and video capture of academic events such as the annual ARP Interdisciplinary Colloquium. He is really excited about the new lightboard, so if you see him around campus, feel free to ask him about it.
Dan is a strong advocate for health and wellness and would love to chat about anything fitness related (workouts, eating plans, etc.). He also loves movies, and loves to chat about those as well.
Instructional Design & Technology Associate