Todd Marshall has spent over 20 years as professor and administrator in higher education including nine years in Ukraine. He has held positions as Professor, IT director, Library Director, Dean, Executive Director, Associate Provost, Interim Provost, and Vice President. He has led online projects and programs in the former Soviet Union, Africa, and the United States. He set up the first U.S. accredited online hybrid master’s degree in the former Soviet Union in 2004 and the first government accredited online program in English speaking East Africa in 2008. Before coming to Ashland he served as technology director for a satellite based education program serving 15,000 students across sub-Saharan Africa. His research includes a four level model of the digital divide, digital learning systems, online education, and theology. With multiple graduate degrees in theology and technology, his favorite space is the intersection of technology, theology, and education in developing environments.
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