Robert Kenyon Ed.D., Interim Director
Dr. Kenyon (Bob) earned his doctorate in Instructional Technology and DistanceEducation from Nova Southeastern University. His M.Ed. is in Educational Technology from Florida Atlantic University and holds a B.A. in Mathematics from S.U.N.Y. Potsdam. He most recently served as a lecturer in the Educational Technology graduate program at Loyola. Dr. Kenyon brings his college teaching experience and his wealth of experience as an educational technology director at several K-12 Independent schools throughout the United States to this new office.
Suzanne Monthie, Instructional Designer
Sue Monthie is an Instructional Designer at Loyola University Maryland. She has been teaching and learning with and about technology for well over a decade. She has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and began her career as an electrical engineer designing electronic systems and programming software at Westinghouse Electric (now Northrop Grumman). In preparation for a career change into teaching, she earned an M.S. in Instructional Systems Design and secondary teaching certification. Since then, she has taught and developed curriculum for high school, graduate, undergraduate and adults of all ages and skill-levels. Sue enjoys working in a field requiring life-long learning and is especially interested in instructional design for active learning in face-to-face and online courses, using Quality Matters for continuous course improvement, creating accessible course materials, and of course, educational technologies that can help the make the learning experience engaging and exciting.
Jesse Goldstein, Instructional Media Developer
Jesse Goldstein earned his B.A. in Communications and Media Studies from Goucher College. Prior to joining Loyola in early 2016, he worked as a Digital Media Producer at SENSORSTAR, a small engineering firm based out of Ellicott City, MD. Coming from a film production background, he uses his video expertise to help faculty with any of their multimedia needs.