William Diehl, Co-Managing Director and Chief Technology Officer
William C. Diehl, Ph.D. is Coordinator of Online Graduate Programs in the Adult Education program and Assistant Professor at The Pennsylvania State University at University Park, PA. Dr. Diehl serves as Interviews Editor for The American Journal of Distance Education, and is an expert reviewer for other academic journals. He is the founder of the International Museum of Distance Education and Technology project.
Additionally, Diehl is a consultant in the corporate, higher education and government sectors. Professional experience also includes work as a K-12 teacher, web designer and developer, instructional designer, and multimedia specialist.
Dr. Diehl is author and co-author of numerous book chapters, articles in academic journals, including the Handbook of Distance Education and The Handbook of mLearning. His research interests include historical and research foundations of Open and distance education, course design, distance education theory, emerging technologies, virtual worlds, and intercultural communication.
Dr. Diehl earned his Ph.D. in Adult Education with a focus in Distance Education from The Pennsylvania State University. His undergraduate degree focused on Elementary Education.