IDCE Faculty

Michael Krikonis

Adjunct Professor, Community Development and Planning

Phone: (508) 793-8807

  • Community Development and Planning
  • Biography

    Michael is an Academic Technologist at Clark University. As a member of the central IT organization, Michael advocates for and partners with Clark faculty to integrate technologies with teaching. In addition, he supports faculty and student research with an emphasis on quantitative and qualitative software. He has supported pilot initiatives across campus including a blended learning program in the Graduate School of Management and Electronic Portfolios in the Department of Education. Michael also served as a technical consultant to the Data and Evaluation Committee of Worcester’s Main South Promise Neighborhood Partnership.

    An expert in the field of Education Technology, Michael has taught courses and lectured at universities including, Clark, Connecticut State University and the University of Connecticut. Michael has published invited articles in the Journal of Special Education Technology and QWERTY. He holds a B.S. in Natural Resources Management and Engineering, from the University of Connecticut, an M.S. in Educational Technology from Central Connecticut State University, and is looking forward to the pursuit of a terminal degree.

    As an active member of the local community, Michael engages with local issues as a leading member of the local American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association. He also serves as a member of the Holden Conservation Commission.

    Strategic Use of Technology in Community Development & Planning


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