Amod Lele


Amod Lele holds a PhD in religious studies from Harvard University, with eight years' teaching experience, including three years as a visiting assistant professor at Colorado College and Stonehill College. He first worked formally in educational technology while mentoring faculty adapting to a new learning management system at Stonehill; he has been working at Boston University as an educational technologist since November 2011. He maintains his old interests in his capacity as a Visiting Researcher at BU's Center for the Study of Asia and in writing his philosophy blog, Love of All Wisdom; he will also be teaching a course in Indian philosophy in the spring at BU's philosophy department. He is developing his tech skills further by pursuing a master's degree in computer science.

EDUCAUSE Publications

  • 7 Things You Should Know About Teaching and Learning with Video
    • Briefs, Case Studies, Papers, Reports
    • Contributor

    Many lessons were learned about the tradeoffs of synchronous versus asynchronous video, and even as the pandemic fades and in-person classes resume, video will remain an element of learning for many faculty.