John Bansavich, ED.D.
Director of the Center for Instruction and Technology
John has been with USF since 1997 as the faculty/staff educational technology
coordinator, CIT lab manager, and an advocate for teaching and learning
with technology. John has taught Web design and multimedia classes in
the Computer Science department at USF, the Master's In Digital Media and Learning.
He is passionate about working with educators and students at all levels
of their comprehension and appreciation of technology.
John has been involved in a variety of technology integration projects
since 1990. An early adopter of online learning at USF, he has worked
closely with faculty on their online and in-class strategies for teaching
with technology. Since becoming the Director of the CIT in 2001, he has
been working on the renovation of the CIT as a faculty and staff resource
center where technology skills can be observed, modeled, and acquired.
Current research projects
Researching the impact of the iPad and other mobile technologies on teaching and learning in higher education.
ED.D. in Learning and Instruction, University of San Francisco
M.A. in Adult Education, San Francisco State University
Online Instructional Designer
Greg Crum comes to the CIT after six years of working at the California Maritime Academy as the Coordinator of Instructional Technology. His expertise is leveraging learning management systems for teaching and learning. Greg will be leading the effort to support and train faculty and staff in the use of the Canvas learning management system.
M.A. in Education Technology, University of San Francisco
B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Davis
Xavier's area of expertise is instructional design for online learning environments. Xavier comes to the CIT with 8 years of experience designing instruction for both public and private sector organizations. Currently, Xavier is working with instructors to develop their courses for online Master's programs at USF.
M.A. in Education, San Francisco State University
Eileen joined CIT in 2002 after completing eight years of service at
the School of Business. Her area of expertise is web design. She teaches
various web authoring tools to faculty and staff with the goal of enhancing
teaching and learning experience through the use of computer technology.
She also provides lead support to the Director of CIT on different projects.
M.S. in Information Systems, University of San Francisco
B.S. in Marketing, University of San Francisco
B.S. in Information Systems, University of San Francisco
Media Production Specialist
Graphic, Media and Training Specialist
Ken joined CIT in 2007 after serving 6 years at the ITS Help Desk. His driving philosophy is to "provide a human face to technology" at CIT. His experiences in troubleshooting issues ranging from basic application usage to multimedia will be taken a step further in working with the USF community in the use of technology as an effective tool in the classroom. At the CIT, Ken looks to provide a positive and encouraging training atmosphere for users at all skill levels.
B.S. in Microbiology, University of California, Berkeley