About IT Staff
Dr. Molly Baker
Director of Instructional Technology
As Director of the Instructional Technology department, I lead a talented group of professionals who support faculty and staff as we strive to improve student learning, student retention and student success at SVCC. My experience in college teaching, research, faculty development and leadership tells me that my role is to be more of a light than a judge, to inspire and support, and to tailor our services to fit the needs of individual faculty members, as well as the strategic goals of the College. We attempt to monitor trends in higher education, especially community college teaching; new technology tools applied to learning and professional productivity; and best practices and innovative approaches for providing faculty and staff development. Everyday, we design learning opportunities for our clients, partner with them on instructional projects,and support them as they apply new strategies to their teaching or other professional duties. Education: BA and MS (psychology), Ph.D. (instructional design and technology).
Instructional Technology Support Specialist
Kathy holds a Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management from Ashford University and an Associate in Science degree from SVCC. Kathy greets every day with a smile as she coordinates equipment checkout, provides assistance to faculty utilizing the enhanced classrooms, and cheerfully answers miscellaneous questions posed by callers to the IT Helpdesk.
Robin Fisch holds a Masters degree in Instructional Design and Technology from Western Illinois University and a Bachelor's degree in Family and Consumer Science Education from Northern Illinois University. After 13 years of teaching at the middle and high school level, she spent several years operating a small business. Robin is particularly interested in multimedia and distance education.
Greg Noack completed a Masters in Educational Technology from Pepperdine University in 2009 and a Bachelor's in Elementary Education from Illinois State University. He has spent 12 years teaching students in elementary and middle schools in Lee and Whiteside County. His interests include integrating web2.0 in online instruction, and collaborative learning.
Contact Information and Location
Phone: 815/835-6229, x229
Fall and Spring Semester:
Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri: 8:00am - 4:30pm
Wed: 8:00am -7:30 pm
Mon-Thurs: 7:00am -5:00pm
Our department is located on the third floor in the Northeast corner of the building . Take the stairs near the Jerry Mathis Theater to the third floor.
Or, from the elevator, make a U past the Buisiness Office and LAC.