"It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see."
— Henry David Thoreau
Dr. Wendy Shapiro serves as senior academic technology officer at Case Western Reserve University. She works with faculty in the development of emerging technologies and supports current technologies that enhance teaching and learning at Case. For more than 15 years along with her administrative duties, she has been teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in the area of instructional technology. Most recently she was selected as a presidential fellow teaching for the SAGES program at Case. She has served as a consultant to the IBM Corporation and worked with the NASA educational team at Glenn Research Center. She is a published author and has made numerous presentations on instructional technology and related topics throughout the United States.
Shapiro, W.L., and L. Gonick. 2008. "Learning 2.0: Who’s in control now?" Conference proceeding, presented to the New Media Consortium.
Shapiro, W.L., M. Mentch, and M. Kubit. 2007. “Streaming video: The bridge between tradition and innovation.” EDUCAUSE Review (42), no. 4: 68–69.