I am a professor at Michigan State University where my work mainly focuses on how to teach science to non-scientists. I do this formally in online courses and informally at the MSU Museum. Much of my work is trying to elaborate on the overlap of science, education, and technology. My work is described well by the TPaCK model proposed by Punya Mishra and Matt Koehler at MSU, where I wrestle with how to leverage technology and pedagogical theory in communicating and improving learning in scientific disciplines. Recent projects have looked at MOOCs, augmented reality, and mobile applications. Explore the tabs at the top to see some of these projects.