Associate Dean for the School of Technology


  • ECT 130 Introduction to Electronics and Computer Technology
  • ECT 161 DC Fundamentals
  • ECT 162 AC Fundamentals
  • ECT 221 Circuit Analysis I
  • ECT 222 Electronic Devices and Instrument Design
  • ECT 321 Circuit Analysis II
  • ECT 343 Industrial Electronic Pulse Circuits
  • ECT 623 Analog Based System Design and Development


  • Doctor of Education (Ed.D.), Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. Major area of Instructional Systems Technology with minor area in Industrial Professional Technology. December 1992.
  • Master of Science (M.S.), Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana, 47809. Major in Industrial Professional Technology. August 1981.
  • Bachelor of Science (B.S., Cum Laude), Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana 47809. Major in Electronics Technology. May 1975.


  • Major areas of interest include design of analog systems, electronics and computer technology, computer based instruction, industrial automation, and electronic control systems in manufacturing.


  • English, R. E. and Reigeluth, C. M. "Formative Research and the Elaboration Theory of Instruction", a paper presented at the National Convention of Association of Educational Communication and Technology, 1995.
  • English, R. E. and Reigeluth, C. M. "Formative Research on Sequencing Instruction with the Elaboration Theory of Instruction", paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, 1994.
  • "Prescriptions for the Design of Macro Level Instruction on Multimedia Systems", A presentation for the Society of Applied Learning Technology National Conference, 1994.
  • English, R. E. and Foraker, W. Three Generations of Interactive Video: From LaserVision to Digital Video. Journal of Industrial Technology, 1994.
  • Total Quality Management and the NAIT Student Chapters. Journal of Industrial Technology, 1994.


  • Outstanding Professor of Industrial Technology Award of Region 1 by NAIT.
  • Faculty sponsor for the student chapter of the National Association of Industrial Technology. The student chapter has won the National IT/IQ competition twice.


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