G. Christopher Clark
Chris Clark is Assistant Director of the Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Notre Dame. Previously, he was Director of Educational Technology at the Culver Academies, and his original calling was as a high school Spanish teacher. For twenty-five years Chris has been helping faculty integrate technology into their courses. He writes for the blog “NspireD2” and regularly teaches “Applied Multimedia Technology”, where students learn to critique and create web-based media.
Sherry A. Clouser
Sherry Clouser is Coordinator of Instructional and Distance Technologies in the Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Georgia. The Center provides instructional technology and teaching support for faculty, teaching assistants, and staff at the University of Georgia. Sherry supports a variety of faculty development efforts on campus. A graduate of Virginia Tech and Purdue University, Sherry earned her doctorate from the Department of Adult Education at UGA.