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Associate Director, Learning, Research & Technology
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Seelye Hall, B8B
M.A., Educational Communications & Technology, New York University
B.A., Smith College
Yasmin is a member of the Learning, Research and Technology (LRT) team, with oversight of the academic technology group. In collaboration with LRT and institutional partners, she provides consultation on innovative, effective and pedagogically appropriate ways to incorporate technology into teaching, learning and scholarship. She encourages exploration of current and emerging technologies through pilot programs, and facilitates the use and adoption of vetted tools into Smith’s academic technology ecosystem.
Yasmin has worked in educational technology and media for over twenty years. She’s co-authored 400+ lesson plans for The New York Times Learning Network and blogged for The Family Online Safety Institute and EmbraceRace.
Teaching and learning; digital pedagogy and scholarship; student success; emerging technologies; equity, inclusion and algorithmic accountability
Committee on Mission and Priorities, Sherrerd Center for Teaching and Learning Advisory Board, ITS Extended Leadership Team, New Neilson Library Design Team
Yasmin Chin Eisenhauer, “Digital Sandbox: A Hands-On Exploration of Learning Technologies” (presentation, Sherrerd Center for Teaching and Learning, Smith College, Northampton, MA, April 20, 2018).
Yasmin Chin Eisenhauer, "What's in a Name?" interview with Margaret Bruzelius and Dwight Hamilton, Educational Technology at Smith College, podcast audio, May 19, 2017.
Yasmin Chin Eisenhauer, Alexandra Martines and Naomi Miller, “This Rough Magic: Piloting Digital Technology in the Shakespeare Classroom” (presentation, English Department, Literary Luncheon, Smith College, Northampton, MA, February 16, 2017).
Yasmin Chin Eisenhauer and Alexandra Martines, “Paper and Pixels: Mobile Learning Practices at Smith College” (presentation, Blended Learning in the Liberal Arts Conference, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA, May 18, 2016).
Yasmin Chin Eisenhauer and Deborah Keisch, “Disrupting the Technology Adoption Spectrum: Thinking Creatively About Faculty Technology Use” (presentation, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative Annual Meeting, February 3, 2016).
Alumnae Association of Smith College (AASC), Director Emerita; EDUCAUSE; NorthEast Regional Computing Program (NERCOMP)