Matthew Russell (he/him) is an Education Consultant in the FIC and holds a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature. He works with faculty to support the use of technology in teaching and learning as well as help them design online and blended courses. In the FIC, he has developed the online instructional resource, "Architecting Online Courses" DDIG, as well as resources in the FIC Commons. At his previous institution, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Matthew was a blended and online course design consultant, lecturer in Comparative Literature, and founding co-director of the UWM Libraries Digital Humanities Lab, where he developed numerous digital humanities and archival projects. Matthew currently teaches in the Thomas Jefferson Center for the Study of Core Texts and Ideas at UT-Austin. He has presented at numerous conferences, delivered workshops, published research, and been awarded grants for the use of instructional technologies and strategies.