Kent Barclay, Associate Dean of Academic Technology
Office Location: Samuel C. Wax Academic Center
Office Number: 015
376 Hale St.
Beverly, MA 01915
M.Ed., Organizational Management,
Endicott College, Beverly,MA, 2002.
B.A. cum laude, Mass Communications,
University of Massachusetts, Amherst,MA, 1979.
Certificate in Landscape Design,
Endicott College, Beverly,MA, 1996.
PAPERS: “Reasons and Methods for Implementing Distance- Learning Programs in Higher Education”-(Master’s Research Thesis, 2002)
COURSES TAUGHT:CMM 110- Field Production (Formerly Film and Video Concepts), OM 564- Leveraging Technology, ICT 320- Communications in the IT World, CMM200- Advertising Production, BUA 540 (MBA program)- Managing and Leading in the Evolving Workplace (guest lecturer on technology)
July 2004- Present
Endicott College, Beverly, MA. Assoc. Dean of Academic Technology
Sept. 2003- July 2004
Endicott College, Beverly, MA. Assoc. Dean of Media and Instructional Support
July 2000- Sept. 2003
Endicott College, Beverly, MA. Director of Instructional Media Services /Distance Learning Coordinator Adjunct professor for communications, information technology and the graduate school
Jan. 2000- July 2000
Emerson College. Boston, MA. Assistant Director of Academic Computing
Bradford College. Bradford, MA. Director of Media and Instructional Technology
Sept.1994- Oct. 1996
Bradford College. Bradford, MA. Multimedia Manager
Lawyers Video Inc. Boston, MA. Partner/ Vice- President.Video production company specializing in legal video
WKBV Inc. N. Andover, MA. President, freelance video production company
WGBY-TV, Channel 57- Springfield, MA (PBS) Production assistant
WITS- AM Radio 1510. Boston, MA. Talk show producer
Academic Technology Subcommittee
Distance Learning Subcommittee
Administrative Council for Professional Development
NEASC Standard Seven Committee--Library and Other Information Resources
Kent Barclay is the Associate Dean of Academic Technology at Endicott College. In that role, he promotes and oversees the use and support of technology in the classroom. Part of his responsibilities include the oversight of the computer labs, academic software license management, mediated classrooms, media services, laptop program, technology training, GullNet, the campus web based portal/learning management system and Bb Collaborate, the campus synchronous web conferencing and virtual classroom technology. He works closely with faculty and Deans to integrate technology into the curriculum.
Mr. Barclay has a BA in Communications from the University of Massachusetts/ Amherst and an MEd in Organizational Management from Endicott College, where the title of his master’s thesis was “Reasons and Methods for Implementing Distance Learning Programs in Higher Education”. He has worked in academic technology and media for over 18 years, at Bradford College and Emerson College prior to his arrival at Endicott in 2000. Prior to his years in higher education, Mr. Barclay worked as a professional videographer, producer, director and editor with several video production companies, including his own, in Boston.
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