G. Christopher Clark



Assistant Director and Learning Technology Lab coordinator

Chris Clark earned a BA in Spanish from Cornell and an MA in education from the University of Rochester. Chris joined the Kaneb Center staff in 2001 after working four years in the OIT. He was previously Director of Educational Technology at the Culver Academies, but his original calling was as a high school Spanish teacher.

Chris works in the Learning Technology Lab, helping faculty integrate technology into their courses. He also organizes summer reading groups and edits the blog NspireD2 - Learning Technology in Higher Ed. In 2003-2004 Chris worked on the successful Tablet PC Initiative, and in 2007-2008 led the Faculty Learning Community on Virtual Worlds. He recently co-edited Teaching With Technology, Volume 2: The Stories Continue. and is currently exploring development of content and applications for mobile devices.

Chris regularly teaches CAPP 30523, "Applied Multimedia Technology", where students learn to create and critique a variety of media. In summer 2009 he taught "Spanish Culture through Digital Technology" in Toledo, Spain (in Spanish). He has presented workshops at national conferences and published a number of articles on computer education.