Lemond Hall named Director of Instructional Technology at SGTC.
Lemond Hall named Director of Instructional Technology
Wednesday September 12, 2012
Harold Lemond Hall of Cordele has been named Director of Instructional Technology at South Georgia Technical College, announced SGTC President Sparky Reeves recently.
Hall has been serving as the Director of Evening Operations at South Georgia Tech since 2006. He has also worked as a Computer Information Systems Instructor at South Georgia Technical College and as an After School Coordinator with the Department of Juvenile Justice in Americus.
Prior to working as a CIS instructor at South Georgia Technical College in 2001, Hall also served as the Director of Adult Literacy and as the Dropout Prevention Coordinator for the LEARNetwork in Cordele.
“This was a great opportunity for South Georgia Technical College to promote from within and recognize an individual who has been instrumental in the success of the college as an instructor and an administrator, said President Reeves. “Lemond has experience in the classroom, with distance education, and with administration. We feel that he will give us the experience that we need in this new position.”
As the Director of Instructional Technology, Hall will be responsible for all administrative and academic functions related to alternative delivery methods, specifically online courses and programs. This will include course scheduling, technical training and orientation for all faculty and students using this delivery method, supervision of alternative delivery method faculty, and ongoing assessment and evaluation of courses and faculty. He will also be responsible for maintaining and updating the media by which the courses are delivered as well as researching and identifying new means of course delivery using advanced technologies.
Hall will also be responsible for student assessments and counseling of new and returning students. He will assess incoming students for placement, use diagnostic tools to identify strengths and areas of need in order to strengthen student potential for success and other related duties. He will also be responsible for tracking and counseling existing students to improve college retention. He will report to the Vice President for Academic Affairs.
Hall received his Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Georgia Southwestern State University in 1998 and then attended Florida State University where he earned his Networking Professional NT 4.0 Certificate. During his studies at Florida State, he installed and configured NT Server, NT Workstation, SQL Server, TCP/IP Remote Access Server, and learning Networking Essentials and Enterprise Technologies.
He enrolled at South Georgia Technical College next and earned his Networking Specialist Diploma in 2004. He continued his education and earned a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix in 2009 and is expected to complete his Ed.D. from the University of Phoenix in 2013.
Hall is married to Teketa Hall and he has two children, Kahai, 20, a junior at Morehouse College, and Langston, 4.