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Richard J. Bazile (Miles College)

Richard J. Bazile
Assistant Director of Information Technology

Fairfield, Alabama
UNITED STATES

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Biography

Richard is currently the Assistant Director of Information Technology at Miles College, he assists with college-wide coordination of learning technology services, applications, and administrative and educational support services. He serves as system administrator for related learning solutions and online learning management systems and is accountable for all associated technical and end user support responsibilities.

He was previously the Dean for Learning Resources in Florida where he provided leadership, direction and support for Learning Resources and personnel. Areas of responsibility were the Library, Computer Lab, Tutoring Services, Media Services, Office of Professional Development, and E-Learning.

Richard is a fellow in Harvard University's Administrative Fellowship Program for the year 2010-2011 as the Communications Fellow in the Division of Science. http://diversity.harvard.edu/pages/fellowship

Richard Jean Bazile, B.A. in Social Science (DePaul University), M.A. in History (Chicago State University), and M.S. in Library and Information Science (University of Illinois-Urbana). Richard previous positions are based in technology, information science, and the management of people in academia. Those positions previously held are, Director Information Systems & Technical Services, Director of Learning & Instructional Services, and Assistant Director of Library Information Systems. Through his varied experiences he acquired skills in all phases of managing information and people, including, administration, budgeting, assessment, and supervision.

EDUCAUSE Involvement

  • Constituent Group Leaders
    Member , 2014
  • EDUCAUSE Review Online Reviewers
    Member , 2014 - 2015
  • EDUCAUSE 2016 Program Committee
    Member , 2015 - 2016

Publications

Articles
December 2011
 

Presentations