Barth, Dylan

Senior Teaching, Learning, and Technology Consultant
Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

Dylan Barth co-coordinates the Online and Blended Teaching Program and UWM’s Certificate for Online and Blended Teaching. In CETL, He also serves as the Online Programs Coordinator through the Office of the Provost, where he provides assistance with the overall administration and implementation of online education courses, degrees, and programs. In CETL, Dylan facilitates the Common Reading Experience (CRE) workshops, co-leads the First-Year Seminar retreat, serves as the UWM liaison for the UW System learning analytics project, co-manages multiple grant projects, and assists with the planning of both the UWM Symposium for Teaching and Learning and the CETL credentialing initiative.

Dylan graduated from the EDUCAUSE Institute Learning Technology Leadership Program in 2013 and is a recipient of the Desire2Excel Impact Award for his involvement in the U-Pace project at UWM. His areas of focus and interest include online and blended pedagogy, asynchronous discussions, active learning classroom strategies, gamification, and learning analytics. Dylan is also a backup to the UWM D2L Site Administrator and provides technology support to instructors.

Finally, Dylan teaches a First-Year Seminar on Masculinities in Post-Apocalyptic Fiction in Women's and Gender Studies and was selected to be an 2015-16 OPID Wisconsin Teaching Fellow.