Gamin Bartle ​began as the Director of Instructional and Research Technology at William Paterson University. Before that she was the Senior Director of Instructional Technology and User Services at Drew. Gamin has a PhD in German Language and Literature from the University of Virginia, and a Graduate Certificate in Training and Educational Technology from the Educational Technology Leadership program at George Washington University. Her current professional interests are promoting mindfulness in the use of technology, Digital Literacy in support of learning and teaching, and Digital Humanities.

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