Michael Corry, Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy)

Faculty: Full-Time

Dr. Michael Corry is an Associate Professor of Educational Technology Leadership and Director of Research for the George Washington University Online High School.

Prior to his current position, Dr. Corry served for over 12 years as the Director of the Educational Technology Leadership program at The George Washington University (GWU). Dr. Corry is intimately involved with course design and delivery as well as management of this pioneering program delivered via distance education at GWU. 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. He has been the principal investigator on US Department of Educations grants involving “Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers to Use Technology.” He has written numerous publications involving his research interests including four books – “The E-Learning Companion:  A Student’s Guide to Online Success (1st, 2nd, and 3rd editions), published by Cengage & Houghton Mifflin and “Distance Education:  What Works Well,” published by Haworth Press. He has also designed and delivered workshops involving technology and E-learning.

Dr. Corry holds a Ph.D. from Indiana University in Instructional Systems Technology. Before coming to GWU, he taught at Indiana University and high school in Utah and was an Information Systems Consultant for Anderson Consulting/Accenture.