Preparing Boys for Life.


Welcome to the Department of Information and Instructional Technology.

Technology plays a critical role in 21st century learning. In support of the School’s mission, we strive to equip the Haverford community with current, high quality, and secure technology-based services. We seek to provide a learning environment which enhances the classroom experience, improves educational outcomes, and stimulates the growing connection between technology and learning. With the goal of preparing young men to live and work in a dynamic global society, we use state-of-the-art resources to provide the most effective and efficient technology solutions for all instructional and administrative technology needs.

Instructional Technology

The Haverford School Instructional Technology

In preparing our students for a world in which using digital technology seems most certain, Haverford’s academic technology focuses on the thoughtful, intentional and balanced integration of digital-age best practices with specific learning goals. We focus on supporting our students in developing healthy, functional relationships with technology and provide opportunities to use technology for research, critical thinking, problem solving, decision-making and innovation.



The IIT Department provides technical support for faculty, staff, and administration in their use of computing devices, meeting rooms, A/V equipment, application software, and communication devices. We provide instruction and support for faculty and students in educational software and best practices for the effective use of instructional technology to advance student learning.


Technology Infrastructure



Help Desk

Andrea Drinkwine

Director of Information & Instructional Technology

Dennis Topo

Network Administrator
610-642-3020 x1263

Matt Olson

Technology Services Coordinator
610-642-3020 x1279

Julie Adams

Software Support / Tech Coach
610-642-3020 x1287

The Haverford School Student Tech Advisory Group


Our Student Technology Advisory Group (STAG) involves students as a vital part of our technology initiatives. STAG enables students to become agents for change, enhance their own learning, and support others in the process. This group of student technology mentors and leaders functions as a liaison between the IIT Department and the students, and provides the student voice around the best use of technology in service of teaching and learning at Haverford.