BiographyKevin Barry has a BS in Marine Biology, an MS and Ed.S. in Science Education. He was appointed Director of the Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning July 1, 2012, Associate Director July 1, 2004, and Assistant Director January 1, 2000. He first came to Notre Dame In 1994 to work for the OIT as an Educational Technology Consultant. Prior to that Kevin was a middle school Earth Science teacher and worked with high school teachers to help them use internet resources in their classes.
Kevin is available to help faculty members and TAs choose and implement pedagogical strategies and/or technology tools to enhance teaching and learning. He is also involved in the development of technology based curriculum resources and the design of teaching and learning spaces.
In addition to his duties with the Kaneb Center Kevin is a concurrent lecturer in the Computer Applications Program (CAPP) where he has taught 'Applied Multimedia Technology' and 'Advanced Multimedia' and team taught a CAPP/Spanish/Latino Studies/Film, Television & Theatre cross listed course, 'La telenovela: historia, influencia cultural y producción'. In the past he has taught 'Introduction to Computers in Education' and 'Directed Readings in Science Education' for the Alliance for Catholic Education and 'Computers in Business' for the Mendoza College of Business' Management Department.