Professor, Department of Career and Information Studies (Learning, Design, and Technology)
Since receiving his Ph.D. at The Pennsylvania State University, he has been leading a series of research and development projects for case-based e-learning and real-world problem solving in higher education. Through his multi-disciplinary collaborations with leading scholars in the areas of human medicine, veterinary medicine, engineering, agricultural science, and teacher education, he investigates effective ways of promoting and evaluating the development of learners' real-world problem solving abilities.
|Ph.D.||Instructional Systems||The Pennsylvania State University||2002|
|2013||Jerrold Kemp Endowed Lecture Series Award||Association of Educational Communications and Technology|
|2007||Outstanding Practices Awards||Association of Educational Communications and Technology|