“When I was 12, I discovered the resourcefulness of the Internet—even in the age of dial-up. I stayed up all night learning how to use HTML to make a (very tacky) website.”
Daniel A. Parker is a quantitative researcher with the Learning Sciences Research team. He holds an Ed.D. in Adult & Lifelong Learning from the University of Arkansas; an M.Sc. in information science from City, University of London; and a B.A. in history from Arkansas State University. Before joining Digital Promise, his research focused on learning strategies for adult learners. Additionally, he brings many years of experience working in institutional research, assessment, and distance education at two- and four-year colleges and as an adjunct instructor in computer programming and web development.