Robert Chapman - Academic Technologist
My name is Robert Chapman. Most people call me Rob. I was born and raised in TN. I studied education and history at Tennessee Tech University. I thought I wanted to teach history or go to seminary but ended up getting into technology instead. I'm in San Antonio, TX for the time being.
I work at Trinity University. I am the Director of the AT&T Center for Learning and Technology. I am responsible for the campus and classroom A/V, cable TV, LMS (Moodle), and academic technology on campus. I've worked on a lot of projects involving higher ed technology. Everything from videoconferencing, lecture capture, learning managements systems, multimedia content creation/delivery/streaming, and much more. It's one of the things that makes my time here great. We are constantly getting to try and play with new things.
Most of my professional career has been spent working with universitites on various technology projects. That being said I'm a sucker for anything that's got a tech spin to it and I really like projects that improve a person's condition. I'm also keenly interested in how technology and spiritual practice inform one another. So if you have a neat project and are interested in me taking a look or working with you let me know.
When I'm not working I'm usually taking photos, learning about new tech, reading, programming, tinkering with electronics, discussing theology and philosophy, or watching entirely too much Netflix. Feel free to check out the blog link and social media channels below to see what I've been up to lately.
Contact or Follow Me Here
- LinkedIn: in/rschapman
- Twitter: @rschapman
- Google: Google+
- Github: github.com/rschapman
- Email: email@example.com
Links and Resources
- Blog: blog.rschapman.com