Pennington is an experienced project manager, educational technology consultant, and digital media producer with a background in information technology, higher education, and digital archiving. He has extensive audio, video, and educational technology experience at archives, museums, and universities in both the Global South and the United States. He has led multiple teams in several countries, on site and online, and is adept at working with faculty and students in multi-institute, international, and multi-lingual efforts.
In his work, Pennington has consulted widely with educational, governmental, and non-governmental organizations on digitizing endangered and/or rare cultural resources for both preservation and online access for education and research. He is adept at combining this work with initiatives to increase access to primary sources online, to help incorporate these resources into curricula, and to meet stated project goals. Scott is currently the Humanities Liaison at the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology at the University of Richmond.