Quincy is an Assistant Professor in Organization Performance and Workplace Learning at Boise State University. He earned his Ph. D. in Educational Technology from Arizona State University. Quincy has worked as a dedicated instructional designer and project manager for over 15 years. His primary functions are to decide what combination of appropriate Instructional Design techniques to use to create instructional materials to fulfill organizational goals. His professional philosophy is to responsibly develop instructional materials consistent with sound educational principles. He honed his craft while working for organizations such as American Express, Bank of America, Banner Health, BMW, and Intel. Quincy earned his B.S. in Aerospace Science, and has completed his master’s in Instructional Design & Technology from the University of North Dakota.
Quincy’s most recent research pertains to the use of mobile devices as instructional and performance support tools for teaching complex concepts through embodied, situated learning activities that leverage new technologies such as augmented reality. Quincy’s other research interests are in areas such as; ubiquitous computing, social media learning tools, intelligent tutoring systems, and measurement of human-computer interactions using biometric indicators.