Chaohua Ou is the assistant director of learning and technology initiatives for the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL). She has 15 years of experience working in various aspects of learning technology in higher education. In her current role, Chaohua develops programs and initiatives to promote and support the effective use of technologies in teaching and learning, including Teaching with Technology Partnership, Spotlight, Workshops, and Summer Institute. She consults with faculty on pedagogical best practices for using technologies in face-to-face, blended, and online learning environments. She also collaborates with other campus units on initiatives that leverage emerging technologies to support teaching innovation. Chaohua earned her M.Ed. and Ed.D. in instructional technology from Texas Tech University. Her research interests include learning design, multimedia learning, online learning, and open educational resources. Her projects have been supported by Affordable Learning Georgia, Provost Funds for Excellence in Graduate Education at Georgia Tech, and Georgia Tech Fund for Innovation in Research and Education. Chaohua has recently served in the EDUCAUSE expert panel for Horizon Report, an annual publication on the trends, challenges, and developments of educational technology in higher education.