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We're here to help.

Our group can help you make the best, most efficient technology choices to meet your learning objectives! Find out more about how an Educational Technologist can support technology use in your teaching practice.

What We Do

Meet the Educational Technologists

Paul Monaghan
Educational Technologist
for Math & Sciences
253.879.8510 
pmonaghan@pugetsound.edu

Paul Monaghan has been with the University of Puget Sound since March 1997. He is an alum of UPS and former work study student in Technology Services. Paul's office is located in Thompson Hall. He supports the computer labs and servers for the Sciences as well as other technology located in Thompson and Harned Hall. Paul enjoys playing basketball, running, and hiking when he is not working.

Margot Casson 
Educational Technologist for Social Sciences
253.879.3261
mcasson@pugetsound.edu 

Margot Casson earned a Master’s degree in Educational Administration from the University of South Dakota, a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from the University of Oregon, and she completed certificate programs in electronic publishing and program planning. Prior to joining the University of Puget Sound staff in January 2020, Margot worked at several colleges and universities in Oregon and Hawaii. Her office is located on the first floor of the Collins Library.

Kevin Kirner
Educational Technologist for Arts & Humanities
253.879.2540
kkirner@pugetsound.edu

Kevin Kirner joined the University of Puget Sound in January, 2020. He holds a Master’s in American Studies and a Graduate Certificate in Documentary Film from Lehigh University and a Bachelor’s in Cinema & Photography from Ithaca College. His scholarship includes non-fiction and fiction filmmaking, critical media studies, and Digital Humanities. His office is located on the first floor of the Collins Library.