Dr. Martin A. Hoffman, Sr. has been fascinated by educational technology since the days of 35mm filmstrips and 16mm movie projectors and has pursued this love by working at museums, libraries, and schools. For the past two decades, he has been an administrator in postsecondary education. He is currently the Dean of Learning Resources for Rowan College at Burlington County in New Jersey where he directs the activities of the college library, supervises professional development and oversees the technical aspects of all online, hybrid and web-enhanced credit courses offered by the College. He is also a Senior Adjunct faculty member at the College and teaches online and classroom courses in Computer Science, Physics, and Health Information Technology. Martin is a past-Chair of the New Jersey Community College Distance Education Affinity Group, the former Executive Director of the Consortium for Distance Education a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation dedicated to the advancement of distance education and sits on the Board of Directors of the Instructional Technology Council. He serves as a peer reviewer for the Quality Matters program and the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Martin earned his doctorate in Educational Technology Leadership from New Jersey City University.
Blackboard Senior Certified Trainer
Certified Professional Web Designer Associate
Cisco Certified Academy Instructor for Web Design
Quality Matters™ Peer Reviewer
MSCHE Peer Reviewer
Not-for-Profit Organization Leadership