Instructional Technology Dev. Professional Associate
Reid joined the university in 2010, first serving as an instructional resources specialist with Romance Languages before being assimilated into the Franklin College collective in 2012. Prior to serving in his current capacity, Reid was a student at UGA, earning a BA in English in 2005. He spent the intervening years playing with a series of criminally underrated bands, freelance guitar-tech'ing, managing a local music store, and recording local musicians. He has extensive experience with audio technology of all kinds and its application, a strong set of customer service skills, and is HDI Certified.
Franklin College Duties
Reid provides support to the college in the uses of instructional multimedia, electronic course management, and best teaching practices. He serves as one of Franklin College's eLC Collaborative Administrators, offering technical support, course setup guidance and non-Athena course creation to faculty and staff. Other duties include second-tier support for classroom A/V as well as specialized support and assistance to departmental units in the use of audio and video equipment used in research and teaching.