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Tammy Kempfert 
1660 Van Hise Hall, 1220 Linden Drive 
Madison, WI 53706 
phone: (608) 262-3338
fax: (608) 263-2046
Tammy Kempfert received her B.A. in English Education
at South Dakota State University, where she also completed coursework towards her M.A. in English. She has taught English in a variety of settings, including a small high school in South Dakota, and private language schools in Sendai, Japan, and Madison. Most recently, she worked for UW System's Office of Professional and Instructional Development. Her responsibilities there included developing and maintaining a website, editing OPID's newsletter, and composing other office communications.
Hal Schlais 
Coordinator for Learning Technology Development 
1652 Van Hise Hall, 1220 Linden Drive 
Madison, WI 53706 
phone: (608) 265-5362
fax: (608) 265-3175 
Hal Schlais has been working with the development of learning technology in the UW System for the past five years and is currently the Coordinator for Learning Technology Development for the System. His responsibilities include development of strategies, resources, infrastructure, and programs that support technologically-related faculty development and curricular redesign. He holds a Ph.D. in mathematics from Arizona State University and served as Professor of Mathematics for 22 years in the University of Wisconsin Colleges. He is a fiddler in a string band and enjoys travel, gardening, and wood fires in the winter.
Glenda Morgan 
Learning Technology Specialist 
1654 Van Hise Hall, 1220 Linden Drive 
Madison, WI 53706 
phone: (608) 265-9559
fax: (608) 263-2046 
Glenda Morgan is the Learning Technology Specialist in the Office of Learning and Information Technology at UW System Administration. She works with faculty and instructional designers around the System to promote the use of technology in teaching and learning. She is also responsible for helping shape and promote university policy on intellectual property issues relating to the use of digital technology. Glenda holds a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Minnesota. Her dissertation research deals with the debates about copyright, privacy, and encryption policies on a global scale.

The Teaching with Technology Today project consists of a web-based NEWSLETTER and WISLRNTEC, a companion listserv where members discuss technology, pedagogy, and student learning. TTT was conceived of by the UW Learning Technology Development Council; it receives significant support from UW-Extension's Division of Continuing Education.