Gemma Scott, M.Ed.

Gemma Scott is an Instructional Designer with the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL) at the University of Maine.

Gemma has a B.A. in Visual and Media Arts with a minor in Women’s and Gender Studies from Emerson College. She also has a Masters Certificate in Film and Media preservation from the L. Jeffrey Selznick School of Film Preservation at George Eastman House. Gemma’s early professional experience ranges from documentary and narrative filmmaking to media preservation and custom design and manufacturing of archival storage for Integrated Circuits and Hard Disc Drives.

Gemma came to Maine in 2007 to work as a media archivist at Northeast Historic Film. In 2013 she came to work in the College of Education and Human Development at UMaine as a Graduate Assistant in Instructional Technology in conjunction with her graduate studies. After graduating in 2016 with her M.Ed in Instructional Technology Gemma worked in a variety of teaching and support positions in library and educational environments. Before joining the Instructional Design Team in the CITL Gemma worked at the Maine Math and Science Alliance as the Technology Education Specialist on two National Science Foundation research projects called AR Girls and Exploring Computer Science. Gemma has taught classes in formal and informal learning environments, including an undergraduate course at Burlington College as well as a variety of independent youth media production programs.