Thomas C. Reeves

Thomas C. Reeves is professor of instructional technology at the University of Georgia, USA, where he teaches program evaluation, multimedia design, and research courses. Since receiving his PhD at Syracuse University in 1979, he has developed and evaluated numerous online and interactive multimedia programs for education and training. His research interests include: evaluation of instructional technology for education and training, socially responsible research goals and methods in education, cognitive tools, and applications of instructional technology in developing countries. He is a former Fulbright lecturer in Peru, and has been an invited speaker in many countries including Australia, Brazil, Bulgaria, China, England, Finland, Malaysia, Russia, South Africa, Sweden, and Taiwan. He is a former editor of the Journal of Interactive Learning Research, and in 2003, he was awarded the inaugural AACE Fellowship Award from the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education.

Publications

Authentic Tasks: The Key to Harnessing the Drive to Learn in Members of “Generation Me”
Thomas C. Reeves, Jan Herrington. © 2013. 16 pages.
Regardless of whether one thinks of today’s higher education students as “digital natives” or members of “Generation Me,” it is obvious that traditional instructional methods are...
Authentic Tasks: The Key to Harnessing the Drive to Learn in Members of “Generation Me”
Thomas C. Reeves, Jan Herrington. © 2010. 18 pages.
Regardless of whether one thinks of today’s higher education students as “digital natives” or members of “Generation Me,” it is obvious that traditional instructional methods are...
Foreword
Thomas C. Reeves. © 2006. 3 pages.
This Foreword is included in the book Authentic Learning Environments in Higher Education.