Alan D. Greenberg leads the Wainhouse Research Distance Education and e-Learning practice and has published reports, white papers, and research notes on a variety of distance education and e-Learning vendors and end user topics. With over 25 years of experience working with distance education and e-Learning, multimedia, and conferencing and collaboration technologies, he was given the Outstanding Leadership by an Individual in the Field of Distance Learning award by the U.S. Distance Learning Association in 2010. He also has consulted with the State of Wyoming, the University of Wyoming, Touro University Nevada, University of New England (Australia), Texas Education Telecommunications Network, Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, State of Oregon Department of Education, Arkansas Distance Learning Association, and many others. He authored the the 3-volume Distance Education and e-Learning Landscape, and coverage areas include applications for web conferencing, videoconferencing, lecture capture, interactive whiteboards, and Learning Management Systems. Other topics about which he has written include best practices for live content acquisition, research into the pedagogical impact of distance education technologies, and how to overcome obstacles to success in distance education deployments. He holds an M.A. from the University of Texas at Austin and a B.A. from Hampshire College.