Toby Woll is Director of Learning Technology Initiatives at the MIT Sloan School of Management. In this newly created position, Woll is responsible for managing new Sloan initiatives in which technology is being used to deliver and enhance the educational experiences both on and off campus. Woll works with participating faculty, subcontractors, sponsoring companies, and the supporting services within Sloan. In addition, she provides an interface with other MIT departments working in the area of educational technology. Woll was previously the Director of the Sloan Fellows Program at the Sloan School of Management.
Prior to coming to MIT, Toby Woll was the Executive Director of the Center for Quality of Management, an international consortium of companies and universities working together to study and implement management systems. Woll has worked extensively in information technology. Originally a systems engineer and instructor at IBM, she founded and was a principal of a computer consulting group that designed and implemented mainframe and micro computer applications. She taught the use of computers as a management tool in industry and as an integral part of university-based management education programs. She has a B.A. from Bryn Mawr College and was named a CQM Fellow in 1997.
Lecture 7: Educational Technology Initiatives in Business Education in the Sloan School of Management, MIT
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