Jeff Bohrer’s career has focused on supporting the mission of educational institutions through academic technology administration, support, and training.
Jeff currently serves as a program manager for digital credentials initiatives at IMS Global Learning Consortium, a nonprofit member organization whose mission is to enable the adoption and impact of innovative learning technology. Jeff leads a variety of projects and programs related to digital badges, comprehensive learner records, and the interoperability of learning technologies. Jeff is also co-chair of the EDUCAUSE Microcredentials and Badges Constituent Group.
Prior to joining IMS, Jeff was an academic technology manager at the University of Wisconsin-Madison responsible for leading teams that support university-wide systems for learning management, media delivery, collaboration, content development, assessment, and analytics. Jeff also served on numerous committees at the campus, state, and national levels. Additionally, Jeff has held academic technology positions at Dartmouth College and in the Mahtomedi (MN) Public Schools.
Jeff holds a a master’s degree in technology for learning and development and a bachelor’s degree in secondary education, both from the University of South Dakota.