Cassidy Hall is the director the Doceo Center for Innovation + Learning, as well as an associate professor of learning technologies in the University of Idaho’s Curriculum and Instruction Department. Hall spent the last six years supporting technology integration and delivering professional development to K-12 teachers and administrators throughout the state of Idaho. She dedicated 15 years to working in public education in Pennsylvania prior relocating to Idaho. After earning a Bachelor of Science in Broadcast Journalism from West Virginia University, she pursued teaching certification and taught high school English for nine years. She received a Master of Education in School Library and Information Technologies in 2006 from Mansfield University in Pennsylvania. Hall spent the next six years working as a media specialist, technology integration coach and instructional coach at a rural school district in Southwestern Pennsylvania. She received training to support her coaching roles through Classrooms for the Future, Pennsylvania Institute for Instructional Coaching and the Penn Literacy Network. She brings extensive experience of one-on-one collaboration with teachers faculty in integrating technology in K-12 and higher ed classrooms and offering ongoing professional development to support technology integration. Hall's research interests focus on technology integration in K-12 and higher education classrooms with emphasis on technologies to support students with special needs.