Gary J. Anglin
- Lieber Memorial Teaching Associate Award (1979)
- Indiana University Bloomington
School of Education
Department of Instructional Systems Technology
BIOGRAPHYBetween 1969 and 1979, Gary J. Anglin received multiple degrees from Indiana University; a B.S. in Mathematics, an M.A.T. in Mathematics Education, an M.S. in Instructional Systems Technology, and finally an Ed.D. in Instructional Systems Technology with minors in mathematics and communication.
Dr. Anglin joined the faculty of the University of Kentucky in 1980 and is now Associate Professor of Education and program coordinator of the Instructional Systems Design Program; full member of the Graduate School Faculty and past president of the Research and Theory Division, AECT.
His current research interests are visual message design and cooperative computer-based instruction. Dr. Anglin's publications are extensive, and include "Visual message design and learning: The role of static and dynamic illustrations", and "Instructional technology: Past, present and future". Dr. Anglin is also chair of the Instructional Design program faculty.