Speaker: Diane Harley
April 11-14, 2007
San Francisco, California

Speakers: Biography

Diane Harley

Senior Researcher
University of California, Berkeley
Center for Studies in Higher Education
South Hall Annex #4650
Berkeley CA
94720-4650 USA

Dr. Diane Harley is a senior researcher at the Center for Studies in Higher Education. Her work focuses on the policy implications of integrating information and communication technologies into complex academic environments. Areas of investigation include the analysis of digital resource use in humanities and social science education, the economics of technology integration into large lecture courses, the policy implications of cross border e-learning, and faculty attitudes about new models of scholarly communication. Her work at Berkeley's Multimedia Research Center (BMRC) included contributions to the development and deployment of the prototype for Berkeley Webcast (http://webcast.berkeley.edu) . Prior to her work at UC, Diane managed multimedia education projects with various universities, publishers, museums, and software developers, as well as taught undergraduate and graduate courses in anthropology and human biology. She holds M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Anthropology from UC Berkeley.

Diane will present Museum Images On-line: Meeting the Needs of Educators. [Mini-Workshop]