Michael Corry

Michael Corry
Professor, Educational Technology
(571) 553-0111

Dr. Corry's research interests include distance learning design, theory, practice and policy, faculty development using technology, E-learning, the integration of technology into K-12 and higher education settings, instructional design and human-computer interaction.

Dr. Corry has been the principal investigator on two U.S. Department of Education grants involving "Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology."

Prior to his current position as Director of CARDE, Dr. Corry served for over 12 years as the Director of the Educational Technology Leadership program at GSEHD. Dr. Corry is intimately involved with course design and delivery as well as management of this pioneering program delivered via distance education at GW. Dr. Corry is also involved with the GW On-Line High School.

EdFix Episode 15: Ed Tech, Online Learning and the Digital Access Divide In today’s world of instructional design, there are more tools available than ever before. Educational technology is incorporated across all learning environments, from K-12 and higher education to corporate, government, and military training. So how can teachers design quality instruction using technology to meet a variety of learners’ needs? Drs. Michael Corry and Natalie Milman discuss new information delivery methods, artificial intelligence tools, and whether the use of technology in schools has actually lessened the “digital access divide.”

In the News

GSEHD doctoral student Jessa Henderson (Human-Technology Collaborations) had her article with Dr. Michael Corry titled “Data Literacy Training and Use for Educational Professionals" accepted for publication in Journal of Research in Innovative Teaching & Learning.