IMSEnet Development Team

Alec M. Bodzin, Executive Producer
Alec M. Bodzin received his Ph. D. in Science Education at North Carolina State University. He is a science educator with a biological sciences background and has an interest in the improvement of K-12 science education. His interests include incorporating telecommunications into science curriculum development and implementation with emphasis on the roles that visual instructional technologies can play in these areas. He is currently involved in the development of a variety of interactive multimedia projects, including CD-ROM and World Wide Web technologies.

Lisa L. Grable
Lisa Leonor Grable is an NSF Graduate Research Trainee in the Instructional Technology for Science Education program (InSTEP). During her teaching career, Lisa has taught middle school physical science, high school biology, chemistry, and physics, university introductory physics, and numerous in-service workshops for teachers. She is an active member of the American Association of Physics Teachers and currently serves on the Instructional Media Area Committee. Her research interests are technology enhanced learning, learning styles, multicultural diversity in science, and in-service science

Susan Curtis, Designer (not pictured)
Susan Curtis is graphic designer and graduate student at North Carolina State University's School of Design. She is currently p ursuing cognitive relationships to new technologies in the classroom and the role design plays in redefining teaching methodologies and the structure of K-12 eduation. Her areas of research include the changing role of literacy in new technology, learnin g styles, learning disabilities in the techno-euphoria and cultural implications for perceiving and processing information.

John C. Park
John C. Park is an Associate Professor of Science Education in the Department of Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education at North Carolina State University. He is the group leader of the SERVIT group, a research group whose interests focus on visual instructional technologies. Dr. Park is heavily involved in both graduate and undergraduate programs in science education at NCSU, and is running programs which promote professional development for inservice science teachers.