Calum Hotchkiss is a graduate of the University of Windsor's Communication, Media and Film program. He is currently completing his Masters in Fine Arts at the University of Windsor's School of Creative Arts in the Film and Media Arts program.

Austin Mejia is an alumnus of the University of Windsor, having graduated with a B.A. in Political Science & Economics in 2018. Since then, he has also completed an M.A. in International Affairs at Carleton University and is currently working for Employment and Social Development Canada as a Junior Evaluation Officer. Austin is passionate about reading and learning, and he is especially interested in how cognitive biases affect how a person understands the world around them.

Peter provides expertise in the area of multimedia in support of CTL programs, website design, and special events. He has been doing graphic and web design for about 20 years. He is a graduate of Print Journalism and Digital Media from Conestoga College, and Communication, Media and Film from the University of Windsor.

Dr. Veronika Mogyorody is the founder and past coordinator of the interdisciplinary Visual Arts and the Built Environment [VABE] program associated with the University of Windsor's School of Creative Arts, and the University of Detroit Mercy's School of Architecture. Recognized for her educational leadership, Dr. Mogyorody has been honored with a 3M National Teaching Fellowship and awarded the Brightspace Teaching and Learning Innovation Award. She is currently a Teaching and Learning Senior Fellow at the Centre for Teaching and Learning.

Dr. Chitra Rangan is a Professor of Physics at the University of Windsor, Canada. A University of Windsor Teaching Leadership Chair, she run the community of practice PEARLS: Promoters of Experiential and Active Research-Based Learning in Science. She is experienced in developing online courses, and is winner of the 2019 Alan Wright Award for Exemplary Online and Technology-Enhanced Teaching. She may be contacted by email at rangan@uwindsor.ca.

Dr. Erika Kustra joined the University of Windsor as the Director of Teaching and Learning Development, Centre for Teaching and Learning in 2008. She is the Past-Chair of the Canadian Educational Developers Caucus (EDC), on the Board for the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education's (STLHE), and has been in educational development for over 20 years, beginning part-time in 1997, full-time in 1999. Erika completed her post-doctoral work in physiological psychology at McMaster University, and was an educational developer in the Centre for Leadership in Learning there for ten years. She has taught university-level small and large classes with undergraduates, graduates and faculty using a variety of active learning methods including discussions, inquiry and problem-based learning, labs, and demonstrations. She co-authored guides on Leading Effective Discussions, Learning Outcomes Assessment and Educational Developer’s Portfolio; and publishes on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, educational development, and teaching culture. She is leading a multi-institutional SSHRC grant exploring teaching culture. Erika was part of a collaborative team that won the Alan Blizzard Teaching Award, and has received the Leadership Award at the University of Windsor.