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Bernadette B. McMahon

Senior Enterprise Project Manager

Jenzabar Inc

HQ Phone:  (617) 492-9099

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Jenzabar Inc

101 Huntington Ave Ste 2205

Boston, Massachusetts,02199

United States

Company Description

Jenzabar student information systems have been chosen more often than any other SIS over the past five years. Exclusively serving higher education, Jenzabar software and services are designed to drive higher performance in every department at your institution....more

Background Information

Employment History

CAMP Conferences Inc


Associate Vice President Information Technology and Chief Information Officer

Columbia College


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Notable Past CAMP Speakers

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Bernadette McMahon, CIO, Columbia College Chicago


Columbia College Chicago improves student experience with TimeTrade | TimeTrade

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"We grew our student body significantly over the last 4 years - almost 15 percent," said Bernadette McMahon, Associate VP Information Technology and CIO for CCC.


Columbia College Chicago - SLATE Group

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Bernadette McMahon
bbm@colum.edu 312.369.7436


columbiachronicle.com

Academic departments throughout campus have requested the new version of Lynda.com so students can track their progress online, according to Bernadette McMahon, associate vice president and chief information officer in the Information Technology Department.
"We've tried a couple of other options internally in IT, and no one was as extensive as Lynda.com," McMahon said. "We haven't found anybody who compares to the number and the depth of their tools and how they keep adding." The website's new features include bookmarking, which allows students to store their place in a tutorial to come back to it later, and completion certifications, given at the end of a tutorial. These functions make for a better learning experience and will help future plans to be created more efficiently, McMahon said. When the website came up with the model upgrade, it was a matter of figuring out a way to implement it in the Columbia environment, McMahon said. Although an individual license at competitor Atomic Learning is cheaper, Lynda.com offers 89,000 instructional videos compared to approximately 200 at Atomic Learning. The IT Department will be able to monitor who accesses the website and how many students from each department are using it, according to McMahon. According to the IT Department, as long as the number of users remains constant-847 as of press time-the tool will be available. So far, participation is high, McMahon said. McMahon said. The A&D, Film & Video and Television departments are encouraging their students to use Lynda.com, McMahon said.


campustechnology.com

"The majority of our academic programs are digital in nature, and students need to be able to access and move large files over the network," noted CIO and Associate Vice President Bernadette McMahon.
Previously, students had to walk large audio and media files between classes, she said. "With dark fiber, students can move and access their course files with a click of a mouse from any building on campus." She added that the college expects to recoup its infrastructure investment within three years, and it will reinvest those savings in new classroom technology. The higher capacity network, which is dedicated to the college and will be completed this winter, will connect 15 buildings. Built in a ring topology with independent connections between buildings, the network will reroute data if one section is cut or fails, according to Sidera in a statement. "Dark fiber will change our connectivity and infrastructure for the better, providing a truly digital environment that our media arts students expect," McMahon said.


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