Cheryl Neal is an Instructional Technologist supporting instructors and students using multiple digital tools to collaborate and build community. She is passionate about learning new technologies and making complex and intimidating technological concepts and applications more accessible to new users.
Cheryl previously worked for the UA’s University Libraries, where she gained a wide range of experience with managing multiple services, including course streaming video, interlibrary loan, and document delivery. She’s built strong relationships with colleagues across campus and has an extensive background in piloting new technologies and improving service delivery.
She’s a second-generation Arizona native and long-time Wildcat fan, having earned a Bachelor of Science in Regional Development (Geography) from the UA. Cheryl enjoys volunteering in her spare time, streaming the latest sci-fi shows, and trying out new recipes.
Did you know that our university offers an online self-publishing tool? The University Libraries and UCATT have partnered to offer Pressbooks.