Stephen B. Gilbert brings rich experience
from for-profit education industry and the fields
of human-computer interaction and instructional design
to any educational project.
He has worked closely with software developers and instructional designers to
define features of online authoring tools and learning
content management systems (LCMS) that promote extensible
reuse of content. He has also supervised the creation
of the templates and standards used online to promote
consistent, high-quality instruction. Collaborating
with faculty at University of Chicago, Columbia, and
elsewhere, he has led the design of award-winning online business courses.
Dr. Gilbert received his B.S.E. from Princeton University
in civil engineering, focusing on human-computer interaction,
and his Ph.D. from MIT in brain and cognitive sciences.
As a researcher at MIT, he helped design and
teach a variety of courses at the MIT Media Lab, as
well as evaluate the Sloan Business School’s distance
MBA degree program (SDM). He is currently a collaborator at Iowa State University's Center for Technology in Learning and Teaching.
Joanne M. Marshall offers key expertise
in assessment and evaluation of educational reform
projects. Her background in school policy and work
with educational leaders grounds her in the real-world
impact of new educational techniques on learners and
the school community.
Dr. Marshall graduated from the Harvard University
Graduate School of Education with a doctorate in Administration,
Planning, and Social Policy. There she worked with
the Consortium for Policy Research in Education, and
the National School Reform Faculty Evaluation. She
is currently an assistant professor in Iowa State
University's department of Educational Leadership
and Policy Studies.
Contact Stephen Gilbert at 515.296.7800