University of Washington
Mark C. Donovan has been at the University of Washington in Seattle since 1992. He is director of UWired, a five-year old collaboration that brings together educators, librarians, technologists, and campus policymakers to find, develop, promote, and support effective uses of information technology in teaching and learning.
In 1996, Donovan was an inaugural recipient of the University's Huckabay Teaching Fellowship, receiving support to integrate Web technologies in a redesigned course in American politics. He has published and presented on the topics of technology in teaching and learning, faculty development, and educational collaboration, and recently participated in the Association of College and Research Libraries Think Tank III: Information Literacy and Technological Transformation of Higher Education.
Donovan holds a BBA in business and entrepreneurship from Loyola Marymount University, and an MA in public policy from San Diego State University. He received a PhD in political science from the University of Washington and continues to conduct research and publish on the topics of Congressional policymaking, political rhetoric, and social problems. He is a member of the faculty at the University of Washington's Center for American Politics and Public Policy.word gamesplatform gamesmarble popper gamesdownloadable pc gamesmatch 3 games