Doug Hughey joined the Center for Teaching and Learning staff in September 2020 as a Computer Specialist. He brings more than 15 years of higher education technology support and administration experience. In previous positions at other institutions, Doug provided campus-wide classroom technology support and department-wide learning technology support. Among other projects, Doug developed and implemented a livestreaming and video debriefing solution for simulation labs, later publishing an article titled A Cost-Effective Solution to Video Debriefing and Livestreaming in Nursing Simulation in the Clinical Simulation in Nursing journal.
As a Computer Specialist, Doug provides expert, on-call classroom-technology support to faculty teaching in the university-managed classrooms on the Danforth campus. He also acts as an administrator and provides support for Kaltura Video Solutions. In addition, Doug researches, develops, implements, and evaluates emerging technology hardware and software for use in the campus classrooms.
Doug enjoys marrying creativity with technology, and spends time with photography, videography, graphic design and systems diagramming, and web design. As a strong believer in education, Doug derives satisfaction and enjoyment working in a higher education environment, and he brings his enthusiasm to his work.
Doug earned a B.S. in Computer Management Information Systems from SIUE in 2002, and an MBA with an emphasis in Information Systems from UMSL in 2012.