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Matt Dunleavy, Ph.D.

P.O. Box 6959
Radford, VA 24142
Office Phone: (540) 831-5168

Dr. Matt Dunleavy is an assistant professor in instructional technology at Radford University. From 2006 to 2007, he was a postdoctoral fellow in learning technologies at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and the director of the Handheld Augmented Reality Project (HARP). Dr. Dunleavy received his Ph.D. in Educational Research, Statistics, and Evaluation at the University of Virginia, where he focused on the impact of ubiquitous computing on student learning and the classroom environment. Prior to completing his formal education, he lived overseas teaching English as a Second Language in Cameroon, Central Africa as a Peace Corps volunteer and then independently in Taiwan, Republic of China. He is currently the principal investigator on a National Science Foundation grant and a Virginia Department of Education grant (http://gameslab.radford.edu/), both of which explore how mobile technology and augmented reality can be used to improve academic and socio-cultural skills for K-16 school students. In addition, Dr. Dunleavy is the CEO of a mobile application development company called MoGo Mobile, Inc.


Greg Sherman, Ph.D.

P.O. Box 6859
Radford, VA 24142

Dr. Greg Sherman is an associate professor in instructional technology at Radford University. He earned his doctorate in learning and instructional technology from Arizona State University. He teaches courses in instructional design, multimedia design, and evaluation at Radford University. He has been a junior high school science teacher, and has conducted a variety of research and evaluation studies in the area of technology-supported science instruction and science teacher professional development. His primary areas of interest in the field of educational technology include studying how technology might be used to help teachers define more meaningful, purposeful learning experiences for their students.