Dr. Timothy Ellis obtained a B.S. degree in History from Bradley University, an M.A. in Rehabilitation Counseling from Southern Illinois University, a C.A.G.S. in Rehabilitation Administration from Northeastern University, and a Ph.D. in Computing Technology Education from Nova Southeastern University. He joined NSU as Assistant Professor in 1999 and currently teaches computer technology courses at both the Masters and Ph.D. level in the College of Engineering and Computing. Prior to joining NSU, he was on the faculty at Fisher College as chair of the Computer Technology department. His research interests include: multimedia, knowledge management, distance education, and adult learning. He has published in several technical and educational journals including Computers & Education, The British Journal of Education Technology, Informing Science Journal, and the Journal of Instructional Multimedia and Hypermedia and has been an active participant and presenter at the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Frontiers in Education, and Informing Science Information Technology Education conferences.