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Bill Corrigan (University of Texas at Austin)

Bill Corrigan
Online Learning Project Manager, College of Liberal Arts

Austin, Texas

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Bill Corrigan has focused his career on making the best use of technology in Higher Education, adapting to the constant changes in delivering quality programs through distance learning methodologies and helping faculty to utilize technology in their courses. He started by putting engineering courses on cable TV at the University of Washington for nine years. He then developed a technical infrastructure for delivering nursing programs through a compressed video network at the University of Kansas Medical Center. After that, he worked at the Center for Advanced Technology in Education at the University of Oregon, where he was involved in training teachers to use technology in the classroom, developed a hypertext literacy support program for hearing impaired children and created a model database-driven World Wide Web site for use in standards-based curricula. Then he was fortunate to get back to Seattle and the University of Washington, where for nine years he directed the efforts of UW Extension in the development and delivery of certificate programs and courses via web technologies and other appropriate means. In 2010, he is developed e-Learning for K-12 principals and superintendents for the Center for Education Leadership out of College of Education. In 2012, he led the Instructional Technology efforts in the College of Natural Sciences at the University of Texas at Austin.

Currently he is managing online learning projects for the College of Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services at UT Austin

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