Who am I? A Tennessee native now living in Athens, GA. I have a Ph.D. in Instructional Technology and I have been a professor at Georgia College (down in Milledgeville) for the past thirteen years. I work in the College of Education, teaching future teachers (both undergraduate and graduate students) how to use technology with their students. I also teach multimedia courses to graduate students, including topics such as: digital photography, video editing, podcasting, web development, and other related content. Sound like an interesting career? Get in touch with me and I will be happy to tell you about our programs. I love what I do, and it segues well into my hobbies, which are generally on the creative side.
Many of my more creative endeavors have led to some excellent opportunities over the past 15-20 years, and the most recent was my selection as an Apple Distinguished Educator. I’m a member of the ADE class of 2015 and I got to spend a week with Apple down in Miami, developing my skills and ideas for some innovative uses of technology in the classroom and community. This led to my current project, which is a partnership with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources to develop a digital textbook for teaching science and history in the K-12 classroom. The book focuses on the state parks of Georgia, so I have had (and will continue to have) the opportunity to travel all over the state, visiting parks, shooting video, taking photos, and working with park personnel. The book
should be released in late 2016 or early 2017 is now available and is free for all to download!
When I am not working with technology, you can find me with my beautiful wife and two young boys. We spend a lot of time up in the mountains, as we all love the great outdoors and the tranquility that can be found in the high elevations. You will no doubt see plenty of scenic photos on this site, and many of them will be taken around some of our favorite areas of North Georgia.