Robert S. Kenyon, Ed.D
Visiting Affiliate Professor
Timonium Graduate Center, Room 26m
Ed.D., Nova Southeastern University, Instructional Technology and Distance Education
M.Ed., Florida Atlantic University, Educational Technology
B.A., S.U.N.Y. Potsdam, Mathematics
Robert Kenyon joins the Education Specialties Department as a visiting assistant professor of Educational Technology. He received his doctoral degree in Educational Technology from Nova Southeastern University, where his dissertation focused on improving collaboration amongst students. Prior to joining the faculty at Loyola, Dr. Kenyon has served in various roles with educational technology in Independent Schools. Over the last three decades he has assisted teachers become more effective through the use of educational technology. He served as been the Director of Technology at multiple K-12 schools where he was responsible for both the networking and hardware infrastructure as well as ensuring the classroom teacher had the training and resources needed.
Transitioning traditional face to face programs to distance learning programs. Technology integration, the use of advanced technologies to promote learning, balancing technology, content, and pedagogy in the classroom, digital citizenship
Kenyon, R. S. (2005). Identification of Training Elements Leading
to Student Collaboration in the Workplace (Doctoral dissertation).
Kenyon, R.S. (November, 1998). Network Support: A Time to Outsource, T.H.E. Journal
Professional Activities/Social Memberships
Member, International Society for Technology in Education
Certified Novell Engineer