Kevin Thomas, Ph.D. (email) is a Professor of Instructional Technology at Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky. Prior to entering higher education, Dr. Thomas taught high school English for 15 years in Tennessee. His research areas of interest include pre- and in-service teachers' perceptions on mobile phones, the impact of professional development on in-service teachers’ application of TPACK, and the integration of instructional technologies to support student learning. Dr. Thomas has been published in Computers & Education, Journal of Research on Technology in Education, Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education, Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, and TechTrends. At Bellarmine, Dr. Thomas teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses related to the integration of instructional technology in the classroom to support student learning.
Dr. Thomas received his bachelor’s degree in Secondary English Education from Trinity College of Vermont in Burlington, VT; his master’s degree in Administration and Supervision from Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, TN; and his doctoral degree in Instructional Technology from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.