C21U edtech specialists have a broad scope of knowledge and experience working with educational technology of all kinds. We are here to serve as a resource for faculty and researchers at Georgia Tech, as well as a conduit for external edtech partnerships and collaborations.

If you would like an edtech consultation, or to submit news about successful edtech projects at Georgia Tech, please send all relevant information to Matt Lisle.

You can also submit a request to our edtech team via our Contact Form.

C21U EdTech Team

C21U EdTech team pictured left to right: Matt Lisle, Stuart Freeman, Chris Yang
Pictured left to right: Matt Lisle, Stuart Freeman, Chris Yang

Matt Lisle, Director of Digital Learning Technologies

Matt Lisle is the Director of Digital Learning Technologies at the Center for 21st Century Universities. He brings a combination of professional and academic experience in the fields of instructional design, web design and development, and content strategy to his work. His main professional focus is the creation and development of technology-enhanced learning experiences. Prior to coming to Georgia Tech, Matt served as Digital Course Design Coordinator at the University of Texas at Austin and as Creative Director at Enspire Learning. He holds a master’s degree in Instructional Technology from the University of Georgia.

Stuart Freeman, Applications Developer

Stuart joined Georgia Tech in 2007 as a developer in the newly formed Office of Education Technology, initially to develop the open source LMS ‘Sakai’. He has continued to customize and maintain the campus LMS while also working on innovative new products and systems. He obtained his B.S. in Computer Science from Valdosta State University, where he became an advocate for free and open-source software. Stuart is now the Applications Developer for C21U and manages development for the campus-wide Canvas LMS implementation as well as a new technology roadmap for Georgia Tech.

Chris Yang, Software Developer

Chris Yang is an app developer with experience in instruction and teaching assistance. He is passionate about creating software that enhances student and teacher interaction.