Boileau, Tim

Dr. Timothy Boileau

  • Position:  Postdoctoral Teaching Associate
  • Department:  Instructional, Workforce and Applied Technology
  • Office Location:  Building 70, Room 112
  • tboileau@uwf.edu
  • Campus: (850) 474-2565

Biography:

Dr. Timothy Boileau, a Postdoctoral Teaching Associate, brings both academic and business backgrounds to his role in the Department of Instructional, Workforce and Applied Technology.

Boileau, a U.S. Air Force veteran, received a Ph.D. in Instructional Technology from Wayne State University after obtaining two degrees – a B.S. and a M.S. – in Computer and Information Systems from the University of Detroit Mercy. At Wayne State he won the award for Outstanding Doctoral Student in Instructional Technology.

In addition, Boileau spent more than 30 years in private industry. His positions included automotive product manager for General Motors, performance systems designer/software engineer for Ford Motor Co., and business development manager for Aimia, a marketing and loyalty analytics company.

In his academic research Boileau has examined ways to enrich instruction by using differentiation and technology and developing methods for building information assurance as a national security initiative.

He has written chapters on Digital Curation, Methods for Teaching Digital Literacy Skills, Media, and Media Utilization for Encyclopedia of Educational Technology and Encyclopedia of Terminology for Educational Communications and Technology. Boileau has taught at Indiana State University, Wayne State, and University of Detroit Mercy.

Boileau has made presentations at international, national and regional conferences on such topics as Building and Modeling Digital Literacy Skills for Graduate Assistants, the Future of Technology in Education, and Creating Communities that Learn and Know.

Current Courses:

  • HPT Interventions 
  • Evaluating HPT Interventions
  • Emerging and Innovative Technology Systems 
  • Distance Learning Implementation

Keywords: instruction using differentiation and technology, information assurance and national security, digital curation, methods for teaching digital literacy skills, media utilization, HPT interventions, distance learning implementation

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