ORG Northwestern University Title BIO Dennis Glenn is currently Assistant Dean for Distributed Education in the School of Speech. His previous position was Visual and Curriculum Design Specialist in the Information Technology Department at Northwestern University and Manager of the Advanced Media Production Studio. In the spring of 1997, Dennis joined Northwestern University in the Learning Technologies Group to bring state of the art visual design to faculty projects. One early success was the creation of QuickTime Virtual Reality environments for the Oyez, Oyez, Oyez, US Supreme Court project pioneered by political scientist, Dr. Jerry Goldman. Mr. Glenn was promoted to Manager of a new department designed to create advanced applications for broadband delivery systems. His completed projects include: The Last Expression: Art from Auschwitz, a multimedia web site dedicated to art created at Auschwitz from 1940-1945; The Video Encyclopedia of the 20th Century, a digital library of historic film and video clips; Videospace, a video portal for the Iternet2 Project; and DVAction, a digital library for Chemistry instruction. His latest project, a Video Portal for The McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science advances interaction with on-line content to a new level. Mr. Glenn’s current research is building interactive courseware for Medical students over broadband networks.