Greetings from Connie Sitterley in NW Pennsylvania.

After 36 years as an educator, I retired in August, 2009. I continue to practice my passion for technology in education by providing professional development and consultation with schools as well as helping adult learners use technology in their daily lives.

My husband and I are involved in our community and church and enjoy travelling when we can. Visits to our children and their families in Ohio, Alabama and Pennsylvania are common destinations but we also enjoy time in the Smokey Mountains of Tennessee. Music is a very big part of my life and I also enjoy creating items by quilling.

This site will serve as a gathering place for the many projects I have going in my retirement. The links will take you to resources for technology use as well as to information about our 130 year old Scottish-style home.

A brief history

I am a life-long educator with 36 years of experience in public education. The first 24 years were spent with Learning Support students in grades 3-8. The remainder of my career was spent as a Technologist and Director of Instructional Technology for the same district.

I hold an Instructional Technology Specialist Certificate from Penn State University and was a 2009 recipient of the Ero W Davidson Award from PAECT and the Extra Mile Award from NPAECT. I served as President of NPAECT in 2007-2008.

My current work

Now that I have retired, I plan to share my passion for learning and technology tools with educators and community members.


Resources, learning opportunities and information for using technology in education.


Corry, PA Higher Ed Council:

I will be instructing several sessions for the Corry (PA) Higher Ed Council which reaches out to local community and employers to enhance skills.


My Contact Information

Please feel free to contact me via the contact form or by sending me an email or voicemail.

NW Pennsylvania