The Universal Design for Learning Implementation Plan, with its emphasis on experimentation, exploration, and inclusive instruction, yielded significant benefits for instructional effectiveness at the University of Memphis. Learn how they did it.
For forty-two years Roy has coordinated adult, professional training with regards to leadership development and academic technology. His training strategies have encompassed thirty-one Asian and Latin American countries in his position as a field coordinator for Campus Crusade for Christ, Intl. from 1975-1999. Since 2000, he has been providing e-learning leadership services at the University of Memphis, most recently as Director of Distance Learning. Roy's career focus is to assist the development of a world-class array of training strategies and tools that help educators maximize technology for engaged learning. Such learning would vitally serve adults seeking to improve their quality of life and career through higher education. Hailing from Johnson City, TN, Roy earned his History B.S. (East Tennessee State University, 1974) and a Biblical Studies M.A. (International School of Theology, San Bernardino, CA, 1987). As Director of Distance Learning, Roy provides leadership for the following programs: - UofM Online Degree Programs - UM3D Instructional Impact Services - Off-campus Satellite Centers - Professional and Continuing Education - Public Service Funding.