B.S., 2005, Indiana University; M.S., 2009, Indiana University; Ed.D., 2013 (expected), Indiana Wesleyan University
Ed joined the law library team in 2012 as the Instructional Technology Specialist. His responsibilities include evaluating and coordinating instructional technology for the law library, as well as faculty support with learning technologies. Some of the learning technologies supported include Adobe Captivate®, Adobe Presenter®, Articulate Storyline®, and Oncourse®. Ed also led the implementation of the QuestionPoint® reference communication system and the use of Microsoft SharePoint® at the library.
Ed is an Adjunct Faculty member in the Technology Leadership and Communication department in the School of Engineering and Technology. He currently teaches Labor/Management Relations and Applied Leadership and is completing his Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership at Indiana Wesleyan University. He recently completed his coursework and is now writing his dissertation entitled Exploring Leadership Behaviors and Faculty Use of Learning Management Systems (LMS) in Two Midwestern Universities.
Ed’s professional background includes more than 18 years of private sector leadership experience as well as customer service, training, development and instructional design.
“Dialogue and Leadership in Adult Education,” American Association for Adult and Continuing Education 60th Annual Conference 2011, November 4, 2011, Indianapolis, Indiana (Presenter).