Katelyn Lemay is an Educational Technology Specialist at the NYU Faculty of Arts and Science Office of Educational Technology. She works with faculty, staff, and students to design user-centered, technology-enhanced teaching and learning experiences. Katelyn also develops and leads workshops to help NYU faculty and students thoughtfully incorporate technology into their teaching and research. She has a B.A. in Linguistics, and in her role at NYU she focuses on creating well-designed learning experiences for foreign language instruction.

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