Professor, Department of Career and Information Studies (Learning, Design, and Technology)
Lloyd Rieber's research interests include understanding students' subjectivity in the classroom using Q methodology, online education, and accessibility. He explores these topics through the lens of design thinking. He has written design cases on the use of Q sorts in teaching and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). He has also written extensively on microwords, simulations, and games.
Lloyd Rieber is a Professor of Learning, Design, and Technology at the University of Georgia. He was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He was a public school teacher in New Mexico before completing his Ph.D. at Penn State in 1987. He was on the faculty at Texas A&M University for six years before joining the UGA faculty in 1993.
|Ph.D.||Instructional Systems||The Pennsylvania State University||1987|
|M.S.||Curriculum and Instruction/Math Education||University of New Mexico||1983|
|B.S.||Elementary Education||University of Pittsburgh||1979|
|2014||Best Practice Award for the Massive Open Online Course “Statistics in Education for Mere Mortals"||Association for Educational Communications and Technology|
|2010||Distinguished Service Award||Association for Educational Communications and Technology|
|2006||Outstanding Practice Award for the Online Game “In Search of Lost Wisdom"||Association for Educational Communications and Technology|
|2004||Outstanding Practice Award for the Online Instructional Design Activity Workspace||Association for Educational Communications and Technology|