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Education:
  • Ph. D – Instructional Technology – Georgia State University
  • M.S. – Instructional Technology – Georgia State University
  • B.S. – Southern Polytechnic State University
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Publications:

Stone, D. (2017). Cooperating to serve students across institutional boundaries: Leveraging online ed in new ways. https://evolllution.com/revenue-streams/distance_online_learning/cooperating-to-serve-students-across-institutional-boundaries-leveraging-online-ed-in-new-ways/

Stone, D. (2015). Responsive Responsibility: Empowering Faculty and Staff to Improve Organizational Effectiveness https://evolllution.com/opinions/responsive-responsibility-empowering-faculty-staff-improve-organizational-effectiveness/

Stone, D., Zheng, G. (2014). Learning management systems in a changing environment. In Wang, V. (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Education and Technology in a Changing Society. I GI Global.

Stone, D. (2010). Designing for the future: a faculty development program in a state university . In Marshall, S. & Kinuthia, W. (Ed.), Cases ‘n’ Place: Global Cases in Educational Technology (p. 153-158). Information Age Publishing.

Wang, X., Song, H., Stone, D., & Yan, Q. (2009). Integrating Second Life into an EFL program in China: research collaboration across the continents. TechTrends 53( 6), pp.14-19.

David Stone

Program Manager

Why I Choose to Work at Academic Innovation:

I am inspired by the commitment of the University of Michigan to innovate and lead in new approaches to higher education. Working with Academic Innovation provides an opportunity to be actively engaged in empowering faculty and staff across the institution in the development of new approaches to serve our students and alumni.

Current Roles/Previous Experience:

David works the University of Michigan Colleges and Schools on the implementation of online and hybrid programs. David has dedicated his career to the development of institutional capacity in online learning, first as Director, Educational Support and Online Learning at Southern Polytechnic State University (now a part of Kennesaw State University) and most recently as Director of Collaborative Programs at the Pennsylvania State University. His graduate research focused on how higher education institutions and systems make the planned change to offer online programs.

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    • Distance Learning
    • Adult Education
    • Program Management
    • Workforce Development
    • Cooking
    • Music