Chris Sharp

Educational Technologist

Chris explores emerging technologies and how they can be applied to improve teaching and learning across many disciplines. Chris has a BS in Computational Physics and also holds a Master’s in Teaching from the University of Arkansas. He has worked as an Academic Counselor at the University of Arkansas, managed workstation testing processes at the HP, Inc. Hardware Testing Center in Colorado, and trained customers and developed web applications for a local technology startup in Gainesville. Chris loves to play board games, follow along with Bob Ross’s The Joy of Painting, and generally tinker.

As part of the Learning Innovation & Technology team, Chris has been leading discussions about AI’s impacts on teaching and learning at UF. He is a member of the QEP task force on integrating AI across the curriculum, has offered his viewpoints about AI in panels, and has presented in many formats to faculty and staff about the effects and opportunities created by AI in education.