Jason Day


Mr. Jason Day is a Senior Instructional Technologist in the Center for Excellence in eLearning (CEeL) at the University of Cincinnati (UC). Prior to joining CEeL, in 2016, Mr. Day served in the Center for Academic Technology & Educational Resources (CATER) at the UC College of Nursing (CoN). As part of CATER he served as the Director, starting in mid-2104, and as an Instructional Technologist, starting in late-2011. In these roles Mr. Day was one of the major architects behind the successful one-to-one iPad initiative, known as iCoN. As a result of the program’s success, it was honored as an Apple Distinguished Program (ADP) in 2014. Further, Day and colleagues were invited to present the key aspects of iCoN at the 3T, Innovate, Online Learning Consortium (OLC), and Cincinnati Children’s Regional Faculty and Health Care Educators Conferences. Beyond his primary role, Day has served on various volunteer committees inside the CoN including; the 125th Anniversary planning committee and Diversity Advisory Council. In 2013, Day was invited to participate in Apple’s 5-day intensive training program for a 2 year designation as an Apple Foundations Trainer. In 2015, Day was invited to rejoin the select group, of 200 globally, for an additional 2 years. At the University-level, Day has contributed to a variety of eLearning projects through projects and workgroups. These include participation on the Canopy Project Team, Blackboard Upgrade Training Team, Kaltura implementation, Box rollout and Echo360 pilot. Prior to joining the University, Day accrued over 15 years of experience in the information technology field through organizations, such as; Great Oaks Career Campuses, Apple, and Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Medical Center. This experience is build upon his undergraduate degree from Maryville College (TN) in computer science/business.