Craig is a proven educational researcher with expertise in instructional design and technology.
Craig is an Associate Professor of Education at the International Christian University in Mitaka, Tokyo. He previously served as faculty and Program Coordinator at the University of Tennessee for the MS in Education Program in Instructional Technology, PhD Program in Learning, Design, and Technology, and the Graduate Certificate in Online Teaching and Learning. In 2020-2021, Craig was also selected to serve as a Faculty Fellow for Technology-Enhanced Teaching. Craig received his promotion to Associate Professor with tenure letter in July of 2021.
Craig is a founding editor of the International Journal of Designs for Learning and has lectured widely on new research methods in Instructional Design and Technology. He focuses on how we build design knowledge through instructional design cases and how learning analytics applied to discourse facilitates otherwise inaccessible understandings of mediated learning.
Craig has won numerous design awards and created a new learning configuration, Collaborative Video Annotation (CVA). In doing so, he has conducted research on how people learn and published these findings in over 40 national and international publications.