Dr. Scott Schopieray is Assistant Dean for Academic and Research Technology at the Michigan State University College of Arts and Letters. He also serves as Associate Director of MESH Research, a center focusing on digital scholarly publishing. In his position, he works to support digital infrastructure and methods for teaching, learning, and research across the arts and humanities. Current research areas are in high-impact/high-quality online teaching methods, faculty motivation to teach online, and processes for open digital scholarly publishing.
Dr. Schopieray has previously worked as Asst. Director of the Center for Teaching and Technology at the MSU College of Education, an instructional designer with the MSU Virtual University Design and Technology group, professional web designer, and a Digital Writing Consultant at the MSU Writing Center. Scott brings over 20 years of experience working with the design and construction of online courses, educational websites, and offering professional development at the K12 and Higher Ed levels. He is an active participant in educational technology professional organizations at the local, state, and national levels.