Phillip Long

Chief Innovation Officer and Associate Vice Provost for Learning Sciences in Austin, Texas

Phillip Long

Chief Innovation Officer and Associate Vice Provost for Learning Sciences in Austin, Texas

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Phil's current work is focused on Project 2021 which aims to:

1. Provide scalable online learning to residential and external learners using a variety of mechanisms including synchronous webcasting & ways to recognize learning via stackable credentials, and student agency in representing what they value in college;

2. Systematically identify what works in technology enabled learning through research & assessment that collects & analyzes data on student performance & learning.

3. Support faculty seeking to explore innovative pedagogical practices and departments pursuing degree modernization.

Phil is contributes to the Educause Learning Spaces Rating System (LSRS v2); served as the past VP of the Society of Learning Analytics & Knowledge (SoLAR); and participates in the IMSGLOBAL Higher Ed Advisory Board, the Digital Credentials Executive Board, and others.

Lately he has been looking at distributed transparent ledgers to record competencies and evidence of learning for rich credentialing.

He is also a Foundation Honorary Professor at the Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation at the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

He is a lapsed biologist now learning scientist focused on emerging technologies, the cognitive interactions with them, & the spaces, physical and virtual wherein they occur.

  • Work
    • University of Texas at Austin
  • Education
    • Ph.D. Biology, Penn State University