University of Texas at Austin


Dr. Paul E. Resta

KITE Team Leader at the University of Texas at Austin

Dr. Resta holds the Ruth Knight Millikan Centennial Professorship in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction and is the Director of the Learning Technology Center in the College of Education at the University of Texas at Austin. He teaches advanced graduate courses in instructional technology including instructional design, technology planning and computer-supported collaborative learning.

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Kenneth D. Tothero

KITE Knowledge Scout at the University of Texas at Austin

Ken is the coordinator of The IDEA Studio, the group responsible for providing support and services relating to the instructional application of technology within The College of Education. Ken has an extensive background in the integration of technology into the classroom, including over ten years of secondary level teaching experience and seven years of experience in developing multimedia software in support of education and training.

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Stephan Bera

KITE Knowledge Scout at the University of Texas at Austin

Stephan is a graduate student in Learning, Cognition, and Instruction at the University of Texas at Austin. Stephan's background is in the area of effective learning and instructional technology. He has taught at the college level for five years, encouraging students to be mindful about their own learning by helping them learn how to take more responsibility for their own learning. His research interests revolve around evaluating the ways in which a user's individual responsibility is affected when they access and learn from an electronic, or interactive, environment and what skills they must possess in order to be resourceful in this environment.

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Caroline Sullivan

KITE Knowledge Scout at the University of Texas at Austin

Caroline Sullivan is a second-year doctoral student in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction. She has 7 years experience teaching middle and high school Spanish and Speech Communication as well as Teaching Assistant positions for the undergraduate and graduate level at the University. Additionally, Caroline was the middle school campus trainer for new computer program integration for teachers as well as a member of various technology committees and initiatives.

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The Learning Technology Center at the University of Texas at Austin

In addition to its mission of providing microcomputing and media support and assistance to the faculty and students of the College of Education, the Learning Technology Center is committed to playing a leadership role in the research, support and development of technology in educational settings.