Researchers

 Justin T. DellingerJustin T. DellingerTwitter Principal Investigator
Associate Director for LINK Research Lab
Co-instructor for World Civ Online @ UTA.Research interests include digital humanities, wearable technology, the future of work, faculty development, and synchronous instruction. Has experience teaching in both secondary and higher education, and is currently working on his Transatlantic History Ph.D. at UT Arlington.  Also earned Master of Arts from UT Arlington in History. Prior to current position, worked as an instructional designer in the Center for Distance Education.
 Dr. Kim BreuerDr. Kim BreuerTwitter Co-Principal Investigator
Assistant Professor in Practice and Coordinator of Online Learning, Department of History.
Instructor for World Civ Online @ UTA.Research interests include interactive elements and game theory in online courses, pedagogy of team based/active learning in online environments, the efficacy of journaling and discussions in teaching critical thinking and writing skills, and the use of student reflection as a classroom assessment technique. Past collaboration with an anthropologist about the teaching of evolution in the historical context. Ph.D. in Latin American history from Vanderbilt University with specialization in the early colonial period in the Americas, the early modern Atlantic World,and American Indian history. Previously worked as an aerospace engineer.
 Matt Crosslinmatt-crosslinTwitter Co-Principal Investigator
Innovation Coordinator for LINK Research LabResearch interests include instructional design, emerging technologies, open learning, sociocultural theory, heutagogy, and networked learning.  Enjoys networking and collaborative efforts involving faculty, students, administration, or anyone involved in the education process.  Prior to UTA, worked in innovative learning centers as well as forward thinking education companies that looked to expand the limits of formal and informal learning.  Holds a Master of Education in Educational Technology from UT Brownsville and is currently working on a Ph.D. in Learning Technologies from the University of North Texas. Background in teaching at both the secondary and university levels.

Ancient History Meets Advanced Instructional Strategies