Serving to Educate Tomorrow's Children
The Georgia Association for Instructional Technology invites you to volunteer your time and energy to support tomorrow's children.
We encourage those interested in improving education through the use of media and technology to help us create a better future for the next generation.
We ask you to join our activities designed to expand and diversify information and communications technology and improve instruction through the systematic development, utilization and management of learning resources including people, products, and processes.
Be a GAIT Volunteer -- sign up here!
Logan Arrington is an Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology at the University of West Georgia's College of Education. He recently joined the Department of Educational Technology and Foundations (ETF) where he teaches instructional design courses. He received his graduate degree from Florida State University. As a GAIT volunteer, Logan currently helps the Board in designing and developing a new website for a stronger presence to our members.
Kim Huett is an Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology at the University of West Georgia's College of Education. She started with the Department of Educational Technology and Foundations (ETF) as an instructor in 2007. Now, she teaches courses in diffusion of innovation, assessment, web development, and computational thinking. She received her graduate degree from the University of West Georgia's School Improvement program. As a GAIT volunteer, Kim helped the IT Forum team in marketing the 2018 and 2019 events.