Glenn Everett has an extensive background in the use of instructional technologies in support of academic programs, and in supporting the development of online, hybrid, and one-to-one learning delivery systems. At Stonehill College, he oversaw the online courses the college offered as part of the SACHEM collaborative. As Director of Instructional Technology at the University of Tennessee at Martin, he was a member of the committee which created Tennessee’s entirely online New College and had primary responsibility for helping faculty create their online courses. New College succeeded in marketing the online program to students who had not been able to take advantage of either the campus-based or “regular” distance education program, offering a mix of degree programs, noncredit courses, and certificate programs, and even a new degree program, Bachelor of University Studies.
Everett has served on accreditation teams at UT Martin, where the institution had to demonstrate to SACS, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, the viability of its new initiatives in online learning and instructional technology, and the extensive reorganization of its library. At Stonehill College he was deeply involved in its NEASC (New England Association of Schools and Colleges) reaccreditation, especially the environmental scan and with the committee writing the self-study. His contacts in the consulting community can be invaluable if consulting help is needed in the Fiscal Viability areas.