Dr. Susan Sutton
Director of the Center of Teaching Arts & Technology & Distance Education
Before coming to RSCC, Susan was an assistant professor in the Department of Information Media at St. Cloud State University in St. Cloud, MN. While working on her Ph.D., she spent two years as a graduate teaching associate at the University of Tennessee teaching online graduate courses for the new online master’s degree program in Instructional Technology and three years teaching courses that prepared pre-service teachers how to integrate technology into the curriculum. Susan has three years of experience teaching in a K-12 special education setting and has an eLearning certification from The Internet eLearning Institute at the University of Tennessee. Susan enjoys teaching faculty how to use various technologies, but also enjoys working with K-12 teachers out in the field who want to learn more about technology integration.
Susan’s academic credentials include a B.S. in Education, with a concentration in Special Education – Hearing Impaired from Ball State University, an M.S. in Education, with a concentration in Instructional Technology from the University of Tennessee, and a Ph.D. in Education, with a concentration in instructional technology from the University of Tennessee.
Coordinator of Instructional Technology
Darren holds an A.A. degree from Roane State, a B.A. from Tennessee Technological University and an M.A. from Austin Peay State University. At RSCC, he helps faculty and students with Momentum/D2L, as well as teaching General Psychology, Human Life Span Development, and Abnormal Psychology in various formats, such as dual studies, traditional, blended, online, and interactive classes. With over 25 years of teaching experience and over a decade of experience in distance education, Darren blends knowledge of academia with technological innovation.
Instructional Media Assistant & Graphic Designer
Breanna, a native of Harriman, TN, earned her A.S. degree in Computer Art and Design from Roane State Community College in May 2012. Now, the former honor student brings her creativity to RSCC classrooms by utilizing her web and print design skills in the marketing of campus initiatives which support faculty and administrators in their efforts to construct more inspirational learning environments. She also focuses on the development and accessibility of open education resources for Roane State’s RxTN grant project, creating instructional materials and managing course content for RxTN classes.