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Jeremy Riel

  • Coordinator at Faculty Assistance Center for Technology
  • University of Illinois at Chicago
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Research interests

Technology education Educational technology Teacher professional development Technology in the classroom & TPCK Virtual learning environments Human-computer interaction


I study how education professionals learn within digital environments and how we might better teach professionals technology skills. I am the coordinator at the Faculty Assistance Center for Technology at UIC where we provide workshops and professional development opportunities to help college faculty implement technology within their teaching and research.

Co-authors (13)

Publications (3)

  • Promoting students’ science literacy skills through a simulation of international negotiations: The GlobalEd 2 Project

    • Lawless K
    • Brown S
    • Rhoads C
    • et al.
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  • Teaching American migrations with GIS census webmaps: A modified "backwards design" approach in middle-school and college classrooms

    • Radinsky J
    • Hospelhorn E
    • Melendez J
    • et al.
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  • The digitally literate citizen: How digital literacy empowers mass participation in the United States

    • Riel J

Professional experience

Coordinator at Faculty Assistance Center for Technology

University of Illinois at Chicago

August 2012 - Present

Principal/Managing Partner

Millennial Associates LLC

February 2009 - February 2016(7 years)

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Georgetown University

August 2011 - May 2012(9 months)

James H. Dunn Fellow

State of Illinois Office of the Governor

August 2007 - December 2008(a year)


Ph.D., Educational Psychology (expected 2018)

University of Illinois at Chicago

August 2012 - Present

M.A., with distinction, Communication, Culture, and Technology

Georgetown University

September 2010 - May 2012(2 years)

B.A., with departmental honors, Political Science

University of Oregon

September 2005 - June 2007(2 years)


Lane Community College

September 2003 - December 2005(2 years)