Ashley Butler is the CIP’s digital media instructional technologist, a role that supports faculty in implementing best practices in digital media usage in the classroom.

Before coming to Kenyon, she worked as an instructional developer for Purdue University Libraries’ faculty, specializing in creating video tutorials and assisting faculty in finding educational tools best suited for their pedagogical goals. In addition to a BA in English and Psychology from Otterbein College (now University) where she was able to work closely with faculty in both subjects, she also has a MA in English with two years of university teaching experience from Purdue University, where she taught Introductory Composition with a Rhet/Comp focus.

She hopes that her roots in the liberal arts and her composition teaching experience will lend itself well to assisting faculty in creating engaging multimedia projects and compositions in an age where technological literacy is increasingly important.

Areas of Expertise

Digital storytelling, digital media training, instructional technology


2013 — Master of Arts from Purdue Univ West Lafayette

2010 — Bachelor of Arts from Otterbein College