Scott McKane joined the staff of the Center for Teaching and Learning in September 2014. As the Programming and Classroom-Support Specialist at the Center for Teaching and Learning, Scott works with the rest of the classroom-support team to provide multimedia training and on-call technical support for instructors teaching in University-managed classrooms.
Scott also lends his programming expertise to maintaining the Crestron multimedia-control systems in the classrooms. His projects include developing energy-saving programming solutions and working with outside vendors to ensure that the control systems function correctly.
Previously, Scott worked as a learning-spaces specialist for Information Technology Services at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. His expertise in this role included knowledge of computer hardware and software, as well as Crestron programming and AV installations. Prior to this position, he worked as an application developer for Plant and Service Operations – Information Technology at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. His focus in this role was on GUI development, software implementation, and database management.
Scott earned an Associate of Technology degree with honors in precision machining technology from Rankin Technical College in 1996 and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Southern Illinois University in 2006.