King's College

Work History

Current and past work history of Jayne Klenner.

King's College

2011 - Present Associate Professor of Computers & Information Systems Part of team that brought SAP to King’s to work with ERP in the management of information systems area. 2005 – 2011 Associate Professor of Mass Communication, tenured in this department in 2005. 1997 – 2005 Assistant Professor of Mass Communications 1995 – 1997 Instructional Designer

The Pennsylvania State University

2015 – 2017 Adjunct Professor, Worthington Scranton Campus 1999 - 2000 Instructional Designer, University Park, World Campus 1995 – 1997 Adjunct Web Development Continuing Education department, Wilkes-Barre campus.

Bloomsburgh University

2013- 2014 – Adjunct Pool for the Institute of Instructional Technology Teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in instructional technology.

CIS 251 Student Websites

Spring semester of the 2017 - 2018 school year Professor Klenner had her students make their own website. This website included basic information of the student but also included professional information like a resume.

Olivia Williams

Olivia's Site

Natasha Rostova

Natasha's Site

Alec Rothrock

Alec's Site

Anthony Rabbito

Anthony's Site

Joseph DeMace

Joseph's Site

Cooper Johnson

Site Under Construction

Contributions to the Community

  • Eucharistic Minister

  • Network Administrator for the Catholic Communities of Dallas and Harveys Lake

  • Homebound and hospital visit ministry

  • Volunteer Sheriff’s Deputy Luzerne County Counselor for the Fr. Lackenmier Merit Badge College

Jayne Klenner

My greatest strength is the ability to adapt, improvise, and achieve. Working with technology for many years, I have learned to always be learning. I have been blessed with the ability to implement and adapt to change, which has included the introduction of the programs and tools for ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) Tableau Software for data visualization and analytics, and GIS (Geographic Information Systems) at King’s College. To use a sports analogy, I am a utility player – I will do the job at any position to the best of my ability. My professional focuses are data visualization, human – computer interaction, and information systems. I enjoy creating engaging instructional environments in which students and my fellow instructional community share in this appreciation and learn more about how to maximize the potential of the vast amounts of data currently in service.