Collin Sullivan is the Coordinator of Digital Credentialing at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), dual reporting to the Vice President of Information Technology and Vice Provost for the Division of Professional Studies. In this role, Collin works with faculty, staff, external campus partners, and students to offer high-quality microcredentials from courses, programs, or activities that offer authentic learning experiences and promote lifelong learning and engagement. In particular, Collin's work in digital credentialing has an emphasis on extracurricular and service learning experiences whereby students gain meaningful competencies that may not be recorded on a traditional transcript. He currently serves as a co-chair of the 1EdTech Digital Credential Innovation Leadership Network (ILN).
Before focusing on digital credentialing, Collin was a part of the Division of Information Technology’s Instructional Technology office, where he supported various learning technologies and online teaching and learning. In this role, Collin was an administrator for the institution's learning management system, implemented alternative bubble sheet assessments, and transitioned the institution to a digital audience response system.
As an adjunct instructor, Collin has taught online, hybrid, and face-to-face courses primarily designed for first-year or first-year transition undergraduate students within the Division of Undergraduate Academic Affairs and the College of Engineering and Information Technology.
Collin earned his Master of Public Policy with a specialization in higher education, Bachelor of Sciences in Information Systems, and Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. He is currently pursuing a doctoral degree at the University of Maryland, College Park in teaching and learning, policy and leadership with an emphasis on technology, learning, and leadership.