Kyle Dickson


Kyle Dickson directs the AT&T Learning Studio at ACU, enabling students and faculty to craft media messages for a global audience. Since 2005 he has worked with the Adams Center for Teaching and Learning to support innovative faculty in podcasting, course blogging, and mobile learning. In 2011 he became director of the Learning Studio, part collaborative learning space, part media production sandbox. Presentations and workshops include EDUCAUSE, ELI, NMC, SITE, and the Handheld Learning Conference with a range of consulting in mobile learning in Higher Ed, K-12 and summer workshops in Abilene sponsored by AT&T and NGLC. Since 1999, Kyle has sought to blur the edges of the classroom in residential, online, and study abroad courses. He developed inter-disciplinary courses for the ACU in Oxford and Summer Online programs as well as the national college curriculum for the This I Believe series on NPR. He regularly teaches undergraduate, graduate and honors courses in British literature, drama, satire, film, and media production.

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.

EDUCAUSE Presentations