Director of Technology
Education Dean's Office
- M.A. Educational Technology
University of Connecticut, 2007
- B.A. Economics
University of Connecticut, 2003
Areas of Expertise:
- Data-based Decision Making
- Technology Integration
- Instructional Design
- Web Design & Development
- Gaming and Technology Integration
Jamison holds a B.A. in Economics and an M.A. in Educational Technology from the University of Connecticut. He is currently a doctoral student in the Instructional Technology & Media degree program at Teachers College, Columbia University investigating the use of immersive virtual environments for purposeful learning.
Jamison has previously held the position of Webmaster at the Connecticut Education Association. He taught pre-service teacher technology courses at Indiana University and the University of Connecticut, promoting the wise integration of technology. In 2004 he helped to develop the Renzulli Learning System, providing customized educational resources to students.
While not buried in piles of academic reading, Jamison spends his time thinking about and playing video games, running, and kayaking.
Judd, J. E., Oshiro, B., Cloft, K. & DeFranco, T. C. (2021, in press). An Examination of Video Worked Examples on Student Performance in Calculus. The International Journal for Technology in Mathematics Education.
Banerjee, M., Brinckerhoff, L.C. & Judd, J.E. (2008). Next Generation Support Services: Redefining Accessibility in an Era of Tech Blended Courses. Strand presentation at the 20th Annual Postsecondary Disability Training Institute. Portland, ME.
Hanks, K., Henry, M. A., Judd, J. E. & Brunette, K. (2007). Visualizing Computer Lab Usage at Indiana University/Bloomington. Visualization and data analysis 2007: Proceedings of SPIE-IS&T Electronic Imaging.
Barrett, A. F. & Judd, J. E. (2006). Paper prototyping a dynamic software interface: A case study using APT. Paper presented at the 2006 IST Conference. Bloomington, IN.
Judd, J. E. & Ross, M. J. (2004). Data collection in the information age: Important considerations while constructing secure web-based surveys. Paper presented at the 2004 NERA Annual Conference. Kerhonkson, NY
- Member, American Educational Research Association
- Member, Aurora Governance Committee (UConn)
- Member, International Game Developers Association
- Valerie J. Pichette Outstanding Staff Award (2021)
In the News:
|Phone||860 486 2645|
|860 375 3265|
|Mailing Address||Neag School of Education, UConn |
249 Glenbrook Rd, Unit 3064
Storrs, CT 06296-3064
|Office Location||Gentry 019D|
|Office Hours||Fall 2020|
Tuesdays & Thursdays