- EDPSY 514 A: History & Foundations of Educational Technology
- EDPSY 581 B: Digital Literacies Research Group Seminar (Co-instructor)
- EDPSY 581 F: Digital Ethnography Research Group Seminar (Co-instructor)
- EDPSY 581 E: Digital Media in Teacher Education Research Group Seminar (Co-instructor)
Ph.D. University of Washington, 2012
M.S., Curriculum & Instructional Technology; Iowa State University, 2003
B.S., Elementary Education; Iowa State University, 2000
As the Director of Information & Learning Technologies for the College of Education at the University of Washington I overseeing the technology support team, work with faculty and graduate students around technology and instructional design to systematically supporting the integration of technology into the academic and research work of the College.
Originally from the Midwest, I relocated in 2003 to follow my passion for the outdoors. In 2000, I earned a B.S. degree in Elementary Education and a M.S. degree in Curriculum and Instructional Technology in 2003 from Iowa State University. While at ISU, I worked at the Center for Technology in Learning and Teaching (CTLT), mentoring faculty and teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in educational technology. These early experiences teaching and learning, particularly with technology, have shaped his professional passions.
In June of 2012, I earned his Ph.D. in Educational Communications and Technology from the University of Washington. My academic interests are in the areas of teacher education, philosophy of technology, Critical Theory, and educational technology
I considers himself an outdoor junkie and feels breaks from technology are important. He enjoys trail running, hiking, backpacking and traveling with his family in their VW campervan.