Mark McCallister

Director of Academic Technology, University of Florida
Mark McCallister is the Director of Academic Technology at the University of Florida, where he has served for 24 years in various roles. Mark is currently responsible for the teaching, learning, and user support services provided through UF Information Technology, and serving on the Vice President and CIO’s senior leadership team. Units falling under Mark’s direction include the Center for Instructional Technology and Training, which includes central instructional design, web and graphic design, multimedia development, and IT training and education teams, the UF Computing Help Desk and IT Service Management teams, and central workspace technology support team. Mark oversees the design and support of centrally managed eLearning environments and physical learning spaces at University of Florida campus, as well as video & collaboration services, public service computing in libraries and computer labs, assessment technology support, and software application & desktop virtualization services. 
Mark served as President of CCUMC: Leadership in Media & Academic Technology in 2010-2011, and in other roles on CCUMC's Board of Directors from 2008-2012. Mark has presented on learning space design and academic technology topics at CCUMC, EDUCAUSE, ACM SIGUCCS, EduComm, Next Generation Learning Spaces, the 2011 and 2014 SCHOMS conferences in the United Kingdom, and was an invited keynote speaker at the 2012 Learning Space Design Summit in Sydney, Australia. Mark holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Master of Education in Higher Education Administration.
University of Florida