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Instructional Resource Center

Cody McCoy

In 2015, I received a Bachelors degree from the Human Development and Family Studies program at Kent State University. I am now enrolled in Kent State's Clinical Mental Health Counseling Masters Program. 


I am currently pursing a dual Master's degree in School Librarianship and Instructional Technology (MLIS/MEd) to help me achieve my career goal of being a high school library media specialist or technology teacher. 

Brittany Boyle

As the Assessment Graduate Assistant, I am responsible for maintaining and having a good understanding of the assessment test kits and protocols within the Instructional Resource Center (IRC). I inventory, organize, and order test kits and protocols as necessary. I also work closely with the School Psychology and Special Education faculty and students to ensure that the IRC has the appropriate assessment training materials for their classes. I earned my Bachelor's degree from Edinboro University in Psychology.

Julee Henry

Julee A. Henry manages the Instructional Resource Center and assists with distance learning for the College of Education, Health, and Human Services. In addition, Julee teaches Instructional Technology workshops relating to social networking in education and 21st Century skills for educators. She earned both her bachelor's degree and master's degree from Kent State University.