Academic Outreach
DIGITAL ARCHIVE -- Technology Advancement Center

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Technology Advancement Center (2003-present)

  • U.S. Army, Corps of Engineers HQ, Washington, DC
  • U.S. Army Learning Center, Huntsville, AL
  • U.S. Army, Baghdad, Iraq
  • U.S. Army, Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD
  • Pitt County e911 Communications Center, Greenville, NC
  • Johnston County e911 Communications Center, Smithfield, NC
  • East Carolina University, College of Business
  • East Carolina University, College of Technology and Computer Science
  • East Carolina University, College of Nursing
  • East Carolina University, College of Health and Human Performance
  • East Carolina University, Campus Police
  • East Carolina University, Division of Student Life
  • East Carolina University, Joyner Library
  • East Carolina University, Campus Living and Dining
  • East Carolina University, Department of Health Education and Promotion
  • East Carolina University, Division of  Continuing Studies
  • East Carolina University, Department of Business, Career, and Technical Education
  • East Carolina University, Parking and Traffic Office
  • East Carolina University, Information Technology Computing Services     
  • East Carolina University, Brody School of Medicine
  • East Carolina University, Brody School of Medicine, William E. Laupus Health Science Library
  • East Carolina University, Department of Construction Management
  • East Carolina University, Central Stores and Receiving Warehouse
  • East Carolina University, College of Education, Teaching Fellows Program 
  • East Carolina University, Volunteer and Service Learning Center
  • East Carolina University, Eastern Area Health Education Center
  • East Carolina University, Office of Academic Outreach 

Center for Wireless & Mobile Computing (2001-2003)

  • U. S. Army, Center for Health Promotion & Preventive Medicine, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD
  • Sprint PCS/Airgate Communications, Savannah, GA
  • (East Carolina University) Department of Health Education and Promotion, Environmental Health Program Area; College of Education/Teaching Fellows Program; Department of Business, Vocational, and Technology Education; Rural Education Institute; Small Business and Technology Development Center; Brody School of Medicine; Eastern Area Health Education Center; Volunteer and Service Learning Center

Online Wireless Learning Solutions --OWLS  (1999-2003)

This was a FIPSE/LAAP initiative funded by the U.S. Office of Education, Ericsson, and East Carolina University, J. Barry DuVall and David R. Hillis were Co-Directors.  A technology delivery system was developed for delivery of distance education courses anytime and anyplace.  The following universities, colleges, public schools, and professional organizations tested this system:

Colleges and Universities: 

  • Bowling Green State University (OH)
  • Central Connecticut State University (CT)
  • Central Missouri University (MO)
  • East Carolina University (NC)
  • Eastern Michigan University (MI)
  • Indiana State University (IN)
  • Morehead State University (KY)
  • North Carolina A&T (NC)
  • Northern Kentucky University (KY)
  • San Francisco State University  (CA) 
  • Texas Southern University (TX)
  • University of Louisiana (LA)
  • University of Maryland/Baltimore (MD) 
  • University of Wisconsin Stout (WI)
  • Wentworth Institute of Technology (MA) 


Community Colleges:


  • Catawba Valley Community College (NC)
  • College of the Redwoods (CA)
  • Craven Community College (NC)
  • Edgecombe Community College (NC)
  • Forsythe Technical Community College (NC)
  • Horry-Georgetown Technical College (SC) 
  • Johnston Community College (NC)
  • Nash Community College (NC)
  • Pitt Community College (NC)
  • Shasta College (CA)
  • Somerset Community College (KY)  
  • Wake Technical Community College (NC) 
  • Wayne Community College (NC) 
  • Wilson Technical Community College (NC)


High Schools:

  • Greene County High School (NC)
  • Havelock High School (NC)
  • Leesville Road High School (NC)
  • West Johnston High School (NC)
  • North Pitt High School (NC)


Professional Organizations:


  • Bringing Education and Academic Achievement to Migrants (Project BEAM) six locations in rural Southeastern Kentucky
  • Society of Manufacturing Engineers (North Carolina and Michigan)