About Us

The Educational Technology team supports the innovative and effective use of technology to enhance teaching, learning, and scholarship. The team offers workshops, webinars, and one-on-one instructional design consulting to help faculty leverage technology to maximize student learning, and helps manage a grants program to support the integration of technology and pedagogy. Educational Technology manages all academic software, including the College’s learning management system Moodle, lecture capture, and specialized applications used for instruction; as well as maintains technology systems in all campus learning spaces, including classrooms, computer labs, and the library.

Our team

Krissy Lukens

Director of Educational Technology

As the Director of Educational Technology, Krissy provides leadership of the instructional technology initiatives at St. Norbert College. She loves building relationships with her team, faculty, staff and students that lean on everyone’s strengths and innovative ideas. Prior to her role in ITS, she served as an Instructional Technology Specialist for the St. Norbert Teacher Education discipline. She brings over 25 years of experience in Instructional Technology working in both higher ed and K-12, motivating teachers to transform their teaching with technology.  She holds a BA from St. Norbert College in math/computer science with secondary education certification, and an MA from Viterbo University in education. She received her Certificate in Spatial Literacy from the University of Redlands, participated in T3: Teachers Teaching Teachers GIS at ESRI and was part of the Geo Teachers Institute at Google. Her interest in geotechnologies stems from her love of maps – a perfect combination of math, technology, geography and art. One of her favorite things is squeezing in some geocaching while camping with her family!

Nick Plank

Instructional Technologist

As an Instructional Technologist, Nick helps Faculty implement and integrate technology into their courses. When he graduated from St. Norbert in 2014 (BA English), Nick worked as an IT professional at a large printing company in the Milwaukee area for 6 years.  Nick thinks it’s interesting how different organizations can leverage similar technologies to meet similar goals.  St. Norbert and a massive printing company couldn’t be much more different, but the technology that drives both organizations has so many similarities.  Integrating emergent technologies, and maintaining foundational systems keeps Nick busy and excited.  Outside of work, you might find Nick at a disc golf course in De Pere or Green Bay.  Nick has sung in various groups, like the Dudley Birder Choral, and plays trombone in St. Norbert’s Jazz Ensemble. Since moving into his house and building a deck, Nick finds it difficult to not want to cook on his 22” Weber every night for dinner.

Portrait of Nick Plank

Molly Lucareli

Instructional Designer
As Instructional Designer, Molly Lucareli collaborates with faculty and staff with course design, assignments, assessments, and techniques for student engagement to elevate learning. If you have a vision for your course, Molly will help it become a reality! Molly earned her B. S in Elementary Education from St. Norbert College in 2012 and has spent the last decade working in K-12 public education where she has earned the honor of “Golden Apple: Teacher of Distinction” twice. Molly strives to help learners identify their goals by finding creative solutions and collaborating together with integrity. She believes people are stronger when they build off each other’s strengths and grow as individuals to better serve others. In 2020, Molly earned her M. Ed. in Educational Technology from the American College of Education. Her love of educational technology integration stemmed from a course she took in undergrad taught by Krissy Lukens! Molly is also a certified Arts Integration Specialist from The Institute for Arts Integration and Steam where she serves as an Educator-in -Residence. Molly had the honor of being an inaugural speaker at SNC Talks where she shared how “Creativity Can Change the World” In her spare time, Molly loves to perform in SNC Summer Stage, assist with SNC Next Stage, travel with her husband, and take way too many pictures of her dog, Milo.

Annicka Rabida

Instructional Technologist

Annicka Rabida started her journey at St. Norbert College back in August of 2017 when she started taking classes as a freshman. Fast forward four years and she graduated in May of 2021 with a Computer Science and Graphic Design Bachelor’s Degree. Annicka went on to become the Service Desk Specialist here at St. Norbert before joining the Educational Technology team as the Instructional Technologist. In this role, she manages the Tech Bar, including the Tech Bar Studio, assists faculty with incorporating technology into course design. In her spare time you can find her cuddling up with her cats and a good book.

Portrait of Annicka Rabida

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