Craig Kapp (M.P.S, New York University, M.S. The College of New Jersey) is an interactive developer who has spent over ten years working to find ways to bring cutting edge technologies into educational settings. He has served as the Associate Director for Instructional Technology at TCNJ and is an Adjunct Professor in the Schools of Business and Education at The College of New Jersey, teaching courses such as Authoring and Multimedia Development, Introduction to Interactive Computing and Educational Applications of Computing for School Administrators. He works extensively with interactional educators and teaches regularly in Mallorca, Spain and Cairo, Egypt.

Craig currently works for New York University as a Researcher in Residence at the Interactive Telecommunications Program as well as an Adjunct Professor in the Computer Science department at NYU. In addition, Craig recently founded ZooBurst LLC, a web-based startup that focuses on bringing augmented reality digital storytelling tools into classrooms around the world. He plans to one day return to academia as a full-time faculty member teaching in the areas of Educational Technology and Interactive Multimedia.
Categories: BiosKeynote

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related Posts

Bios

Kalani Craig

Kalani Craig’s research and teaching specialties are at the intersection of digital methodologies and medieval history. She uses digital methods like text mining, spatial history and network analysis to explore conflict in medieval European history, Read more…

Bios

Marta Deyrup

Marta Deyrup is a technical services librarian and also the subject specialist for English, Classics, Modern Languages, Russian and East European Studies, and the Valente Italian Library. Because she has her doctorate in Slavic and Read more…

Bios

Gamin Bartle

Gamin Bartle ​began as the Director of Instructional and Research Technology at William Paterson University. Before that she was the Senior Director of Instructional Technology and User Services at Drew. Gamin has a PhD in German Read more…