Kurtis Clements is a writer living in an old farmhouse in Maine. His fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction have appeared in such publications as Kansas Quarterly, Nebraska Review, and Down Eastmagazine. He has been teaching writing and literature courses for over twenty years and has been involved in online education since 1998. His current research interests include online education pedagogy, podcasting, and multimedia feedback. In his spare time he enjoys podcasting, and web 2.0 technologies.
National Counsel of Teachers of English
National Association for Developmental Education
November 2015, author, “The Power of Podcasting Redux” (http://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/teaching-with-technology-articles/the-power-of-podcasting-redux/), in Faculty Focus.
April 2014, Co-authored article, “The Operational Structure of Kaplan University’s Online Writing Center,” in National College Learner Center Association’s newsletter.
Use of web 2.0 technologies to engage learners.