Jason D. Baker, B.S., M.A., Ph.D.
Dr. Baker is a professor of education and the advisor of the distance education cognate in the Doctor of Education program. He previously worked as an educational consultant at Loyola College in Maryland where his efforts included training faculty on instructional technology, administering the internal technical training program, and managing the college's Web presence. He holds a Ph.D. in communication from Regent University , an M.A. in educational technology leadership from The George Washington University, a B.S. in electrical engineering from Bucknell University , and is currently pursuing a M.A. in religion from Reformed Theological Seminary. He has authored and edited Internet-related books and consulted with numerous organizations regarding the development and management of developing online learning programs.
For years I've told people that I have three spheres of interest: theology, education, technology. My research and practice in online learning have enabled me to focus on the intersection of these spheres. I've been involved in non-traditional education at a variety of levels and have both taken and taught distance education classes using the Internet. I'm particularly excited about this opportunity to practice and teach in the area of distance education through our Ed.D. program. Since many of the courses are offered online, it's a unique opportunity to combine theory and practice and serve the distance learner by providing a quality educational experience. View Dr. Baker's vita>>
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