Degree: Ed.M., Harvard University, (1996)
Office: Longfellow 329
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Faculty Assistant: Judith Wasserman
David Kahle serves on the faculty of the Harvard Graduate School of Education teaching courses on the design and development of online learning environments and educational software design. His research and development activities focus on the design of information systems and cognitive tools that support increased access to and comprehension of digital information. Toward this end, Kahle oversees Tufts University's digital library and repository initiative and is the principle investigator for the Visual Understanding Environment, an information visualization project funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Kahle is the director of Academic Technology at Tufts University overseeing university-wide education and research technology initiatives. His professional experience in educational technology includes the design development of virtual learning environments in support of higher education, informal adult learning, and public outreach initiatives. He has served as head of the Instructional Technology Group at Harvard's Graduate School of Design, on the faculty of Marlboro College, and as a project manager for MIT's Center for Advanced Educational Services.
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