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Phillip D. Long (University of Texas at Austin)

Phillip D. Long
Assoc. Vice Provos for Learning Sciences

Austin, Texas
UNITED STATES

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Biography

Phil is the Associate Vice Provost for Learning Sciences and Deputy Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning, Clinical Professor in Educational Psychology and in the School of Information, at the University of Texas, Austin. Dr. Long provides leadership to the university’s strategy for technology enhanced learning. Phil contributes leadership to UTx, the local implementation of the edX MOOCs, the UT learning analytics initiative & design of learning environments.

Phil’s current research interests focus on active & blended learning pedagogies, remote laboratories, emerging technologies and the analytics that can be captured by instrumenting interactions in both virtual and environments with the goal of informing learner decision-making.

Prof. Long’s professional collaborations are eclectic and international, including leadership roles in the acronym soup of SoLAR, edX, the NMC, and AAEEBL.

He is a lapsed biologist now learning scientist focused on emerging technologies, the cognitive interactions with them, & the spaces, physical and virtual wherein they occur.

EDUCAUSE Involvement

  • Constituent Group Leaders
    Member , 2005

Publications

EDUCAUSE Review Online
September 2011
EDUCAUSE Review Magazine (Archives)
January 2005
EDUCAUSE Review Magazine (Archives)
January 2005
EDUCAUSE Review
January 2002
EDUCAUSE Review
January 2001
 

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