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Brian Burchett, University of Notre Dame

Brian Burchett currently manages the Technology Enhanced Learning Spaces group for the Office of Information Technologies at the University of Notre Dame.  The Learning Spaces group supports faculty and students as they use classrooms, computer labs, and other venues.  They install and configure audio-visual systems in registrar-controlled classrooms on campus, and also work directly with faculty to support them as they teach.  Brian thinks of himself an educator working in an IT organization helping to build bridges between those two worlds.  Away from work you might find Brian tending to his garden, strumming on a mandolin, or tinkering on an old tractor.


Evan Gilmore, Indiana Wesleyan University

Evan Gilmore is a Technology &New Media Specialist at Indiana Wesleyan University.  With an extensive background in AV and multimedia consulting and support, Evan has worked with studios, companies, schools and universities across the country to design and support audio systems for production, live sound, and reinforcement. He currently works as a Technology and New Media Specialist at Indiana Wesleyan University's Office of Institutional Media Technologies, researching and developing tools and resources in order to integrate emerging technologies and AV solutions into the classroom. You can contact Evan, as well as access additional resources at evangilmore.com.


Corey Ray, Wichita State University

Corey Ray is the manager of Instructional Technology in the Media Resources Center at Wichita State University. While Corey’s primary role is to support faculty development as it relates to technology, he also teaches History courses online including History to 1500 and Introduction to Ancient Egypt. His primary interest revolves around identifying new solutions for enhancing the teaching and learning environment and working to stimulate the sharing of this knowledge as well as experiences between all institutions of higher learning. He also works closely with solution providers to help shape road maps by fostering direct engagement with engineers and development teams to best meet the needs of faculty and students.


Mark McCallister, University of Florida (Moderator)

Mark McCallister is Associate Director of the Office of Academic Technology at the University of Florida. Areas under his supervision include classroom technology support, video & collaboration services, A/V installation services, learning space design, computer labs & classrooms, optical mark recognition scanning and scoring, support of workstation hardware and software, and software application & desktop virtualization. He served as President of CCUMC: Leadership in Media & Academic Technology in 2010‐2011, and in other roles on CCUMC's Board of Directors from 2008‐2012. Mark holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Master of Education in Higher Education Administration, and is currently working toward a Ph.D. in Educational Technology.