After my doctorate, I was an Associate Dean at Herkimer County Community College in upstate NY, and then VP for Academic Affairs at Gwinnett Technical College in Georgia. Realizing that I was more interested in online education and teaching than I was in pursuing college presidency, I stepped down as VP to become GTC's first Director of Online Learning. In 5 years, we built the largest online program in the state with 200 faculty teaching courses in multiple majors. In 2006, I moved to Virginia Commonwealth University to join their Center for Teaching Excellence and focus on teaching with digital technology. In Fall 2014, I accepted a new position in the Center for Advancing Teaching and Learning Through Research at Northeastern University in Boston. I decided to retire from full-time work in January 2016 and have since moved to Virginia, where I continue teaching online for both Northeastern and Creighton University in Nebraska.